A Node.js Perspective on MongoDB 3.4: Decimal Type

MongoDB 3.2 supports 3 numeric types: 32 bit integers, 64 bit integers, and 64 bit binary floating points. MongoDB 3.4 introduces a
4th type: 128 bit decimal floating point, also
known as “decimal” or “Decimal128”. The decimal type provides a workaround f…

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