• C

Doubt in Typecast

#include <stdio.h>
int a;
 double b=xxxxxxx.xxxxx;//Some value

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What doubt are you having?

 however its not clear from ur question whats ur doubt ..

 i guess it will be regarding value of a .

 keep in mind downcasting always truncates the data ..*no rounding* ..


 b = X.Y .. where X,Y have some values ..

 after a = (int)b . .. value of a will be X if its within max range of int for a particular OS .. otherwise it will get rotated ..

what i mean by rotation .. suppose any type can have ..

-Z,-Z+1,-Z+2 ...0...1,2,3,...Z-1,Z ...possible values

now a is X ... let X is greater than Z by some value say d

then value of a will be '-Z+d-1'  ..

hope that helps ..


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Actually, when a floating type is converted to an integral type, if the value of the integral part cannot be represented by the integral type the behavior is undefined.
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