-qhsflt

Description

Speeds up calculations by removing range checking on single-precision float results, and on conversions from floating point to integer. -qnohsflt specifies that single-precision expressions are rounded after expression evaluation, and that floating-point-to-integer conversions are to be checked for out of range values.

Syntax

Read syntax diagramSkip visual syntax diagram        .-nohsflt-.
>>- -q--+-hsflt---+--------------------------------------------><

See also #pragma options.

Notes

This option is obsolete. Use -qfloat=hsflt in your new applications.

The -qhsflt option overrides the -qrndsngl and -qspnans options.

The -qhsflt option is intended for specific applications in which floating-point computations have known characteristics. Using this option when compiling other application programs can produce incorrect results without warning.

Related information

Summary of compiler options by functional category
-qfloat
-qspnans