Function floatcmp used to compare float values to each other, to validate the comparison.
This function name starts with a lowercase letter.

(Float:oper1, Float:oper2)
float oper1 The first float value to compare.
float oper2 The second float value to compare.

Return Values:
0 if value does match, 1 if the first value is bigger and -1 if the 2nd value is bigger.

floatcmp(2.0, 2.0); // Returns 0 because they match.
floatcmp(1.0, 2.0) // Returns -1 because the second value is bigger.
floatcmp(2.0, 1.0) // Returns 1 because the first value is bigger.

Related Functions
The following functions may be useful, as they are related to this function in one way or another.
  • float: Converts an integer into a float.
  • floatstr: Converts a string to a float.
  • floatmul: Multiplies two floats with each other.
  • floatdiv: Divide one float by another one.
  • floatadd: Adds two floats together.
  • floatsub: Subtracts one float from another.
  • floatfract: Get the fractional part of a float.
  • floatround: Round a floating point number to an integer value.
  • floatsqroot: Calculates the square root of given value.
  • floatpower: Raises the given value to the power of the exponent.
  • floatlog: Allows you to get the logarithm of a float value.
  • floatsin: Get the sine from a given angle.
  • floatcos: Get the cosine from a given angle.
  • floattan: Get the tangent from a given angle.
  • floatabs: Returns the absolute value of float.