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revised Why do some languages round to the nearest EVEN integer?
.5 is always (.1)₂
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comment Why do some languages round to the nearest EVEN integer?
@svick Good point, .5 is always (.1)₂.
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accepted Why do some languages round to the nearest EVEN integer?
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comment Why do some languages round to the nearest EVEN integer?
@Brilliand That sounds like an interesting idea. Problem I can see in practice would be that randomness is not cheap. But the mathematical implications could be interesting.
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revised Why do some languages round to the nearest EVEN integer?
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asked Why do some languages round to the nearest EVEN integer?
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comment Why do some functional programming languages use a space for function application?
@Doval Actually it should be “schönfinkeling” and “schönfinkeled”. But oh well, history always defines the winner retrospectively.
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comment Does boostrapping limit the achievable speed of the new compiler?
The question was more on a computational theory level. But bullet point 1) would be a good fit to be considered in delnan’s answer.
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comment Does boostrapping limit the achievable speed of the new compiler?
That kind of missed my questions. I changed the OP a bit to make them obvious. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
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comment Does boostrapping limit the achievable speed of the new compiler?
That was enlightning. I fixed my OP up a bit to outline the questions, but based on this answer I’d assume Q1:no, Q2:Yes.