Zero as a divisor aside, what should the domain of the proposed procedures be?

- Any real numbers?
- Integers only?
- Exact integers only?

descriptionZero as a divisor aside, what should the domain of the proposed procedures be?
1. Any real numbers?
1. Integers only?
1. Exact integers only?
What about exactness preservation?
1. Not exactness preserving
1. Exactness preserving unless the implementation can prove that an inexact argument can't affect the result (as in the case of an exact zero dividend and an inexact divisor)
1. Exactness preserving in all casesZero as a divisor aside, what should the domain of the proposed procedures be?
1. Any real numbers?
1. Integers only?
1. Exact integers only?
What about exactness preservation?
1. Not exactness preserving
1. Exactness preserving unless the implementation can prove that an inexact argument can't affect the result (as in the case of an exact zero dividend and an inexact divisor)
1. Exactness preserving in all cases

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descriptionZero as a divisor aside, what should the domain of the proposed procedures be?
1. Any real numbers?
1. Integers only?
1. Exact integers only?
What about exactness preservation?
1. Not exactness preserving
1. Exactness preserving unless the implementation can prove that an inexact argument can't affect the result (as in the case of an exact zero dividend and an inexact divisor)
1. Exactness preserving in all casesZero as a divisor aside, what should the domain of the proposed procedures be?
1. Any real numbers?
1. Integers only?
1. Exact integers only?

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We voted for integers only.

owneralexshinncowan

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No change to the spec required.

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Riastradh's implementation accepts choice 1 for domain and choice 2 for exactness preservation.

Lucier's ballot on #70 calls for the domain to be integers, but he speaks of number theory, so he may mean exact integers.