From: Catherine Rees Lay <Cather...@reeslay.demon.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2000 13:35:11 +0100
Local: Thurs, Sep 7 2000 8:35 am
Subject: Re: ? How to have a FORTRAN function emulate flops for desired digits
In article <m23djdm2l6....@vega.qnet.com>, Richard Maine
>Cheng Cosine <acos...@yahoo.com> writes:If you only need it for an example, and can choose your example
>> Richard Maine wrote:
>> > Cheng Cosine <acos...@yahoo.com> writes:
>> > > I'd like to show my student about how limited significant
>> > > digits can effect the flops....
>> > I'm not sure how significant digits effect flops...
>> For example: [elided]
>Oh. I see. Sorry that I misunderstood your usage. I've never seen
>Alas, understanding what you meant by that doesn't help me come up
appropriately, it's relatively easy to cut off at a given number of
decimal places. For n places, multiply by 10**n, convert to integer,
divide by 10**n. If you can live with an example whose largest values
are around 1, this might help.
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