"Strong typing vs. strong testing"

Gregory Ewing greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz
Wed Oct 13 08:56:24 CEST 2010

RG wrote:
> Even an interest 
> rate of 0.1 radians makes sense if for some unfathomable reason you want 
> to visualize your interest payment as the relative length of a line 
> segment and an arc.

It could even be quite reasonable if you're presenting it
as a segment of a pie graph.

For what it's worth, the GST rate here recently increased
from 0.7853 to 0.9425 radians. :-)


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