On Wed, Mar 5, 2014, at 7:30, Oscar Benjamin wrote:
In C and some other languages the f suffix indicates a numeric literal that has type "float" e.g. "6.0f". You can use upper case there as well but the convention is lower case and to include the .0 when it's an integer. I just though that 3F looks sufficiently distinct from the way it's typically done in C.
How about 3r?
On the subject of suffixes, it might be worth considering that they often use "d" for "double" as well. C# uses "m" (for money) for decimal.