#include <ieeefp.h>fp_rnd fpgetround(void);
There are five floating-point exceptions:
imprecise (inexact) result, and
When a floating-point exception occurs, the corresponding sticky bit is set (1), and if the mask bit is enabled (1), the trap takes place. These routines let the user change the behavior on occurrence of any of these exceptions, as well as change the rounding mode for floating-point operations.
The mask argument is formed by the logical OR operation of the following floating-point exception masks:
FP_X_INV /* invalid operation exception */ FP_X_OFL /* overflow exception */ FP_X_UFL /* underflow exception */ FP_X_DZ /* divide-by-zero exception */ FP_X_IMP /* imprecise (loss of precision) */
The following floating-point rounding modes are passed to fpsetround and returned by fpgetround().
FP_RN /* round to nearest representative number */ FP_RP /* round to plus infinity */ FP_RM /* round to minus infinity */ FP_RZ /* round to zero (truncate) */
The default environment is rounding mode set to nearest (FP_RN) and all traps disabled.
The fpsetsticky() function modifies all sticky flags. The fpsetmask() function changes all mask bits. The fpsetmask() function clears the sticky bit corresponding to any exception being enabled.
The fpgetround() function returns the current rounding mode.
The fpsetround() function sets the rounding mode and returns the previous rounding mode.
The fpgetmask() function returns the current exception masks.
The fpsetmask() function sets the exception masks and returns the previous setting.
The fpgetsticky() function returns the current exception sticky flags.
The fpsetsticky() function sets (clears) the exception sticky flags and returns the previous setting.
The C programming language requires truncation (round to zero) for floating point to integral conversions. The current rounding mode has no effect on these conversions.
The sticky bit must be cleared to recover from the trap and proceed. If the sticky bit is not cleared before the next trap occurs, a wrong exception type may be signaled.
Individual bits may be examined using the constants defined in <ieeefp.h>.
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
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