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CurrencyExponent Property

Minor units of currency.

Syntax

char* GetCurrencyExponent();
int SetCurrencyExponent(const char* lpszCurrencyExponent);
LPWSTR GetCurrencyExponent();
INT SetCurrencyExponent(LPCWSTR lpszCurrencyExponent);
@property (nonatomic,readwrite,assign,getter=currencyExponent,setter=setCurrencyExponent:) NSString* currencyExponent;
- (NSString*)currencyExponent;
- (void)setCurrencyExponent:(NSString*)newCurrencyExponent;
public var currencyExponent: String {
  get {...}
set {...} }

Default Value

"2"

Remarks

This field indicates the minor units, or number of decimal places, of the currency specified in the CurrencyCode property. For instance, the Japanese Yen has a value of "0", the US Dollar a value of "2", and the Kuwati Dinar a value of "3".

Data Type

String

 
 
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