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Re: Floating point exception in strtod()




Am 08.04.2018 um 05:11 schrieb Duncan Roe:

I tried in 64-bit with the same result as Eliot: works fine w/out
feenableexcept, no o/p with feenableexcept.

Just in case this may have been overlooked: please note that "no output" actually means the program crashed because of an uncaught SIGFPE, just like the 32-bit version does.

The only difference between 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the program is that the 32-bit one outputs the "core dumped" message and writes a stackdump, whereas the 64-bit one just dies without _any_ detectable symptoms: no message, no stackdump file, nothing.

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