Three Myths About Floating-Point Numbers.
A single-precision floating-point number is represented by 32 bits and hides various wonderful encoding techniques. However, some of those tricks might cause some imprecise calculations so it’s crucial to know how to work with those numbers.
Let’s have a look at three common misconceptions.
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