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C++ float, double and long double

can someone explain float double and long double in simple terms so I can understand


5/14/2017 3:05:36 PM


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Floats have less precision than doubles. ... type float, 32 bits long, has a precision of 7 digits. While it may store values with very large or very small range (+/- 3.4 * 10^38 or * 10^-38), it has only 7 significant digits. type double, 64 bits long, has a bigger range ( *10^+/-308) and 15 digits precision. And if you're still in doubt, you can code and check it out :)


long , short , signed are called datatype modifier. we know that int , float , double..... have certain limits of value. by adding these modifier on front of data types we change the limit ( decrease / increase). learn more: https://www.tutorialspoint.com/cplusplus/cpp_modifier_types.htm