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Hey, (aptly named) prgmTrouble here! I'm doing a high-quality physics program for my classmates...
(by prgmTrouble 18 Jan 2017 05:18, posts: 2)
Hey guys HG here! So the forums are always so quiet while people work on their stuff occasionally...
(by Heroic Gamer 18 Jan 2017 03:52, posts: 2)
It would be faster and smaller to do that :)
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…that you can use -E99 and E99 to represent -∞ and +∞ in many calculations?
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