Float

scala.Float$
See theFloat companion class
object Float

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Companion:
class
Source:
Float.scala
Graph
Supertypes
class Object
trait Matchable
class Any
Self type
Float.type

Members list

Concise view

Value members

Concrete methods

def box(x: Float): Float

Transform a value type into a boxed reference type.

Transform a value type into a boxed reference type.

Runtime implementation determined by scala.runtime.BoxesRunTime.boxToFloat. See src/library/scala/runtime/BoxesRunTime.java.

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x

the Float to be boxed

Returns:

a java.lang.Float offering x as its underlying value.

Source:
Float.scala
override def toString: String

The String representation of the scala.Float companion object.

The String representation of the scala.Float companion object.

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Definition Classes
Source:
Float.scala
def unbox(x: Object): Float

Transform a boxed type into a value type.

Transform a boxed type into a value type. Note that this method is not typesafe: it accepts any Object, but will throw an exception if the argument is not a java.lang.Float.

Runtime implementation determined by scala.runtime.BoxesRunTime.unboxToFloat. See src/library/scala/runtime/BoxesRunTime.java.

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x

the java.lang.Float to be unboxed.

Returns:

the Float resulting from calling floatValue() on x

Throws:

ClassCastException if the argument is not a java.lang.Float

Source:
Float.scala

Concrete fields

final val MaxValue: 3.4028235E38f

The largest finite positive number representable as a Float.

The largest finite positive number representable as a Float.

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Source:
Float.scala
final val MinPositiveValue: 1.4E-45f

The smallest positive value greater than 0.0f which is representable as a Float.

The smallest positive value greater than 0.0f which is representable as a Float.

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Source:
Float.scala
final val MinValue: -3.4028235E38f

The negative number with the greatest (finite) absolute value which is representable by a Float.

The negative number with the greatest (finite) absolute value which is representable by a Float. Note that it differs from java.lang.Float.MIN_VALUE, which is the smallest positive value representable by a Float. In Scala that number is called Float.MinPositiveValue.

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Source:
Float.scala
final val NaN: NaNf

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Source:
Float.scala
final val NegativeInfinity: -Infinityf

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Source:
Float.scala
final val PositiveInfinity: Infinityf

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Source:
Float.scala

Implicits

Implicits

implicit def float2double(x: Float): Double

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Source:
Float.scala