Florian Gross wrote:

> # output
> precision = 5
> result.to_d(precision).to_s("F") # => "0.10467"

Next, on the "for matz to do" angle, we might need a little lecture here on
how easily Ruby will let you wrap your methods up in reusable classes, such
as BizNum. Quite unlike a BASIC...

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