1. Retain precision with Doubles in java stackoverflow.com
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Okay clarifying the question a bit, how would i get ... 
2. Java: Doing one's own data type? (eg. long long double?) stackoverflow.comI'm just pondering about whether or not it's possible to create one's own data type? So if you need more precision, that's not supported by one of the basic types, you could ... 
3. How to read a double value with a certain precision stackoverflow.comHow to read a double value from a String with a certain precision (say 4) assuming the string contains something like "10.1234" using this api 
4. Displaying doubles to a certain precision in java stackoverflow.comI am currently writing a calculator application. I know that a double is not the best choice for good math. Most of the functions in the application have great precision but ... 
5. Accuracy of double precision multiplication in java? stackoverflow.comWhat is the guaranteed accuracy of multiplication operator for double values in java? For example, 2.2 * 100 is 220.00000000000003, but 220 is a double number. 220.00000000000003 is the next ... 
6. Precision in double stackoverflow.comI've got problem with precision in java. I have to calculate:
The score is 2.3 . How I can solve it? I don't ... 
7. Higher precision doubles and trigonometric functions in Java stackoverflow.comAccording to IEEE the following doubles exist:

8. Why is arbitrary precision in double literals allowed in Java? stackoverflow.comI just learned from Peter Lawreys post that this is valid expression, and evaluates to
My question is, why is it allowed to have double literals which can't ... 
9. Why do bean validation Min/Max constraints not support the double type? stackoverflow.comCould somebody please explain to me why the JPA supports the 
10. Double number's multiplication with out precision and commas stackoverflow.comi have an array, a double array like...
and in my program i want to multiply each of ... 
11. double precision in JAVA stackoverflow.comI have to round off my result to the nearest fo 0.05 ie(6.34 to 6.35 and 6.37 to 6.4) So I created myRound function. ... 
12. Double precision coderanch.comIf you create a BigDecimal object from your double value, then you can set the scale (2) and choose your rounding method (looks like you want ROUND_DOWN or ROUND_FLOOR). After that, you can return to a type double if you like. This might be all you need, but suppose the result is 49.9 and you want to display a zero in ... 
13. How to covert a String value to double without loosing the precision coderanch.comHi, How can I convert a String value "106.4000" to a double, without loosing the precisions after 4 ? If I use, double dbl = Double.parseDouble("106.4000"); I am getting 106.4 only. But I need the exact string value as double. So please help me to do this. Thanks in advance... regards, Nishad P 
14. Single & double Precision coderanch.comHi, Sunanda! The single and double precision refer to the IEEE 7541985 standard. For Java the following is true: single prec > 32 bits > Min = 1.43e45 > Max = 3.4e38 Double prec > 64 bits > Min = 4.942324 > Max = 1.8e308 As you can see, double precision can hold much larger values then the single precision. You ... 
15. double precision? coderanch.comHello, I am doing extensive calculations in my project which involves the use of "double" variable type as it is big enough to hold its values. However I came across some bizare results! Take for example in the code below: public class test { public static void main(String[] args) { double a=4190.04d; double b=4771.24d; double total =0d; total += a + ... 
16. Setting precision for a double value coderanch.com 
17. double precision coderanch.com 
18. Single precision /double precision? coderanch.com 
19. Precision for double literals coderanch.comFairly trivial question... class MyClass { public static void main(String[] args) { double d = 21.1; // 1 double d2 = 0.9; // 2 System.out.println("d = " + d); //3 System.out.println("d2 = " + d2); //4 } } Running this gives the output: d = 0.8999999999999999 d2 = 0.9 What's bugging me is the second line in the output. It's not ... 
20. double precision forums.oracle.com 
21. double numbers and precision forums.oracle.com 
22. Convert Double to String and Specify Precision forums.oracle.com 
23. !Java Double Precision forums.oracle.comI just started a Intro to Programming class in my high school and I need to know how to set precision on double data types. Please state the answer in understandable format for me as I am new to the terms (We are on JOptionPane and things relating to that). Thank you for your time, I need this answer quickly. 
24. Quick double precision question forums.oracle.comHi everybody, Does anyone know if there is an easy way to round off and print out a double to two digits after the decimal point? I know you can use Double.toString(), substring(), and Math.ceil, but I was wondering if there was an easier way. I looked at the Javadoc and didn't see one. Just to be clear, what I'm asking ... 
25. Double Precision Problems... forums.oracle.comCan anyone explain the output of the following code to me? I don't understand why there is a precision issue here. The desired result is what you would get if you used a calculator to increment 1.0 by 0.1 over and over again (i.e. 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5...). Code: double a = 1.0; double b = 2.0; double i = ... 
26. convert a string to double with precision forums.oracle.comI am getting a value amount of say $45.00 from a jsp and set this value as a string for my other work. then i am changing this string to double by using this statement setAmount(Double.parseDouble(cstmt.getString(1))); my precision is lost when i get this amount it just shows 45.0 how can I get the precision of 45.00 I would appreciate if ... 
27. Bigger precision than Double forums.oracle.com 
28. Want more precision than double forums.oracle.comI am trying to get more precision.. currently I am trying to use double and all i get is the following: 9.133057743108883E41 1.1025795069516013E42 1.1527752133430907E42 I am trying to use BigIntegers but not sure how to use them correctly. double base = 0; base = (double)getASCII(strArr[i1].charAt(i2)); base = base * Math.pow(128, exp); but now doing this stuff in a double(base) gave me ... 
29. Drawing An Arc With Double Precision forums.oracle.com 
30. how do I get System.out.format to print out doubles with the same precision forums.oracle.comI am fine with that. It still displays all the precision. I am simply looking for a way to quickly print out multiple variables on a sysout while debugging. I want it as syntactically sweet as possible. System.out.println can be a pain when outputting multiple variables like the following: "System.out.println("a: " + a + "; b:" + b + "; c: ... 