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On Thu, 19 Jan 2006, William D Clinger wrote: >bear wrote: >> You've promoted semantics which are mere accidents of hardware >> implementation to the level of requirements. I firmly believe >> that any scheme code which relies for its correctness on an >> overflow or a roundoff is in error... >You are wrong about that. The rest of your argument rests >upon that incorrect belief, so I needn't respond to it. Apparently you needn't actually make your points and convince anyone of them. That's the beauty of the SRFI process of course; you can finalize regardless of whether you convince anyone you're right, so of course you're right about not needing to respond. Bear