Re: using linux instead of osf

Scott Manley (spm@star.arm.ac.uk)
Tue, 26 Nov 1996 19:12:38 +0000

> This is no longer true. Any ELF-based distribution comes with a
> recent glibc and that library comes with fdlibm. The single-precision
> operations are available as the function name with an `f' appended
> (e.g., sinf() to get a `float' sin).

I ran some code to check these functions before I made my statement and when I
used the sinf and cosf functions the test program I was using showed no
improvement. So does this mean that my libm is is broken?

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