[squeak-dev] Code Jeopardy
ron at usmedrec.com
Wed May 4 17:55:42 UTC 2016
Grr I should have guessed the scaled decimal!
I saw the following emails about the issues you are pointing out.
From: Nicolas Cellier
David you rock...
But search for these in squeak-dev archives (feb 2010):
16rff is looking for a fix :)
Or a lot earlier...
2016-05-04 18:40 GMT+02:00 David T. Lewis <lewis at mail.msen.com>:
This looks like a good opportunity for public humiliation ;-)
I expect an eight element array of ScaledDecimal, each formatted with two
trailing zeros after the decimal point. The first value would be 25 * 16 +
15, and the last value would be 32 * 16 + 15. So I would expect the array
to contain these:
> It's an array. It looks like encoded numbers base 25 through 32 of hex FF
> but not sure about the s2. Because I'm not sure the numbers will evaluate
> it could just error. But let's say I'm wrong and this is something that
> actually does work and I haven't seen it before, base 25-32 FF s2
> this will return an array of numbers.
> Not executing it was difficult :). Looking forward to the answer.
> All the best,
> Ron Teitelbaum
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>> Hi all,
>> without executing, what does the following expression result in?
>> Best regards
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