Zdenek Kotala wrote:
> Neil Conway wrote:
> > So, are there any corresponding benefits to providing both FP and
> > integer datetimes? AFAIK the following differences in user-visible
> > behavior exist:
> > 
> There should be also problem with floating point implementation on 
> client and server side. For example if somebody use floating point 
> optimalization (-fast switch in Sun Studio) for server compilation and 
> client will be connected from another machine with standard floating 
> point behavior. Result could be wrong.

What?  We don't pass float as a binary to clients.  The client can be
any OS.

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