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Discrepancy in Documentation About 'f128 Type-Suffix #10213
There seems to be a discrepancy in User Manual: Numerical constants section regarding the
It's mentioned in the type suffixes Table, but it's missing in the "BNF-like" form definition (that precedes the table) where it's not mentioned at all. One of the two seems wrong.
I've come across this while editing a syntax highlighter definition for Nim, and noticed the
In my highlighter test I'm using this way, just to test the syntax (in an approximate way):
var of4 = 0o007'f128
... that is, I'm assuming it's supported.
you're missing a
slightly off-topic but maybe instead of
eg, in D that'd be
this allows more accurate precision in FP expressions, the temporaries being evaluated on largest available FP size instead of 64 bits, at no extra cost (IIUC)
[EDIT] actually I just found
so we should probably remove
I haven't heard that before; do you have a source or article explaining why it's