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By Daniel Solis

ISBN-10: 1430242787

ISBN-13: 9781430242789

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When you define a variable of a value type, however, its memory is allocated whether or not its contents have any valid meaning. What you would like in this situation is to have a Boolean indicator associated with the variable so that, when the value is valid, the indicator is true, and when the value is not valid, the indicator is false. Nullable types allow you to create a value type variable that can be marked as valid or invalid so that you can make sure a variable is valid before using it.

You can do these things by using format strings. For example, the following code consists of two statements that print out the value 500. The first line prints out the number without any additional formatting. In the second line, the format string specifies that the number should be formatted as currency. ", 500); ↑ Format as currency // Print out number // Format as currency This code produces the following output: The value: 500. 00. The difference between the two statements is that the formatted item includes additional information in the format specifier.

The format items are between two vertical bars, just so that in the output you can see the limits of the string on each side. WriteLine("|{0,-10}|", myInt); // Aligned right // Aligned left This code produces the following output; there are ten characters between the vertical bars: | |500 500| | The actual representation of the value might take more or fewer characters than specified in the alignment specifier: • If the representation takes fewer characters than specified in the alignment specifier, the remaining characters are padded with spaces.

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