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Posted 13 Jan 2013

Multiplication of Floating point numbers in Binary format in C++

, 13 Jan 2013
I assume you talk about IEEE 754[^] floating point numbers.Such a number hassignmantissaexponent (which is shifted by a bias)some special values that indicate +/- infinity, not-a-number (NaN)Leaving away the special cases, you must knowhow the sign, mantissa, and exponent...



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