Oh! Just found that common lisp used these for types:
- s = short
- f = single
- d = double
- l = long
Is this still true for Racket?
On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 11:25 AM, Ben Greenman <benjaminlgreen...@gmail.com>
> Just confused, is there any reason that 'd' 'e' 'f' 's' 'l' are all
> accepted as exp-mark s?
> Before I came here I asked Wolfram Alpha. It says:
> - 3d3 is probably "3 dice with 3 sides each" and prints a histogram of
> - 3e3 is 3000. (Phew)
> - 3f3 is probably "3 degrees farenheit, cubed". No histogram.
> - 3s3 is probably "3 seconds cubed". But it also offers to find roots for
> "y = 3f3".
> - 3l3 is "fruit fly gene".
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