Numbers

A number in Dyon is a variable that stores floats with 64 bit precision. The type is f64.

a := 1
b := .5
c := 2.5
d := -3
e := 1_000_000
f := 1e6
g := -7_034.52e-22

You can add, subtract, multiply, divide, take the power and find the division reminder:

a := 2
b := a + 3
c := a - 3
d := a * 3
e := a^3
f := a / 3
g := a % 3

Relative change

The following operators change the value relatively:

a += 1 // increase by 1
a -= 1 // declare by 1
a *= 2 // multiply by 2
a /= 2 // divide by 2
a %= 2 // find division reminder of 2

Comments

Some thing you might have noticed:

  • f64 is used by both Rust and Dyon
  • "One million" can be written as 1_000_000 or 1e6