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No that was not a redefinition but a conversion.
C++
int integerValue = 233;
double doubleValue = integerValue; // the integer value is converted to a double
                                   // and stored in the new variable

I am getting a bit confused as to your raw data and what format it takes. If it is in integer form and you need to convert it to double values then you need to use expressions like the above to convert it.

It's a long time since I did any serious maths, so forgive me if I struggle to understand your questions.
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