SPARC: Links the appropriate interval arithmetic libraries and sets a suitable floating-point environment.

The C++ interval arithmetic library is compatible with interval arithmetic as implemented in the Fortran compiler.

The` -xia` option is a macro that expands to` -fsimple=0`` -ftrap=%none`` -fns=no`` -library=interval`. If you use intervals and override what is set by `-xia` by
specifying a different flag for `-fsimple`, `-ftrap`, `-fns` or `-library`, you may cause the compiler
to exhibit incorrect behavior.

To use the interval arithmetic libraries, include `<suninterval.h>`.

When you use the interval arithmetic libraries, you must include one
of the following libraries: `libC`, `Cstd`,
or `iostreams`. See` -library` for information
on including these libraries.

If you use intervals and you specify different values for` -fsimple`,` -ftrap`, or` -fns`, then your
program may have incorrect behavior.

C++ interval arithmetic is experimental and evolving. The specifics may change from release to release.

C++ Interval Arithmetic Programming Reference, Interval Arithmetic Solves Nonlinear Problems While Providing Guaranteed
Results (http://www.sun.com/forte/info/features/intervals.html),` -library`

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