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Re: negation of float on H8300
At 9:19 AM +0200 8/8/02, Andreas Schwab wrote:
Not if it's a signalling NaN. If the chip only supports QNaNs, then
you might be able to get away with it.
Alan Lehotsky <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
|> At 12:48 PM +0530 8/7/02, Sanjiv Kumar Gupta, Noida wrote:
|> >Hi all,
|> >I see a libcall ___negsf2 is being used by gcc for negation of floats on
|> >H8300. Can't we just flip the first bit using bit insns provided in H8300?
|> That wouldn't handle NaNs correctly (assuming the H8300 is IEEE FP
But a negative NaN is still a NaN, isn't it?
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