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frexpd64(3M)							  frexpd64(3M)

       frexpd64(),  frexpd128(),  frexpd32()  -	 extract mantissa and exponent
       from decimal floating-point numbers

       The function breaks a decimal floating-point number into	 a  normalized
       decimal	fraction  f  and  an  integral	power of 10.  It returns f and
       stores the integer exponent of 10 in the object pointed to by exp.  The
       fraction	 f  is	a with magnitude in the interval [0.1, 1) or zero, and
       value equals f times 10 raised to the power *exp.

       is a version of it takes a first argument and returns a result.

       is a version of it takes a first argument and returns a result.

       These math functions are supported for HP-UX 11i	 Version  3  September
       2008 Update and forward.

       To use any of these functions, compile with the option.

       Make sure your program defines and then includes

       Link in the math library by specifying or on the linking command line.

       For more information, see the at the following site:

       If  value  is zero, returns value and stores zero in the object pointed
       to by exp.

       If value is NaN, returns NaN, and the value of *exp is unspecified.

       If value returns value, and the value of *exp is unspecified.

       These functions raise no exceptions.

       No errors are defined.

       ilogbd64(3M), ldexpd64(3M), logbd64(3M),	 modfd64(3M),  scalblnd64(3M),
       scalbnd64(3M), math(5).

       These  functions	 conform  to ISO/IEC TR 24732, "Extension for the pro‐
       gramming language C to support decimal floating-point arithmetic".

			   HP Integrity Server Only		  frexpd64(3M)

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