SqlInt64 Operators and Type Conversions

The SqlInt64 type exposes the following members.

  Name Description
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework Addition Computes the sum of the two SqlInt64 parameters.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework BitwiseAnd Computes the bitwise AND of its SqlInt64 operands.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework BitwiseOr Computes the bitwise OR of its two SqlInt64 operands.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework Division Divides the first SqlInt64 parameter by the second.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework Equality Performs a logical comparison of the two SqlInt64 parameters to determine whether they are equal.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework ExclusiveOr Performs a bitwise exclusive-OR operation on the supplied parameters.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework Explicit(SqlBoolean to SqlInt64) Converts the supplied SqlBoolean parameter to SqlInt64.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework Explicit(SqlDecimal to SqlInt64) Converts the supplied SqlDecimal parameter to SqlInt64.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework Explicit(SqlDouble to SqlInt64) Converts the supplied SqlDouble structure to SqlInt64.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework Explicit(SqlInt64 to Int64) Converts the SqlInt64 parameter to long.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework Explicit(SqlMoney to SqlInt64) Converts the supplied SqlMoney parameter to SqlInt64.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework Explicit(SqlSingle to SqlInt64) Converts the supplied SqlSingle parameter to SqlInt64.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework Explicit(SqlString to SqlInt64) Converts the supplied SqlString parameter to SqlInt64.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework GreaterThan Performs a logical comparison of the two SqlInt64 parameters to determine whether the first is greater than the second.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework GreaterThanOrEqual Performs a logical comparison of the two SqlInt64 parameters to determine whether the first is greater than or equal to the second.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework Implicit(Int64 to SqlInt64) Converts the long parameter to SqlInt64.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework Implicit(SqlByte to SqlInt64) Converts the supplied SqlByte parameter to SqlInt64.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework Implicit(SqlInt16 to SqlInt64) Converts the supplied SqlInt16 parameter to SqlInt64.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework Implicit(SqlInt32 to SqlInt64) Converts the supplied SqlInt32 parameter to SqlInt64.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework Inequality Performs a logical comparison on the two SqlInt64 parameters to determine whether they are not equal.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework LessThan Performs a logical comparison on the two SqlInt64 parameters to determine whether the first is less than the second.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework LessThanOrEqual Performs a logical comparison on the two SqlInt64 parameters to determine whether the first is less than or equal to the second.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework Modulus Computes the remainder after dividing the first SqlInt64 parameter by the second.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework Multiply Computes the product of the two SqlInt64 parameters.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework OnesComplement Performs a bitwise one's complement operation on its SqlInt64 operand.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework Subtraction Subtracts the second SqlInt64 parameter from the first.
Public operator Static member Supported by the XNA Framework UnaryNegation The unary minus operator negates the Value of the SqlInt64 operand.
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