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    SubjectRe: ARMS WAVING!!! Proposal to fix /proc dainbrammage.
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    > There are no byte order problems with "123.456" - everybody agrees
    > that it is a floating point number somewhere between the integers 123 and
    > 124.

    Actually some places use 123,456 (123.456 is 123456 to them) so it is
    really LOCALE specific. However, I'll shut up before someone actually
    suggsts making /proc output LOCALE specific :-)

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    Jon Peatfield, DAMTP, Computer Officer, University of Cambridge
    Telephone: +44 1223 3 37852 Mail: J.S.Peatfield@damtp.cam.ac.uk

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