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    SubjectRe: FPU, i386
    Andrey Ulanov wrote:

    > Look at this:
    >
    > $ cat test.c
    > #include <stdio.h>
    >
    > main()
    > {
    > double h = 0.2;
    >
    > if(1/h == 5.0)
    > printf("1/h == 5.0\n");
    >
    > if(1/h < 5.0)
    > printf("1/h < 5.0\n");
    > return 0;
    > }
    > $ gcc test.c
    > $ ./a.out
    > 1/h < 5.0
    > $
    >
    > I also ran same a.out under FreeBSD. It says "1/h == 5.0".
    > It seems there is difference somewhere in FPU
    > initialization code. And I think it should be fixed.
    >
    > ps. cc to me
    > --
    > with best regards, Andrey Ulanov.
    > drey@rt.mipt.ru
    >

    google for every scientist should know about floating point


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