--- gforth/float.fs 2000/01/17 00:04:29 1.30 +++ gforth/float.fs 2000/08/09 20:04:05 1.31 @@ -52,12 +52,10 @@ here dup dfaligned swap ?DO bl c, LOOP ; 1 sfloats (Field) sfloat+ , ( sf-addr1 -- sf-addr2 ) \ float-ext s-float-plus -\G Increment @i{sf-addr1} by the number of address units corresponding to the size of -\G a single-precision IEEE floating-point number, to give @i{sf-addr2}."" +\G @code{1 sfloats +}. 1 dfloats (Field) dfloat+ , ( df-addr1 -- df-addr2 ) \ float-ext d-float-plus -\G Increment @i{df-addr1} by the number of address units corresponding to the size of -\G a double-precision IEEE floating-point number, to give @i{df-addr2}."" +\G @code{1 dfloats +}. : f, ( f -- ) \ gforth \G Reserve data space for one floating-point number and store @@ -201,12 +199,12 @@ IS interpreter-notfound f- fabs frot frot f* f< ; : f~ ( r1 r2 r3 -- flag ) \ float-ext f-proximate - \G ANS Forth medley: r3>0: @code{f~abs}; r3=0: r1=r2; r3<0: @code{fnegate f~rel}. + \G ANS Forth medley for comparing r1 and r2 for equality: r3>0: + \G @code{f~abs}; r3=0: bitwise comparison; r3<0: @code{fnegate f~rel}. fdup f0= - IF - fdrop f= \ !! this does not work, because 0=-0 with f= on Linux-Intel - \ the standard says they should compare unequal - \ the comparison should be done with COMPARE + IF \ bitwise comparison + fp@ float+ 1 floats over float+ -text 0= + fdrop fdrop fdrop EXIT THEN fdup f0>