A double precision floating point variable; in C, a variable of type double.
Primitive data type representing a double-precision, signed 32-bit number.
a floating point number -- a number with a decimal that can change position according to need
a real number written with a decimal point, e
a type of floating-point variable that can represent a range of positive and negative numbers, including fractional values
a primitive type capable of holding a 64-bit wide floating point number in IEEE 754 format. encapsulation refers to the bundling of data with the methods that manipulate or operate on it. This does not always mean to hide it (see information hiding).
The Java primitive representing a double precision floating point number.
The Java Object representing a double primitive.
format A 64-bit application data format for storing floating-point values of up to 15- or 16-decimal digit precision.
8-byte IEEE double precision floating point.
A 64-bit floating-point decimal number as specified in the IEEE 754-1985 standard. The external form is the same as the float datatype.
A Java primitive data type;a double value is a 64-bit (double-precision) floating-point number.
A numerical data type. Double values are 64-bit (8-byte) floating-point number. Double values use the prefix dbl and the type-declaration character # (the pound sign).