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%a format in tests-ulc*.c

From: Gisle Vanem
Subject: %a format in tests-ulc*.c
Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2017 14:13:26 +0200
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When using MSVC-2015 to build the tests/unistdio/test-ulc-*.c files,
I get ASSERT() on all the '%a' formats. E.g. in 
and unistdio/test-ulc-printf1.h (line 195):

    char *result =
      my_xasprintf ("%a %d", 3.1416015625, 33, 44, 55);
    ASSERT (result != NULL);
    ASSERT (strcmp (result, "0x1.922p+1 33") == 0
            || strcmp (result, "0x3.244p+0 33") == 0
            || strcmp (result, "0x6.488p-1 33") == 0
            || strcmp (result, "0xc.91p-2 33") == 0);

The 'result' I get is '0x1.9220000000000p+1 33'.

The MSDN at:

isn't clear on how many digits there should be, but I guess the precision
is a reflection the double float-type.

With "%.3a %d", I do get the expected "0x1.922p+1 33".
So are these tests somewhat gcc-centric or what?


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