2.1.1 Numeric types

Define: Float

Represents a double-precision IEEE 64-bit floating point number.

Define: Int

Represents an integral number.

While every Int can be used where a Float is expected (that is, Int is assignable to or unifies with Float), the reverse is not true: Assigning a Float to an Int might lose precision and is not allowed implicitly.

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