Denormal vs Denormalized - What's the difference?

denormal | denormalized |


In computing theory|of a number|lang=en terms the difference between denormal and denormalized

is that denormal is (computing theory|of a number) smaller than the smallest normal number but larger than zero, thus serving to fill the underflow gap while denormalized is (computing theory|of a number) denormal.

As adjectives the difference between denormal and denormalized

is that denormal is (computing theory|of a number) smaller than the smallest normal number but larger than zero, thus serving to fill the underflow gap while denormalized is (computing theory|of a number) denormal.

As a verb denormalized is

(denormalize).

denormal

English

Adjective

(-)
  • (computing theory, of a number) Smaller than the smallest normal number but larger than zero, thus serving to fill the underflow gap.
  • Synonyms

    * denormalized * subnormal

    denormalized

    English

    Verb

    (head)
  • (denormalize)
  • Adjective

    (-)
  • (computing theory, of a number) denormal