Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #27360, comment 54


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03/04/19 20:45:33 (12 months ago)
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  • Ticket #27360, comment 54

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    77> I would find it quite surprising that you get different numerical noise on Python 3 compared to Python 2. More likely, it depends on the machine and not on the Python version.
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    9 Me too.  The only numerical computatoin with output other than halving or doubling is line 1975 of height.py where math.sqrt() is used on a float.  Perhaps mu and eps should be in RDF from the start, as the output is coerced in there at the end.  But this does not explain the discrpancy, it must be a machine difference.
     9Me too.  The only numerical computation with output other than halving or doubling is line 1975 of height.py where math.sqrt() is used on a float.  Perhaps mu and eps should be in RDF from the start, as the output is coerced in there at the end.  But this does not explain the discrepancy, it must be a machine difference.