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Casting from double to integer with a positive result
I have a casting expression of the following:
int a = (int) ((double) a);
Where a is a long double. The expected result is 0 but the value of a is actually 0.100000…
If I want the same but the casting is from double to int I have the following:
double b = a;
int c = (int) b;
The expected result is now -2147483648.
But the value of b is now -2147483648.0. When I cast this, the value should be the same as casting from double to int but c is now not-2147483648.
What the difference between these two and how do I get the expected behavior of c?
There is no way to perform a cast from double to int with a positive result. Why? Because the representation of floating point numbers in binary is inherently inexact.
For example, the number -0.1 cannot be represented exactly in binary. Yet, when you cast a floating point number to an integer, the result must be precisely representable. This is where the loss of precision manifests. You have a loss of 1 least significant bit. Thus, the value you have is not -2147483648. It is -2147483648.0 (with the extra zero).
This cannot be fixed in your case. There simply isn’t a precise number that represents -2147483648. You will have to handle such scenarios yourself by performing a floating-point to integer conversion with a fractional part of zero.
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