Non IEEE-754 compliant compile-time floating-point optimisations

LTS Haskell 13.25:1.0.2
Stackage Nightly 2019-06-17:1.0.2
Latest on Hackage:1.0.2

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Module documentation for 1.0.2

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The Numeric.FastMath module brings into scope many unsafe RULES for Floats and Doubles that can greatly improve run time performance. It is roughly equivalent to gcc's -ffast-math compiler flag. Optimisation (at least -O1) must be enabled for any RULES to take effect.

These rules are unsafe because they don't strictly adhere to the IEEE-754 regulations and may subtly change the results of your numeric computations. See the README on github for more details.

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