1. Manipulating and comparing floating points in java stackoverflow.comIn Java the floating point arithmetic is not represented precisely. For example following snippet of code

2. Can I get Java to throw an exception when doing a comparison between floats when one of them turns out to be NaN? stackoverflow.comI spent about 2 hours tracking down a bug today and I would've found it much quicker had java thrown an exception when comparing NaN with a float. It would ... 
3. Comparing floating point numbers in Java stackoverflow.comPossible Duplicate:Am I supposed to use an Epsilon while comparing floating point numbers in Java ? Does the ... 
4. Comparing float and double primitives in Java stackoverflow.comI came across a strange corner of Java.(It seems strange to me)
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5. Java implementation of Comparing floating point numbers coderanch.comAccording to the JLS (S15.16.3) Java's floating point remainder (using the '%' operator) is *different from* the java.lang.Math.IEEEremainder() function. The operator is based on truncating division while the function is based on rounding division. You might think that this won't add up to much, but 8.0 % 3.0 results in 1.0 with rounding division versus 2.0 with truncating division. 
6. Help in Float comparison coderanch.com 
7. why is it that strange things happen when comparing doubles or floats? forums.oracle.com 
8. float & double comparison in Java forums.oracle.com 
9. Comparing Two Float Numbers forums.oracle.com 