What is the difference between long and double?
Long is a signed 64-bit integer value and Double is a 64-bit floating-point value.
A simple answer is that double is only accurate to 15-16 total digits, as opposed to long which (as an integer type) has an absolute accuracy within an explicit digit limit, in this case, 19 digits.
1. LONG stores numbers as numeric values, including decimal, fractional, and whole numbers
2. DOUBLE stores double-precision floating-point number values. STRING stores alphanumeric characters as text
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