Posted by Tom Fulton on August 05, 2016 at 08:23:06: Uploaded files: 1
In Reply to: Re: Negative zero posted by jim guerber on August 04, 2016 at 10:05:33:
Compile the attached as a C16 object and run under a C32 session.
Input 0-, 0.00- or just a minus sign.
You'll see that the value of the data after input and stored in a file is negative zero.
Interestingly, logical comparison treats the value as zero while a (BZ) does not.
And, as I said originally, when the value is exported to MySQL it does wreak havoc.
This behavior does not happen when run in a C16 session or when compiled as a C32 object.
That being said, PDF Systems does intend to notify all of our end-users within the next month to budget for upgrade to C32-compiled objects next year. Any end-user choosing not do do so will have a substantial increase in monthly maintenance.
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