double in cpp
https://code.sololearn.com/coaM9cpWltrq/?ref=app Why ìn cpp: double b=9/7; //its always 1; cout<<b; But double b=9; //its accurate 1.28571428 cout<<b/7; Both are DOUBLE With Respect
میم شین 9 and 7 are int not double. You need to cast one of them with double to get in decimal: double b = (double) 9 / 7; In second case b is double so 9 will be treated as double.
You could also use double b = 9.0/7.0;
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میم شین In Java too you will get same result but 1.0 instead of 1
You could also use double b = 9.0/7; or double b = 9/7.0;
Because division of two integers is always an integer even if you declare it as double or float.
Use this instead, double = 9.0 / 7.0