MathF.Floor() Method in C# with Examples

In C#, MathF.Floor(Single) is a MathF class method. This method is used to find the largest integer , which is less than or equal to the specified float value in the argument list.

Syntax: public static float Floor (float x);
Here, x is the float(Single) value whose floor value has to be calculated.

Return Type: This method return the largest integral value which will be less than or equal to x.



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// C# program to illustrate the
// MathF.Floor(Single) Method
using System;
  
class GFG {
  
    // Main method
    static void Main()
    {
  
        // taking float values
        float x1 = 37.00f;
        float x2 = 99.99f;
        float x3 = 0.2154f; 
        float x4 = 123.123f; 
        float x5 = -2.2f; 
        float x6 = -123.123f; 
          
        // calling the method
        result(x1);
        result(x2);
        result(x3);
        result(x4);
        result(x5);
        result(x6);
    }
      
     public static void result(float t1)
     {
        // Print the original values
        // and Floor values
        Console.WriteLine("Input Value = " + t1);
          
        // using the MathF.Floor() Method
        Console.WriteLine("Floor value = " + MathF.Floor(t1));
     }
}

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Output:

Input Value = 37
Floor value = 37
Input Value = 99.99
Floor value = 99
Input Value = 0.2154
Floor value = 0
Input Value = 123.123
Floor value = 123
Input Value = -2.2
Floor value = -3
Input Value = -123.123
Floor value = -124


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