# include <curses.h>

int main()
{
int integral, binaryInt = 0, i = 1;
float binaryFract = 0, k =0.1f, fractional, temp1, binaryTotal, f;

``````printf("***** Convert float to binary *******\n");
printf("\nEnter float value : ");
scanf("%f",&f);

//Separating the integral value from the floating point variable
integral = (int)f;

//Separating the fractional value from the variable
fractional = f - (int)f;

//Loop for converting decimal to binary
while(integral>0)
{
binaryInt = binaryInt + integral % 2 * i;
i = i * 10;
integral = integral / 2;
}
printf("%d",binaryInt);
return 0;
``````

}

in the above code , why does "while loop" give an output of 00 instead of 0 when adding 0+0?

## Comments

• It doesn't.

• but in the above code if we get 0 as product of intregal%2*100 and it gets added to 11 then the answer should be 11 but here we are getting something like 011.

• I cannot replicate your problem, please provide input data.

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