--- Comment #5 from Witold Baryluk <> 2010-01-31 
10:30:51 PST ---
(In reply to comment #4)
> Floating-point exponents means the result type must be complex, which at least
> for the moment complicates migrating to a library-only implementation of
> complex numbers.

No, it only means that some results will be NaN's. :)

But yes, complex result should also be supported, this can be determined when
left operand (base) is also complex (but then in many cases imaginary parts
will be 0, which is waste).

BTW. I don't see anything wrong with compiler implemntation of complex numbers.
Actually i see them supperior to the library-only implemntation.

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