Programming Language: Java

Class/Type: T

Method/Function: getRealDouble

Examples at hotexamples.com: 21

The method getRealDouble() is used to retrieve the double value of a complex number object in Java. This method is typically used in library packages for scientific computing and engineering applications that involve complex numbers.

An example of using the getRealDouble() method is shown below:

An example of using the getRealDouble() method is shown below:

Complex c = new Complex(2.5, 4.8); double real = c.getRealDouble();In this example, a new complex number is created with a real value of 2.5 and imaginary value of 4.8. The getRealDouble() method is then called on the complex number object, returning the real value (2.5) as a double. The getRealDouble() method is typically included in library packages for complex arithmetic operations, such as Apache Commons Math or JScience.

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