 What is floats in python | Sololearn: Learn to code for FREE!

+6

# What is floats in python

+63

Kanak Rathi A number with decimal point in it. 1 - integer 1.23 - float

+38

Floats are represent real numbers and are written with a decimal point dividing the integer and fractional parts.

+22

Any real number having decimal point is float in python. Ex. 1 - integer But 1.0 - float

+8

A variables like: P=3.14(float) -27.2789(float) 0.0(float) 1.0(float)

+5

Floats are the decimal numbers

+5

" Floats are used in Python to represent numbers that aren't integers (whole numbers). Some examples of numbers that are represented as floats are 0.5 and -7.8237591. They can be created directly by entering a number with a decimal point, or by using operations such as division on integers."

+3

In Python flots represent the number are in decimal point and the number aren't integers. For Example: 7.0, 0.5 etc. These are flots.

+3

If you want to divide an output just use the float variable.

+3

The output with decimal points are known as floats 2.0 5.5 9.9

+2

Please use the search bar before posting to avoid duplicates. https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1837465/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/944187?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1262636/?ref=app

+2

A number which is not an integer. It has a decimal point

+2

HI? :) Concerning 8 END OF MODULE "You are offered a choice of either \$1.000.000 or \$0.01 (one penny) doubled every day for 30 days (the resulting amount is doubled every day). Task: Write a program to calculate the amount that will result from the doubling to understand which choice results in a larger amount." Could anyone clarify?

+2

A float is a number with decimal point For example... 5.2 is a float 5 is an integer

+2

1 - natural 1.55 - float

+2

floats are number with a decimal point, for example 7.8, you should see the difference between 10 and 10.0, 'cause while 10 is an integer 10.0 is a float (floating point)

+2

+2

It just a decimal number

+2

If a number have a decimal point and isn't an integer so it is a float number. Like 1.3 or 0.45567723456

+2

Float: incompleted number for exp: 2.3, 4.8, 6.0 etc

+2

int short form of integer is for proper numbers and float is for numbers like 4.5 or 7.89