As Romain said in response to your previous question, the capabilities provided as part of
any software implemented on top of the jre, such as tomee or openejb, don’t affect arithmetic
operations in the jre in any way. After carefully analyzing your actual needs you might investigate
the BigInteger and BigDecimal classes to see if they will support whatever you are trying
to do. I don’t think you will find any way to exactly model the set of real numbers, rational
numbers, or even integers on any computer built now or in the future.
Btw while not an expert I don’t think your example illustrates overflow of underflow but
rather that decimal fractions can’t be converted accurately to finite binary fractions.
This is why eg cobol used binary coded decimal.
David Jencks
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> On Mar 12, 2018, at 8:37 PM, A Z <poweruserm@live.com.au> wrote:
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> Do floats and doubles in TomEE, as well as in OpenEJB,
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> still have the same floating point overflow and underflow
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> arithmetic phenomena as in Java Standard Edition?
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> I refer to the following kind of phenomonen:
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> Double a = 0.1;
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> Double b = 0.1;
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> Double x = a*b;
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> out.println(x == 0.01); //actually prints false.
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> Do TomEE or OpenEJB have some option to get
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> rid of overflow and underflow entirely, by means of some kind
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> of option? If so, what is that?
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