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# C# - Intro to Numbers SailorFini  Apr 8th, 2020 (edited) 133 Never
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1. int a = 18;
2. int b = 6;
3. int c = 23;
4. int d = a * (b + c) - 43 + 73 * b;
5. Console.WriteLine(d);
6. int e = (a + b) / c;
7. int f = (a + b) % c;
8. Console.WriteLine(\$"quotient: {e}");
9. Console.WriteLine(\$"remainder: {f}");
10. int max = int.MaxValue;
11. int min = int.MinValue;
12. Console.WriteLine(\$"The range of integers is {min} to {max}");
13. int what = max + 3;
14. Console.WriteLine(\$"An example of overflow: {what}");
15. //
16. double g = 35;
17. double h = 574;
18. double i = 73;
19. double j = (g + h) / i + 36 / 52 * h - 25 + g;
20. Console.WriteLine(j);
21. double maxx = double.MaxValue;
22. double minn = double.MinValue;
23. Console.WriteLine(\$"The range of double is {minn} to {maxx}");
24. double third = 1.0 / 3.0;
25. Console.WriteLine(third);
26. //
27. decimal miin = decimal.MinValue;
28. decimal maax = decimal.MaxValue;
29. Console.WriteLine(\$"The range of the decimal type is {miin} to {maax}");
30. double l = 1.0;
31. double m = 3.0;
32. Console.WriteLine(l / m);
33. //
34. decimal n = 1.0M;
35. decimal o = 3.0M;
36. Console.WriteLine(n / o);
37. //
38. decimal PI = 3.1415926535897931M;
39. decimal k = 2.5M;
40. Console.WriteLine(k * k * PI);
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