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Floating Point Numbers
A floating-point number is a Number consisting of an optional sign, one or more digits, a decimal point optionally followed by one or more digits, optionally followed by the letter e or E, optionally followed by a sign, followed by one or more digits.

A number without a decimal point is an Integer.

` [sign] digit [digit [ ... ] ] . [ { digit [digit [ ... ] ] } ] [{e | E} [sign ] digit [digit [digit [ ... ] ] ]`

• sign : + or -, if the sign is missing, it is presumed to be +.
• digit : 0 through 9.
• . : indicates the number is a floating point number rather than an Integer.
• e or E : indicates the number has an exponent. The case is ignored. There must be at least one digit after the E or e, optionally preceded by a sign.
At least one digit must appear before the decimal point. Note that while no digits are required after the decimal point, at least one digit must follow an E or e if it is used.

 If there is no decimal point and no exponant, then the number will be interpreted as an integer.

The following are all valid floating-point numbers:

```0.0 +0.0 0. -0.0 0.0e+1 0.0e-1 0.e+0 0.0e0 0.0e-0 -0.0e-0 (all are the same 0.0) 0.7 -0.3  1.0 -1. 1. -1.0  37.16 -40.33  +1.5 -12.34 3.14159267 1.39e5 1.7E-3
```

The following are all the same:

```1000000.0 1.E+7 1e7 1.0e7 10.0e6 0.100E8 10000000.0E-1
```

Gambas provides two different floating-point types:

Floating-Point Description Default value Size in memory
Single  -1.7014118E-38 .. +1.7014118E+38 0.0 4 bytes
Float  -8.98846567431105E-307 .. +8.98846567431105E+307 0.0 8 bytes

### Véase también

Índice del Lenguaje, Expressions, Integer, Number