On 9/14/12 3:36 PM, Becca MacKenzie wrote:
So a friend of mine just started learning Racket and was wondering if
there's a particular reason why the modulo function in racket only takes
in integers? He wrote his own mod function to take in other things but
he was just wondering what the
At Fri, 14 Sep 2012 23:45:43 -0500,
Robby Findler wrote:
The original message in this thread suggests that there is a type
Single-Flonum and that it is making Neil wrangle his code to be
careful about it.
Right, TR supports `Single-Flonum's, but not `f32vector's.
Part of the complexity in
For the record, I've always just defined my own modulo when I need it
; A modulo operator for floats!
(define (float-modulo p q)
(- p (* q (truncate (/ p q)
It doesn't properly handle negative numbers though.
David Van Horn dvanh...@ccs.neu.edu writes:
On 9/14/12 3:36 PM,
Thanks for the explanation. I see how this is not a typed-specific
problem (indeed, it is probably a Good Thing that TR helps us be
careful about this distinction when it matters).
At this point, I'm still left wondering if Single-Flonums are good for
anything, but I can imagine that they are
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