We’re just logging a number, what can go wrong here?

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Under the hood, there are no integers in JavaScript.

All numbers are represented as `64-bit`

floats. This is also known as `double precision`

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`52 bits`

are used to store digits, `11 bits`

serve to track the position of the decimal point, and `1 bit`

holds the sign and determines whether the number is positive or negative.

When there’s not enough “space” to store the whole number, then rounding to the nearest possible integer occurs.

It’s impossible to store the number `9999999999999999`

using `52 bits`

, so the rounding gets rid of the least significant digits which leads to the result of `10000000000000000`

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In JavaScript, no error will be thrown in this case.

If you haven’t quite understood what’s going on here, make sure to read the lecture on **Binary Number System** of my Full Stack JS course
CoderslangJS
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**ANSWER**: `10000000000000000`

will be printed to the screen.