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#### @cock_sauce8336

@@paranjaynajan7717 Let me explain... Basically the whole error comes to the lack of needed bits. Your number is "made" out of powers of 2.
So decimal numbers are represented as
2^(-1) = 0,5
2^(-2) = 0,25
And so on...
To get all the necessary numbers "inbetween" you add a combination of these powers of two together.

But... Here comes the problem... There is only limited number of decimal bits available in your computer. So there's a limit to how precise your decimal number can get.

And when you play with different numbers it sometimes "overflows" and gives you less precise number than it theoretically should.

Hope it makes a bit of sense since I am not very good at explaining shit xD

#### @hi-ip2pj

step 1:
cut off anything before decimal and make result an integer
step 2:
step 3:
cut off decimal and .
step 4:
step 5:
make a string like this
{result from step 4}.{result from step 2}
step 6:
convert it to float

if I had to create a calculator in any langauge, I would create a Fraction class and store the number as an integer numerator and denominator. Then I would implement addition/mult/etc myself. It obviously slower than directly doing it on the CPU but it's 100% accurate.

0.1 + 0.2 becomes 1/10 + 1/5

then you would find the lowest common denominator, which is 10. then convert both fraction to take that denominator

1/10 + 2/10

3/10

you would then return that value as a Fraction object. You can then create a "toString" function to convert this to a number if you need it for display.

#### @davidwuhrer6704

OO, huh?

Okay, so, every integer is also a rational, with a denominator if 1, which means integers should be a subclass of rationals, right? Because not all rationals are integers, so they have to be the superclass.

And all rational numbers, including integers, are real numbers.

And of course positive numbers are a subclass of signed numbers. Unsigned integers are a subclass of unsigned rational numbers, and so on.

And signed real numbers are a subclass of complex numbers, which in turn are a subset of quaternions, and so on.

Integers are also a subset of surreal numbers, so we need multiple inheritance.

But what is the base class for numbers in general?

Are matrices a subclass of tensors or are tensors a subclass of matrices? Either way, either are subclasses of Hilbert space, that much is certain. But scalars act differently from matrices and tensors, so scalars are not.

Is countable infinity a subclass of infinity, or is it a singleton?

#### @LowLevelLearning

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#### @williamdrum9899

First it was buffer overrun, then floats, what could be next. How about alignment faults?

#### @clementpoon120

stop making people think that c is hard

BigNum gang...

#### @official-obama

step 1: prove 0.1+0.2=0.3
step 2: put it in comments
step 3: ???
step 4: profit

#### @gurrag79

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#### @amateurprogrammer25

> "Programming in C until I go insane"
> Video is 1 minute and 15 seconds long

Too long.

#### @RaymondStormbl3ssed

That’s 1 minute and 10 seconds too long

#### @mbunds

He lasted 1 1/4 minutes? Superhuman!