|Q: if we want to truncate (rather than round) a float to a specified number of digits, how can we do so?|
Palooka answer: Exactly as @lastchance wrote x = (int)( 100 * x ) / 100.0; and as he demonstrated by 'upping' the precision you are well within the 14 or so significant digits represented by a double.
|Why don't you mind your own business.|
You don't know how hurtful your and Borges comments are. I have done nothing here to be anything but constructive and despicable characters like you and him and a few others can't bear it.
You are a bully and one day will cause a great deal of harm to someone. You might even kill someone.
You should be ashamed of yourself taking sides and self righteously taking sides and ganging up.
You are a disgrace as human being. Shame on you.
I dare you to behave like a human instead of being a gutless parasite. Shame on you. You horrible person who has no insight into the consequences of your venomous and cowardly smug behaviour.
|Sociopaths always scurry for cover when they're exposed.|
|No they don't.|