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Python does not have C-float as a native type (see here), but only C-double. This means that when you do something like:

a = 1.2

a is mapped to the C equivalent of double. Therefore loss-of-precision issues might arise when both C and python nodes access the same parameter.

I think that using as few native types as possible is a good choice, as it limits problems related to inter-languages compatibility.