Submission Date: 2020-09-29
Document: WG14 N2580
Title: N2580: DFP triples
The decimal floating point (DFP) notation (1,0,0) is confusing.
WG14 N2478 in 188.8.131.52.3#5 has:
Thus, x = s * c * 10**q is represented by the triple of integers (s, c, q).
s sign (+/-1)
Since 's' is a signed value, it would be clearer if references to triples (1,c,q) and similar be done as (+1,c,q). This would change: