The title implies that the floating point value becomes corrupt. Without looking into it, it sounds like the value does not become corrupt but rather is just not output correctly. The underlying value is still intact.
Agree. This is April Fools day, and this isn't going to fool anyone. It's just stupid. I think the spirit of April Fools Day is to try to come up with something that is believable enough that you can get people to believe it, at least for a short time. It's not a lying contest.
I agree, way too many regulations. There are a lot of things I could do to make money too, but the damn government regulations are preventing me from really screwing those senile widows out of their retirement savings the way I really would like to.