rubys at intertwingly.net
Thu Sep 18 07:54:09 PDT 2008
2008/9/17 Mark S. Miller <erights at google.com>:
>> If that is the case then 1.5m / 10.0 != 1.5 / 10.0, and thus it seems
>> wrong for 1.5m and 1.5 to be '==='.
> 0/-0 != 0/0. Does it thus seem wrong that -0 === 0?
Just so that I'm clear what you point is, It is worth noting that 42/0
!= 42/0, yet hopefully we all agree that 42 === 42.
Perhaps the example that you were looking for 1/0 != 1/-0 ?
> Well, yes, actually it does seem wrong to me, but we all accept that
> particular wrongness. This is just more of the same.
"just" is a powerful word. Use sparingly.
- Sam Ruby
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