Primitive data type representing a floating point signed 64-bit number.
a data type for storing numbers with decimal places
an approximation of a real number
a number with desimals
Computers cripled representation of a real number. Represented as `IEEE double'.
a primitive type capable of holding a 32-bit wide floating point number in IEEE 754 format.
The Java primitive representing a floating point number.
The Java Object representing a float primitive.
A Java keyword used to define a floating point number variable.
A type of data for storing numbers with decimal digits.
A 32-bit floating-point decimal number as specified in the IEEE 754-1985 standard. Allowable values are the same as in the decimal type, optionally followed by an exponent, or one of the special values "INF" (positive infinity), "-INF" (negative infinity), or "NaN" (not a number). The exponent starts with either or , optionally followed by a sign, and one or more digits. Example: "6.0235e-23".
A Java primitive data type; a float value is a 32-bit (single-precision) floating-point number represented in IEEE 754 format.
defines a variable of type floating point (real numbers), something like 1.2 or -0.83 Back
Short for floating point number or floating point value. A numeric value that includes a fractional component and therefore contains a decimal point. Examples are 3.14159, 1.0, and 1234.2. Opto 22's PAC Control software uses IEEE single-precision floats with rounding errors of no more than one part per million. Float values can range from ± 3.402824 x10 -38 to ± 3.402824 x10+38.