What Is a Floating Decimal on an Electronic Calculator?

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A floating decimal in electronic calculators is a system of decimal point placement in which the decimal point is free to move automatically across the display. The electronic calculator is designed this way to allow the maximum number of decimal places in the readout. The first electronic calculator was created in the 1960s.
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