It records the following exceptions:
 Invalid operation

The exception is caused if the result of an operation has no
mathematical value or cannot be represented.
 Division by zero

The exception is caused if a divide operation has a zero
divisor and a dividend that is not zero, an infinity or a NaN.
 Overflow

The exception is caused if the absolute value of the result
of an operation, produced after rounding, is greater than the maximum
positive normalized number for the destination precision.
 Underflow

The exception is caused if the absolute value of the result
of an operation, produced before rounding, is less than the minimum positive
normalized number for the destination precision, and the rounded result is
inexact.
 Inexact

The exception is caused if the result of an operation is not
equivalent to the value that would be produced if the operation were
performed with unbounded precision and exponent range.
 Input denormal

The exception is caused if a denormalized input operand is
replaced in the computation by a zero.
The descriptions of VFP instructions that can cause floatingpoint
exceptions include a subsection listing the exceptions. If there is no such subsection, that
instruction cannot cause any floatingpoint exception. See also the Technical Reference
Manual for your processor.