Course of Raku / Essentials / Data type conversion / Exercises / Fractional part
Solution: Fractional part
To get the fractional part of a number, you can subtract the integer part, which you can get by casting the number to an Int
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Code
The possible solution is shown below:
my $n = 15.8972;
say $n  $n.Int;
🦋 Find the program in the file fractionalpart.raku.
Output
$ raku exercises/coercion/fractionalpart.raku
0.8972
Comment
Try the same program with negative numbers too, for example:
my $n = 15.8972;
say $n  $n.Int;
In this case, the result should also be correct:
$ raku exercises/coercion/fractionalpart.raku
0.8972
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