[swift-evolution] [Review #2] SE-0089: Renaming String.init<T>(_: T)
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Mon Jun 6 09:42:59 CDT 2016
The question regarding FloatingPoint.
Now we have:
var float = 1.0/3.0
var s = "\(float)"
print(s) // 0.333333333333333
What we'll have after the proposal implemented?
As stated in proposal: Standard library types to conform -> The following
standard library types and protocols should be changed to conform to
LosslessStringConvertible -> "FP types should be able to conform. There are
algorithms that are guaranteed to turn IEEE floating point values into a
decimal representation in a reversible way. I don’t think we care about NaN
payloads, but an encoding could be created for them as well."
So, are we going to change what representation the float value will have as
result of string interpolation? If so, how to 'get' this old plain
On 04.06.2016 21:24, Chris Lattner via swift-evolution wrote:
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