DecimalFormatter.IsZeroSigned DecimalFormatter.IsZeroSigned DecimalFormatter.IsZeroSigned DecimalFormatter.IsZeroSigned DecimalFormatter.IsZeroSigned Property

Definition

Gets or sets whether -0 is formatted as "-0" or "0".

public : Platform::Boolean IsZeroSigned { get; set; }
bool IsZeroSigned();

void IsZeroSigned(bool iszerosigned);
public bool IsZeroSigned { get; set; }
Public ReadWrite Property IsZeroSigned As bool
var bool = decimalFormatter.isZeroSigned;
decimalFormatter.isZeroSigned = bool;

Property Value

bool bool bool

True if -0 is formatted as "-0", and false if -0 is formatted as "0".

Remarks

You can set this property to specify that DecimalFormatter display negative 0 as "-0". This enables the scenario where you wish to display "-0" when it represents the rounded value of some small negative value (such as -0.00001).

This property defaults to false to be consistent with Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012, in which -0 was always formatted as "0".