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.
Determines whether the compiler generates fused multiply-add (FMA) instructions if such instructions exist on the target processor.
Controls the semantics of floating-point calculations.
Rounds floating-point results after floating-point operations.
Tells the compiler the mode in which to speculate on floating-point operations.
Tells the compiler to generate extra code after every function call to ensure that the floating-point stack is in the expected state.
Sets the floating-point trapping mode for the main routine.
Sets the floating-point trapping mode for all routines.