Fractions, or "fractional numbers" (lit
Common datatype in many programming languages for representing a whole number
Mantissa larger number
"If the number of bits in the mantissa or fractions is larger than the number of bits in your integer type then you ll possibly lose precision when someone types in a number such as"
from question "How to manually parse a floating point number from a string"
|Part bigger then||
"I know there are not that many mantissa bits for fractions part for bigger numbers but you did not specify which floating data-type you are using if 32 64 80 128 256 bits or more so hard to say and if the integer part is bigger then your integral data-type used to cut off the non fractions part then you would be in trouble with f-long f"
from question "Need help formatting numbers C++"
"When you then calculate the integer part is 1 less that you might expect while the fractions part is slightly less than one"
from question "Type Casting in Array"
"The label s text size of an integer part is bigger than text size of a fractions part"
from question "IOS Prevent UILabel text 'shaking' when numbers change"
"As python integer is less limited than the float you may get bigger results with the fractions if it makes sense at all"
from question "Python: An iterating function"