C++ - 64-bit real number: double

64-bit real number and his value range: from - 1.7 × 10 on 308 to +1.7 × 10 on 308 and it has 15 digit precision. if it is used to store integers the biggest integer what can store without rounding is 2 on 53. 64-bit real number is stored the following way: 1bit sign, 8bit exponent a 23bit mantissa.



Used keywords: double
Note: In C like languages the data type size may be different depending on compiler and architecture, we show only one standard look.
Compatible programing languages:
Visual C++ .NET



64-bit real number the possible of use:
double x = 3.14159265359;     // x = 3.14159265359
double y = 123456789;         // y = 123456789.0
y =(double)(x * y);          // y = 387850941.35821074

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