On Oct 22, 6:42 pm, John Joyce <dangerwillrobinsondan... / gmail.com>
wrote:
> floating point math is always like this.
> Any language or framework that purports to have no trouble with it is
> actually using objects (or structs) consisting of integers for each
> of its aspects. All of the aspects are assembled.

Yes, I know the troubles with floating point. I think what I found
most interesting was a number that claimed to be 19.76 when it
actually wasn't, simply because it's more convenient (?) to display it
as such.

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-yossef