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PJ Arends wrote:
I now know that taking the log of 0.0 is undefined,

The result of log10(0.0) in an IEC 60559 (==IEEE 754) environment is -INFINITY, and raises the "divide by zero" floating-point exception (C-99 Standard Normative Appendix F.9.3.8, included by reference in C++-2012)

The result of casting a value outside the range [INT_MIN, INT_MAX] to int is Undefined Behavior.

Beware - the compiler can do anything in response to Undefined Behavior, from giving a "reasonable" response to formatting your disk to making demons fly out of your nose! Smile | :)
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