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5. Which of following is true in Swift?

 [CORRECT ANSWER] Float represents 32-bit Floating Point Number [CORRECT ANSWER] Double represents 64-bit Floating Point Number [CORRECT ANSWER] Swift infers floating point number to be a Double Swift infers floating point number to be a Float

Results
Correct Answer: Float represents 32-bit Floating Point Number; Double represents 64-bit Floating Point Number; Swift infers floating point number to be a Double;
Explanation
Double has larger precision and is chosen as the type when a variable is declared by assigning a floating point number literal.
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