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In mathematics and computing, a radix point is the symbol used in numerical representations to separate the integer part of a number from its fractional part. "Radix point" applies to all number bases. In base 10 notation, the radix point is more commonly called the decimal point, where the prefix deci- implies base 10. Similarly, the term "binary point" is used for base 2.

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