I use Boost.Build that in boost_1_35_0, so maybe I have got to use SVN.

I saw the change-set after commited it. :-p

Thank you for your reply.

Sincerely,

Rick Yang

On Sat, May 31, 2008 at 7:02 PM, Jurko Gospodnetiæ <jurko.gospodnetic@docte.hr> wrote:

Hi rick68.

> ECHO [ numbers.log10 1 ] ;

> ECHO [ numbers.log10 12 ] ;

> ECHO [ numbers.log10 123 ] ;

> ECHO [ numbers.log10 1234 ] ;

> ECHO [ numbers.log10 12345 ] ;

> ECHO [ numbers.log10 123456 ] ;

> ECHO [ numbers.log10 1234567 ] ;

> ECHO [ numbers.log10 12345678 ] ;

> ECHO [ numbers.log10 123456789 ] ;

> ECHO [ numbers.log10 1234567890 ] ;

> ECHO [ numbers.log10 12345678900 ] ;

>

> and I got these result:Actually, internal numbers.jam tests contain the following code:

> 1

> 2

> 3

> 4

> 5

> 6

> 7

> 8

> 9

> 11

assert.result 0 : log10 1 ;

assert.result 0 : log10 9 ;

assert.result 1 : log10 10 ;

assert.result 1 : log10 99 ;

assert.result 2 : log10 100 ;

assert.result 2 : log10 101 ;

assert.result 2 : log10 125 ;

assert.result 2 : log10 999 ;

assert.result 3 : log10 1000 ;

assert.result 10 : log10 12345678901 ;

and they all pass using the current trunk version so I do not really

know which version you were using. To run them you can use 'bjam

--debug-module=numbers'.

Also, running your code on that same version I get the following

results: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 which all seem correct.

I remember there being a bug with numbers.log10, but it got fixed

recently. See change-set:

http://svn.boost.org/trac/boost/changeset/45100

It also includes the exact change you are proposing. :-)

Hope this helps.

Best regards,

Jurko Gospodnetiæ

P.S.

Usually it is easier to process your patch if you use the SVN patch

format which also includes information on the exact file revisions they

are comparing.

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