On Feb 26, 2009, at 14:27 , Jon Lang wrote:
Jon Lang wrote:
Brandon S. Allbery wrote:
Jon Lang wrote:
I'm not sold on the notion that Num should represent a range of values


Arguably a range is the only sane meaning of a floating point number.

Perhaps; but a Num is not necessarily a floating point number - at
least, it shouldn't always be.

But that's not the point; it's "can be" that matters, not "must be".

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