How to truncate/round-off decimal numbers?
per9000 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 21 09:44:57 CEST 2006
just a thought: if you *always* work with "floats" with two decimals,
you are in fact working with integers, but you represent them as a
floats - confusing for the internal representation.
So why not work with int(float * 100) instead? This way you only have
to take care of roundoffs etc when dividing.
"int (+|-|*) int" = int
"int / int" = int / int + int % int
Integers are nice, me like integers.
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