Hrounding error

casevh casevh at
Wed Jun 18 18:57:02 CEST 2008

> So it seems then that python might not be very good for doing
> precision floating point work, because there is a good chance its
> floating points will be off by a (very small) amount?  Or is there a
> way to get around this and be guaranteed an accurate answer?- Hide quoted text -

It's not a Python problem. That is just the behavior for floating-
point arithmetic.


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