haha.. ok... Maybe I am noone to call Mr.float primitive crazy.. but it seems crazy to me. Ok... if you have a primitive member var its default is..... 0.0 buut... float... its not a floatating point type... so you cant asign for example 0.5? Why is this? REGARDS!
Andree, I would say that in "literal" terms, the default value of a float is actually "0.0f". When you forget to append the "f", it will treat literals as literal double values. And since a double has more bytes than a float, the compiler will generate an error when you attempt to assign "0.5" to it. However, as I mentioned, setting a float the value of "0.5f" will work just fine for you.