Quick/Merge sorting floating point numbers

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    Quote Originally Posted by rags_to_riches View Post
    Why is it bad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stupid_engineer
    Why is it bad?
    Socially, it is rude, but on a more practical note, it means that there may be duplication of effort. If after some time you do not get a satisfactory response from one place, feel free to ask elsewhere, but don't ask in more than one place simultaneously.
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