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Converting a Double to an Int

 
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I know I'll loose some accuracy ,however can someone give me an example of the syntax. Thanks
 
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I'm not really sure whether you're talking about objects (Double and Integer) or primitive datatypes (double and int). But here's a short program which illustrates both.

The important things here are - to cast to an int, you need to put (int) before the double you want to cast to an int. And to get the int value of a Double object, you can use the intValue() method of the Double object.
Hope this helps,
Kathy
 
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Use the wrapper classes. Converting primatives is much easier if you move them into the wrapper classes. Here's an example of how to do so
Double MyDoubleObject = new Double(1.002);
Integer MyIntegerObject = new Integer((MyDoubleObject.intValue()));
System.out.println(MyIntegerObject.toString());
 
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Thanks guys. However, Kathy your solution is more along the lines of what I was looking for.
 
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