# Can anyone express the number 215 in the 32-bit floating point format IEEE-754 [closed]

i would be most grateful if you could solve this question

Thank you

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1000011010101110000000000000000, proof techniques? – Pål GD Jan 28 at 21:21
Would you please explain how you solved – Dionysus Jan 28 at 21:22
Java: Integer.toBinaryString(Float.floatToIntBits(215)). Obviously, you'll have to check it for yourself. – Pål GD Jan 28 at 21:41
This can be solved by hand looking at the IEEE floating point standards, or by writing a small program, or... No reason to ask here. – vonbrand Jan 28 at 21:44

## closed as off topic by Pål GD, Raphael♦Jan 28 at 23:49

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