LDCad 1.4b (win+linux)

Re: LDCad 1.4b (win+linux)
Given the choice between limiting the input and changing to 128-bit precision, I would suggest limiting the input. If you change to 128-bit precision you're not fixing the problem, just moving it - I could still put in an angle to a bajillion decimal places and cause an overflow. Besides, who needs to specify an angle to that level of precision anyway? Unless I got my math wrong, a change in the 10th decimal place of an angle will result in a displacement of less than 0.01LDU on an arm of half a kilometer.

Sorry if this reply is too late and you've already written the code - not sure why it didn't occur to me on any of my previous readings of this thread!
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LDCad 1.4b (win+linux) - by Roland Melkert - 2015-01-28, 23:04
LDCad 1.4b Documentation - by Roland Melkert - 2015-02-14, 23:54
Re: LDCad 1.4b (win+linux) - by Jason Smith - 2015-02-15, 6:39
Re: LDCad 1.4b (win+linux) - by Owen Dive - 2015-04-01, 9:50
Re: LDCad 1.4b (win+linux) - by Owen Dive - 2015-03-13, 10:48

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