johanbloK at ix.nl
Fri Mar 30 21:35:55 CEST 2001
Sebastian Günther wrote:
> Rich Pasco wrote:
> > I would deeply appreciate anyone telling me just why the Pascal version
> > fails.
> Looks like a FPU stack overflow...?
In that case it should give runtime error 202, I checked that with stack
on. It gives runtime error 207 (Invalid Floating Point operation).
I also tried to start with different n. It allways crashes at the
starting n + 8.
I did this on linux.
> If you reduce the line "p := get+cof(n);" just to "p := cof(n);", then
> the program works. (ehmm, it doesn't crash anymore...)
I also tried different things with this: allways when you are doing some
Besides this I compiled it using the GNU Pascal Compiler. Now it works,
as I expected, because
gpc shares almost all important compiler stuff with gcc.
Isn't it a bug of fpc?
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