GYULAI Mihaly <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> It would be better to have those numbers in metric also as rounded
> values, for example 760 m (2500 feet), 2400 m (8000 feet). (or maybe
> we can give 750 m and 2500 m)
> What do you think? Can it be easily implemented?
I think it's a good idea. I haven't tried yet, but I think it'll be
easy to implement. We'll probably need a function that takes two
arguments: a float that should be rounded, and a number that tells it
how many decimal-places to use. It should work like this:
round(12345.678, 2) // 12345.68
round(12345.678, 0) // 12346
round(12345.678, -2) // 12300
Does that make any sense?
> I think that such numbers are rounded officially, because we can
> handle round numbers more easily...
> That's why it would be also better to have round numbers in metric,
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