/*-
* Copyright (c) 1992, 1993
* The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.
*
* This software was developed by the Computer Systems Engineering group
* at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory under DARPA contract BG 91-66 and
* contributed to Berkeley.
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* @(#)quad.h 8.1 (Berkeley) 6/4/93
* $FreeBSD: src/sys/libkern/quad.h,v 1.9 1999/08/28 00:46:36 peter Exp $
* $DragonFly: src/sys/libkern/quad.h,v 1.5 2003/11/09 05:15:32 dillon Exp $
*/
/*
* Quad arithmetic.
*
* This library makes the following assumptions:
*
* - The type long long (aka quad_t) exists.
*
* - A quad variable is exactly twice as long as `long'.
*
* - The machine's arithmetic is two's complement.
*
* This library can provide 128-bit arithmetic on a machine with 128-bit
* quads and 64-bit longs, for instance, or 96-bit arithmetic on machines
* with 48-bit longs.
*/
#include
#include
#include
#include
/*
* Depending on the desired operation, we view a `long long' (aka quad_t) in
* one or more of the following formats.
*/
union uu {
quad_t q; /* as a (signed) quad */
quad_t uq; /* as an unsigned quad */
long sl[2]; /* as two signed longs */
u_long ul[2]; /* as two unsigned longs */
};
/*
* Define high and low longwords.
*/
#define H _QUAD_HIGHWORD
#define L _QUAD_LOWWORD
/*
* Total number of bits in a quad_t and in the pieces that make it up.
* These are used for shifting, and also below for halfword extraction
* and assembly.
*/
#define QUAD_BITS (sizeof(quad_t) * CHAR_BIT)
#define LONG_BITS (sizeof(long) * CHAR_BIT)
#define HALF_BITS (sizeof(long) * CHAR_BIT / 2)
/*
* Extract high and low shortwords from longword, and move low shortword of
* longword to upper half of long, i.e., produce the upper longword of
* ((quad_t)(x) << (number_of_bits_in_long/2)). (`x' must actually be u_long.)
*
* These are used in the multiply code, to split a longword into upper
* and lower halves, and to reassemble a product as a quad_t, shifted left
* (sizeof(long)*CHAR_BIT/2).
*/
#define HHALF(x) ((x) >> HALF_BITS)
#define LHALF(x) ((x) & ((1 << HALF_BITS) - 1))
#define LHUP(x) ((x) << HALF_BITS)
quad_t __divdi3 (quad_t a, quad_t b);
quad_t __moddi3 (quad_t a, quad_t b);
u_quad_t __qdivrem (u_quad_t u, u_quad_t v, u_quad_t *rem);
u_quad_t __udivdi3 (u_quad_t a, u_quad_t b);
u_quad_t __umoddi3 (u_quad_t a, u_quad_t b);
int __ucmpdi2(u_quad_t a, u_quad_t b);
int __cmpdi2(quad_t a, quad_t b);
/*
* XXX
* Compensate for gcc 1 vs gcc 2. Gcc 1 defines ?sh?di3's second argument
* as u_quad_t, while gcc 2 correctly uses int. Unfortunately, we still use
* both compilers.
*/
#if __GNUC__ >= 2
typedef unsigned int qshift_t;
#else
typedef u_quad_t qshift_t;
#endif