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Meaning Compares the numerical value of the invoking object with that of v. Returns zero if the values are equal. Returns a negative value if the invoking object has a lower value. Returns a positive value if the invoking object has a greater value. Compares the numerical value of the invoking object with that of v. Returns zero if the values are equal. Returns a negative value if the invoking object has a lower value. Returns a positive value if the invoking object has a greater value. Returns true if the value of the invoking object equals the value of v. Returns true if the value of the invoking object equals the value of v. Returns the hash code for the invoking object. Returns the TypeCode enumeration value for Double, which is TypeCode.Double. Returns true if v represents infinity (either positive or negative). Otherwise, returns false. Returns true if v is not a number. Otherwise, returns false. Returns true if v represents positive infinity. Otherwise, returns false. Returns true if v represents negative infinity. Otherwise, returns false. Returns the binary equivalent of the numeric string in str. If the string does not represent a double value, an exception is thrown.
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