The decimal keyword indicates a 128-bit data type. Compared to floating-point types, the decimal type has more precision and a smaller range, which makes it appropriate for financial and monetary calculations.Syntax:
decimal myMoney = 300.5m;Example:
public class TestDecimal
static void Main()
decimal d = 9.1m;
int y = 3;
Console.WriteLine(d + y); // Result converted to decimal
// Output: 12.1
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