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SOLVED - Bad Grammar In A Programming Sense!

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Hi, I get this warning, warning C4305: 'initializing' : truncation from 'double' to 'float' when I use this declaration... float height = 1.83; In the interest of good programming, what's wrong? [EDIT] Using C++/OpenGL & VC++ 2008

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By default, the compiler will treat floating point literals as having type double. If you want them treated as floating literals, you will need to append an f to them:

float height = 1.83f;

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