[chuck-users] negative zero
signal.automatique at gmail.com
Sun Mar 1 01:02:53 EST 2009
> It's weirdness, but I can't imagine a program in any language I know
> of actually having trouble parsing -0.0.
Aren't situations like this the reason why we have standards for the
representation of floating point numbers? I seem to remember something like
Ah, here it is;
Negative zero is a part of that standard. Sticking to that standard, even if
it's slightly weird, will probably prevent issues more than cause them, I'd
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