This method is used to round the decimal to the closest integer toward negative infinity.
Syntax: public static decimal Floor (decimal d);
d: This parameter specifies the decimal which will be rounded off.
Return Value: If d has a fractional part, the next whole Decimal number toward negative infinity that is less than d or d doesn’t have a fractional part, d is returned unchanged. Note that the method returns an integral value of type Decimal.
Below programs illustrate the use of Decimal.Floor(Decimal) Method:
Floor Value is : 4
Floor Value is : -6
Floor Value is : 2
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