V3041. The expression was implicitly cast from integer type to real type. Consider utilizing an explicit type cast to avoid the loss of a fractional part.
V3041 The expression was implicitly cast from 'int' type to 'float' type. Consider utilizing an explicit type cast to avoid the loss of a fractional part. An example: double A = (double)(X) / Y;. Atf.Gui.OpenGL.vs2010 ArcBallCameraController.cs 216
private Vec3F ProjectToArcball(Point point)
{
float x = (float)point.X / (m_width / 2); // <=
float y = (float)point.Y / (m_height / 2); // <=
x = x - 1;
y = 1 - y;
if (x < -1)
x = -1;
else if (x > 1)
x = 1;
if (y < -1)
y = -1;
else if (y > 1)
y = 1;
....
}
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V3041 The expression was implicitly cast from 'int' type to 'double' type. Consider utilizing an explicit type cast to avoid the loss of a fractional part. An example: double A = (double)(X) / Y;. SiliconStudio.TextureConverter AtlasTexLibrary.cs 422
private void QuickSort(List<TexImage> list, int left, int right)
{
int i = left;
int j = right;
double pivotValue = ((left + right) / 2);
int x = list[(int)pivotValue].DataSize;
....
}
V3041 The expression was implicitly cast from 'int' type to 'double' type. Consider utilizing an explicit type cast to avoid the loss of a fractional part. An example: double A = (double)(X) / Y;. Accord.Audio Tools.cs 158
public static double GetSpectralResolution(int samplingRate,
int samples)
{
return samplingRate / samples;
}
V3041 The expression was implicitly cast from 'int' type to 'double' type. Consider utilizing an explicit type cast to avoid the loss of a fractional part. An example: double A = (double)(X) / Y;. Accord.Math Tools.cs 137
public static int GreatestCommonDivisor(int a, int b)
{
int x = a - b * (int)Math.Floor((double)(a / b));
while (x != 0)
{
a = b;
b = x;
x = a - b * (int)Math.Floor((double)(a / b));
}
return b;
}
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V3041 The expression was implicitly cast from 'long' type to 'float' type. Consider utilizing an explicit type cast to avoid the loss of a fractional part. An example: double A = (double)(X) / Y;. CommunicationsUtilities.cs 615
private static long s_lastLoggedTicks = DateTime.UtcNow.Ticks;
....
internal static void Trace(....)
{
....
long now = DateTime.UtcNow.Ticks;
float millisecondsSinceLastLog =
(float)((now - s_lastLoggedTicks)/10000L);
....
}
V3041 The expression was implicitly cast from 'int' type to 'double' type. Consider utilizing an explicit type cast to avoid the loss of a fractional part. An example: double A = (double)(X) / Y;. LDA Utilities.cs 74
public static void CreateTrueThetaAndPhi(....)
{
....
double expectedRepeatOfTopicInDoc = averageDocLength / numUniqueTopicsPerDoc;
....
int cnt = Poisson.Sample(expectedRepeatOfTopicInDoc);
....
}
V3041 The expression was implicitly cast from 'int' type to 'double' type. Consider utilizing an explicit type cast to avoid the loss of a fractional part. An example: double A = (double)(X) / Y;. Runtime ProductExp.cs 137
public static NonconjugateGaussian BAverageLogarithm(....)
{
....
double v_opt = 2 / 3 * (Math.Log(mx * mz / Ex2 / 2) - m);
if (v_opt != v)
{
....
}
....
}
V3041 [CWE-682] The expression was implicitly cast from 'int' type to 'float' type. Consider utilizing an explicit type cast to avoid the loss of a fractional part. An example: double A = (double)(X) / Y;. ImageHelpers.cs 1119
public static void Pixelate(Bitmap bmp, int pixelSize)
{
....
float r = 0, g = 0, b = 0, a = 0;
float weightedCount = 0;
for (int y2 = y; y2 < yLimit; y2++)
{
for (int x2 = x; x2 < xLimit; x2++)
{
ColorBgra color = unsafeBitmap.GetPixel(x2, y2);
float pixelWeight = color.Alpha / 255; // <=
r += color.Red * pixelWeight;
g += color.Green * pixelWeight;
b += color.Blue * pixelWeight;
a += color.Alpha * pixelWeight;
weightedCount += pixelWeight;
}
}
....
ColorBgra averageColor = new ColorBgra((byte)(b / weightedCount),
(byte)(g / weightedCount), (byte)(r / weightedCount),
(byte)(a / pixelCount));
....
}
V3041 The expression was implicitly cast from 'int' type to 'double' type. Consider utilizing an explicit type cast to avoid the loss of a fractional part. An example: double A = (double)(X) / Y;. LiveTvManager.cs 1085
private async Task RefreshChannelsInternal(....)
{
....
double progressPerService = _services.Length == 0
? 0
: 1 / _services.Length;
....
}
V3041 The expression was implicitly cast from 'int' type to 'double' type. Consider utilizing an explicit type cast to avoid the loss of a fractional part. An example: double A = (double)(X) / Y;. StormsEye.cs 87
public static void Gain( Mobile from, Skill skill )
{
....
if ( from.Player &&
( skills.Total / skills.Cap ) >= Utility.RandomDouble())
....
}