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The Fixed Datatype is a very accurate datatype, but inefficient in memory storage. Since it does not utilize [[Float|floating]] points, each bit must be separately encoded.
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The '''fixed''' [[datatype]] is a very accurate datatype, but is inefficient in memory storage. Since it does not utilize [[float]]ing points, each bit must be separately encoded.
  
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Latest revision as of 22:20, 12 December 2008

The fixed datatype is a very accurate datatype, but is inefficient in memory storage. Since it does not utilize floating points, each bit must be separately encoded.

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