Posted 2014-03-13 07:00:00 GMT
Given a floating point number, how to go to its
representation as a rational?
1.0471976 = 1/3π
Try another number:
Thanks to the RATIONALIZE function in Common Lisp. See the SBCL source.
Updated to not show d0 at the end
Posted 2014-03-13 08:03:49 GMT by John Fremlin
Thank you for this.
Interestingly, on LispWorks:
CL-USER 1 > (rationalize 1.0471972)
* (rationalize 1.0471972)
Posted 2020-01-28 14:09:54 GMT by Priyadarshan
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