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fimf-domain-exclusion, Qimf-domain-exclusion

Indicates the input arguments domain on which math functions must provide correct results.

Syntax

Linux:
-fimf-domain-exclusion
=
classlist
[
:
funclist
]
macOS:
-fimf-domain-exclusion
=
classlist
[
:
funclist
]
Windows:
/Qimf-domain-exclusion
:
classlist
[
:
funclist
]
Arguments
classlist
Is one of the following:
  • One or more of the following floating-point value classes you can exclude from the function domain without affecting the correctness of your program. The supported class names are:
    extremes
    This class is for values which do not lie within the usual domain of arguments for a given function.
    nans
    This means "x=Nan".
    infinities
    This means "x=infinities".
    denormals
    This means "x=denormal".
    zeros
    This means "x=0".