1. Manipulating and comparing floating points in java stackoverflow.com
In 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.com
I 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.com
Possible 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.com
I came across a strange corner of Java.(It seems strange to me)
5. Java implementation of Comparing floating point numbers coderanch.com
According 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