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Re: [Scheme-reports] Padding/placeholders (hashes) in numerical syntax
Per Bothner scripsit:
> However, if Obj1 is 1.0f0 and Obj2 is 1.0e0, which are floating-point
> numbers with different precisions, then I would expect this to apply:
> Obj1 and obj2 yield different results (in the sense of
> eqv?) when passed as arguments to any other procedure
> that can be defined as a finite composition of
> Scheme’s standard arithmetic procedures.
That is exactly why I said that Kawa's behavior conforms to R6RS.
> My reading of R6RS suggests "may" is the case. Regardless, the lack of
> specification is a bug in R6RS, which I hope R7RS will fix.
> (eqv? +nan.0 +nan.0) ==> #t is the only result that is compatible
> with "the spirit" of eqv? as I understand it.
I agree; ticket #229 attempts to make it so.
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