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Comment:Fix a typo in the testing.html document.
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User & Date: drh 2018-09-03 10:46:11
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2018-09-03
10:57
Fix a typo in the CREATE TABLE documentation. check-in: aff4908d94 user: drh tags: trunk
10:46
Fix a typo in the testing.html document. check-in: fb87225a7a user: drh tags: trunk
2018-08-27
20:52
Enhancements to the virtual table documentation to describe the operation of SQLITE_INDEX_CONSTRAINT_FUNCTION. check-in: f3d8866e42 user: drh tags: trunk
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<li>And so forth....
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<p>Since undefined and implementation-defined behavior is non-portable
and can easily lead to incorrect answers, SQLite works very hard to avoid it.
For example,
when adding two integer column values together as part of an SQL statement,
SQLite does not simple add them together using the C-language "+" operator.
Instead, it first checks to make sure the
addition will not overflow, and if it will, it does the addition using
floating point instead.

<p>To help ensure that SQLite does not make use of undefined or
implementation defined behavior, the test suites are rerun using
instrumented builds that try to detect undefined behavior.  For example,







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<p>Since undefined and implementation-defined behavior is non-portable
and can easily lead to incorrect answers, SQLite works very hard to avoid it.
For example,
when adding two integer column values together as part of an SQL statement,
SQLite does not simply add them together using the C-language "+" operator.
Instead, it first checks to make sure the
addition will not overflow, and if it will, it does the addition using
floating point instead.

<p>To help ensure that SQLite does not make use of undefined or
implementation defined behavior, the test suites are rerun using
instrumented builds that try to detect undefined behavior.  For example,