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Assignment Java-7 (Sum)
Purpose:  The purpose of this particular assignment is to learn the boundaries of double (precision).

 

Write a program that will start with a double called sum set to zero. Add
 0.1 to sum 1000 times by using a for loop.


 

Print the sum, and then print a statement of whether or not the sum is equal to 100.


 

To do this, you will need to know:



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 Assignment Java-8 (GeekWatch)









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