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float() function returns a
Boolean value indicating whether a mobile device supports
floating-point numbers and operations. Here is an example:
supportFloatType = Lang.float();
If the mobile device supports floating-point numbers and operations,
the supportFloatType variable will contain the value true.
Note that if the return value of the float() function is false,
the functions listed below will not work and all of them will return
the invalid value if they are called:
All functions in the Float standard library
isFloat() function of the Lang standard library
parseFloat() function of the Lang standard library
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