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Q: Is there a standard function for division using a fractional input in Java? Is there a standard function in Java for a division using a fractional input? For example: An input of 0.1 has to result in 0.1. An input of 0.2 has to result in 0.2 An input of 0.3 has to result in 0.3 An input of 0.4 has to result in 0.4 An input of 0.5 has to result in 1. A floating point division should result in an output of the same type as the input. I know a lot of things use floating point division. But I really need a way of doing the above without floating point. A: No, there is no such standard function in Java. The closest thing you could get is Math.floor(0.1*100) / 10.0. You can’t get every possible value from that, but if you make one of the inputs between 0.1 and 0.8, you’ll get a “nice” value, but if one of them is less than 0.1 or greater than 0.8, you’ll get a long way from the “desired” answer. If you really need a one-to-one mapping, the closest you can get is if you have three factors, representing each of the three possibilities for the middle term, then apply them separately, but of course you’ll only get the 0.1/10/100 result if you have no exceptions, and the 0.2/20/200 result if you do. A: You’re looking for the Math.floor(x) / Math.floor(y) method. If all your inputs are guaranteed to be between 0.1 and 0.9 (or between 0.1 and 1.0) then simply: return (float) Math.floor(x) / (float) Math.floor(y); If not then you’re left to do something more complex, using some of the answers provided in this answer and this one. A: Assuming you mean you want to do floating-point division: float d=0.1f; long r = Math.floor(d*100)/10; Or: double d = 0.1; int i = (int) Math.floor(d*

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