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I'm a bit confused: round-to-even is what happens when the result is exactly midway between two possible representations.
If something gives you 0.931, the first representation is closer. What am I missing?
frankot794dRounding has nothing to do with IEEE-754.
IEEE-754 standardizes implementations of floating-point numbers, and it is actually regarded as a very good standard.
Rounding happens when you wish to represent a real number to a certain number of decimal digits, regardless of implementation.
kurast2663dBankers rounding would not do that