What is meant by single and double precision for float-point type?
I didn't understand the difference between single and double precision. Please explain what is meant by this and how are they different from each other with example.
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The two terms are used in sense of the architecture of the machine you are using, if it's a 32 bit, then it will use single precision when representing the floating point numbers in the memory and if it's 64 bit, the double precision will be used.
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