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MS Visual C++ -1.#IND000

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Hi, I use Visual C++ 2003 - I am writing a win32 application, and I was wondering is there ANYTHING on the internet, or in MSDN articles that will describe the float error codes such as -1.#IND000 - obviously it means my float is stuffed, but can I write expressions to work out when this is happening? Or can I set a flag to give me a debug assertion error when any of my data turns bad like this? It is SO ANNOYING, because I know if I was developing this in C#, the debugger would tell me exactly when something like this happens - in C++ all that happens is that my program falls over, and it is up to me to find out where it is messing up - and when we are talking about a 5000 line program it takes me hours to obtain the location of where this is happening. Any help here would be greatly appreciated, I am going insane debugging this problem. Thanks, -Simon

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I believe there are only two possibilities, it can be infinite or 'not a number' (which, I think, is the one you have). To check if a float is infinite or not use the _finite() function, to check if a float is a number use _isnan().

Tom

EDIT: and to include a page where all this floating point stuff (including the function mentioned by SiCrane) is collected: more MSDN.

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Try putting this function call early in your program's execution: _controlfp(0, _MCW_EM); This should signal the processor to generate exceptions on all instances of floating point unhappiness.

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