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Re: Can arithmetic evaluation trap more than just division by zero?
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Greg Wooledge |
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Re: Can arithmetic evaluation trap more than just division by zero? |
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Tue, 6 Apr 2010 08:35:13 -0400 |
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On Tue, Apr 06, 2010 at 02:21:05PM +0200, Roman Rakus wrote:
> >>$((2 ** 63 / -1))
> I can reproduce it in 4.1.2(1)-release and 4.0.23(1)-release on x86_64
> GNU/Linux. I didn't try on bash 3.2.
cyclops:~$ uname -a; echo $BASH_VERSION
OpenBSD cyclops.wooledge.org 4.6 GENERIC.MP#81 amd64
4.0.24(1)-release
cyclops:~$ echo $((2 ** 63 / -1))
Connection to cyclops closed.
griffon:~$
An amd64-specific bug, then? (The Linux box I tested on earlier is i386,
and the HP-UX box is PA-RISC 2.0.)
- Can arithmetic evaluation trap more than just division by zero?, Roman Rakus, 2010/04/06
- Re: Can arithmetic evaluation trap more than just division by zero?, Greg Wooledge, 2010/04/06
- Re: Can arithmetic evaluation trap more than just division by zero?, Roman Rakus, 2010/04/06
- Re: Can arithmetic evaluation trap more than just division by zero?,
Greg Wooledge <=
- Re: [bash-bug] Can arithmetic evaluation trap more than just division by zero?, Dr. Werner Fink, 2010/04/06
- Re: [bash-bug] Can arithmetic evaluation trap more than just division by zero?, Andreas Schwab, 2010/04/06
- Re: [bash-bug] Can arithmetic evaluation trap more than just division by zero?, Roman Rakus, 2010/04/06
- Re: [bash-bug] Can arithmetic evaluation trap more than just division by zero?, Andreas Schwab, 2010/04/06
- Re: [bash-bug] Can arithmetic evaluation trap more than just division by zero?, John Reiser, 2010/04/06
- Re: [bash-bug] Can arithmetic evaluation trap more than just division by zero?, Roman Rakus, 2010/04/06
- Re: [bash-bug] Can arithmetic evaluation trap more than just division by zero?, Chet Ramey, 2010/04/06
- Re: Can arithmetic evaluation trap more than just division by zero?, Roman Rakus, 2010/04/06
- Re: Can arithmetic evaluation trap more than just division by zero?, Roman Rakus, 2010/04/07