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On Thu, 23 Jun 2016 15:39:43 +0100, Ben Bacarisse wrote: > Steven D'Aprano <steve+comp.lang.python at pearwood.info> writes: > >> On Thursday 23 June 2016 14:40, Dan Sommers wrote: >> >>>> Since x == y, the answer should be the same as for any other pair of >>>> x == y. >>> >>> When x == y == 0, then atan2(y, x) is 0. > > I see just added noise by making the same comment before reading the > rest of the thread. Sorry. > >> /s/any other pair of x == y/any other pair of x y except for zero/ >> >> :-P >> >> >> Zero is exceptional in many ways. > > whereas infinity... :-) which infinity. There are many - some larger than others -- | |-sshd---tcsh-+-dpkg-buildpacka---rules---sh---make---make---sh--- make---sh---make---sh---make---sh---make---sh---make -- While packaging XFree86 for Debian GNU/Linux

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