Re: human friendly hexrep???

The formats "%A" and "%LA" have some degree of freedom.  Specifically,
while the standard specifies one digit before the ".", it does not
constrain the digit other than being non-zero for normal numbers.  The
exponent is in bits, so that leaves four possible renderings of each

For example, if your value is 2, you can end up with 0x8p-2, 0x4p-1,
0x2p+0, or 0x1p+1.

hexrep is a debugging tool so the exact form of the output isn't
terribly important.


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