Ensuring numeric input

Judy Perry jperryl at ecs.fullerton.edu
Thu Oct 27 01:56:32 EDT 2005


Richard,

Funny you should mention this, inasmuch as this week is the week in which
my class looks at computer risks and liability issues, including the
pentium bug...

@;-)

Of course, they just told me today that they think that it is possible for
a computerized voting scheme to have an error rate of <1%.

Talk about captology...

And this was after we talked about Win2000 having something on the order
of 60 million lines of code...

Judy

On Wed, 26 Oct 2005, Richard Gaskin wrote:

> simplsol at aol.com wrote:
> > Michael,
> > You can also add zero to it; if it is a number then the result will be
> > empty.
>
> But is zero counted as zero, or would it add 0.00001 in Intel chips?




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