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I am required to write a code which multiplies two floating point numbers in binary format. The code works fine when I give an integer input, but doesn't give correct result for floating point input.

When I give an input for example:

3.2 and 12.2


I am getting this answer:

1010011100010000

but I must get this

1001110000101000

Here is the link to my code:

http://ideone.com/q8ned7[^]

Kindly help me. Its a matter of my exams
Tags: C++, binary

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