[chuck-users] Problem with mixed float int lists
haberg at math.su.se
Wed Dec 9 16:52:36 EST 2009
The rule that 'chuck' seems to use on explicit lists is to look at the
first entry. If that number is without a decimal point, the list is of
type int, if has one, it is float.
It would be easy to fix: look at all entries, and set it to int
exactly when all numbers are without a decimal point.
One then still has to write separate function arguments of types
float and int. A second rule might be that if an function argument
of type int isn't defined in function argument overloading, passing
an int list to an argument of type float will convert it.
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