Message from discussion Equality failure in <=.
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From: "Robbie Hatley" <see.my.signat...@for.my.contact.info>
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Subject: Re: Equality failure in <=.
Date: Wed, 24 Mar 2010 14:08:04 -0700
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> ... count up in integers and work out the floating point values for
Ok, could do that. In other programs.
In these two, I'm feeling lazy.
Just got them to work using the "+0.0001" thing.
I admit that the "integer" thing sounds like the technically
better way of doing it.
> ... look at those variable names ...
Hey, at least I didn't name them:
I've known programmers that do that. In production code,
for mid-sized corporations, no less. Grrr!
> ... capitalisation conventions ...
For some reason, Piers Anthony comes to mind. I see a flock
of birds, each shaped like a small letter c, rising from
the ground in front of me. I step back, startled, but my
programmer friend beside me says, "don't be alarmed, it's only
a flock of small C-gulls on their way to a Capitalization
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