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Author mark.dickinson
Recipients larry, lemburg, mark.dickinson, rhettinger, serhiy.storchaka, stutzbach, vstinner, vxgmichel
Date 2020-02-03.17:51:23
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> int/int is less accurate than float/float for t=1580301619906185300

No, int/int is more accurate here. If a and b are ints, a / b is always correctly rounded on an IEEE 754 system, while float(a) / float(b) will not necessarily give a correctly rounded result. So for an integer a, `a / 10**9` will _always_ be at least as accurate as `a / 1e9`.
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