Returns a formatted string representation of this interval using
NMath (in NMath.dll) Version: 7.4
public override string ToString()
Public Overrides Function ToString As String
virtual String^ ToString() override
abstract ToString : unit -> string
override ToString : unit -> string
A formatted string representation of this interval.
An open bracket '[' denotes that the left endpoint is included in
the interval; an open parens '(' denotes that the left endpoint is not included
in the interval. A similar statement holds true for the characters ']' and ')'
and right endpoints. For example [a, b] denotes a closed interval
containing both its endpoints, while (a, b) denotes an open interval which
contains neither of its endpoints.