Originally posted by Vijay Gade:
Sorry if this is difficult question. Please disregard. I will post the same in the Intermediate section...
This is the appropriate forum for this type of question.
Please do not cross-post. People don't like to answer a post, only to find that it's already been answered in another forum.
Originally posted by Layne Lund:
Even though both float and int use the same number of bits, the interpretation of those bits are VERY different. In otherwords, int and float numbers are stored differently. Integer types are stored in twos-compliment format whereas floating point numbers are stored in IEEE 754 format. You should google for these terms to find information on them.
I am curious why you consistantly answer questions that have previously been answered already.
[ March 02, 2006: Message edited by: Robert Hill ]