FuzzyDecimal should be called FuzzyFloat #124

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savingschampion opened this Issue Jan 21, 2014 · 2 comments

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ghost commented Jan 21, 2014

It's confusing because python has both Float and Decimal types as do databases.

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I'm not sure I understand this issue: FuzzyDecimal yields python Decimal objects, as stated by its name.

Could you give an example of unexpected behavior / weird semantics where you're seeing this problem?

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rbarrois commented Jan 21, 2014

I'm not sure I understand this issue: FuzzyDecimal yields python Decimal objects, as stated by its name.

Could you give an example of unexpected behavior / weird semantics where you're seeing this problem?

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ghost Jan 22, 2014

I'm sorry it appeared to me from the examples in the documentation that
it returned python Float objects.
also if that's the case then isn't this tool missing FuzzyFloats?
On 21/01/14 20:17, Raphaël Barrois wrote:

I'm not sure I understand this issue: |FuzzyDecimal| yields python
|Decimal| objects, as stated by its name.

Could you give an example of unexpected behavior / weird semantics
where you're seeing this problem?


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#124 (comment).

ghost commented Jan 22, 2014

I'm sorry it appeared to me from the examples in the documentation that
it returned python Float objects.
also if that's the case then isn't this tool missing FuzzyFloats?
On 21/01/14 20:17, Raphaël Barrois wrote:

I'm not sure I understand this issue: |FuzzyDecimal| yields python
|Decimal| objects, as stated by its name.

Could you give an example of unexpected behavior / weird semantics
where you're seeing this problem?


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#124 (comment).

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