Exponential notation

DataStax Enterprise supports exponential notation. This example shows the use of exponential notation in the double and float values.

CREATE TABLE cycling.team_race_time (
  id text PRIMARY KEY,
  value_double double,
  value_float float
);
INSERT INTO cycling.team_race_time (
  id, value_float, value_double
) VALUES (
  'Rabobank-Liv Woman Cycling Team', 2.6034345E+38, 2.6034345E+38
);
SELECT *
FROM cycling.team_race_time;

Output:

 id                              | value_double | value_float
---------------------------------+--------------+-------------
 Rabobank-Liv Woman Cycling Team |   2.6034e+38 |  2.6034e+38

(1 rows)

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