Re: Blow me away, (long) does not truncate.
From: Roedy Green (look-on_at_mindprod.com.invalid)
Date: Tue, 01 Jun 2004 16:38:56 GMT
On Tue, 01 Jun 2004 09:41:47 +0100, Yu SONG <email@example.com> wrote or
>The rules are here:
The rules are ambiguous.
They say they "round toward 0" which could mean ether truncation
toward 0 or rounding toward 0.
In their example they say:
System.out.print("cast to int rounds toward 0: ");
d = 12345.6;
System.out.println((int)d + " " + (int)(-d));
produces the output:
cast to int rounds toward 0: 12345 -12345
I ran the test and it indeed truncates.
Which suggests they mean truncation.
Yet the example I ran shows it sometime does rounding.
The mystery is explained at http://mindprod.com/jgloss/truncation.html
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