1 and 3 are int literals, and int division always truncates. The int result is then widened to type long when it's assigned to the variable "test."
For a floating-point result, at least one of the literals needs to be a float or double. Then the result needs to be assigned to a variable of type float or double. [ June 01, 2006: Message edited by: marc weber ]
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