Could you please add a link to the email where the PEP was accepted?
On 2015-05-16 10:12 PM, chris.angelico wrote:
https://hg.python.org/peps/rev/f876276ce076 changeset: 5854:f876276ce076 user: Chris Angelico email@example.com date: Sun May 17 12:12:19 2015 +1000 summary: Apply Chris's changes, including an acceptance mark
files: pep-0485.txt | 6 +++--- 1 files changed, 3 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)
diff --git a/pep-0485.txt b/pep-0485.txt --- a/pep-0485.txt +++ b/pep-0485.txt @@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ Version: $Revision$ Last-Modified: $Date$ Author: Christopher Barker Chris.Barker@noaa.gov -Status: Draft +Status: Accepted Type: Standards Track Content-Type: text/x-rst Created: 20-Jan-2015 @@ -391,9 +391,9 @@ The most common use case is expected to be small tolerances -- on order of the default 1e-9. However there may be use cases where a user wants to know if two fairly disparate values are within a particular range of each other: "is a -within 200% (rel_tol = 2.0) of b? In this case, the string test would never +within 200% (rel_tol = 2.0) of b? In this case, the strong test would never indicate that two values are within that range of each other if one of them is -zero. The strong case, however would use the larger (non-zero) value for the +zero. The weak case, however would use the larger (non-zero) value for the test, and thus return true if one value is zero. For example: is 0 within 200% of 10? 200% of ten is 20, so the range within 200% of ten is -10 to +30. Zero falls within that range, so it will return True.
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