3.2.6 Functions for saving and restoring the whole floating-point environment

The fegetenv and fesetenv functions let you save and restore the entire floating-point environment.

Note:

The following functionality requires a floating-point model that supports exceptions. In ARM® Compiler 6 this is disabled by default, and can be enabled by the armclang command-line option -ffp-mode=full.

C99 defines these functions as follows:

void fegetenv(fenv_t *envp);

void fesetenv(const fenv_t *envp);

The fegetenv() function stores the current state of the floating-point environment into the fenv_t variable provided. The fesetenv() function restores the environment from the variable provided.

Like fesetexceptflag(), fesetenv() does not call trap handlers when it sets the sticky flags for trapped exceptions.

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