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1.Append Single data type values to a StringBuilder object.
2.Generic and nongeneric versions of the CompareTo method for Single value
3.Use the Sign(Single) method to determine the sign of a Single value and display it to the console.
4.Single value parse: NumberStyles.AllowParentheses
5.Single.Epsilon Field represents the smallest positive Single value that is greater than zero
6.Single.Equals returns a value indicating whether this instance is equal to a specified object.
7.Single.Parse Method converts string to single-precision floating-point number
8.Single.Parse converts string in a style to its single-precision floating-point number
9.Single.Parse Method converts string in a style and culture-specific format to single-precision floating-point number
10.Single.ToString converts value to string using the specified culture-specific format information.
11.Single.ToString converts single value to string representation using the specified format.
12.Single.ToString converts this instance to string using the specified format and culture-specific format information.
13.Single value format: C
14.Single value format: E04
15.Single value format: F
16.Single value format: N
17.Single value format: P
18.Convert value read from console to Single value
19.Single.TryParse converts string in a style and culture-specific format to single-precision floating-point number
20.Single.TryParse Method converts string to single-precision floating-point number
21.Display negative value using the invariant culture
22.Display negative value using the en-GB culture.
23.Display negative value using the de-DE culture.
24.Display positive value using the invariant culture.
25.Display positive value using the en-GB culture.
26.Display positive value using the de-DE culture.
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