ANSI C Standard: Float/Double Handling

Chris Torek chris at umcp-cs.UUCP
Mon Nov 12 06:28:27 AEST 1984

Floating point constants should have the type ``fpconst'' rather than
``float'' or ``double''; this permits expansion if required, or none
if not required.  Figuring out when float is sufficient and when double
is required is nontrivial, but . . . .
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