lingwitt at bellsouth.net
Thu Feb 26 17:04:45 CET 2004
HA! Thank you for your patience. There was a misunderstanding. I
thought you were saying that due to the multiple precisions, it would
be impossible to create a list--due to differing memory allocations.
This thoroughly confused me, because it is only a list of pointers.
You see, I have no formal background in programming, especially in
low-level stuff, so I acquiesced to your statement as I interpreted
it--considering my own knowledge inferior--and thus my inquiry is with
regard to making such a list.
Please don't hold this thread against me. I do have good questions and
a good knowledge. Thanks.
On 26 Feb 2004, at 2:55 PM, Kevin Ryde wrote:
> I don't understand what you're asking. But it should be obvious that
> if you have a mpf's all initialized to different precisions, then you
> can't just pick one at random and expect it to have your next desired
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