czhenry at gmail.com
Thu Nov 15 14:53:53 CET 2007
What they are doing is increasing the accuracy of reading samples from
a large table, using 2 32-bit floats, instead of just one.
This [line~~] is a function of time, mapping time onto a 1-D path in the plane.
Tabread4~ works by pointer arithmetic. My guess what happens is, you
add the first outlet of line~~ to the beginning of the array. Then
you add the second one. And because you're doing it in two separate
steps, there's no loss in accuracy.
Or do you take a double, break it up into two floats, pass them, and
put them back together?
On Nov 15, 2007 6:02 AM, Steffen Juul <stffn at dibidut.dk> wrote:
> > ~~
> What does appending a tilde mean?
> From the first post i thought is was just slang for 'this is really
> a tilde object that does it's thing right' as in underlining. After
> that the thread took a direction into discussion about time and space/
> Btw. Late (as in not younger) Wittgenstein says: "Forget about this,
> Patrick, and do some patching".
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