Operatoren und Datentypen [ID:144] (5/14)

in series: Einführung in die Programmierung mit Python

video tutorial by Lucas Holland and mro, added 03/07

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In dieser Episode geht es um Operatoren und Datentypen, die eine Grundlage für die weiteren Episoden bilden.

Uploaded on 7th February 2007, running time 10 minutes.

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5. http://www.acicb.pt/forum/articles/sd_card/free_mac_data_recovery_software_for_windows.html Thu, 15 Apr 2010 14:36

Good video, but: some of the operators used were barely visible, such as the modulooperator. It would be better, if you could actually say which sign your are using. same goes for brackets, just say which type do you use.

4. anonymous Mon, 15 Jun 2009 04:45

Sehr ausführlich erläutert

Auf das Problem bin ich bisher noch nicht gestoßen, aber ein bisschen suchen in der Python-Dokumentation hat zu diesen beiden Seiten geführt:



Grundsätzlich wird dort erklärt, dass das Problem in der Umrechnung der Binärdaten liegt und aus mathematisch-technischen Gründen die beste Möglichkeit "2.4" als float anzuzeigen die mit den vielen Nachkommastellen ist. Es scheint keine wirklich elegante Lösung zu geben, aber der zweite Link ist doch recht interessant.

Hallo. Danke schön für Tutorial. Ich habe eine Frage. Warum gibt es für float("2.4") ein 2.39999.. und nicht 2.40000 so wie wäre erwartet?.

3+5 =5 ???

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