5.15.2. The effects of using flush-to-zero mode

With certain exceptions (see Operations not affected by flush‑to‑zero mode), flush-to-zero mode has the following effects on floating-point operations:

An inexact exception occurs whenever a denormalized number is used as an operand, or a result is flushed to zero. Underflow exceptions do not occur in flush-to-zero mode.

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