Liberty BASIC defaults to integer arithmetic unless you do something that produces a floating point result. For example:

a =3+4'integer calculationfor x =1to10'integer calculation

Floating Point

Or floating point:

a =0.3+0.4'floating point

Convert Float to Integer

If a floating point result has a zero fractional part (this doesn't happen too often), then LB will convert it to an integer number on assignment. This is dependent on the math processor, and probably other variables.

## Integer Arithmetic

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## Integer

Liberty BASIC defaults to integer arithmetic unless you do something that produces a floating point result. For example:## Floating Point

Or floating point:## Convert Float to Integer

If a floating point result has a zero fractional part (this doesn't happen too often), then LB will convert it to an integer number on assignment. This is dependent on the math processor, and probably other variables.-Carl