... I get it the other way around. 1st test = FAIL 2nd test = y x OK, lets compare versions. I ve tried Notetab Pro 6.1 and 4.8 throughout this. I see 6.2Message 1 of 31 , Dec 16 8:20 AMView SourcePaul wrote:
>I get x > y and a FAIL for y > x.I get it the other way around.
>Clearly x is not greater than y
>because x = -3 and y = -2.
1st test => FAIL
2nd test => y > x
OK, lets compare versions. I've tried Notetab Pro 6.1 and 4.8
throughout this. I see 6.2 is out. Is that what you use? Could it be
the bug has gotten worse? Eek!
... I agree, Lotta. ... With regard to a scripting language with a math engine as an add-on, it s fair enough to not assume things work the way they do inMessage 31 of 31 , Dec 18 10:18 AMView Sourcelotta wrote:
> Not really. Should one also assume it's natural and expected forI agree, Lotta.
> this to change without notice between two minor versions of the
> program, away from how it probably has been since comparison
> operators were introduced? Don't think so.
> Paul wrote:With regard to a scripting language with a math engine as an add-on, it's fair enough to not assume things work the way they do in other languages.
> >Axel Berger wrote:
> > > One ought not to have to, but it helps not to assume too much.
> >Fair call!
Bug: It's like a mozzie bite between the shoulder blades: it itches like fire but do you think you can get near it to scratch it?
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