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From: Christophe Raffalli <Christophe.Raffalli@u...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Rounding mode + extended

At this address, you will find a very small library for changing the
rounding mode from OCaml (works on 6 processors, but only tested on i486)

ftp://www.lama.univ-savoie.fr/pub/users/RAFFALLI/OCaml-round.tgz

...

Is it possible to use "extended" instead of "double" in OCaml for float
(I am ready to recompile OCaml for this)

What was the reason to have only one type of "float" ? Three types of
float (float, double and extended) do not explode the complexity of the
optimization for float array or float in record (I think).

Ok, you should have three additions +. +.. and +... :-(

Is this the only reason ?

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Christophe Raffalli
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