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Out put:-
1.0 1.5

Why it gives two different output...
help me....
 
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for d1=3/2
int(operation)int is int

int/int=int therefore 3/2=1.5(int)=1
d1=1 i.e., d1=1.0;

but incase of d2=3/2d
int(operation)double=double

int/double=double;;;;double/int=double
therefore 3/2d=3/2.0=1.5(double)=1.5
d2=1.5


Hope it is clear
 
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anirudh jagithyala wrote:

int/double=double;;;;double/int=double
therefore 3/2d=3/2.0=1.5(double)=1.5
d2=1.5


Hope it is clear



Oh....I got it...Thanks. the case is "2d"...
 
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