# Digits after the decimal point

It’s also possible to convert floating-point variables to integers by removing everything that comes after the decimal point. To do that we can write:

```
num = 43243.6350207935
res = int(num)
print(res, num)
```

This program would print

`43243 43243.6350207935`

. So, the `res`

is an integer, while `num`

is a floating-point value. Challenge

Given a floating-point number, remove the digits before the decimal point.

Input | Output |

875.2345 | 0.2345 |

57351.976 | 0.976 |

#### Constraints

Time limit: 2 seconds

Memory limit: 512 MB

Output limit: 1 MB