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From: Joel Eidsath (jeidsath_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-09-06 18:58:39

>Thats true but irrelevant, because you cant tell, given only the resulting
>floating point representation, whether your
> floating-point value is representing an approximation to some value which may
>be rational or itrrational or alternatively is an exact representation of a
>rational value.
And so...? I fail to see your point. Are you trying to support the
original poster who said just to use boost::rational?

Joel Eidsath

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