Turn off ZeroDivisionError?
ndbecker2 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 9 23:03:53 CET 2008
I'd like to turn off ZeroDivisionError. I'd like 0./0. to just give NaN,
and when output, just print 'NaN'. I notice fpconst has the required
constants. I don't want to significantly slow floating point math, so I
don't want to just trap the exception.
If I use C code to turn off the hardware signal, will that stop python from
detecting the exception, or is python checking for 0 denominator on it's
own (hope not, that would waste cycles).
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