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    Unhappy can some write a program using the below attached image?

    can some write a program using the below attached image?-float-h-png

    this is what tutorialspoint.com has in its float.h tutorial.

    can someone implement by writing a program using all these?

    Help me! I have no guidance, I am a sole warrior and a college drop out!

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    In order to understand floating-point numbers you need to understand scientific notation and significant figures. You know, like "123456" can be expressed as "1.23456*10^5".
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    Quote Originally Posted by GReaper View Post
    In order to understand floating-point numbers you need to understand scientific notation and significant figures. You know, like "123456" can be expressed as "1.23456*10^5".
    Hey GReaper. How long have you been programming? Because you seem to help people more than anyone else!. I'm Thankful for that . So have you thought anything about creating the next big million dollar software? If you do please take me in your team!! I'm 20

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    Nah, I like tinkering and programming but strictly as a hobby. I tried turning it into a job but it didn't work out, I'm not good at doing things I don't enjoy. I prefer goofing around with brain........ and voxel-map generation.
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    I don't know how far along you are on this problem or how much you know, but I think a good progression toward solving this problem might be to practice with:
    1. bitwise operators
    2. int to bit conversion and bit to int conversion
    3. I-EEE 754 bits to floating point decimal and float to I-EEE 754

    I-EEE 754 is very close to what you need. After you get this down, you will be able to solve your problem.
    This is the best video I found to describe I-EEE 754.
    This is a converter you can check your I-EEE 754 work against.

    I hope this is helpful, but I can see why my indirect suggestions may not be.

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