Determine whether one floating-point number is less than or greater than another
#include <math.h> #define islessgreater( x, y ) ...
The islessgreater() macro determines whether x is less than or greater than y. It's the same as (x) <= (y) || (x) >= (y) but doesn't raise the invalid floating-point exception if x and y are unordered, and it doesn't evaluate x and y twice.
The value of (x) <= (y) || (x) >= (y). If x or y is NaN, this function returns 0.
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Cancellation point | No |
Interrupt handler | No |
Signal handler | No |
Thread | Yes |