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/fpe:0 /fpe-all:0 produce break on underflow

Lukasz_H_1
Beginner
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Hi guys,

As far as I am concerned /fpe-all:0 should not trigger underflow exception, is that correct?
Then why do I get one with this option added to my command line? 
I would appreciate any help.

Kind regards,

Lukasz Hirt

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mecej4
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Check if you compiled the source file containing the main program with /fpe:0 or/fpe-all:0.

If you use one or more of the other options that control FPU handling, such as /Qftz-, you may need to check the compiler documentation to see the order of precedence of these options.

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