Actually, that's kinda the definition of smart. What's a good car analogy?
"Be sure to put the ski rack on!"
"Why, you aren't even bringing your skis?"
The first time you use a floating point value, it links in the library... also makes sense.
But what on Earth is the point of including math.h then tricking it to link the library if there's no other floating point math?
Well, since I don't ski and don't own a ski rack... maybe you can clue me in?
Typical yankee... "All Canadians ski to work and live in igloos"... well buster, all that crap your industry dumps in the air has caused so much global warming we've been forced to abandon your traditional lifestyle --the ice melting into our monitors was causing too much energy drain-- and of late we've begun experimenting with cement and wood as construction materials, some of us even own cars now....
(Ignoring of course that I live 20km from a major city with one of the busiest highways in the world.)
So now you don't ski so much as you kayak? Ok, so replace all the words ski with kayak.
"Be sure to put the kayak rack on the car!"
"Why, you weren't going to bring it anyway!"
Oi Vey ... some people's kids.
You backpeddle very well my friend... very well indeed. :D
If I had a kayak, I could back-paddle.
Wanna borrow mine? Remember to put on your rack...