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## Re: Switch rounding mode

**From**: |
J.Benoist Leger |

**Subject**: |
Re: Switch rounding mode |

**Date**: |
Fri, 17 Apr 2009 07:41:59 +0200 |

**User-agent**: |
Thunderbird 2.0.0.19 (X11/20090220) |

Przemek Klosowski a écrit :
>* normally I understand interval analysis as computing on intervals*
>* instead of simple numbers, whereas you seem to ask for integral result*
>* from simple floating number operands. In your example, what do you do with*
>* c, the interval result? do you not intend to use it as further input?*
>* *
>* *
It was a example, yeah I want to compute on intervals.
If you prefer another example [c]=[a]+[b]
>* c.min = a.min \+/ b.min*
>* c.max = a.max /+\ b.max*
\+/ and /+\ are + operator with rounding downward for the first and
upward for the second.
And my question is the same : how I do this operator (\+/ and /+\).
Thx,
--
JBen

**Switch rounding mode**, *J.Benoist Leger*, `2009/04/16`
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