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22.800000 and a 1 on the end!!??

>>x = 5
>>x /= 2
>>x *=11.4
22.800000000000 001

ok where does the 1 in the come from?
Jun 27 '08 #1
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On May 25, 8:58*pm, notnorweg...@ya hoo.se wrote:
>x = 5
x /= 2
>x *=11.4

22.800000000000 001

ok where does the 1 in the come from?
Floating point arithmetic.

Michael Foord
Jun 27 '08 #2
no**********@ya hoo.se schrieb:
ok where does the 1 in the come from?
Conversion to floating point values, which have no precise
representation for all numbers that have such in the decimal system.
Read more on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_754-1985


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ok where does the 1 in the come from?


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