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You might also wanna refer to _controlfp_s() (MS specific though) which can be used to control floating point exceptions.

If you don't explicitly check for zero before attempting a divide (on PC's etc) the hardware / FPU will generate the exception, I don't think it something specific to Borland C++


It might be a quirk of the Borland compiler - I remember that it set
floating-point overflows etc to be exceptions by default.
steve d.

Sorry for the Delphi attached garbage that follows.

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