/* $NetBSD: fpu_arith.h,v 1.4 2005/12/24 20:07:28 perry Exp $ */
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* @(#)fpu_arith.h 8.1 (Berkeley) 6/11/93
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/*
* Extended-precision arithmetic.
*
* We hold the notion of a `carry register', which may or may not be a
* machine carry bit or register. On the SPARC, it is just the machine's
* carry bit.
*
* In the worst case, you can compute the carry from x+y as
* (unsigned)(x + y) < (unsigned)x
* and from x+y+c as
* ((unsigned)(x + y + c) <= (unsigned)x && (y|c) != 0)
* for example.
*/
#ifndef FPE_USE_ASM
/* set up for extended-precision arithemtic */
#define FPU_DECL_CARRY quad_t fpu_carry, fpu_tmp;
/*
* We have three kinds of add:
* add with carry: r = x + y + c
* add (ignoring current carry) and set carry: c'r = x + y + 0
* add with carry and set carry: c'r = x + y + c
* The macros use `C' for `use carry' and `S' for `set carry'.
* Note that the state of the carry is undefined after ADDC and SUBC,
* so if all you have for these is `add with carry and set carry',
* that is OK.
*
* The same goes for subtract, except that we compute x - y - c.
*
* Finally, we have a way to get the carry into a `regular' variable,
* or set it from a value. SET_CARRY turns 0 into no-carry, nonzero
* into carry; GET_CARRY sets its argument to 0 or 1.
*/
#define FPU_ADDC(r, x, y) \
(r) = (x) + (y) + (!!fpu_carry)
#define FPU_ADDS(r, x, y) \
{ \
fpu_tmp = (quad_t)(x) + (quad_t)(y); \
(r) = (u_int)fpu_tmp; \
fpu_carry = ((fpu_tmp & 0xffffffff00000000LL) != 0); \
}
#define FPU_ADDCS(r, x, y) \
{ \
fpu_tmp = (quad_t)(x) + (quad_t)(y) + (!!fpu_carry); \
(r) = (u_int)fpu_tmp; \
fpu_carry = ((fpu_tmp & 0xffffffff00000000LL) != 0); \
}
#define FPU_SUBC(r, x, y) \
(r) = (x) - (y) - (!!fpu_carry)
#define FPU_SUBS(r, x, y) \
{ \
fpu_tmp = (quad_t)(x) - (quad_t)(y); \
(r) = (u_int)fpu_tmp; \
fpu_carry = ((fpu_tmp & 0xffffffff00000000LL) != 0); \
}
#define FPU_SUBCS(r, x, y) \
{ \
fpu_tmp = (quad_t)(x) - (quad_t)(y) - (!!fpu_carry); \
(r) = (u_int)fpu_tmp; \
fpu_carry = ((fpu_tmp & 0xffffffff00000000LL) != 0); \
}
#define FPU_GET_CARRY(r) (r) = (!!fpu_carry)
#define FPU_SET_CARRY(v) fpu_carry = ((v) != 0)
#else
/* set up for extended-precision arithemtic */
#define FPU_DECL_CARRY
/*
* We have three kinds of add:
* add with carry: r = x + y + c
* add (ignoring current carry) and set carry: c'r = x + y + 0
* add with carry and set carry: c'r = x + y + c
* The macros use `C' for `use carry' and `S' for `set carry'.
* Note that the state of the carry is undefined after ADDC and SUBC,
* so if all you have for these is `add with carry and set carry',
* that is OK.
*
* The same goes for subtract, except that we compute x - y - c.
*
* Finally, we have a way to get the carry into a `regular' variable,
* or set it from a value. SET_CARRY turns 0 into no-carry, nonzero
* into carry; GET_CARRY sets its argument to 0 or 1.
*/
#define FPU_ADDC(r, x, y) \
__asm volatile("adde %0,%1,%2" : "=r"(r) : "r"(x), "r"(y))
#define FPU_ADDS(r, x, y) \
__asm volatile("addc %0,%1,%2" : "=r"(r) : "r"(x), "r"(y))
#define FPU_ADDCS(r, x, y) \
__asm volatile("adde %0,%1,%2" : "=r"(r) : "r"(x), "r"(y))
#define FPU_SUBC(r, x, y) \
__asm volatile("subfe %0,%2,%1" : "=r"(r) : "r"(x), "r"(y))
#define FPU_SUBS(r, x, y) \
__asm volatile("subfc %0,%2,%1" : "=r"(r) : "r"(x), "r"(y))
#define FPU_SUBCS(r, x, y) \
__asm volatile("subfe %0,%2,%1" : "=r"(r) : "r"(x), "r"(y))
#define FPU_GET_CARRY(r) __asm volatile("li %0,0; addie %0,%0,0" : "=r"(r))
/* This one needs to destroy a temp register. */
#define FPU_SET_CARRY(v) do { int __tmp; \
__asm volatile("addic %0,%0,-1" : "r"(__tmp) : "r"(v)); \
} while (0)
#define FPU_SHL1_BY_ADD /* shift left 1 faster by ADDC than (a<<1)|(b>>31) */
#endif