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answered Examples of distributed computing tasks relatively common among users
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comment Newbie Quant: Bulding price feeder to securities master db
Thank you for the answer that cleanly desribes what should i focus on. And additional thanks for underlining the FX vs Bitcoin markets, i think i have to dig deeper to find out what exactly is a BTC market.
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comment Debian cannot connect to local daemons from localhost
thanks for sorting this out for me - case solved.
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comment Debian cannot connect to local daemons from localhost
Amazing - job done. Celada - post as an answer please.
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answered std::string to float (via std::stof) precision
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comment std::string to float (via std::stof) precision
@Galik, i am not only printing but doing calculations on these numbers - printing is not a case i could go with %.2f, i need to calculate some numbers based on these strings returned by market, and here comes the problem. That's why i need to ensure i convert properly to be able to perform math calcs without loss - as this means in most cases eventual loss of money for one side. if you look at what i have said in my question i already loose a bit of money after doing string to float conversion.
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comment std::string to float (via std::stof) precision
Perfect, that's exactly what i needed.
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accepted std::string to float (via std::stof) precision
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