## Microsoft Interview Question for SDE1s

Team: Office365
Country: India
Interview Type: In-Person

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0.5 is hardly any integer... Was it doubles or decimals?

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String.valueOf()

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String.valueOf(<integer value>)

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std: :string s = std: :to_string(<int value>)

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"0"

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If you want to do this without libraries, it isn't easy for float numbers because even something like 20.04 will turn into 20.03999999999
If someone can find a way to fix the lines with my 'problems with rounding here' comments, this algorithm will work:

``````function toStr(num) {
var n = Math.abs(num);
var intPart = Math.floor(n);
var floatPart = n - intPart; // problems with rounding here

var intResult = [];
while (intPart > 0) {
intResult.unshift(String(intPart % 10));
intPart = Math.floor(intPart / 10);
}

var floatResult = [];
while (floatPart > 0) {
floatPart *= 10;
var floatDigit = Math.floor(floatPart);
if (floatDigit >= 1) {
floatResult.push(String(floatDigit));
floatPart -= floatDigit;  // problems with rounding here
} else {
floatResult.push('0');
}
}
var result = intResult.slice();
if (floatResult.length > 0) {
result.push('.');
Array.prototype.push.apply(result, floatResult);
}
if (num < 0) {
result.unshift('-');
}
return result;
}``````

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