Category : double

Meaning, in a "normal" situation where the performance loss of type promotion is irrelevant, where nobody checks for equality on a float and where nobody declares anything funny like f(float x) {/*do something*/}; f(double x) {/*do something else*/}; and so on. I am aware that the general question of "C++ f suffix why?" has been ..

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I am a complete beginner(2 days of learning) and I realized that when I apply this algorithm(which is an algorithm to calculate the height of a right triangle) #include<iostream> #include<cmath> using namespace std; int main() { int c1,c2,i,x; float h; cin>>c1>>c2>>i; h=(c1*c2)/i; x=h*100; h=x/100; cout<<h; return 0; } A friend of mine told me to ..

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I’m creating a file parsing module that is intended to allow the reading and parsing of any file be it ASCII or Binary. The rules / options for reading and parsing a file are based on a JSON array where each element contains the properties: {"file":"~/XMLMPAM/config/test.dat" ,"module":"mdFileIO" ,"commands":[{"command":"read" ,"mode":"binary" ,"length":1 ,"type":"char" ,"check":"a"} ,{"command":"read" ,"mode":"binary" ,"length":2147483647 ..

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**The void function automatically rounds off the value of a,b,c and prints out 0 instead of 0.5,0.33,0.166. I have checked the value of num1,num2,num3 and g they are correct just the problem is with the rounding off of the decimals of a,b and c.The setprecision function is also not working. The simple concept is when ..

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