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4th Nov 2018, 9:37 AM
Fatih Yal├ž─▒n
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As I can see the values of 9**19 and float(9**19) : The float value becomes more significant as it becomes very large (scientific notation), therefore on converting it back to int the value changes. You can try printing values of 9**19 and float(9**19) and then int(float(9**19))
4th Nov 2018, 10:22 AM
Shubham Sharma
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int of False is 0 and int of True is 1
4th Nov 2018, 9:46 AM
YashÔť│´ŞĆ
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+ 9
2**3 == 3**2 //false 2*2*2 == 3*3 // 8 == 9, that's why...
4th Nov 2018, 9:40 AM
Valen.H. ~
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False 0 and true 1
15th Nov 2018, 5:24 AM
Mohsin Khan
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Using float can lead you to lose some precision then, converting it to int, get you a "less" precised int of which you expected
4th Nov 2018, 10:31 AM
KrOW
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Because 9**19 is the same as 9**19
4th Nov 2018, 9:38 AM
PureLogicality
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I can also tj same thing
2nd Jul 2019, 5:09 PM
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