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Truncate a fractional value to particular number of bits?
If I have a fractional value, how can I truncate (not round) that to a certain number of bits, like 8? For example, for Pi 3.141569265359... the fractional part is 0.141569265359... ...
Oct 30 '13 at 16:54
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