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Please forgive me if this has been answered before, because I'm sure it has, but i couldn't find the information.

Why is it that when I do the following:

ConsoleWrite(.817 - .79 & @crlf)

The result is "0.0269999999999999"

Should the result not be "0.027"? Is there a standard way of working with decimals other than having to Round() every one of my results?

Edited by cycotron

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Welcome to the wonderful world of "binary floating point". This is not an AutoIt problem - all computers suffer the same way. Google will tell you more than you ever wanted to know if you look. ;)

I am afraid you will have to Round your results - at least you have that function to use. :)


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Thank you Melba23. I thought I remembered something along those lines that I read a year or two ago.

I will use Round, it's simple enough :)

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