adamn at math.uwb.edu.pl
Fri May 23 11:54:48 CEST 2003
I'd like to know whether there is some reason standing behind the fact
that dividing a Real variable by 0 raises EDivByZero when compiled with
FPC 1.0.6 on Linux, but FPC 1.0.6 on Solaris produces no such exception -
the value of the result is displayed as NaN.
Is that because of rudimentary implementation of exceptions in Solaris
FPC 1.0.6 ?
If so, has it been changed in current version?
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