Is that admission that original algorithm does not work (in some cases) ?
typedef double float_t;
Nice solution, but I'm not sure it would not get detected with proper coding standard, peer reviews, and testing. But it would depend on a human factor. Plus compiler would likely give a warning for overriding a typedef.
And fork is more successful, called Turd.
It is in having detailed requirements and performing proper testing. Good requirements will lead to good tests which will detect most of code defects. Doing structural coverage will also find not needed code.
Highly recommended as a supplement to Piketty: http://www.amazon.com/Inequali...
Here's an excerpt from one of the reviews,on Amazon: "The author asserts that it is not morally wrong and that the conversation should be around the concept of - do you have enough (sufficiency) vs do you have the same as someone else (equality)."
This is a short book: highly recommended, along with Piketty.
They use tabs instead of spaces!
In the future, you're going to get computers as prizes in breakfast cereals. You'll throw them out because your house will be littered with them.