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Flush-to-zero mode replaces denormalized numbers with zero. This does not comply with IEEE 754 arithmetic, but in some circumstances can improve performance considerably.
Flush-to-zero mode in Advanced SIMD always preserves the sign bit.
Advanced SIMD always uses flush-to-zero mode.