BigDecimal doubleValue() Method in Java
The java.math.BigDecimal.doubleValue() is an in-built function which converts the BigDecimal object to a double. This function converts the BigDecimal to Double.NEGATIVE_INFINITY or Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY as appropriate or according to the passed object, if its magnitude is too big to be represented as a double.
Note: The information about the decimal precision of the Double value of the given BigDecimal value can be lost even if the return value is finite.
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public double doubleValue()
Parameters: The method does not accept any parameters.
Return Value: This method returns the double value of this BigDecimal Object.
Input : 11234 Output : 11234.0 Input : 2679.30000 Output : 2679.3
Below programs illustrates the use of byteValueExact() Function:
Double value of 4743 is 4743.0
Double value of 6714592679.34008 is 6.71459267934008E9