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Solidworks 2007 Sp0.0 Crack

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C++ Decimal Point Issue

I am working on a project in which I need to create a loop that will apply a certain probability to an integer. For example, I will take a number, and give it a value between 0 to 100. I will then apply a probability to the value, and then output the value. If the probability is a fraction, then it will take the floor function. For example, if the probability is 50%, then I will output the value with floor (value/100 * 100). If the probability is 25%, then I will output the value with floor (value/200 * 100).
The problem is, it is not subtracting as expected. For example, if I input 1, I get 49 as output instead of 50. This problem occurs even when I input 0 and return 1.
I have a function called Probability that takes in two arguments: the int and a floating point percentage. It returns a random value between 0 to 100. For example, if the probability was 50%, then it would return a random value between 0 and 50.
Then I have a function called ApplyRandomProbability that takes in a floating point percentage, multiplies it to a number, and then applies the probability. The percentage must be a decimal point. If the percentage is 1/5, then the random probability is applied and the integer becomes 0. If the percentage is 0.2, then the random probability is applied and the integer becomes 100.

using namespace std;

void Probability(int & randInt, float & randFloat);
void ApplyRandomProbability(float & probabilities, int & num);

int main() {

int myInt;
float myFloat;

cout > myInt;
cout > myFloat;

Probability(myInt, myFloat);


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