In a lesson they included this sentence as a note:
So I don't really get it what they mean by "double precision floating point"
Comments sections are confusing there 😞
It would be amazing if someone explains it😁
Thank you for spending your time!
Lesson (section 2)👇
A double-precision floating point number is a floating point number with the size of 8 bytes. Basically floating point is a number that can store fractional value, like 1.37, 0.153, 82.17, and so on. So, basically, floating point is a real number, not just an integer, and the double precision is used to indicate it's size, which is 8 bytes
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