I’m doing a bit of math between ints and floats, and converting ints to floats seems to take up most of my screen. For instance, these three lines:
// The furthest the user can hit let maxDistanceIndex = fairway -> A.findIndex(it => Int.toFloat(it.yards) <= maxDistance) // The LIVE value from the selector, from 0-1 let (yPercent, setYPercent) = React.useState(() => Int.toFloat(maxDistanceIndex) /. Int.toFloat(itemCount)) // the LIVE selection let activeSelection = (Int.toFloat(itemCount) *. yPercent) -> Math.round
All this casting is making some simple maths a bit more difficult to read, and I’m wondering if this is just how it’s meant to be done. Or is there an easier/recommended way?