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Float is a type of variable present in all programming languages that it´s used to store real numbers with fractions (or floating point numbers). Based on this, we can differentiate in it's composition an Integer type number separated by a
. (dot) from the fractional parts. It´s represented as a 64-bit double-presicion value being it´s maximum value 1.8 * 10308.
If the number falls from the limit stablished, it'll return a String with
inf as value.
float()syntax is quite simple and straight forward.
Float() will accept any
numeric value (inside it's limit),
NaN and return the floating point value if possible.
variable to float()
integer directly to float()
integer with negative value directly to float()
string with a numeric values to float()
string with white spaces to float()
boolean type to float()
Booleans can have 2 possible values, 1 for
True and 0 for
False, that´s why if received
True float() returns 1.0
InF to float()
nan to float()
string with mixed numeric and non numeric values to float()
value outside the limit causing overflow error to float()