Actually Depth Strider is only for bootsand i have no idea what they mean by "Badgers were removed"and if any one has found out what some of th extra features are in the snapshot, please tell me or email me at,
Seven-point-ten? What manner of foul bewitchment is this? There is no point-ten! Point-ten is the same as point-one! Next you'll be trying to make pi equal to three, a triangle with three right angles, a set of all sets that contains itself, or even try to be in two places at once when you aren't anywhere at all!
Seven-point-ten? What manner of foul bewitchment is this? There is no point-ten! Point-ten is the same as point-one!
What difference does that make for version identification? It is never actually interpreted as a number, only as a text string. Not to mention the obvious fact that 1.7.10 is not a valid decimal number to begin with.
You would indeed be right if you were to do this: if (7.1 == 7.10) printf ("Equal"); else printf ("Not equal");
But what happens if you do this? if (strcmp ("7.1", "7.10") == 0) printf ("Equal"); else printf ("Not equal");
It is all about context. In the context of mathematics 7.1 is indeed 7.10 and you always get the same result from equations, but in the context of version numbering / identification, 7.1 and 7.10 are distinct identifiers. You should actually read 1.7.10 as 3 numbers separated by dots, where each number has its own meaning. 1 is the release number, 7 is the major patch version and 10 is the minor patch version.