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Delphi XE2 x64 Extended floating point support: CodeCentral 28488 TExtendedX87: FPU-backed 80-bit Extended type for Win64

Posted by jpluimers on 2011/09/14

in the Delphi 64 world, there is no official support for the Extended data type for various reasons.

If you really need it, then you can use the TExtendedX87 unit by Philipp M. Schlüter as mentioned in this Embarcadero forum thread.

–jeroen

Via: 28488 TExtendedX87: FPU-backed 80-bit Extended type for Win64.

2 Responses to “Delphi XE2 x64 Extended floating point support: CodeCentral 28488 TExtendedX87: FPU-backed 80-bit Extended type for Win64”

  1. Leif Uneus said

    You can vote for this QC92342 report to reinstate the native support for 80-bit extended type.

    http://qc.embarcadero.com/wc/qcmain.aspx?d=92342

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