From: Johan Råde (rade_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-11-09 09:00:41
John Maddock wrote:
> Johan Råde wrote:
>> That is weird.
>> Can you run the inspect tool (fpclassify/tools/inspect/inspect.cpp)
>> on Win32 / Intel 7?
> I don't think it differs from any other Win32 compiler:
> s. nan ff 80 00 00
It certainly does differ. All bits in the mantissa are zero.
It is the IEEE754 binary representation of negative infinity.
Here is what I get on my Win32 / MSVS 7.1 / ia32 platform
s. nan 7f 80 00 01
There is the same problem for double and long double.
Looks like Intel 7 on Win32 has a broken
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