Floating point exception when taking a reciprocal of a list in v.
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- Subject: [mg110440] Floating point exception when taking a reciprocal of a list in v.
- From: Leo Alekseyev <dnquark at gmail.com>
- Date: Fri, 18 Jun 2010 01:25:19 -0400 (EDT)
I am running into a strange bug where taking reciprocals of a list of
floating point numbers crashes the kernel with a floating point
exception. This is on a Linux x86_64 system, Ubuntu 9.10, running
gives me the crash
Replacing floats with integers makes things work fine, also, for small
enough lists (order of 10 elements) everything works.
Same version of Mathematica on a 32-bit linux system or on Windows
doesn't exhibit this behavior.
I am rather mystified by what's going on; my hardware/OS is pretty
standard, so if the bug were this obvious it would have long been
known by now... But if anyone else has run into similar behavior
and/or knows of some sort of a fix, please let me know.
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