/* Specify architecture-specific rules for determining tininess of
floating-point results. Generic version.
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#ifndef _TININESS_H
#define _TININESS_H 1
/* Under IEEE 754, an architecture may determine tininess of
floating-point results either "before rounding" or "after
rounding", but must do so in the same way for all operations
returning binary results. Define TININESS_AFTER_ROUNDING to 1 for
"after rounding" architectures, 0 for "before rounding"
architectures. The test stdlib/tst-tininess will fail if the
definition is incorrect. */
#define TININESS_AFTER_ROUNDING 0
#endif /* tininess.h */