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sarna [sarna!3e1528e3@gateway/web/cgi-irc/kiwiirc.com/ip.62.21.40.227] has joined #kotlin [04:12]
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CocoStorm [CocoStorm!~cocostorm@unaffiliated/marco/x-1695183] has joined #kotlin [11:09]
CocoStorm Hi, what's the easiest way to read a json file from /resource into data class objects? [11:09]
cheeser next [11:29]
cheeser Another satisfied customer. Next! [11:29]
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jenia [jenia!~jenia@modemcable068.165-176-173.mc.videotron.ca] has joined #kotlin [03:18]
jenia hello [03:18]
jenia Is there a simple way to find an array of bytes inside another array like [1, ef, 0, 3] and [2, 0, 1, ef, 0, 3, a, aa], the function should return 2 [03:19]
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Bombe Array should have an indexOf() method, does it not? [05:12]
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droidrcc [droidrcc!44af5ee7@cpe-68-175-94-231.hvc.res.rr.com] has joined #kotlin [10:50]
droidrcc this is interesting! java.lang.Double.valueOf("8.20")*100.0 is equal to 819.9999999.... [10:52]
droidrcc any idea why? [10:57]
cheeser floating point [11:00]
cheeser floating point calculations can be inaccurate and have limits. Here's a guide that explains exactly why: http://floating-point-gui.de/ - If you need precision, use BigDecimal. Otherwise, just round when you print, for example by using: String.format("%.2f", myFloatingPointNumber); alternative info site: http://mindprod.com/jgloss/floatingpoint.html [11:00]
droidrcc thanks, cheeser [11:03]
droidrcc it make sense [11:20]
droidrcc some floating number can't be exactly represented in the binary system [11:20]
cheeser np [11:27]