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Double Precision Constants

  A double precision constant has a similar form to a real constant but it must contain an exponent but using the letter ``D" in place of "E" even if the exponent is zero. Some examples of double precision constants are:
3.14159265358987D0 1.0D-12 -3.652564D+02

Helen Rowlands