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## Re: floating point arithmetic problems

**From**: |
gciriani |

**Subject**: |
Re: floating point arithmetic problems |

**Date**: |
Wed, 25 Oct 2017 13:33:23 -0700 (MST) |

Please forgive me Gordon for correcting your typo. Any number that is not an
exact multiple of seven, divided by seven will give the periodic sequence
428571 starting somewhere in that sequence. Your sequences are all based on
248571 and have the 2 and 4 swapped with each other.
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**floating point arithmetic problems**, *AG*, `2017/10/24`
**Re: floating point arithmetic problems**, *Ozzy Lash*, `2017/10/24`
**RE: floating point arithmetic problems**, *Windhorn, Allen E [INDAUTO/LS/MKT]*, `2017/10/24`
**Re: floating point arithmetic problems**, *Gordon Haverland*, `2017/10/24`
**Re: floating point arithmetic problems**,
*gciriani* **<=**

**Re: floating point arithmetic problems**, *AG*, `2017/10/25`