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Topic: How do you find NaN's and Inf's in CMEX files? (Watcom C/C++)
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Jonathan Dawson

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How do you find NaN's and Inf's in CMEX files? (Watcom C/C++)
Posted: Jul 17, 1996 11:54 AM
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I'm using the Watcom C/C++ compiler to write CMEX files and I need to be
able to check if I have NaN's and Inf's, but I can't find any functions
that check for them. Does anybody know the proper .h files to include
and what the function calls are for checking for these animals?

Thanks,

J.D.
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