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C Tutorial » Data Type » float Declaration 
2.18.4.Define float in In scientific notation (The E notation)
#include <stdio.h>
 
int main()
{
    float lightyear=5.878E12;
    float jupiter=483400000;
    float distance;
 
    distance=jupiter/lightyear;
 
    printf("Jupiter is %f light years from the sun.\n",distance);
 
    return(0);
}
Jupiter is 0.000082 light years from the sun.
2.18.float Declaration
2.18.1.Floating Point variables
2.18.2.The form of a floating-point declaration
2.18.3.Define float variable and output to the console
2.18.4.Define float in In scientific notation (The E notation)
2.18.5.Define float constant value using Macro
2.18.6.Assignment of an integer expression to a floating-point variable.
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