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That's all I can think of.  Some possibilities: Sun made a tweak to  
the math handling perhaps?  ECJ no longer uses StrictMath (it's just  
too slow) though we could put it all in again.  :-) I know there were  
changes to the hash table lookups but that's just speed, not  
behavior.  Sorry Zheng, I'm not sure what Sun did.

Sean

On Jun 27, 2011, at 12:33 PM, J. Alejandro Zepeda Cortés wrote:

> Maybe the JVM suffered some related patch between 2009 and now.
>
> 2011/6/27 Zheng Yin <[log in to unmask]>
> Hi, Sean.
> I am using the same version ECJ. Any other possible reason for  
> different
> results?
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> Many thanks
>
> Zheng
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