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Re: Comments and some bugs



soo wrote:

 * From: Jens Axel Søgaard <jensaxel@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
 * Date: Tue, 23 Mar 2004 17:17:32 +0100
 * Subj: Comments and some bugs

Thank you for your comments.

   - the name OBJECT->STRING is more "Schemy"
     (it's pretty long though)
Yes, it's too long.

   - I find the name of the parameter DEPTH in the documentation
     confusing. (It makes me think in two dimensional output)
How about 'precision'?

Precision is much better.

    where a negative number is truncated:
      > (fmt -1.55555 3 2)
      "-1.54"
Yes, it's a bug.
I've corrected it.

After pasting SRFI 51 into the top and defining EVERY
(called ANDMAP) in DrScheme, I got the following interaction:

> (fmt -1.55555 3 2)
"-1.56"

> (fmt -5.0 0 #\space 10 + 'e)
. fmt: exact number cannot have a decimal point
10 depth (and depth (eq? exactness (quote e)))    ; Why not?

> (fmt -5 0 #\space 10 + 'e)
. fmt: exact number cannot have a decimal point 10 depth (and depth (eq? exactness (quote e)))

> (fmt 1/2 0 #\space 10 +)
"+0.5000000000"

> (fmt 1/2)
"1/2"

> (fmt 1/2 5)
"  1/2"

> (fmt 1/2 5 0)
"   1."            ; Huh?

> (fmt -1 10 0)
"       -1."       ; Is this on purpose?


> (fmt 1/2 5 2)
" 0.50"

> (fmt 1/2 5 2 10)
. fmt: bad argument (10) (null? (10))  ; strange error messages

> (fmt 1/2 5 2 #\space 10)
. fmt: bad argument (10) (null? (10))

--
Jens Axel Søgaard