--- ais/ai-00203.txt 1998/10/12 23:36:43 1.3 +++ ais/ai-00203.txt 1999/06/22 01:44:37 1.4 @@ -1,5 +1,6 @@ -!standard 03.05.08 (02) 98-10-08 AI95-00203/02 +!standard 03.05.08 (02) 99-06-12 AI95-00203/02 !class binding interpretation 98-03-27 +!status WG9 approved 99-06-12 !status ARG approved 98-10-08 (6-0-1) !status work item 98-09-08 !status received 98-03-27 @@ -7,7 +8,7 @@ !difficulty Hard !subject S'Digits when T'Machine_Radix is 10. -!summary 98-09-08 +!summary The relationship between S'Digits and T'Model_Mantissa given in 3.5.8(2) states that S'Digits is the largest value of d for which @@ -29,21 +30,21 @@ so that S'Digits = T'Model_Mantissa. -!question 98-10-08 +!question The relationship given in 3.5.8(2) in the case of T'Machine_Radix = 10 implies that S'Digits + 1 = T'Model_Mantissa in such a case. Is this correct? (No.) -!recommendation 98-09-08 +!recommendation (See Summary.) -!wording 98-09-08 +!wording (See Summary.) -!discussion 98-09-08 +!discussion This question echoes back to a change made between 1980 preliminary Ada and the 1983 standard which is worth explaining as background. @@ -90,7 +91,7 @@ hexadecimal machine than a decimal machine. Thus one decimal digit requires 2 hexadecimal digits. -!appendix 98-03-27 +!appendix !section 3.5.8(2) !subject T'Model_Mantissa( if T'Machine_Radix is not 10, and

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