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FE_DOWNWARD, FE_TONEAREST, FE_TOWARDZERO, FE_UPWARD

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Numéricos biblioteca
Funciones matemáticas comunes
Floating-point medio ambiente
Los números complejos
Matrices numéricas
Pseudo-aleatoria de generación de números
En tiempo de compilación aritmética racional (C++11)
Genéricos operaciones numéricas
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Generic numeric operations
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iota(C++11)
accumulate
inner_product
adjacent_difference
partial_sum
 
Floating-point medio ambiente
Funciones
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Functions
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feclearexcept(C++11)
fetestexcept(C++11)
feraiseexcept(C++11)
fegetexceptflag
fesetexceptflag
(C++11)
(C++11)
fegetround
fesetround
(C++11)
(C++11)
fegetenv
fesetenv
(C++11)
feholdexcept(C++11)
feupdateenv(C++11)
Constantes Macro
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Macro constants
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FE_ALL_EXCEPT
FE_DIVBYZERO
FE_INEXACT
FE_INVALID
FE_OVERFLOW
FE_UNDERFLOW
(C++11)
FE_DOWNWARD
FE_TONEAREST
FE_TOWARDZERO
FE_UPWARD
(C++11)
FE_DFL_ENV(C++11)
 
Defined in header <cfenv>
#define FE_DOWNWARD     /*implementation defined*/
(desde C++11)
#define FE_TONEAREST    /*implementation defined*/
(desde C++11)
#define FE_TOWARDZERO   /*implementation defined*/
(desde C++11)
#define FE_UPWARD       /*implementation defined*/
(desde C++11)
Cada una de estas constantes macro se expande a un número entero no negativo expresión constante, que puede utilizarse con me std::fesetround y std::fegetround para indicar uno de los modos de redondeo compatibles de punto flotante. La aplicación puede definir adicionales constantes modo de redondeo en <cfenv>, que todo debe comenzar con FE_ seguido por al menos una letra mayúscula. Cada macro se define sólo si es respaldada .
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Each of these macro constants expands to a nonnegative integer constant expression, which can me used with std::fesetround and std::fegetround to indicate one of the supported floating-point rounding modes. The implementation may define additional rounding mode constants in <cfenv>, which should all begin with FE_ followed by at least one uppercase letter. Each macro is only defined if it is supported.
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En la mayoría de las implementaciones, estas constantes macro ampliar a los valores iguales a los valores de FLT_ROUNDS y std::float_round_style
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On most implementations, these macro constants expand to the values equal to the values of FLT_ROUNDS and std::float_round_style
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Constant
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Constant
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Explanation
FE_DOWNWARD
redondeo hacia el infinito negativo
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rounding towards negative infinity
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FE_TONEAREST
redondeo hacia entero más cercano
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rounding towards nearest integer
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FE_TOWARDZERO
redondeo hacia cero
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rounding towards zero
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FE_UPWARD
redondeo hacia el infinito positivo
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rounding towards positive infinity
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Modos adicionales de redondeo puede estar avalado por una implementación .
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Additional rounding modes may be supported by an implementation.
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[editar] Ejemplo

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#include <cmath>
#include <cfenv>
#include <iostream>
 
int main()
{
    #pragma STDC FENV_ACCESS ON
    std::fesetround(FE_DOWNWARD);
    std::cout << "rounding using FE_DOWNWARD: \n" << std::fixed
              << " 12.0 ->  " << std::nearbyint(12.0) << '\n'
              << " 12.1 ->  " << std::nearbyint(12.1) << '\n'
              << "-12.1 -> " << std::nearbyint(-12.1) << '\n'
              << " 12.5 ->  " << std::nearbyint(12.5) << '\n'
              << " 12.9 ->  " << std::nearbyint(12.9) << '\n'
              << "-12.9 -> " << std::nearbyint(-12.9) << '\n'
              << " 13.0 ->  " << std::nearbyint(13.0) << '\n';
    std::fesetround(FE_TONEAREST);
    std::cout << "rounding using FE_TONEAREST: \n"
              << " 12.0 ->  " << std::nearbyint(12.0) << '\n'
              << " 12.1 ->  " << std::nearbyint(12.1) << '\n'
              << "-12.1 -> " << std::nearbyint(-12.1) << '\n'
              << " 12.5 ->  " << std::nearbyint(12.5) << '\n'
              << " 12.9 ->  " << std::nearbyint(12.9) << '\n'
              << "-12.9 -> " << std::nearbyint(-12.9) << '\n'
              << " 13.0 ->  " << std::nearbyint(13.0) << '\n';
}

Output:

rounding using FE_DOWNWARD:
 12.0 ->  12.000000
 12.1 ->  12.000000
-12.1 -> -13.000000
 12.5 ->  12.000000
 12.9 ->  12.000000
-12.9 -> -13.000000
 13.0 ->  13.000000
rounding using FE_TONEAREST: 
 12.0 ->  12.000000
 12.1 ->  12.000000
-12.1 -> -12.000000
 12.5 ->  12.000000
 12.9 ->  13.000000
-12.9 -> -13.000000
 13.0 ->  13.000000

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indica coma flotante modos de redondeo
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indicates floating-point rounding modes
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(enum) [edit]
(C++11)
(C++11)
obtiene o establece la dirección redondeo
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gets or sets rounding direction
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