Copyright | Copyright (c) 2010 Patrick Perry <patperry@gmail.com> |
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License | BSD3 |

Maintainer | Patrick Perry <patperry@gmail.com> |

Stability | experimental |

Safe Haskell | None |

Language | Haskell98 |

Operations on IEEE floating point numbers.

# IEEE type class

class RealFloat a => IEEE a where Source #

IEEE floating point types.

infinity, minDenormal, minNormal, maxFinite, epsilon, copySign, identicalIEEE, succIEEE, predIEEE, bisectIEEE, sameSignificandBits, nan, nanWithPayload, maxNaNPayload, nanPayload

Infinity value.

minDenormal :: a Source #

The smallest representable positive value.

The smallest representable positive normalized value.

The largest representable finite value.

The smallest positive value `x`

such that `1 + x`

is representable.

copySign :: a -> a -> a Source #

`copySign x y`

returns `x`

with its sign changed to `y`

's.

identicalIEEE :: a -> a -> Bool Source #

Return `True`

if two values are *exactly* (bitwise) equal.

Return the next largest IEEE value (`Infinity`

and `NaN`

are
unchanged).

Return the next smallest IEEE value (`-Infinity`

and `NaN`

are
unchanged).

bisectIEEE :: a -> a -> a Source #

Given two values with the same sign, return the value halfway
between them on the IEEE number line. If the signs of the values
differ or either is `NaN`

, the value is undefined.

sameSignificandBits :: a -> a -> Int Source #

The number of significand bits which are equal in the two arguments
(equivalent to `feqrel`

from the Tango Math library). The result is
between `0`

and

.`floatDigits`

Default `NaN`

value.

nanWithPayload :: Word64 -> a Source #

Quiet `NaN`

value with a positive integer payload. Payload must be
less than `maxNaNPayload`

. Beware that while some platforms allow
using `0`

as a payload, this behavior is not portable.

maxNaNPayload :: a -> Word64 Source #

Maximum `NaN`

payload for type `a`

.

nanPayload :: a -> Word64 Source #

The payload stored in a `NaN`

value. Undefined if the argument
is not `NaN`

.

# NaN-aware minimum and maximum

minNum :: RealFloat a => a -> a -> a Source #

Return the minimum of two values; if one value is `NaN`

, return the
other. Prefer the first if both values are `NaN`

.

maxNum :: RealFloat a => a -> a -> a Source #

Return the maximum of two values; if one value is `NaN`

, return the
other. Prefer the first if both values are `NaN`

.