Returns the remainder of the division of this value by x
.
Returns the remainder of the division of this value by x
.
Returns the remainder of the division of this value by x
.
Returns the remainder of the division of this value by x
.
Returns the remainder of the division of this value by x
.
Returns the remainder of the division of this value by x
.
Returns the remainder of the division of this value by x
.
Returns the product of this value and x
.
Returns the product of this value and x
.
Returns the product of this value and x
.
Returns the product of this value and x
.
Returns the product of this value and x
.
Returns the product of this value and x
.
Returns the product of this value and x
.
Returns the sum of this value and x
.
Returns the sum of this value and x
.
Returns the sum of this value and x
.
Returns the sum of this value and x
.
Returns the sum of this value and x
.
Returns the sum of this value and x
.
Returns the sum of this value and x
.
Converts this PosDouble
's value to a string then concatenates the given string.
Converts this PosDouble
's value to a string then concatenates the given string.
Returns the difference of this value and x
.
Returns the difference of this value and x
.
Returns the difference of this value and x
.
Returns the difference of this value and x
.
Returns the difference of this value and x
.
Returns the difference of this value and x
.
Returns the difference of this value and x
.
Returns the quotient of this value and x
.
Returns the quotient of this value and x
.
Returns the quotient of this value and x
.
Returns the quotient of this value and x
.
Returns the quotient of this value and x
.
Returns the quotient of this value and x
.
Returns the quotient of this value and x
.
Returns true
if this value is less than x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is less than x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is less than x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is less than x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is less than x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is less than x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is less than x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is less than or equal to x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is less than or equal to x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is less than or equal to x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is less than or equal to x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is less than or equal to x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is less than or equal to x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is less than or equal to x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is greater than x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is greater than x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is greater than x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is greater than x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is greater than x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is greater than x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is greater than x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is greater than or equal to x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is greater than or equal to x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is greater than or equal to x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is greater than or equal to x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is greater than or equal to x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is greater than or equal to x, false
otherwise.
Returns true
if this value is greater than or equal to x, false
otherwise.
Returns this
if this > that
or that
otherwise.
Returns this
if this > that
or that
otherwise.
Returns this
if this < that
or that
otherwise.
Returns this
if this < that
or that
otherwise.
Create an inclusive Range
from this PosDouble
value
to the specified end
with the specified step
value.
Create an inclusive Range
from this PosDouble
value
to the specified end
with the specified step
value.
The final bound of the range to make.
The number to increase by for each step of the range.
A scala.collection.immutable.NumericRange.Inclusive[Double] from this
up to
and including end
.
Create an inclusive Range
from this PosDouble
value
to the specified end
with step value 1.
Create an inclusive Range
from this PosDouble
value
to the specified end
with step value 1.
The final bound of the range to make.
A NumericRange[Double]] from this
up to
and including end
.
Converts this PosDouble
to a Byte
.
Converts this PosDouble
to a Byte
.
Converts this PosDouble
to a Char
.
Converts this PosDouble
to a Char
.
Converts an angle measured in radians to an approximately equivalent angle measured in degrees.
Converts an angle measured in radians to an approximately equivalent angle measured in degrees.
the measurement of the angle x in degrees.
Converts this PosDouble
to a Double
.
Converts this PosDouble
to a Double
.
Converts this PosDouble
to a Float
.
Converts this PosDouble
to a Float
.
Converts this PosDouble
to an Int
.
Converts this PosDouble
to an Int
.
Converts this PosDouble
to a Long
.
Converts this PosDouble
to a Long
.
Converts an angle measured in degrees to an approximately equivalent angle measured in radians.
Converts an angle measured in degrees to an approximately equivalent angle measured in radians.
the measurement of the angle x in radians.
Converts this PosDouble
to a Short
.
Converts this PosDouble
to a Short
.
A string representation of this PosDouble
.
A string representation of this PosDouble
.
Returns this value, unmodified.
Returns the negation of this value.
Create a Range
from this PosDouble
value
until the specified end
(exclusive) with the specified step
value.
Create a Range
from this PosDouble
value
until the specified end
(exclusive) with the specified step
value.
The final bound of the range to make.
The number to increase by for each step of the range.
A scala.collection.immutable.NumericRange.Exclusive[Double] from this
up to but
not including end
.
Create a Range
from this PosDouble
value
until the specified end
(exclusive) with step value 1.
Create a Range
from this PosDouble
value
until the specified end
(exclusive) with step value 1.
The final bound of the range to make.
A NumericRange[Double]] from this
up to but
not including end
.
The Double
value underlying this PosDouble
.
The Double
value underlying this PosDouble
.
An
AnyVal
for positiveDouble
s.Note: a
PosDouble
may not equal 0. If you want positive number or 0, use PosZDouble.Because
PosDouble
is anAnyVal
it will usually be as efficient as anDouble
, being boxed only when aDouble
would have been boxed.The
PosDouble.apply
factory method is implemented in terms of a macro that checks literals for validity at compile time. CallingPosDouble.apply
with a literalDouble
value will either produce a validPosDouble
instance at run time or an error at compile time. Here's an example:PosDouble.apply
cannot be used if the value being passed is a variable (i.e., not a literal), because the macro cannot determine the validity of variables at compile time (just literals). If you try to pass a variable toPosDouble.apply
, you'll get a compiler error that suggests you use a different factor method,PosDouble.from
, instead:The
PosDouble.from
factory method will inspect the value at runtime and return anOption[PosDouble]
. If the value is valid,PosDouble.from
will return aSome[PosDouble]
, else it will return aNone
. Here's an example:The
PosDouble.apply
factory method is marked implicit, so that you can pass literalDouble
s into methods that requirePosDouble
, and get the same compile-time checking you get when callingPosDouble.apply
explicitly. Here's an example:This example also demonstrates that the
PosDouble
companion object also defines implicit widening conversions when a similar conversion is provided in Scala. This makes it convenient to use aPosDouble
where aDouble
is needed. An example is the subtraction in the body of theinvert
method defined above,Double.MaxValue - pos
. AlthoughDouble.MaxValue
is aDouble
, which has no-
method that takes aPosDouble
(the type ofpos
), you can still subtractpos
, because thePosDouble
will be implicitly widened toDouble
.