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[Bug 8047] Reflecting floats: The rules for parsing floating point number values return an unlimited-precision (finite in base 10) number. How is it converted to limited-precision IDL attribute types? In particular, what rounding mode is used? and do very large valu

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--- Comment #2 from contributor@whatwg.org  2009-10-25 09:04:45 ---
Checked in as WHATWG revision r4331.
Check-in comment: Try to be more explicit about what happens with parsing
strings into floats for out-of-range or over-precise values.
http://html5.org/tools/web-apps-tracker?from=4330&to=4331


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