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**Problem:** ======== *Hi there! I am new to the world of **Python**, and I am just trying new things in programming. I learned somewhere about the `split()` method and tried the following program:* number = 43.42 another = number.split()...
posted Nov 22 Alecxe01 807 points
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**Problem:** ======== *I tried to calculate poisson distribution in python as below:* p = math.pow(3,idx) depart = math.exp(-3) * p depart = depart / math.factorial(idx) **idx ranges from 0** But I got OverflowError: long int too l...
posted Nov 9 Alecxe01 807 points
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Problem: ======== **I am trying to create a 16-bit image like so:** import skimage import random from random import randint xrow=raw_input("Enter the number of rows to be present in image.=>") row=int(xr...
posted Nov 4 Alecxe01 807 points
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Float is a 32 bit IEEE 754 single precision Floating Point Number1 bit for the sign, (8 bits for the exponent, and 23* for the value), i.e. float has 7 decimal digits of precision. Double is a 64 bit IEEE 754 double precision Floating Point Numb...
posted Jul 30 Yogesh Sharma 337 points
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Here we study about the difference between a float and a double.Though Float and Double both of them are used for assigning real (or decimal) values in programming there is a major difference between these two data types.FloatIt has single preci...
posted Jun 19 Jeevani 120 points
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In programming, it is required to store data. The data is stored in memory. The memory locations that store data are called variables. Each memory location can store a specific type of data. The memory size for each type of data i...
posted Mar 17 amna 2,525 points
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A float is a “floating point”. A floating point is a placement in an electronic calculator in which decimal points are free to move across to allow a maximum number of decimal places in the readout. Thus, a float is a data type in the com...
posted Sep 6, 2020 Lalit Kumar 0 points
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Infinity is defined is an undefined number that can be negative or positive. Any arithmetic operation that is performed on infinite value is always lead to an infinite number. These operations can be of addition, subtraction, multiplication, or any o...
posted Aug 2, 2020 Farkhanda Athar 0 points
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The user can convert string to a number by using the Parse or TryParse method based on various numeric types. These methods are used inside the System.Convert class.Example Code:using System; public class StringConversion {     public static void ...
posted Jul 30, 2020 Farkhanda Athar 0 points
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Double.ToString() method is used for converting double values to its equivalent string representation. There are four methods available to perform this functionality;ToString(String) MethodToString() MethodToString(IFormatProvider) MethodToString(Str...
posted Jul 30, 2020 Farkhanda Athar 0 points
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In C#, almost all types of variables can be converted to any other data type. In the same way, we can convert string to double by using the ToDouble() Method inside the Convert class. There are many overloaded forms are available for this method and ...
posted Jul 30, 2020 Farkhanda Athar 0 points
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In this article, we will learn about the TypeError: ‘float object cannot be interpreted as an integer.Why this error occurs?This error can occur in all the functions and methods where the functions can only accept only the integer value as a pa...
posted Jul 11, 2020 Farkhanda Athar 0 points
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For representing floating-point numbers, we use float, double and long double.Float:Float is a 32 bit IEEE 754 single-precision floating-point Numbers in which 1 bit is used for the sign, 8 bits for the exponent, and 32* for the value. The float data...
posted Jul 11, 2020 Farkhanda Athar 0 points
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When calculating big maths equations sometimes we get the result in the decimal form or we can say in float/double. And there are some fractions which never end even after the decimal, their size tends to infinity for example if we divide 10 by 3, th...
posted Jul 3, 2020 Lalit Kumar 0 points
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We have some fractions like ⅓ which is equal to 0.3333333333… and so on. It has infinite length and it will require infinite memory to store this value in memory and we cannot do that since generally we have 4 or max 8 bytes of memory for a va...
posted Jun 20, 2020 Lalit Kumar 0 points
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