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I have temp2 value -52340.0 and hslColor.Luminosity is 240.0 When Dim temp1 As Double = (hslColor.Luminosity - temp2). It shoud give -ve number but I am getting always positive number. results should nbe -52100, but I am getting +52100. How to handle this?


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