On 29 Jan 2015, at 3:05am, James K. Lowden <jklow...@schemamania.org> wrote:

> We can make stronger statements than that, can't we?  It's not like
> there's some mystery about it: database and memory share a single
> floating-point format.  
> If the caller uses _bind_double and _column_double, he's storing and
> fetching a 64-bit double.  SQLlite's only job is to collect those 8
> bytes, store them, and return them unmolested.

Ah well, the reason I didn't state this was that I didn't know it.  Thanks for 
the information.

I wonder what happens if you put SQLite on a computer with no native IEEE maths 

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