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How can I print 0.0 in the console?

How can I print 0.0 in the console?
i am getting float 0.0, but i want to print 0.0 in the console.
this is my code:
float c = 0.0;
printf(“%f”, c);

A:

In general float and double are not suitable to print because they have only 7 bits of precision, you need 17 or 31 for a full precision format string.
Use e.g. %f for float, %g for double, %e for float.

A:

convert float to int, then print:
float c = 0.0;
int i = (int)c;
printf(“%d
“, i);

The danger is that you lose decimal precision (be careful!), and you might get negative numbers.

A:

In C, float is a float type which always has a certain number of bits to hold its value. For example, float will be able to hold a certain value with 24 bits. In that way, a float value will always have between 16 and 31 bits of precision. Since IEEE-754 says that bit representation is meant to be a minimum for real numbers, we can assume that a float representation will never have more than 31 bits to hold its value.
If you need an exact 0.0, you should use double. Although you can convert float to double without loss of precision, it will result in an inexact number (if it can be expressed in base 2). This is a common mistake people make because they are used to the exactness of a double representation.
For example, this code:
float a = 0.0;
printf(“%.3f
“, a);

will return 0.0. But you’ll never get 0.0000000009765625. No matter what’s your precision level, you will always get inexact values. Instead, if you want to print a nice 0.0, you can do this:
double a = 0.0;
printf(“%.15f
“, a);

It will print 0.0000000009765625, which is what we expected.
So the

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