Erik Max Francis
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Mon Jul 23 08:36:51 CEST 2001
Moshe Zadka wrote:
> It does? I fail to see why people assume that operations *have* to
> the type of their operands.
It's not a requirement, but integer division is very frequently used.
An operation that's closed on the types of its arguments is always easy
to understand, consistent with many other programming languages that do
such integer division, and is already the way things work.
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