Karsten Karsten - 5 months ago 28
C# Question

C# get digits from float variable

I have a float variable and would like to get only the part after the comma, so if I have 3.14. I would like to get 14 as an integer. How can I do that?


The cheating way to do it is:

    private Int32 FractionalPart(double n)
        string s = n.ToString("#.#########", System.Globalization.CultureInfo.InvariantCulture);
        return Int32.Parse(s.Substring(s.IndexOf(".") + 1));

edit2: OK OK OK OK. Here is the most paranoid never fail version I can come up with. This will return the first 9 digits (or less, if there aren't that many) of the decimal portion of the floating point number. This is guaranteed to not overflow an Int32. We use the invariant culture so we know that we can use a period as the decimal separator.