standard pragma's II

13/10/2010 - 11:47 von Uno | Report spam
I started a thread semi-recently about what gives with suddenly standard
pragmas. It became a thread that considered a particular variety in
which I am not interested.

I believe to have read that these pragmas address floating point, which
in the open source movement might be called kaputt, verletzt, or
verklagen. (I don't think verklagen's a word.)

Lew posts this:

#pragma STDC FP_CONTRACT on-off-switch
#pragma STDC FENV_ACCESS on-off-switch
#pragma STDC CX_LIMITED_RANGE on-off-switch
on-off-switch: one of
ON OFF DEFAULT

My questions are these.

q1) Do I quote accurately? There's frequently usenet foldover, but I
would usually think that a newline in a #pragma would be a dealbreaker in C.

q2) Zu welchem Zweck existiert das?

Gruss,
Uno
 

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#1 Joachim Schmitz
13/10/2010 - 15:04 | Warnen spam
Uno wrote:
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I believe to have read that these pragmas address floating point,



Why not read the standard itself rather than guessing? Google for n1256.pdf.

which in the open source movement might be called kaputt, verletzt, or
verklagen. (I don't think verklagen's a word.)



"verklagen" is a word, but not in english and not at all applicable this
context.

bye, Jojo

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