[Python-Dev] [Python-checkins] r64424 - inpython/trunk:Include/object.h Lib/test/test_sys.pyMisc/NEWSObjects/intobject.c Objects/longobject.cObjects/typeobject.cPython/bltinmodule.c
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Thu Jun 26 23:30:43 CEST 2008
>> Then I'd argue that the feature should be symmetric:
>> If there is support for printing floating point numbers
>> as hex, there should also be support for hex floating
>> point literals.
> I agree with this. Or at least support for hex floating point
> strings, if not literals.
ISTM, that the currently proposed output format gives
us this benefit for free (no changes to the parser).
The format is already close to the C99 notation
but replaces the 'p' with '* 2.0 **' which I find to
be both readable and self-explanatory.
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