This version of the Intel® C++ Compiler uses a close approximation to the IEEE floating-point standard (ANSI/IEEE Std 754-1985, IEEE Standard for Binary Floating-Point Arithmetic, 1985) unless otherwise stated. This standard is common to many microcomputer-based systems due to the availability of fast processors that implement the required characteristics.
Directs the compiler to align the variable to a specified boundary and a specified offset.
Provides the ability to add a pointer alignment value to a pointer typedef declaration.
Provides the ability to pad and/or align the defined variable such that it will not be subject to false cache line sharing with any other variable.