### Revision history for KeyPgDouble

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[[KeyPgDim|dim]] //variable// [[KeyPgAs|as]] **Double**

##**Double**##s have a greater range and precision than ##[[KeyPgSingle|Single]]##s, they still have limited accuracy which can lead to significant inaccuracies if not used properly. They are dyadic numbers - i.e. they can only accurately hold multiples of powers of two, which will lead to inaccuracies in most base-10 fractions.

- ##[[KeyPgSingle|Single]]## Less precise float type

- ##[[KeyPgCdbl|Cdbl]]##

- ##[[TblVarTypes|Table with variable types overview, limits and suffixes]]##

##**Double**##s have a greater range and precision than ##[[KeyPgSingle|Single]]##s, they still have limited accuracy which can lead to significant inaccuracies if not used properly. They are dyadic numbers - i.e. they can only accurately hold multiples of powers of two, which will lead to inaccuracies in most base-10 fractions.

- ##[[KeyPgSingle|Single]]## Less precise float type

- ##[[KeyPgCdbl|Cdbl]]##

- ##[[TblVarTypes|Table with variable types overview, limits and suffixes]]##

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##**Double**##s have a greater range and precision than ##[[KeyPgSingle Single]]##s, they still have limited accuracy which can lead to significant inaccuracies if not used properly. They are dyadic numbers - i.e. they can only accurately hold multiples of powers of two, which will lead to inaccuracies in most base-10 fractions.

- ##[[KeyPgSingle Single]]## Less precise float type

- ##[[KeyPgCdbl Cdbl]]##

- ##[[TblVarTypes Table with variable types overview, limits and suffixes]]##

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Edited on 2013-07-31 09:58:56 by FxMwikki [Corrected bad formatting of link to TblVarTypes (I hope that will repair the link broken for .chm)]##### Additions:

- ##[[TblVarTypes Table with variable types overview, limits and suffixes]]##

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#### Revision [16900]

Edited on 2013-07-31 09:50:08 by FxMwikki [Corrected bad formatting of link to TblVarTypes (I hope that will repair the link broken for the doc]##### Additions:

- [[TblVarTypes Table with variable types overview, limits and suffixes]]

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Double is a 64-bit, floating-point data type used to store more precise decimal numbers. They can hold positive values in the range ##4.940656458412465e-324## to ##1.797693134862316e+308##, or negative values in the range ##-4.940656458412465e-324## to ##-1.797693134862316e+308##, or zero (##0##). They contain at most 53 bits of precision, or about 15 decimal digits.

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##**Double**##s have a greater range and precision than ##[[KeyPgSingle Single]]##s, they still have limited accuracy which can lead to significant inaccuracies if not used properly. They are dyadic numbers - i.e. they can only accurately hold multiples of powers of two, which will lead to inaccuracies in most base-10 fractions.

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- [[TblVarTypes]] Table with variable types overview, limits and suffixes

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- ##[[KeyPgSingle Single]]## Less precise float type

- [[TblVarTypes Table with variable types overview, limits and suffixes]]

- [[TblVarTypes Table with variable types overview, limits and suffixes]]