Hi,

Am Freitag, 31. Aug 2007, 17:03:38 +0900 schrieb Daniel DeLorme:
>> Unfortunately, there is no easy solution to this problem. Here is a
>> catalog of often proposed solutions and why they do not work:
>
> But it would fix 99% of problems. It would be worth it just for the sake of 
> reducing those questions on the list :-P
>
> Seriously though, since floating point calculations are approximative to 
> start with, what would be wrong with making them more intuitive 
> approximations? IMHO Float should use the above algorithm for == and 
> reserve normal floating point arithmetic for eql?

I alway liked it to be forced to decide what are countable
dimensions and what are continuous ones. This made my
programming style much clearer.

Bertram


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