I'm having troubles with a method that manages numbers.
The method is defined as follows (C#):
public static class GeneralFunctions
public static decimal MyMethod(decimal a, decimal b)
decimal result = ...
Inside my script, I'm calling:
being v a variable inserted in the script engine as a value of (C#) type decimal.
When I run the script I get an exception of type ArgumentException, whose message is:
Object of type 'System.Double' cannot be converted to type 'System.Decimal
If I switch the method signature to be:
public static object MyMethod(object a, object b)
then I see that a parameter is of type decimal (the v variable in the caller), while the other (the 18 value in the caller) is of type double.
Seems like the engine is not able to perform a conversion from double to decimal.