Printing floating points
Joseph Rushton Wakeling
joseph.wakeling at webdrake.net
Wed Jan 27 01:38:38 UTC 2021
On Wednesday, 27 January 2021 at 01:16:40 UTC, Bruce Carneal
> I'd vote for "overweight and almost-certainly-correct" over
> "trim but iffy" if the extra poundage is reasonable which, in
> the non-embedded environments, it appears to be.
> On another note, it looks like ryu was submitted by MS in late
> 2019 for inclusion in libc++. Despite a massive 3 minutes of
> google-fuing, I'm still not sure how far that has gotten but
> the direction seems pretty clear. A large body of others
> believe that ryu is a good way to go and are moving to
> standardize on it.
> It's not a live-or-die issue for me but ryu looks pretty good.
Yup, I'm in complete agreement with you on this. I am curious if
the MS implementation and usage carries the extra weight
described (ryu alone is more lightweight, it's ryu printf that
has the larger tables).
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