Tells the compiler to generate code to adjust the stack size for a fiber-based main thread.
Enables the compiler to replace calls to transcendental functions with faster but less precise implementations.
Defines the maximum allowable absolute error for math library function results.
Defines the relative error for math library function results, including division and square root.
Ensures that the math library functions produce consistent results across different microarchitectural implementations of the same architecture.
Indicates the input arguments domain on which math functions must provide correct results.
Defines the maximum allowable relative error for math library function results, including division and square root.
Lets you specify a level of accuracy (precision) that the compiler should use when determining which math library functions to use.
Enables improved floating-point consistency.