Message from JavaScript discussions

July 2018

— Few


Tell me where a 0.36 of a nanosecond matter?
Because that's how far IEEE representation failed to represent that .4

— What if your unit was days, not ms?

— It was minutes

— Why would it be anything but ms

— In days it would miss 518.4 nanoseconds.

— In years it would be 189.2 microseconds

— Thats 0.18 miliseconds

— So, that's not all bad

— In light years it would be only 11 cm

— In scientific applications they not even use the full PI

— "full PI"