Tyl Programming Language
▶ REAL NUMBERS
Real number is any number in the range: (-∞, ∞).
Consider this program:
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 weight 10.75
print weight
10.75
First we assign the real value: 10.75, to the weight real variable. The decimal point: '.', is mandatory, for the system to treat a numeric value as a real number.
The result of a mathematical operation between two numbers will be real, if one of them is real.

Consider this:
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 one_divided_by_real_two 1 / 2.0
print one_divided_by_real_two
0.5