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    Slackbot

    2 years ago
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    jim

    jim

    2 years ago
    Umm, that would be very shocking to me if we're doing that. Are you sure you're using the same version of the Kotlin stdlib in both your tests?
    goku

    goku

    2 years ago
    In one of the test case first operand was becoming 0, thus causing 0/0=NaN. False alarm, sorry. I thought 0/0 also throws an exception but it doesn’t.