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From:Christopher R. Jones Date:July 2 2000 12:02am
Subject:Re: floating number error
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>The problem is that you are using MySQL 3.22, which didn't have
>support for the true floating point format.  The fix is to upgrade to
>3.23 and define the column as
I am wondering what is the accuracy of 3.22.XX for floating point 
numbers.  I have a number of fields defined as Float(4).  The most accurate 
number stored is to 3 decimal places, ie. 34.695

Will I run into problems?

Christopher R. Jones, P.Eng.
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