# C# convert decimal to int.

posted Jul 31

Decimal.ToInt32() method is used to convert the specified decimal values into 32 bit signed integer value. The users can also convert a Decimal to 32 bits integer by using the Explicit assignment operator.

# Syntax:

``public static int ToInt32(decimal value); // here the value of the decimal number is required to convert.``

## Return Value:

It will return 32 bit signed integer into a specified value.

## Exception:

This will give OverflowException if the specified value is less than the main value or greater than the max value.

## Example Code:

``````// C# program to demonstrate the

// Decimal.ToInt32(Decimal) Method

using System;

class GFG {

// Main Method

public static void Main()

{

try {
// Taking decimal variables

Decimal dec1 = 2147483647M;

Decimal dec2 = 21458565.2996m;

// using Decimal.ToInt32(Decimal) Method

// Here int means Int32

int val1 = Decimal.ToInt32(dec1);

// using Decimal.ToInt32(Decimal) Method

// Here int means Int32

int val2 = Decimal.ToInt32(dec2);

// Printing the Int32 value

Console.WriteLine("The Int32 value " + "is : {0}", val1);

// Printing the Int32 value

Console.WriteLine("The Int32 value " + "is : {0}", val2);

}

catch (OverflowException e)

{

Console.Write("Exception Thrown: ");

Console.Write("{0}", e.GetType(), e.Message);

}

}

}``````

## Output:

``````The Int32 value is: 2147483647

The Int32 value is: 21458565``````

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