July 18, 2004
Walter: I found the std.math.mfreq( real x, real y, real precision ) function to be very useful in the unittesting of real values in my current project, could you make it a public function? Cause I think others will find as useful as I have (plus I wouldn't have to copy it locally, just to change it from a private function to public one). :P

Also are there any rounding type functions in Phobos, I've been looking around in the code, and thus far I haven't seen any.


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July 18, 2004
"David L. Davis" <SpottedTiger@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:cdcfol$1pk9$1@digitaldaemon.com...
> Walter: I found the std.math.mfreq( real x, real y, real precision )
function to
> be very useful in the unittesting of real values in my current project,
could
> you make it a public function? Cause I think others will find as useful as
I
> have (plus I wouldn't have to copy it locally, just to change it from a
private
> function to public one). :P

mfreq() is, frankly, a lousy function. I don't want to enshrine it and thereby have it live forever <g>. A properly written one would interpret the 'precision' as the number of bits in the mantissa that should match.


> Also are there any rounding type functions in Phobos, I've been looking
around
> in the code, and thus far I haven't seen any.

You can use any of the ones from C99's math.h.


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