I connect to a MongoDB with the latest C-Driver. When I insert a float value, say 1.0043820142745972, and then query it back I only seem to get 1.004382!

I use GreenDao as My ORM in Android and I want to have a Decimal column in one of my tables, but GreenDao do not have Decimal DataType.
Double and Float shown with scientific notation, But i want to show its real value.
One solution is to write a function to convert value with scientific notation to a value without notation, But I want to show my data from DataBase without conversion.

I need to convert a floating-point number with system precision to one with a specified precision (e.g. 3 decimal places) for the printed output. The fprintf function will not suffice for this as it will not correctly round some numbers. All the other solutions I've tried fail in that they all reintroduce undesired precision when I convert back to a float.

Hi IVgot the the cpp file where i Initialize.

Ok this is a bit ridiculous but for the life of me I can't get it to work without setting absolute widths.

All I want is a column on the left that can be three digits aligned right, a column on the right that can be a float with 3 digits and 2 decimal places, and the center column to occupy the rest (align left.)

e.g.

88 Hello World!

Hi guys,

Short version:

Is there a way to tell awk to round to 2 decimal places during the consolidation, not during the printing?

Long version:

I have an incoming file in the format below. I should get the net balances per currency and if the net is NOT zero, print the result in two columns: net balances less than zero go to neg_bal column and positive balances go to pos_bal column.

public class Calculator {

float[] countPerSec = new float[600];
float[] finishedArray = new float[600];
float[] omegaArray = new float[600];
float[] sortedArray = new float[600];
int radius = 55;
float windSpeedArray[] = new float[600];
float windspeedAvg = 0;
float[] windspeedMinMax = new float[2];
int timerArrayCounter = 0;

int sensorCountValue = 20; //**count per second returned by the sen

In Excel 2011 for Mac, I have the following column of numbers:

0.139**
-0.131**
-0.135*
-0.053
0.139**
0.112*
0.183***

Some items are negative, and some have stars.

My goal is to have the column formatted so that 1) there are no zeros preceeding the decimal, and 2) the numbers are aligned at their decimal point, like so:

.139**
-.131**
-.135*
-.053
.139**
.112*
.183***

After reading a n

The following code seems to corrupt Float.isNaN() logic on an old Android device.
The device: LG-GT540 / Android2.3.7

int a = 2;
float b = a;
Log.d("yo", "1, Float.isNaN=" + Float.isNaN(Float.NaN));
boolean test = (b == 2);
Log.d("yo", "2, Float.isNaN=" + Float.isNaN(Float.NaN));

This makes Float.isNaN(Float.NaN) to return "false" which is wrong.

Do you know why?

Is it a JVM error?

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