Decimal Anomaly 2
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Decimal Anomaly 2

Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 15:40:15 GMT

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> > Not true, YOU are the ONLY person that has run cases..

> You know that that is a false statement, as your postings show:

> and you even replied to it twice.

> <snip>  irrelevant stuff NOT about my decimal routines..

Very relevant to your "decimal" routines.

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>> you said my routines only have 11 digit accuracy .

That's right.
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> > > a = '123456789.00'
> > > b = '.0149999999999999'         ! invoke .xx truncation
> > > c = Dadd(a,b,2)
> > > write (*,*) c                   ! outputs 123456789.02

> > > Rounds up when it shouldn't.

Mon, 14 Mar 2005 22:32:02 GMT
Decimal Anomaly 2

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> Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 15:40:15 GMT

> > > Not true, YOU are the ONLY person that has run cases..

> > You know that that is a false statement, as your postings show:

> > and you even replied to it twice.

> > <snip>  irrelevant stuff NOT about my decimal routines..

> Very relevant to your "decimal" routines.

Post a clip from his replies that show him questioning my decimal routines,
YOU CANT,  so STFU

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> >> you said my routines only have 11 digit accuracy .
> That's right.

> > > > a = '123456789.00'
> > > > b = '.0149999999999999'         ! invoke .xx truncation
> > > > c = Dadd(a,b,2)
> > > > write (*,*) c                   ! outputs 123456789.02

> > > > Rounds up when it shouldn't.

My very first message in topic "Why the Decimal support fuss"  said that
QUAD precision could duplicate PLI COBOL 33 decimal digit results,  I have
REPEATEDLY said that you havent posted ANYTHING that  QUAD precision would
have problems duplicating,   so STFU ...

Tue, 15 Mar 2005 04:54:25 GMT
Decimal Anomaly 2

Quote:

> > Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 15:40:15 GMT

> > > > Not true, YOU are the ONLY person that has run cases..

> > > You know that that is a false statement, as your postings show:

> > > Here is one who commented about your decimal routines-
> > > and you even replied to it twice.

> > > <snip>  irrelevant stuff NOT about my decimal routines..

> > Very relevant to your "decimal" routines.

> Post a clip from his replies that show him questioning my decimal routines,
> YOU CANT,  so STFU

He did.  Sounds like you ought to retire from the scene.

Quote:
> > >> you said my routines only have 11 digit accuracy .
> > That's right.

> > > > > a = '123456789.00'
> > > > > b = '.0149999999999999'         ! invoke .xx truncation
> > > > > c = Dadd(a,b,2)
> > > > > write (*,*) c                   ! outputs 123456789.02

> > > > > Rounds up when it shouldn't.

> My very first message in topic "Why the Decimal support fuss"  said that
> QUAD precision could duplicate PLI COBOL 33 decimal digit results,  I have
> REPEATEDLY said that you havent posted ANYTHING that  QUAD precision would
> have problems duplicating,   so STFU ...

Have you actually posted anything showing 33 significant digits?
And tried any of the above cases with up to 33 digits?

Wed, 16 Mar 2005 17:55:31 GMT
Decimal Anomaly 2

Quote:

Florida
> > > Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 15:40:15 GMT

> > > > > Not true, YOU are the ONLY person that has run cases..

> > > > You know that that is a false statement, as your postings show:

> > > > Here is one who commented about your decimal routines-
> > > > and you even replied to it twice.

> > > > <snip>  irrelevant stuff NOT about my decimal routines..

> > > Very relevant to your "decimal" routines.

> > Post a clip from his replies that show him questioning my decimal
routines,
> > YOU CANT,  so STFU

> He did.  Sounds like you ought to retire from the scene.

Prove it by quoting him,  else  STFU..

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> > > >> you said my routines only have 11 digit accuracy .
> > > That's right.

> > > > > > a = '123456789.00'
> > > > > > b = '.0149999999999999'         ! invoke .xx truncation
> > > > > > c = Dadd(a,b,2)
> > > > > > write (*,*) c                   ! outputs 123456789.02

> > > > > > Rounds up when it shouldn't.

> > My very first message in topic "Why the Decimal support fuss"  said that
> > QUAD precision could duplicate PLI COBOL 33 decimal digit results,  I
have
> > REPEATEDLY said that you havent posted ANYTHING that  QUAD precision
would
> > have problems duplicating,   so STFU ...

> Have you actually posted anything showing 33 significant digits?
> And tried any of the above cases with up to 33 digits?

Have you?  If not STFU...

Wed, 16 Mar 2005 18:29:14 GMT
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Wed, 16 Mar 2005 21:54:00 GMT
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Thu, 17 Mar 2005 02:17:09 GMT
Decimal Anomaly 2
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On Sat, 28 Sep 2002 18:17:09 GMT, "David Frank"
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