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Could you pls show me the main different between Double and double? Thank so much.
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There is no difference.  "double" is a keyword provided for convenience.  When the application is compiled, it will be converted to System.Double.
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I'd say, in C# 'double' just represents .Net framework type System.Double. It's not converted, it's the same thing.
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