Package org.apfloat

Class LossOfPrecisionException

All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable

public class LossOfPrecisionException extends ApfloatRuntimeException
Exception indicating a result that would have no significant digits.

An example would be ApfloatMath.sin(new Apfloat(1e100)). Rather than returning an arbitrary result, this exception should be thrown.

Note that a subtraction where a complete loss of digits occurs does not throw this exception but instead just returns zero.

Since:
1.5
Version:
1.5
Author:
Mikko Tommila
See Also:
Serialized Form
  • Constructor Details

    • LossOfPrecisionException

      public LossOfPrecisionException()
      Constructs a new apfloat loss of precision exception with an empty detail message.
    • LossOfPrecisionException

      public LossOfPrecisionException(String message)
      Constructs a new apfloat loss of precision exception with the specified detail message.
      Parameters:
      message - The detail message.
    • LossOfPrecisionException

      public LossOfPrecisionException(String message, Throwable cause)
      Constructs a new apfloat loss of precision exception with the specified detail message and cause.
      Parameters:
      message - The detail message.
      cause - Originating cause of the exception.