Displaying Numeric Values

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It's very common to want to display numeric values in different ways depending on the type of data. If you have a floating-point number in a scientific application, you may want to display your number like 6.022E23. If you are working in a financial application, you may want your number to appear like $1,234.56. Or perhaps you want to display dates in a certain way. In this course, you'll learn how to store and display numeric values. You'll explore string formatting and variables. Next, you'll examine PascalCase vs. camelCase and how to use the snippets feature. You'll also learn about formatting and aligning numeric output. Finally, you'll learn about input and parsing, accepting user input, and working with dates. This course was originally created by Global Knowledge (GK).

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Recognize various c# data types and how they can be formatted
    Recognize how to declare variables and assign values in c#
    Recognize various methods for formatting numeric output
    Recognize how to align numeric output
  • Recognize additional methods for formatting numeric output
    Describe parsing and available parsing methods
    Recognize how to prompt for and accept user input with the console class
    Recognize how to work with datetime and timespan objects

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