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How to convert a bigint to a number?
The unary plus operator +value is a well-known way to convert value to a number. So we should use Number () to convert a bigint to a number. Comparisons, such as <, > work with bigints and numbers just fine: Please note though, as numbers and bigints belong to different types, they can be equal ==, but not strictly equal ===:
A bigint is created by appending n to the end of an integer literal or by calling the function BigInt that creates bigints from strings, numbers etc. BigInt can mostly be used like a regular number, for example: Please note: the division 5/2 returns the result rounded towards zero, without the decimal part.
You can find the current state of support at https://caniuse.com/#feat=bigint . BigInt is a special numeric type that provides support for integers of arbitrary length. A bigint is created by appending n to the end of an integer literal or by calling the function BigInt that creates bigints from strings, numbers etc.
Can a bigint field be converted to a JSON string?
How do you create a bigint in Java?
A BigInt is created by appending n to the end of an integer literal — 10n — or by calling the function BigInt ().