RE: Re: XSLT 2.0 Decimal number silliness
# The "decimal" data type should be used when you require a # high level of precision, since it can accurately store data # up to 28 digits after the decimal points (128-bit precision). There's nothing in the XML Schema or XPath specifications that specifies the precision of xs:decimal, other than a statement that at least 18 decimal digits must be supported. I've no idea where you got 128 bits from, nor 28 digits. Michael Kay
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