Monday, February 8, 2016

No, because no

I need Math.Round from Go's standard library, poor me:

I know it's hard. But hey, most languages provide it.

Rob Pike:
Floating point numbers don't have digits.
The bar for being useful needs to be pretty high to be in the Go math package. We accepted most of what's in the C library but we're not going to take all the routines from other libraries. The Javascript round is a 1-liner: int(f+0.5).