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Re: [Scheme-reports] Numerical example (real? -2.5+0.0i)

Andre van Tonder scripsit:

>> 0.0 just means a number x such that 0 < x < the smallest representable
>> inexact number.
> I think that's a contradiction in terms. :) If inexact numbers like
> 0.0 represent intervals, then the smallest representable inexact
> number is presumably also an interval, and cannot be the endpoint of
> an interval.

Yes.  I should have said "the smallest positive number representable as
a flonum."

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