Rediculous problem?! Assigning a fraction to a double variable

Tzo here,

I'm having trouble with a rediculous problem; an extrodinarily simple assignment and or creation statement.

Basically i can't get my type double variable to equal a simple fraction like 1/6,

however rediculous that may sound even worse so is the fact that there's a working double using more complex variables just above it in the code.

I've tried just about every work round i could think of to make this go but i'm still getting the same stupid results.

Code:

`double temp = 0;`

for (int i = 0; i < intDrawn; i++)

{

temp += 1/(Double.valueOf(Integer.toString(intBalls))-i);

}//end for loop

dblWin = 1-temp/intDrawn;

System.out.println(temp);

double temp2 = 1/6; //1/dblWin;

System.out.println("temp2 " + temp2);

dblLose = Math.pow(temp2, (1/6));

This outputs:

0.15246253168108626

temp2 0.0

As u can see in the for loop i had already had some trouble with the double variable befor however i found a work around that worked.

Any insight into the problem and or solution would be appreciated.