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#include "config.h"
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Functions  
integer zround  P1C (double, r) 
Definition at line 7 of file zround.c.
{ integer i; /* R can be outside the range of an integer if glue is stretching or shrinking a lot. We can't do any better than returning the largest or smallest integer possible in that case. It doesn't seem to make any practical difference. Here is a sample input file which demonstrates the problem, from phil@cs.arizona.edu: \documentstyle{article} \begin{document} \begin{flushleft} $\hbox{} $\hfill \filbreak \eject djb@silverton.berkeley.edu points out we should testing against TeX's largest or smallest integer (32 bits), not the machine's. So we might as well use a floatingpoint constant, and avoid potential compiler bugs (also noted by djb, on BSDI). */ if (r > 2147483647.0) i = 2147483647; /* should be ...8, but atof bugs are too common */ else if (r < 2147483647.0) i = 2147483647; /* Admittedly some compilers don't follow the ANSI rules of casting meaning truncating toward zero; but it doesn't matter enough to do anything more complicated here. */ else if (r >= 0.0) i = (integer)(r + 0.5); else i = (integer)(r  0.5); return i; }