1. Calculation problem in Java stackoverflow.comI'm having slight difficulty in performing a calculation in Java. Here is what I'm trying to do 

2. java how to make user friendly percentage output from double stackoverflow.comI have the following code:
And that gives me fl = 0.9861948 .
I would like to convert 0.9861948 to 2% since 2% has been downloaded.I'm downloading ... 
3. Double calculation producing odd result stackoverflow.comI have 2 numbers stored as Double, 1.4300 and 1.4350. When I subtract 1.4350  1.4300, it gives me the result: 0.0050000000000001155. Why does it add 1155 to the end and ... 
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5. double length calculation coderanch.comHello, I am trying to find the length of the double let say (123456789123456789123456789.1234567890) which is dynamic. I am trying to use the DecimalFormat class to find the length of this double as below. double value = 123456789123456789123456789.1234567890; DecimalFormat formatter = new DecimalFormat("####,####,####"); String str = formatter.format(value); int strLen = str.length(); It would be great, if any one help me to ... 
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12. Weird arithmetic result involving double calculation forums.oracle.comdownloadTime3 ends up with the correct result, 295.0429916381836, but downloadTime4 ends up with a completely bizarre negative result: 216.9570083618164. Can anybody explain to me why a) the answer is different and b) it ends up with a negative answer when all positive values are used ?? I'm using Java 5.0. Many thanks, Simon 
13. Java String to Double (calculation?) forums.oracle.comhaha.. i guess i just have to use regular expressions and composite design in java.. daaaaaaah.. a long night of coding awaits... thanks.. but.. if anyone thinks of a way to get round this, that would help! I wonder what the difference is between the return in that first method and the string...? 
14. sum "product of double type" calculation not percise forums.oracle.com} } I get the result as below sum 0 = 5.199999999999999 sum 1 = 8.0 sum 2 = 3.0 sum 3 = 6.699999999999999 sum 4 = 2.3 sum 5 = 3.3 sum 6 = 1.2999999999999998 how come? It suppose sum 0 = 5.2 sum 3 = 6.7 sum 6 = 1.3 