gbenv - Floating point locale, and gbutils settings
Show floating point environment (for x86 family processors), locale and gbutils
- if the environment is the default environment of the
machine; if the precision is single, double or extended; if the rounding
is nearest, upward, downward or toward zero; the list of exceptions whose
interrupts are ignored (masked).
- decimal point; thousand separator; the relative position of
the thousand separator (grouping).
- if the error handler is activated; the value of the
environment variables dictating the output format; the output format of
integers and floating point numbers.
- print this help message
Written by Giulio Bottazzi
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