issue-#124 Range-check for SHORT(ENTIER(real))

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Re: issue-#124 Range-check for SHORT(ENTIER(real))

Postby Josef Templ » Mon Aug 29, 2016 5:42 pm

luowy wrote:
Josef Templ wrote:nonsense

do you have the basic courtesy and mutual respect with each other?
your work is work, my work is work also.
you are not my boss, I'm not your employee!
why you say this kind words again and again like a king ?
are you tring to imitate Linus Torvalds ?


Nonsense, in this context, is not a bad word.
A bad word would be if I say "You are a moron", but I don't say that and I don't think that.
But this is Torwald's language. I am only talking about wrong approaches
not about persons.

What would be the most polite way to say that something is very wrong?

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Re: issue-#124 Range-check for SHORT(ENTIER(real))

Postby cfbsoftware » Mon Aug 29, 2016 9:46 pm

What would be the most polite way to say that something is very wrong

Say that *you believe* that there are problems and explain what they are and why you believe they are problems. Unless of course the proposal is indisputably "nonsense" to any sane person.
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Re: issue-#124 Range-check for SHORT(ENTIER(real))

Postby luowy » Wed Aug 31, 2016 12:55 am

Bullshit is a one of synonyms for nonsence. It has more meanings.
No further explanation is needed.There are all kinds of bird in the wood.
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Re: issue-#124 Range-check for SHORT(ENTIER(real))

Postby cfbsoftware » Mon Sep 12, 2016 8:30 am

Robert wrote:The in-line BlackBox results are much better than the C# results.

What seems to be happening is that BlackBox is carrying all intermediate results to 80 bits, whereas C# is carrying them to 64.

(Sorry about the delayed reply but things have been hectic here recently)

I suspect the variables were declared as double in your C# version. double is a 64-bit data type and all intermediate results would have used 64 bits. However, C# has a built-in decimal data type which is a 128-bit data type which you can use if you want greater precision. I tried your example with the variables declared as decimal and got the following result for both x and y:

0.3333333333333330
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Re: issue-#124 Range-check for SHORT(ENTIER(real))

Postby Robert » Mon Mar 06, 2017 7:26 pm

Since we decided to handle this issue by updating the PSI document, should this issue now have its status changed to "Closed", and this topic moved to "Rejected"?
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Re: issue-#124 Range-check for SHORT(ENTIER(real))

Postby Josef Templ » Mon Mar 06, 2017 7:59 pm

Robert wrote:Since we decided to handle this issue by updating the PSI document, should this issue now have its status changed to "Closed", and this topic moved to "Rejected"?


A clear Yes from my side. This issue has been discussed extensively and
the docu has been extended significantly.

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Re: issue-#124 Range-check for SHORT(ENTIER(real))

Postby Ivan Denisov » Tue Mar 07, 2017 12:33 am

The status also should be "Rejected". Otherwise it will come to the "changeslist" file during our CI system settings.
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Re: issue-#124 Range-check for SHORT(ENTIER(real))

Postby Robert » Tue Mar 07, 2017 7:49 pm

Ivan Denisov wrote:The status also should be "Rejected". Otherwise it will come to the "changeslist" file during our CI system settings.

According to my drop-down the options are: "New", "In Progress", "Resolved", & "Closed", which is why I suggested "Closed" as the most suitable.

On a similar, but different, subject I think it would be useful to have an option like "Dormant". This could be applied to issues like #31 (Opened files damage), which we do not want to close, but there has been no activity for 6 months, and none is expected soon. This would help us manage the list of active topics.
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Re: issue-#124 Range-check for SHORT(ENTIER(real))

Postby Ivan Denisov » Tue Mar 14, 2017 12:05 pm

Robert wrote:On a similar, but different, subject I think it would be useful to have an option like "Dormant". This could be applied to issues like #31 (Opened files damage), which we do not want to close, but there has been no activity for 6 months, and none is expected soon. This would help us manage the list of active topics.


The "Dormant" status was added. And also I found how to set full permissions for all developers to change statuses.
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