# Single.MinValue 필드

## 정의

Single의 가능한 최소값을 나타냅니다.Represents the smallest possible value of Single. 이 필드는 상수입니다.This field is constant.

``public: float MinValue = -3.402823E+38;``
``public const float MinValue = -3.402823E+38;``
``val mutable MinValue : single``
``Public Const MinValue As Single  = -3.402823E+38``

## 예제

다음 코드 예제에서는 MinValue 상수를 보여 줍니다.The following code example demonstrates the MinValue constant.

``````if ( s < Single::MinValue )
{
Console::WriteLine( "Your number is smaller than a Single." );
}
``````
``````if (s < Single.MinValue)
{
Console.WriteLine("Your number is smaller than a Single.");
}
``````
``````If S < Single.MinValue Then
Console.WriteLine("Your number is smaller than a Single.")
End If
``````

## 설명

이 상수의 값이 음수 3.402823e38 합니다.The value of this constant is negative 3.402823e38.

Single.MinValue 보다 작은 작업의 결과가 Single.NegativeInfinity되었습니다.The result of an operation that is less than Single.MinValue is Single.NegativeInfinity. 다음 예에서는 결과가 Single.MinValue보다 작은 경우 빼기 및 곱하기 연산의 결과를 Single.NegativeInfinity 합니다.In the following example, Single.NegativeInfinity results from subtraction and multiplication operations when the result is less than Single.MinValue.

``````using System;

public class Example
{
public static void Main()
{
float result1 = -8.997e37f + -2.985e38f;
Console.WriteLine("{0} (Negative Infinity: {1})",
result1, Single.IsNegativeInfinity(result1));

float result2 = -1.5935e25f * 7.948e32f;
Console.WriteLine("{0} (Negative Infinity: {1})",
result2, Single.IsNegativeInfinity(result2));
}
}
// The example displays the following output:
//    -Infinity (Negative Infinity: True)
//    -Infinity (Negative Infinity: True)
``````
``````Module Example
Public Sub Main()
Dim result1 As Single = -8.997e37 + -2.985e38
Console.WriteLine("{0} (Negative Infinity: {1})",
result1, Single.IsNegativeInfinity(result1))

Dim result2 As Single = -1.5935e250 * 7.948e110
Console.WriteLine("{0} (Negative Infinity: {1})",
result2, Single.IsNegativeInfinity(result2))
End Sub
End Module
' The example displays the following output:
'    -Infinity (Negative Infinity: True)
'    -Infinity (Negative Infinity: True)
``````