Return type  Name and parameters 

int

abs()
Get the absolute value 
Number

and(Number right)
Bitwise AND together two Numbers. 
boolean

asBoolean()
Coerce a number to a boolean value. 
Object

asType(Class c)
Transform this number to a the given type, using the 'as' operator. 
Number

bitwiseNegate()
Bitwise NEGATE a Number. 
int

compareTo(Character right)
Compare a Number and a Character. 
int

compareTo(Number right)
Compare two Numbers. 
Number

div(Character right)
Divide a Number by a Character. 
Number

div(Number right)
Divide two Numbers. 
void

downto(Number to, Closure closure)
Iterates from this number down to the given number, inclusive, decrementing by one each time. 
Number

intdiv(Character right)
Integer Divide a Number by a Character. 
Number

intdiv(Number right)
Integer Divide two Numbers. 
boolean

isCase(Number switchValue)
Special 'case' implementation for all numbers, which delegates to the compareTo() method for comparing numbers of different
types.

Number

leftShift(Number operand)
Implementation of the left shift operator for integral types. 
Number

minus(Character right)
Subtract a Character from a Number. 
Number

minus(Number right)
Subtraction of two Numbers. 
Number

mod(Number right)
Performs a division modulus operation. 
Number

multiply(Character right)
Multiply a Number by a Character. 
Number

multiply(Number right)
Multiply two Numbers. 
Number

next()
Increment a Number by one. 
Number

or(Number right)
Bitwise OR together two numbers. 
Number

plus(Character right)
Add a Number and a Character. 
Number

plus(Number right)
Add two numbers and return the result. 
String

plus(String right)
Appends a String to the string representation of this number. 
Number

power(Number exponent)
Power of a Number to a certain exponent. 
Number

previous()
Decrement a Number by one. 
Number

rightShift(Number operand)
Implementation of the right shift operator for integral types. 
Number

rightShiftUnsigned(Number operand)
Implementation of the right shift (unsigned) operator for integral types. 
void

step(Number to, Number stepNumber, Closure closure)
Iterates from this number up to the given number using a step increment. 
void

times(Closure closure)
Executes the closure this many times, starting from zero. 
BigDecimal

toBigDecimal()
Transform a Number into a BigDecimal 
BigInteger

toBigInteger()
Transform this Number into a BigInteger. 
Double

toDouble()
Transform a Number into a Double 
Float

toFloat()
Transform a Number into a Float 
Integer

toInteger()
Transform a Number into an Integer 
Long

toLong()
Transform a Number into a Long 
Number

unaryMinus()
Negates the number. 
Number

unaryPlus()
Returns the number, effectively being a noop for numbers. 
void

upto(Number to, Closure closure)
Iterates from this number up to the given number, inclusive, incrementing by one each time. 
Number

xor(Number right)
Bitwise XOR together two Numbers. 
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Get the absolute value
Bitwise AND together two Numbers.
right
 another Number to bitwise ANDCoerce a number to a boolean value. A number is coerced to false if its double value is equal to 0, and to true otherwise, and to true otherwise.
Transform this number to a the given type, using the 'as' operator. The following types are supported in addition to the default Object#asType(java.lang.Class):
c
 the desired type of the transformed resultBitwise NEGATE a Number.
Compare a Number and a Character. The ordinal value of the Character is used in the comparison (the ordinal value is the unicode value which for simple character sets is the ASCII value).
right
 a CharacterCompare two Numbers. Equality (==) for numbers dispatches to this.
right
 another Number to compare toDivide a Number by a Character. The ordinal value of the Character is used in the division (the ordinal value is the unicode value which for simple character sets is the ASCII value).
right
 a CharacterDivide two Numbers. Note: Method name different from 'divide' to avoid collision with BigInteger method that has different semantics. We want a BigDecimal result rather than a BigInteger.
right
 another NumberIterates from this number down to the given number, inclusive, decrementing by one each time.
to
 another Number to go down toclosure
 the closure to callInteger Divide a Number by a Character. The ordinal value of the Character is used in the division (the ordinal value is the unicode value which for simple character sets is the ASCII value).
right
 a CharacterInteger Divide two Numbers.
right
 another NumberSpecial 'case' implementation for all numbers, which delegates to the
compareTo()
method for comparing numbers of different
types.
switchValue
 the switch valueImplementation of the left shift operator for integral types. Non integral Number types throw UnsupportedOperationException.
operand
 the shift distance by which to left shift the numberSubtract a Character from a Number. The ordinal value of the Character is used in the subtraction (the ordinal value is the unicode value which for simple character sets is the ASCII value).
right
 a CharacterSubtraction of two Numbers.
right
 another Number to subtract to the first onePerforms a division modulus operation. Called by the '%' operator.
right
 another Number to modMultiply a Number by a Character. The ordinal value of the Character is used in the multiplication (the ordinal value is the unicode value which for simple character sets is the ASCII value).
right
 a CharacterMultiply two Numbers.
right
 another NumberIncrement a Number by one.
Bitwise OR together two numbers.
right
 another Number to bitwise ORAdd a Number and a Character. The ordinal value of the Character is used in the addition (the ordinal value is the unicode value which for simple character sets is the ASCII value).
right
 a CharacterAdd two numbers and return the result.
right
 another Number to addAppends a String to the string representation of this number.
right
 a StringPower of a Number to a certain exponent. Called by the '**' operator.
exponent
 a Number exponentDecrement a Number by one.
Implementation of the right shift operator for integral types. Non integral Number types throw UnsupportedOperationException.
operand
 the shift distance by which to right shift the numberImplementation of the right shift (unsigned) operator for integral types. Non integral Number types throw UnsupportedOperationException.
operand
 the shift distance by which to right shift (unsigned) the numberIterates from this number up to the given number using a step increment. Each intermediate number is passed to the given closure. Example:
0.step( 10, 2 ) { println it }Prints even numbers 0 through 8.
to
 a Number to go up to, exclusivestepNumber
 a Number representing the step incrementclosure
 the closure to callExecutes the closure this many times, starting from zero. The current index is passed to the closure each time. Example:
10.times { println it }Prints the numbers 0 through 9.
closure
 the closure to call a number of timesTransform a Number into a BigDecimal
Transform this Number into a BigInteger.
Transform a Number into a Double
Transform a Number into a Float
Transform a Number into an Integer
Transform a Number into a Long
Negates the number. Equivalent to the '' operator when it preceeds
a single operand, i.e. 10
Returns the number, effectively being a noop for numbers.
Operator overloaded form of the '+' operator when it preceeds
a single operand, i.e. +10
Iterates from this number up to the given number, inclusive, incrementing by one each time.
to
 another Number to go up toclosure
 the closure to call