It is not getting clear why '12.3456' and 12.3456789 should be accepted as equal.
the second test in the test suite is incorrect, it should be a negative assertion.
Yes, I completely agree with the other comments. The second test case is incorrect. '12.3456' is not equal to 12.3456789 which when rounded off to 4 decimal places becomes 12.3457
The 50 solvers yet (as of 26/03/19) are undeserving of their title as 'Solvers'.
The test case has been corrected.
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