How to Convert Double to Int in Swift

How to convert Double to Int in Swift?

You can use:


this will convert double to int.

or when you use String format use 0 instead of 1:

String(format: "%.0f", yourDoubleValue)

this will just display your Double value with no decimal places, without converted it to int.

how to convert Double to Int in IOS swift

The casting of the Double to an Int will work as written. The problem is that for some reason at runtime self.motion.magnetometerData is nil, so tmp becomes nil.

It's usually better to safely unwrap optionals, such as:

let tmp = self.motion.magnetometerData?.magneticField.x
if let tmpValue = tmp {
let tmpInt = Int(tmpValue)
print(tmpInt) //And whatever else

Or, if you intend not to continue if it ends up being nil, use a guard:

guard let tmp = self.motion.magnetometerData?.magneticField.x else {
return //Or whatever is appropriate when the value is nil

How to convert double to int and display it on Text in swiftUI?

You can achieve all format like as below example

let doubleValue : Double = 5.33435

Text("\(String(format: "%.1f", doubleValue))") ---> 5.3
Text("\(String(format: "%.2f", doubleValue))") ---> 5.33
Text("\(String(format: "%.3f", doubleValue))") ---> 5.334

So, You can use String formating for this like as below

Text("Here: \(String(format: "%.0f", myViewModel.myModel.doubleValue))")

Here is output

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Accept Float, Double or Int in Swift `init` to convert to String

Actually if all you want is a string representation of Int Float Double or any other standard numeric type you only need to know that they conform to CustomStringConvertible and use String(describing:).

Or you can use conformance to Numeric and CustomStringConvertible:

struct example {
var string: String

init<C: CustomStringConvertible & Numeric>(number: C) {
string = String(describing: number)

and maybe even better example itself could conform to CustomStringConvertible

struct example: CustomStringConvertible {
var description: String

init<C: CustomStringConvertible & Numeric>(number: C) {
description = String(describing: number)

yet another way :

struct example<N: Numeric & CustomStringConvertible>: CustomStringConvertible {
let number: N
init(number: N) {
self.number = number
var description: String {
String(describing: number)


I think what you want is a custom Property Wrapper not @Binding:

@propertyWrapper struct CustomStringConversion<Wrapped: CustomStringConvertible> {
var wrappedValue: Wrapped

init(wrappedValue: Wrapped) {
self.wrappedValue = wrappedValue

var projectedValue: String { .init(describing: wrappedValue) }

struct Foo {
@CustomStringConversion var number = 5

let foo = Foo()
let number: Int = foo.number // 5
let stringRepresentation: String = foo.$number // "5"

But as @LeoDabus pointed out using LosslessStringConvertible may be better :

struct example<N: Numeric & LosslessStringConvertible>: LosslessStringConvertible {
let number: N

init(number: N) {
self.number = number

init?(_ description: String) {
guard let number = N(description) else { return nil }
self.number = number

var description: String {

let bar = example(number: Double.greatestFiniteMagnitude) // 1.7976931348623157e+308
let baz: example<Double>? = example("1.7976931348623157e+308") // 1.7976931348623157e+308

Display Double as Int if it is a whole number in Swift

Convert Double into Number and then to String if u want to show it on label

let i = 1.0
let j = 1.2345

// Value in String

let a = NSNumber(value: j).stringValue // "1.2345"
let b = NSNumber(value: i).stringValue // "1"

// Value in Double

let c = NSNumber(value: i).doubleValue // 1.0
let d = NSNumber(value: j).doubleValue // 1.2345

Converting String to Double/Float loses precision for large numbers in Swift 5

If you want to keep your floating precision you need to use Decimal type and make sure to use its string initializer:

let value = "0.0000335651599321165"
if let decimal = Decimal(string: value) {

This will print:



When displaying your value to the user with a fixed number of fraction digits you can use Number Formatter and you can choose a rounding mode as well:

extension Formatter {
static let number = NumberFormatter()

extension Numeric {
func fractionDigits(min: Int = 6, max: Int = 6, roundingMode: NumberFormatter.RoundingMode = .halfEven) -> String {
Formatter.number.minimumFractionDigits = min
Formatter.number.maximumFractionDigits = max
Formatter.number.roundingMode = roundingMode
Formatter.number.numberStyle = .decimal
return Formatter.number.string(for: self) ?? ""

let value = "0.0000335651599321165"
if let decimal = Decimal(string: value) {
print(decimal.fractionDigits()) // "0.000034\n"

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