Nonsense.Originally posted by LordKronos:
Nope, when I tried to compile his fabs function, VC++ complained to me about not returning a value and refused to compile it.
With #pragma warning(disable: 4035) you should not have any warnings about these functions.
BUT if you're using <math.h>, you have to rename cos, sin, fabs, ... to something different.
No. It is the standard calling convention for x86.Originally posted by LordKronos:
maybe there is some keyword that you need to use to indicate the function returns it's value on the FPU stack