[Mokomaze] Two bugreports and a feature-request
Quakeman1 at gmx.net
Mon May 4 20:15:27 CEST 2009
The Digital Pioneer wrote:
> I believe both are words.
> It is my understanding that you can have single precision floating point
> numbers (float) or double precision (double), and integer values are
> simply ints. I could be wrong though. It did happen once before. ;)
Single precision floating point numbers use 32bit and double precision
floating point use 64bit according to IEEE754 standard for floating
point numbers. So double precision needs calculation with longer numbers
and needs more cpu power with no hardware fpu unit present.
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