How SQL Server stores data types: floating points

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In this post we are looking at how SQL Server stores floating point values (FLOAT and REAL). If you’d like to read the previous posts in this series of how SQL Server stores data types, you can do so here: Bit columns Dates and times Integers and decimals Money Floating point values If an integer
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