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Wed Jan 1 20:09:45 UTC 2020
On Wednesday, 1 January 2020 at 18:16:01 UTC, Vitaly Livshic
> Thanks Steve, JN.
> JN, BigInt is big integer. It cannot works with fractional
> numbers. It is sadly, that wide-spread languages have no
> convinient money type. This is abnormal.
> Hope, D will have fixed point type either as built-in type or
> It cannot works with fractional numbers.
Nothing can give you a better answer if your fraction is 176/100.
You can always convert from int to some other type without losing
precision on the initial calculations if you're in a situation
where you want to calculate the per-unit cost for 37 units that
cost a total of $500.17.
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