strange behavior of math.sqrt() in new 3.0 version

Eric Kemp eric.kemp at cox.net
Sun Jan 4 03:29:28 CET 2009


Tim Roberts wrote:
> Scott David Daniels <Scott.Daniels at Acm.Org> wrote:
>> I avoid using single-letter variables except where I know the types
>>from the name (so I use i, j, k, l, m, n as integers, s as string,
>> and w, x, y, and z I am a little looser with (but usually float or
>> complex).
> 
> It's amazing to me that Fortran continues to live on in the hearts and
> minds of today's programmers.

Fortran is alive and well.  If you can find a Fortran 2003 compiler, you 
can even use classes.



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