Paul,Can you please specify what exactly you mean by different version of silicon? Are you talking about 803,805? --Irene --- In , Roberts Paul <proberts@c...> wrote: > DSP56F807 QUESTION OF THE DAY > Can anyone confirm or deny the following: > > (True or False) > > 1) Some DSP56F807's, when performing floating point math using the floating > point libraries that come with the Metrowerks CodeWarrior IDE (version 4.1, > build 0622), when subtracting one float from another float having the same > value, for example 300.0f minus 300.0f, will return a result of 0.0f, whilst > other versions of silicon will come up with -0.0f. > > 2) Some DSP56F807's, when performing floating point math using the floating > point libraries that come with the Metrowerks CodeWarrior IDE (version 4.1, > build 0622), when subtracting one float from another float having the same > value, namely 0.0f minus 0.0f, will return a result of 0.0f, whilst other > versions of silicon will come up with -0.0f. > > Thank you, > Paul Roberts |