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/*===---- smmintrin.h - SSE4 intrinsics ------------------------------------=== | |

* | |

* Part of the LLVM Project, under the Apache License v2.0 with LLVM Exceptions. | |

* See https://llvm.org/LICENSE.txt for license information. | |

* SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0 WITH LLVM-exception | |

* | |

*===-----------------------------------------------------------------------=== | |

*/ | |

#ifndef __SMMINTRIN_H | |

#define __SMMINTRIN_H | |

#if !defined(__i386__) && !defined(__x86_64__) | |

#error "This header is only meant to be used on x86 and x64 architecture" | |

#endif | |

#include <tmmintrin.h> | |

/* Define the default attributes for the functions in this file. */ | |

#define __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS __attribute__((__always_inline__, __nodebug__, __target__("sse4.1"), __min_vector_width__(128))) | |

/* SSE4 Rounding macros. */ | |

#define _MM_FROUND_TO_NEAREST_INT 0x00 | |

#define _MM_FROUND_TO_NEG_INF 0x01 | |

#define _MM_FROUND_TO_POS_INF 0x02 | |

#define _MM_FROUND_TO_ZERO 0x03 | |

#define _MM_FROUND_CUR_DIRECTION 0x04 | |

#define _MM_FROUND_RAISE_EXC 0x00 | |

#define _MM_FROUND_NO_EXC 0x08 | |

#define _MM_FROUND_NINT (_MM_FROUND_RAISE_EXC | _MM_FROUND_TO_NEAREST_INT) | |

#define _MM_FROUND_FLOOR (_MM_FROUND_RAISE_EXC | _MM_FROUND_TO_NEG_INF) | |

#define _MM_FROUND_CEIL (_MM_FROUND_RAISE_EXC | _MM_FROUND_TO_POS_INF) | |

#define _MM_FROUND_TRUNC (_MM_FROUND_RAISE_EXC | _MM_FROUND_TO_ZERO) | |

#define _MM_FROUND_RINT (_MM_FROUND_RAISE_EXC | _MM_FROUND_CUR_DIRECTION) | |

#define _MM_FROUND_NEARBYINT (_MM_FROUND_NO_EXC | _MM_FROUND_CUR_DIRECTION) | |

/// Rounds up each element of the 128-bit vector of [4 x float] to an | |

/// integer and returns the rounded values in a 128-bit vector of | |

/// [4 x float]. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128 _mm_ceil_ps(__m128 X); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VROUNDPS / ROUNDPS </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x float] values to be rounded up. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x float] containing the rounded values. | |

#define _mm_ceil_ps(X) _mm_round_ps((X), _MM_FROUND_CEIL) | |

/// Rounds up each element of the 128-bit vector of [2 x double] to an | |

/// integer and returns the rounded values in a 128-bit vector of | |

/// [2 x double]. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128d _mm_ceil_pd(__m128d X); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VROUNDPD / ROUNDPD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [2 x double] values to be rounded up. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [2 x double] containing the rounded values. | |

#define _mm_ceil_pd(X) _mm_round_pd((X), _MM_FROUND_CEIL) | |

/// Copies three upper elements of the first 128-bit vector operand to | |

/// the corresponding three upper elements of the 128-bit result vector of | |

/// [4 x float]. Rounds up the lowest element of the second 128-bit vector | |

/// operand to an integer and copies it to the lowest element of the 128-bit | |

/// result vector of [4 x float]. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128 _mm_ceil_ss(__m128 X, __m128 Y); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VROUNDSS / ROUNDSS </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x float]. The values stored in bits [127:32] are | |

/// copied to the corresponding bits of the result. | |

/// \param Y | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x float]. The value stored in bits [31:0] is | |

/// rounded up to the nearest integer and copied to the corresponding bits | |

/// of the result. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x float] containing the copied and rounded | |

/// values. | |

#define _mm_ceil_ss(X, Y) _mm_round_ss((X), (Y), _MM_FROUND_CEIL) | |

/// Copies the upper element of the first 128-bit vector operand to the | |

/// corresponding upper element of the 128-bit result vector of [2 x double]. | |

/// Rounds up the lower element of the second 128-bit vector operand to an | |

/// integer and copies it to the lower element of the 128-bit result vector | |

/// of [2 x double]. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128d _mm_ceil_sd(__m128d X, __m128d Y); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VROUNDSD / ROUNDSD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [2 x double]. The value stored in bits [127:64] is | |

/// copied to the corresponding bits of the result. | |

/// \param Y | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [2 x double]. The value stored in bits [63:0] is | |

/// rounded up to the nearest integer and copied to the corresponding bits | |

/// of the result. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [2 x double] containing the copied and rounded | |

/// values. | |

#define _mm_ceil_sd(X, Y) _mm_round_sd((X), (Y), _MM_FROUND_CEIL) | |

/// Rounds down each element of the 128-bit vector of [4 x float] to an | |

/// an integer and returns the rounded values in a 128-bit vector of | |

/// [4 x float]. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128 _mm_floor_ps(__m128 X); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VROUNDPS / ROUNDPS </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x float] values to be rounded down. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x float] containing the rounded values. | |

#define _mm_floor_ps(X) _mm_round_ps((X), _MM_FROUND_FLOOR) | |

/// Rounds down each element of the 128-bit vector of [2 x double] to an | |

/// integer and returns the rounded values in a 128-bit vector of | |

/// [2 x double]. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128d _mm_floor_pd(__m128d X); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VROUNDPD / ROUNDPD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [2 x double]. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [2 x double] containing the rounded values. | |

#define _mm_floor_pd(X) _mm_round_pd((X), _MM_FROUND_FLOOR) | |

/// Copies three upper elements of the first 128-bit vector operand to | |

/// the corresponding three upper elements of the 128-bit result vector of | |

/// [4 x float]. Rounds down the lowest element of the second 128-bit vector | |

/// operand to an integer and copies it to the lowest element of the 128-bit | |

/// result vector of [4 x float]. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128 _mm_floor_ss(__m128 X, __m128 Y); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VROUNDSS / ROUNDSS </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x float]. The values stored in bits [127:32] are | |

/// copied to the corresponding bits of the result. | |

/// \param Y | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x float]. The value stored in bits [31:0] is | |

/// rounded down to the nearest integer and copied to the corresponding bits | |

/// of the result. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x float] containing the copied and rounded | |

/// values. | |

#define _mm_floor_ss(X, Y) _mm_round_ss((X), (Y), _MM_FROUND_FLOOR) | |

/// Copies the upper element of the first 128-bit vector operand to the | |

/// corresponding upper element of the 128-bit result vector of [2 x double]. | |

/// Rounds down the lower element of the second 128-bit vector operand to an | |

/// integer and copies it to the lower element of the 128-bit result vector | |

/// of [2 x double]. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128d _mm_floor_sd(__m128d X, __m128d Y); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VROUNDSD / ROUNDSD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [2 x double]. The value stored in bits [127:64] is | |

/// copied to the corresponding bits of the result. | |

/// \param Y | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [2 x double]. The value stored in bits [63:0] is | |

/// rounded down to the nearest integer and copied to the corresponding bits | |

/// of the result. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [2 x double] containing the copied and rounded | |

/// values. | |

#define _mm_floor_sd(X, Y) _mm_round_sd((X), (Y), _MM_FROUND_FLOOR) | |

/// Rounds each element of the 128-bit vector of [4 x float] to an | |

/// integer value according to the rounding control specified by the second | |

/// argument and returns the rounded values in a 128-bit vector of | |

/// [4 x float]. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128 _mm_round_ps(__m128 X, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VROUNDPS / ROUNDPS </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x float]. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An integer value that specifies the rounding operation. \n | |

/// Bits [7:4] are reserved. \n | |

/// Bit [3] is a precision exception value: \n | |

/// 0: A normal PE exception is used \n | |

/// 1: The PE field is not updated \n | |

/// Bit [2] is the rounding control source: \n | |

/// 0: Use bits [1:0] of \a M \n | |

/// 1: Use the current MXCSR setting \n | |

/// Bits [1:0] contain the rounding control definition: \n | |

/// 00: Nearest \n | |

/// 01: Downward (toward negative infinity) \n | |

/// 10: Upward (toward positive infinity) \n | |

/// 11: Truncated | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x float] containing the rounded values. | |

#define _mm_round_ps(X, M) \ | |

((__m128)__builtin_ia32_roundps((__v4sf)(__m128)(X), (M))) | |

/// Copies three upper elements of the first 128-bit vector operand to | |

/// the corresponding three upper elements of the 128-bit result vector of | |

/// [4 x float]. Rounds the lowest element of the second 128-bit vector | |

/// operand to an integer value according to the rounding control specified | |

/// by the third argument and copies it to the lowest element of the 128-bit | |

/// result vector of [4 x float]. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128 _mm_round_ss(__m128 X, __m128 Y, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VROUNDSS / ROUNDSS </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x float]. The values stored in bits [127:32] are | |

/// copied to the corresponding bits of the result. | |

/// \param Y | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x float]. The value stored in bits [31:0] is | |

/// rounded to the nearest integer using the specified rounding control and | |

/// copied to the corresponding bits of the result. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An integer value that specifies the rounding operation. \n | |

/// Bits [7:4] are reserved. \n | |

/// Bit [3] is a precision exception value: \n | |

/// 0: A normal PE exception is used \n | |

/// 1: The PE field is not updated \n | |

/// Bit [2] is the rounding control source: \n | |

/// 0: Use bits [1:0] of \a M \n | |

/// 1: Use the current MXCSR setting \n | |

/// Bits [1:0] contain the rounding control definition: \n | |

/// 00: Nearest \n | |

/// 01: Downward (toward negative infinity) \n | |

/// 10: Upward (toward positive infinity) \n | |

/// 11: Truncated | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x float] containing the copied and rounded | |

/// values. | |

#define _mm_round_ss(X, Y, M) \ | |

((__m128)__builtin_ia32_roundss((__v4sf)(__m128)(X), \ | |

(__v4sf)(__m128)(Y), (M))) | |

/// Rounds each element of the 128-bit vector of [2 x double] to an | |

/// integer value according to the rounding control specified by the second | |

/// argument and returns the rounded values in a 128-bit vector of | |

/// [2 x double]. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128d _mm_round_pd(__m128d X, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VROUNDPD / ROUNDPD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [2 x double]. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An integer value that specifies the rounding operation. \n | |

/// Bits [7:4] are reserved. \n | |

/// Bit [3] is a precision exception value: \n | |

/// 0: A normal PE exception is used \n | |

/// 1: The PE field is not updated \n | |

/// Bit [2] is the rounding control source: \n | |

/// 0: Use bits [1:0] of \a M \n | |

/// 1: Use the current MXCSR setting \n | |

/// Bits [1:0] contain the rounding control definition: \n | |

/// 00: Nearest \n | |

/// 01: Downward (toward negative infinity) \n | |

/// 10: Upward (toward positive infinity) \n | |

/// 11: Truncated | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [2 x double] containing the rounded values. | |

#define _mm_round_pd(X, M) \ | |

((__m128d)__builtin_ia32_roundpd((__v2df)(__m128d)(X), (M))) | |

/// Copies the upper element of the first 128-bit vector operand to the | |

/// corresponding upper element of the 128-bit result vector of [2 x double]. | |

/// Rounds the lower element of the second 128-bit vector operand to an | |

/// integer value according to the rounding control specified by the third | |

/// argument and copies it to the lower element of the 128-bit result vector | |

/// of [2 x double]. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128d _mm_round_sd(__m128d X, __m128d Y, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VROUNDSD / ROUNDSD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [2 x double]. The value stored in bits [127:64] is | |

/// copied to the corresponding bits of the result. | |

/// \param Y | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [2 x double]. The value stored in bits [63:0] is | |

/// rounded to the nearest integer using the specified rounding control and | |

/// copied to the corresponding bits of the result. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An integer value that specifies the rounding operation. \n | |

/// Bits [7:4] are reserved. \n | |

/// Bit [3] is a precision exception value: \n | |

/// 0: A normal PE exception is used \n | |

/// 1: The PE field is not updated \n | |

/// Bit [2] is the rounding control source: \n | |

/// 0: Use bits [1:0] of \a M \n | |

/// 1: Use the current MXCSR setting \n | |

/// Bits [1:0] contain the rounding control definition: \n | |

/// 00: Nearest \n | |

/// 01: Downward (toward negative infinity) \n | |

/// 10: Upward (toward positive infinity) \n | |

/// 11: Truncated | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [2 x double] containing the copied and rounded | |

/// values. | |

#define _mm_round_sd(X, Y, M) \ | |

((__m128d)__builtin_ia32_roundsd((__v2df)(__m128d)(X), \ | |

(__v2df)(__m128d)(Y), (M))) | |

/* SSE4 Packed Blending Intrinsics. */ | |

/// Returns a 128-bit vector of [2 x double] where the values are | |

/// selected from either the first or second operand as specified by the | |

/// third operand, the control mask. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128d _mm_blend_pd(__m128d V1, __m128d V2, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VBLENDPD / BLENDPD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param V1 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [2 x double]. | |

/// \param V2 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [2 x double]. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An immediate integer operand, with mask bits [1:0] specifying how the | |

/// values are to be copied. The position of the mask bit corresponds to the | |

/// index of a copied value. When a mask bit is 0, the corresponding 64-bit | |

/// element in operand \a V1 is copied to the same position in the result. | |

/// When a mask bit is 1, the corresponding 64-bit element in operand \a V2 | |

/// is copied to the same position in the result. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [2 x double] containing the copied values. | |

#define _mm_blend_pd(V1, V2, M) \ | |

((__m128d) __builtin_ia32_blendpd ((__v2df)(__m128d)(V1), \ | |

(__v2df)(__m128d)(V2), (int)(M))) | |

/// Returns a 128-bit vector of [4 x float] where the values are selected | |

/// from either the first or second operand as specified by the third | |

/// operand, the control mask. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128 _mm_blend_ps(__m128 V1, __m128 V2, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VBLENDPS / BLENDPS </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param V1 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x float]. | |

/// \param V2 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x float]. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An immediate integer operand, with mask bits [3:0] specifying how the | |

/// values are to be copied. The position of the mask bit corresponds to the | |

/// index of a copied value. When a mask bit is 0, the corresponding 32-bit | |

/// element in operand \a V1 is copied to the same position in the result. | |

/// When a mask bit is 1, the corresponding 32-bit element in operand \a V2 | |

/// is copied to the same position in the result. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x float] containing the copied values. | |

#define _mm_blend_ps(V1, V2, M) \ | |

((__m128) __builtin_ia32_blendps ((__v4sf)(__m128)(V1), \ | |

(__v4sf)(__m128)(V2), (int)(M))) | |

/// Returns a 128-bit vector of [2 x double] where the values are | |

/// selected from either the first or second operand as specified by the | |

/// third operand, the control mask. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VBLENDVPD / BLENDVPD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V1 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [2 x double]. | |

/// \param __V2 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [2 x double]. | |

/// \param __M | |

/// A 128-bit vector operand, with mask bits 127 and 63 specifying how the | |

/// values are to be copied. The position of the mask bit corresponds to the | |

/// most significant bit of a copied value. When a mask bit is 0, the | |

/// corresponding 64-bit element in operand \a __V1 is copied to the same | |

/// position in the result. When a mask bit is 1, the corresponding 64-bit | |

/// element in operand \a __V2 is copied to the same position in the result. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [2 x double] containing the copied values. | |

static __inline__ __m128d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_blendv_pd (__m128d __V1, __m128d __V2, __m128d __M) | |

{ | |

return (__m128d) __builtin_ia32_blendvpd ((__v2df)__V1, (__v2df)__V2, | |

(__v2df)__M); | |

} | |

/// Returns a 128-bit vector of [4 x float] where the values are | |

/// selected from either the first or second operand as specified by the | |

/// third operand, the control mask. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VBLENDVPS / BLENDVPS </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V1 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x float]. | |

/// \param __V2 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x float]. | |

/// \param __M | |

/// A 128-bit vector operand, with mask bits 127, 95, 63, and 31 specifying | |

/// how the values are to be copied. The position of the mask bit corresponds | |

/// to the most significant bit of a copied value. When a mask bit is 0, the | |

/// corresponding 32-bit element in operand \a __V1 is copied to the same | |

/// position in the result. When a mask bit is 1, the corresponding 32-bit | |

/// element in operand \a __V2 is copied to the same position in the result. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x float] containing the copied values. | |

static __inline__ __m128 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_blendv_ps (__m128 __V1, __m128 __V2, __m128 __M) | |

{ | |

return (__m128) __builtin_ia32_blendvps ((__v4sf)__V1, (__v4sf)__V2, | |

(__v4sf)__M); | |

} | |

/// Returns a 128-bit vector of [16 x i8] where the values are selected | |

/// from either of the first or second operand as specified by the third | |

/// operand, the control mask. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPBLENDVB / PBLENDVB </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V1 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [16 x i8]. | |

/// \param __V2 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [16 x i8]. | |

/// \param __M | |

/// A 128-bit vector operand, with mask bits 127, 119, 111...7 specifying | |

/// how the values are to be copied. The position of the mask bit corresponds | |

/// to the most significant bit of a copied value. When a mask bit is 0, the | |

/// corresponding 8-bit element in operand \a __V1 is copied to the same | |

/// position in the result. When a mask bit is 1, the corresponding 8-bit | |

/// element in operand \a __V2 is copied to the same position in the result. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [16 x i8] containing the copied values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_blendv_epi8 (__m128i __V1, __m128i __V2, __m128i __M) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i) __builtin_ia32_pblendvb128 ((__v16qi)__V1, (__v16qi)__V2, | |

(__v16qi)__M); | |

} | |

/// Returns a 128-bit vector of [8 x i16] where the values are selected | |

/// from either of the first or second operand as specified by the third | |

/// operand, the control mask. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128i _mm_blend_epi16(__m128i V1, __m128i V2, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPBLENDW / PBLENDW </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param V1 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [8 x i16]. | |

/// \param V2 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [8 x i16]. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An immediate integer operand, with mask bits [7:0] specifying how the | |

/// values are to be copied. The position of the mask bit corresponds to the | |

/// index of a copied value. When a mask bit is 0, the corresponding 16-bit | |

/// element in operand \a V1 is copied to the same position in the result. | |

/// When a mask bit is 1, the corresponding 16-bit element in operand \a V2 | |

/// is copied to the same position in the result. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [8 x i16] containing the copied values. | |

#define _mm_blend_epi16(V1, V2, M) \ | |

((__m128i) __builtin_ia32_pblendw128 ((__v8hi)(__m128i)(V1), \ | |

(__v8hi)(__m128i)(V2), (int)(M))) | |

/* SSE4 Dword Multiply Instructions. */ | |

/// Multiples corresponding elements of two 128-bit vectors of [4 x i32] | |

/// and returns the lower 32 bits of the each product in a 128-bit vector of | |

/// [4 x i32]. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMULLD / PMULLD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V1 | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector. | |

/// \param __V2 | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit integer vector containing the products of both operands. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_mullo_epi32 (__m128i __V1, __m128i __V2) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i) ((__v4su)__V1 * (__v4su)__V2); | |

} | |

/// Multiplies corresponding even-indexed elements of two 128-bit | |

/// vectors of [4 x i32] and returns a 128-bit vector of [2 x i64] | |

/// containing the products. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMULDQ / PMULDQ </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V1 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x i32]. | |

/// \param __V2 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x i32]. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [2 x i64] containing the products of both | |

/// operands. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_mul_epi32 (__m128i __V1, __m128i __V2) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i) __builtin_ia32_pmuldq128 ((__v4si)__V1, (__v4si)__V2); | |

} | |

/* SSE4 Floating Point Dot Product Instructions. */ | |

/// Computes the dot product of the two 128-bit vectors of [4 x float] | |

/// and returns it in the elements of the 128-bit result vector of | |

/// [4 x float]. | |

/// | |

/// The immediate integer operand controls which input elements | |

/// will contribute to the dot product, and where the final results are | |

/// returned. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128 _mm_dp_ps(__m128 X, __m128 Y, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VDPPS / DPPS </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x float]. | |

/// \param Y | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x float]. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An immediate integer operand. Mask bits [7:4] determine which elements | |

/// of the input vectors are used, with bit [4] corresponding to the lowest | |

/// element and bit [7] corresponding to the highest element of each [4 x | |

/// float] vector. If a bit is set, the corresponding elements from the two | |

/// input vectors are used as an input for dot product; otherwise that input | |

/// is treated as zero. Bits [3:0] determine which elements of the result | |

/// will receive a copy of the final dot product, with bit [0] corresponding | |

/// to the lowest element and bit [3] corresponding to the highest element of | |

/// each [4 x float] subvector. If a bit is set, the dot product is returned | |

/// in the corresponding element; otherwise that element is set to zero. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x float] containing the dot product. | |

#define _mm_dp_ps(X, Y, M) \ | |

((__m128) __builtin_ia32_dpps((__v4sf)(__m128)(X), \ | |

(__v4sf)(__m128)(Y), (M))) | |

/// Computes the dot product of the two 128-bit vectors of [2 x double] | |

/// and returns it in the elements of the 128-bit result vector of | |

/// [2 x double]. | |

/// | |

/// The immediate integer operand controls which input | |

/// elements will contribute to the dot product, and where the final results | |

/// are returned. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128d _mm_dp_pd(__m128d X, __m128d Y, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VDPPD / DPPD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [2 x double]. | |

/// \param Y | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [2 x double]. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An immediate integer operand. Mask bits [5:4] determine which elements | |

/// of the input vectors are used, with bit [4] corresponding to the lowest | |

/// element and bit [5] corresponding to the highest element of each of [2 x | |

/// double] vector. If a bit is set, the corresponding elements from the two | |

/// input vectors are used as an input for dot product; otherwise that input | |

/// is treated as zero. Bits [1:0] determine which elements of the result | |

/// will receive a copy of the final dot product, with bit [0] corresponding | |

/// to the lowest element and bit [1] corresponding to the highest element of | |

/// each [2 x double] vector. If a bit is set, the dot product is returned in | |

/// the corresponding element; otherwise that element is set to zero. | |

#define _mm_dp_pd(X, Y, M) \ | |

((__m128d) __builtin_ia32_dppd((__v2df)(__m128d)(X), \ | |

(__v2df)(__m128d)(Y), (M))) | |

/* SSE4 Streaming Load Hint Instruction. */ | |

/// Loads integer values from a 128-bit aligned memory location to a | |

/// 128-bit integer vector. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VMOVNTDQA / MOVNTDQA </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V | |

/// A pointer to a 128-bit aligned memory location that contains the integer | |

/// values. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit integer vector containing the data stored at the | |

/// specified memory location. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_stream_load_si128 (__m128i const *__V) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i) __builtin_nontemporal_load ((const __v2di *) __V); | |

} | |

/* SSE4 Packed Integer Min/Max Instructions. */ | |

/// Compares the corresponding elements of two 128-bit vectors of | |

/// [16 x i8] and returns a 128-bit vector of [16 x i8] containing the lesser | |

/// of the two values. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMINSB / PMINSB </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V1 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [16 x i8]. | |

/// \param __V2 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [16 x i8] | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [16 x i8] containing the lesser values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_min_epi8 (__m128i __V1, __m128i __V2) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i) __builtin_ia32_pminsb128 ((__v16qi) __V1, (__v16qi) __V2); | |

} | |

/// Compares the corresponding elements of two 128-bit vectors of | |

/// [16 x i8] and returns a 128-bit vector of [16 x i8] containing the | |

/// greater value of the two. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMAXSB / PMAXSB </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V1 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [16 x i8]. | |

/// \param __V2 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [16 x i8]. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [16 x i8] containing the greater values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_max_epi8 (__m128i __V1, __m128i __V2) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i) __builtin_ia32_pmaxsb128 ((__v16qi) __V1, (__v16qi) __V2); | |

} | |

/// Compares the corresponding elements of two 128-bit vectors of | |

/// [8 x u16] and returns a 128-bit vector of [8 x u16] containing the lesser | |

/// value of the two. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMINUW / PMINUW </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V1 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [8 x u16]. | |

/// \param __V2 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [8 x u16]. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [8 x u16] containing the lesser values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_min_epu16 (__m128i __V1, __m128i __V2) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i) __builtin_ia32_pminuw128 ((__v8hi) __V1, (__v8hi) __V2); | |

} | |

/// Compares the corresponding elements of two 128-bit vectors of | |

/// [8 x u16] and returns a 128-bit vector of [8 x u16] containing the | |

/// greater value of the two. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMAXUW / PMAXUW </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V1 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [8 x u16]. | |

/// \param __V2 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [8 x u16]. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [8 x u16] containing the greater values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_max_epu16 (__m128i __V1, __m128i __V2) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i) __builtin_ia32_pmaxuw128 ((__v8hi) __V1, (__v8hi) __V2); | |

} | |

/// Compares the corresponding elements of two 128-bit vectors of | |

/// [4 x i32] and returns a 128-bit vector of [4 x i32] containing the lesser | |

/// value of the two. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMINSD / PMINSD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V1 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x i32]. | |

/// \param __V2 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x i32]. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x i32] containing the lesser values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_min_epi32 (__m128i __V1, __m128i __V2) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i) __builtin_ia32_pminsd128 ((__v4si) __V1, (__v4si) __V2); | |

} | |

/// Compares the corresponding elements of two 128-bit vectors of | |

/// [4 x i32] and returns a 128-bit vector of [4 x i32] containing the | |

/// greater value of the two. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMAXSD / PMAXSD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V1 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x i32]. | |

/// \param __V2 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x i32]. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x i32] containing the greater values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_max_epi32 (__m128i __V1, __m128i __V2) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i) __builtin_ia32_pmaxsd128 ((__v4si) __V1, (__v4si) __V2); | |

} | |

/// Compares the corresponding elements of two 128-bit vectors of | |

/// [4 x u32] and returns a 128-bit vector of [4 x u32] containing the lesser | |

/// value of the two. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMINUD / PMINUD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V1 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x u32]. | |

/// \param __V2 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x u32]. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x u32] containing the lesser values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_min_epu32 (__m128i __V1, __m128i __V2) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i) __builtin_ia32_pminud128((__v4si) __V1, (__v4si) __V2); | |

} | |

/// Compares the corresponding elements of two 128-bit vectors of | |

/// [4 x u32] and returns a 128-bit vector of [4 x u32] containing the | |

/// greater value of the two. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMAXUD / PMAXUD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V1 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x u32]. | |

/// \param __V2 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x u32]. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x u32] containing the greater values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_max_epu32 (__m128i __V1, __m128i __V2) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i) __builtin_ia32_pmaxud128((__v4si) __V1, (__v4si) __V2); | |

} | |

/* SSE4 Insertion and Extraction from XMM Register Instructions. */ | |

/// Takes the first argument \a X and inserts an element from the second | |

/// argument \a Y as selected by the third argument \a N. That result then | |

/// has elements zeroed out also as selected by the third argument \a N. The | |

/// resulting 128-bit vector of [4 x float] is then returned. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128 _mm_insert_ps(__m128 X, __m128 Y, const int N); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VINSERTPS </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit vector source operand of [4 x float]. With the exception of | |

/// those bits in the result copied from parameter \a Y and zeroed by bits | |

/// [3:0] of \a N, all bits from this parameter are copied to the result. | |

/// \param Y | |

/// A 128-bit vector source operand of [4 x float]. One single-precision | |

/// floating-point element from this source, as determined by the immediate | |

/// parameter, is copied to the result. | |

/// \param N | |

/// Specifies which bits from operand \a Y will be copied, which bits in the | |

/// result they will be be copied to, and which bits in the result will be | |

/// cleared. The following assignments are made: \n | |

/// Bits [7:6] specify the bits to copy from operand \a Y: \n | |

/// 00: Selects bits [31:0] from operand \a Y. \n | |

/// 01: Selects bits [63:32] from operand \a Y. \n | |

/// 10: Selects bits [95:64] from operand \a Y. \n | |

/// 11: Selects bits [127:96] from operand \a Y. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4] specify the bits in the result to which the selected bits | |

/// from operand \a Y are copied: \n | |

/// 00: Copies the selected bits from \a Y to result bits [31:0]. \n | |

/// 01: Copies the selected bits from \a Y to result bits [63:32]. \n | |

/// 10: Copies the selected bits from \a Y to result bits [95:64]. \n | |

/// 11: Copies the selected bits from \a Y to result bits [127:96]. \n | |

/// Bits[3:0]: If any of these bits are set, the corresponding result | |

/// element is cleared. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x float] containing the copied | |

/// single-precision floating point elements from the operands. | |

#define _mm_insert_ps(X, Y, N) __builtin_ia32_insertps128((X), (Y), (N)) | |

/// Extracts a 32-bit integer from a 128-bit vector of [4 x float] and | |

/// returns it, using the immediate value parameter \a N as a selector. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// int _mm_extract_ps(__m128 X, const int N); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VEXTRACTPS / EXTRACTPS </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x float]. | |

/// \param N | |

/// An immediate value. Bits [1:0] determines which bits from the argument | |

/// \a X are extracted and returned: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] of parameter \a X are returned. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of parameter \a X are returned. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of parameter \a X are returned. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of parameter \a X are returned. | |

/// \returns A 32-bit integer containing the extracted 32 bits of float data. | |

#define _mm_extract_ps(X, N) \ | |

__builtin_bit_cast(int, __builtin_ia32_vec_ext_v4sf((__v4sf)(__m128)(X), (int)(N))) | |

/* Miscellaneous insert and extract macros. */ | |

/* Extract a single-precision float from X at index N into D. */ | |

#define _MM_EXTRACT_FLOAT(D, X, N) \ | |

do { (D) = __builtin_ia32_vec_ext_v4sf((__v4sf)(__m128)(X), (int)(N)); } while (0) | |

/* Or together 2 sets of indexes (X and Y) with the zeroing bits (Z) to create | |

an index suitable for _mm_insert_ps. */ | |

#define _MM_MK_INSERTPS_NDX(X, Y, Z) (((X) << 6) | ((Y) << 4) | (Z)) | |

/* Extract a float from X at index N into the first index of the return. */ | |

#define _MM_PICK_OUT_PS(X, N) _mm_insert_ps (_mm_setzero_ps(), (X), \ | |

_MM_MK_INSERTPS_NDX((N), 0, 0x0e)) | |

/* Insert int into packed integer array at index. */ | |

/// Constructs a 128-bit vector of [16 x i8] by first making a copy of | |

/// the 128-bit integer vector parameter, and then inserting the lower 8 bits | |

/// of an integer parameter \a I into an offset specified by the immediate | |

/// value parameter \a N. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128i _mm_insert_epi8(__m128i X, int I, const int N); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPINSRB / PINSRB </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector of [16 x i8]. This vector is copied to the | |

/// result and then one of the sixteen elements in the result vector is | |

/// replaced by the lower 8 bits of \a I. | |

/// \param I | |

/// An integer. The lower 8 bits of this operand are written to the result | |

/// beginning at the offset specified by \a N. | |

/// \param N | |

/// An immediate value. Bits [3:0] specify the bit offset in the result at | |

/// which the lower 8 bits of \a I are written. \n | |

/// 0000: Bits [7:0] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 0001: Bits [15:8] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 0010: Bits [23:16] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 0011: Bits [31:24] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 0100: Bits [39:32] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 0101: Bits [47:40] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 0110: Bits [55:48] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 0111: Bits [63:56] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 1000: Bits [71:64] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 1001: Bits [79:72] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 1010: Bits [87:80] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 1011: Bits [95:88] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 1100: Bits [103:96] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 1101: Bits [111:104] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 1110: Bits [119:112] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 1111: Bits [127:120] of the result are used for insertion. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit integer vector containing the constructed values. | |

#define _mm_insert_epi8(X, I, N) \ | |

((__m128i)__builtin_ia32_vec_set_v16qi((__v16qi)(__m128i)(X), \ | |

(int)(I), (int)(N))) | |

/// Constructs a 128-bit vector of [4 x i32] by first making a copy of | |

/// the 128-bit integer vector parameter, and then inserting the 32-bit | |

/// integer parameter \a I at the offset specified by the immediate value | |

/// parameter \a N. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128i _mm_insert_epi32(__m128i X, int I, const int N); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPINSRD / PINSRD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector of [4 x i32]. This vector is copied to the | |

/// result and then one of the four elements in the result vector is | |

/// replaced by \a I. | |

/// \param I | |

/// A 32-bit integer that is written to the result beginning at the offset | |

/// specified by \a N. | |

/// \param N | |

/// An immediate value. Bits [1:0] specify the bit offset in the result at | |

/// which the integer \a I is written. \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of the result are used for insertion. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit integer vector containing the constructed values. | |

#define _mm_insert_epi32(X, I, N) \ | |

((__m128i)__builtin_ia32_vec_set_v4si((__v4si)(__m128i)(X), \ | |

(int)(I), (int)(N))) | |

#ifdef __x86_64__ | |

/// Constructs a 128-bit vector of [2 x i64] by first making a copy of | |

/// the 128-bit integer vector parameter, and then inserting the 64-bit | |

/// integer parameter \a I, using the immediate value parameter \a N as an | |

/// insertion location selector. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128i _mm_insert_epi64(__m128i X, long long I, const int N); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPINSRQ / PINSRQ </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector of [2 x i64]. This vector is copied to the | |

/// result and then one of the two elements in the result vector is replaced | |

/// by \a I. | |

/// \param I | |

/// A 64-bit integer that is written to the result beginning at the offset | |

/// specified by \a N. | |

/// \param N | |

/// An immediate value. Bit [0] specifies the bit offset in the result at | |

/// which the integer \a I is written. \n | |

/// 0: Bits [63:0] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// 1: Bits [127:64] of the result are used for insertion. \n | |

/// \returns A 128-bit integer vector containing the constructed values. | |

#define _mm_insert_epi64(X, I, N) \ | |

((__m128i)__builtin_ia32_vec_set_v2di((__v2di)(__m128i)(X), \ | |

(long long)(I), (int)(N))) | |

#endif /* __x86_64__ */ | |

/* Extract int from packed integer array at index. This returns the element | |

* as a zero extended value, so it is unsigned. | |

*/ | |

/// Extracts an 8-bit element from the 128-bit integer vector of | |

/// [16 x i8], using the immediate value parameter \a N as a selector. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// int _mm_extract_epi8(__m128i X, const int N); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPEXTRB / PEXTRB </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector. | |

/// \param N | |

/// An immediate value. Bits [3:0] specify which 8-bit vector element from | |

/// the argument \a X to extract and copy to the result. \n | |

/// 0000: Bits [7:0] of parameter \a X are extracted. \n | |

/// 0001: Bits [15:8] of the parameter \a X are extracted. \n | |

/// 0010: Bits [23:16] of the parameter \a X are extracted. \n | |

/// 0011: Bits [31:24] of the parameter \a X are extracted. \n | |

/// 0100: Bits [39:32] of the parameter \a X are extracted. \n | |

/// 0101: Bits [47:40] of the parameter \a X are extracted. \n | |

/// 0110: Bits [55:48] of the parameter \a X are extracted. \n | |

/// 0111: Bits [63:56] of the parameter \a X are extracted. \n | |

/// 1000: Bits [71:64] of the parameter \a X are extracted. \n | |

/// 1001: Bits [79:72] of the parameter \a X are extracted. \n | |

/// 1010: Bits [87:80] of the parameter \a X are extracted. \n | |

/// 1011: Bits [95:88] of the parameter \a X are extracted. \n | |

/// 1100: Bits [103:96] of the parameter \a X are extracted. \n | |

/// 1101: Bits [111:104] of the parameter \a X are extracted. \n | |

/// 1110: Bits [119:112] of the parameter \a X are extracted. \n | |

/// 1111: Bits [127:120] of the parameter \a X are extracted. | |

/// \returns An unsigned integer, whose lower 8 bits are selected from the | |

/// 128-bit integer vector parameter and the remaining bits are assigned | |

/// zeros. | |

#define _mm_extract_epi8(X, N) \ | |

((int)(unsigned char)__builtin_ia32_vec_ext_v16qi((__v16qi)(__m128i)(X), \ | |

(int)(N))) | |

/// Extracts a 32-bit element from the 128-bit integer vector of | |

/// [4 x i32], using the immediate value parameter \a N as a selector. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// int _mm_extract_epi32(__m128i X, const int N); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPEXTRD / PEXTRD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector. | |

/// \param N | |

/// An immediate value. Bits [1:0] specify which 32-bit vector element from | |

/// the argument \a X to extract and copy to the result. \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] of the parameter \a X are extracted. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of the parameter \a X are extracted. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of the parameter \a X are extracted. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of the parameter \a X are exracted. | |

/// \returns An integer, whose lower 32 bits are selected from the 128-bit | |

/// integer vector parameter and the remaining bits are assigned zeros. | |

#define _mm_extract_epi32(X, N) \ | |

((int)__builtin_ia32_vec_ext_v4si((__v4si)(__m128i)(X), (int)(N))) | |

#ifdef __x86_64__ | |

/// Extracts a 64-bit element from the 128-bit integer vector of | |

/// [2 x i64], using the immediate value parameter \a N as a selector. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// long long _mm_extract_epi64(__m128i X, const int N); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPEXTRQ / PEXTRQ </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector. | |

/// \param N | |

/// An immediate value. Bit [0] specifies which 64-bit vector element from | |

/// the argument \a X to return. \n | |

/// 0: Bits [63:0] are returned. \n | |

/// 1: Bits [127:64] are returned. \n | |

/// \returns A 64-bit integer. | |

#define _mm_extract_epi64(X, N) \ | |

((long long)__builtin_ia32_vec_ext_v2di((__v2di)(__m128i)(X), (int)(N))) | |

#endif /* __x86_64 */ | |

/* SSE4 128-bit Packed Integer Comparisons. */ | |

/// Tests whether the specified bits in a 128-bit integer vector are all | |

/// zeros. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPTEST / PTEST </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __M | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing the bits to be tested. | |

/// \param __V | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector selecting which bits to test in operand \a __M. | |

/// \returns TRUE if the specified bits are all zeros; FALSE otherwise. | |

static __inline__ int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_testz_si128(__m128i __M, __m128i __V) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_ptestz128((__v2di)__M, (__v2di)__V); | |

} | |

/// Tests whether the specified bits in a 128-bit integer vector are all | |

/// ones. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPTEST / PTEST </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __M | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing the bits to be tested. | |

/// \param __V | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector selecting which bits to test in operand \a __M. | |

/// \returns TRUE if the specified bits are all ones; FALSE otherwise. | |

static __inline__ int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_testc_si128(__m128i __M, __m128i __V) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_ptestc128((__v2di)__M, (__v2di)__V); | |

} | |

/// Tests whether the specified bits in a 128-bit integer vector are | |

/// neither all zeros nor all ones. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPTEST / PTEST </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __M | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing the bits to be tested. | |

/// \param __V | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector selecting which bits to test in operand \a __M. | |

/// \returns TRUE if the specified bits are neither all zeros nor all ones; | |

/// FALSE otherwise. | |

static __inline__ int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_testnzc_si128(__m128i __M, __m128i __V) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_ptestnzc128((__v2di)__M, (__v2di)__V); | |

} | |

/// Tests whether the specified bits in a 128-bit integer vector are all | |

/// ones. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// int _mm_test_all_ones(__m128i V); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPTEST / PTEST </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param V | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing the bits to be tested. | |

/// \returns TRUE if the bits specified in the operand are all set to 1; FALSE | |

/// otherwise. | |

#define _mm_test_all_ones(V) _mm_testc_si128((V), _mm_cmpeq_epi32((V), (V))) | |

/// Tests whether the specified bits in a 128-bit integer vector are | |

/// neither all zeros nor all ones. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// int _mm_test_mix_ones_zeros(__m128i M, __m128i V); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPTEST / PTEST </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param M | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing the bits to be tested. | |

/// \param V | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector selecting which bits to test in operand \a M. | |

/// \returns TRUE if the specified bits are neither all zeros nor all ones; | |

/// FALSE otherwise. | |

#define _mm_test_mix_ones_zeros(M, V) _mm_testnzc_si128((M), (V)) | |

/// Tests whether the specified bits in a 128-bit integer vector are all | |

/// zeros. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// int _mm_test_all_zeros(__m128i M, __m128i V); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPTEST / PTEST </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param M | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing the bits to be tested. | |

/// \param V | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector selecting which bits to test in operand \a M. | |

/// \returns TRUE if the specified bits are all zeros; FALSE otherwise. | |

#define _mm_test_all_zeros(M, V) _mm_testz_si128 ((M), (V)) | |

/* SSE4 64-bit Packed Integer Comparisons. */ | |

/// Compares each of the corresponding 64-bit values of the 128-bit | |

/// integer vectors for equality. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPCMPEQQ / PCMPEQQ </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V1 | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector. | |

/// \param __V2 | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit integer vector containing the comparison results. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_cmpeq_epi64(__m128i __V1, __m128i __V2) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i)((__v2di)__V1 == (__v2di)__V2); | |

} | |

/* SSE4 Packed Integer Sign-Extension. */ | |

/// Sign-extends each of the lower eight 8-bit integer elements of a | |

/// 128-bit vector of [16 x i8] to 16-bit values and returns them in a | |

/// 128-bit vector of [8 x i16]. The upper eight elements of the input vector | |

/// are unused. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMOVSXBW / PMOVSXBW </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [16 x i8]. The lower eight 8-bit elements are sign- | |

/// extended to 16-bit values. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [8 x i16] containing the sign-extended values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_cvtepi8_epi16(__m128i __V) | |

{ | |

/* This function always performs a signed extension, but __v16qi is a char | |

which may be signed or unsigned, so use __v16qs. */ | |

return (__m128i)__builtin_convertvector(__builtin_shufflevector((__v16qs)__V, (__v16qs)__V, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7), __v8hi); | |

} | |

/// Sign-extends each of the lower four 8-bit integer elements of a | |

/// 128-bit vector of [16 x i8] to 32-bit values and returns them in a | |

/// 128-bit vector of [4 x i32]. The upper twelve elements of the input | |

/// vector are unused. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMOVSXBD / PMOVSXBD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [16 x i8]. The lower four 8-bit elements are | |

/// sign-extended to 32-bit values. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x i32] containing the sign-extended values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_cvtepi8_epi32(__m128i __V) | |

{ | |

/* This function always performs a signed extension, but __v16qi is a char | |

which may be signed or unsigned, so use __v16qs. */ | |

return (__m128i)__builtin_convertvector(__builtin_shufflevector((__v16qs)__V, (__v16qs)__V, 0, 1, 2, 3), __v4si); | |

} | |

/// Sign-extends each of the lower two 8-bit integer elements of a | |

/// 128-bit integer vector of [16 x i8] to 64-bit values and returns them in | |

/// a 128-bit vector of [2 x i64]. The upper fourteen elements of the input | |

/// vector are unused. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMOVSXBQ / PMOVSXBQ </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [16 x i8]. The lower two 8-bit elements are | |

/// sign-extended to 64-bit values. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [2 x i64] containing the sign-extended values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_cvtepi8_epi64(__m128i __V) | |

{ | |

/* This function always performs a signed extension, but __v16qi is a char | |

which may be signed or unsigned, so use __v16qs. */ | |

return (__m128i)__builtin_convertvector(__builtin_shufflevector((__v16qs)__V, (__v16qs)__V, 0, 1), __v2di); | |

} | |

/// Sign-extends each of the lower four 16-bit integer elements of a | |

/// 128-bit integer vector of [8 x i16] to 32-bit values and returns them in | |

/// a 128-bit vector of [4 x i32]. The upper four elements of the input | |

/// vector are unused. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMOVSXWD / PMOVSXWD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [8 x i16]. The lower four 16-bit elements are | |

/// sign-extended to 32-bit values. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x i32] containing the sign-extended values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_cvtepi16_epi32(__m128i __V) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i)__builtin_convertvector(__builtin_shufflevector((__v8hi)__V, (__v8hi)__V, 0, 1, 2, 3), __v4si); | |

} | |

/// Sign-extends each of the lower two 16-bit integer elements of a | |

/// 128-bit integer vector of [8 x i16] to 64-bit values and returns them in | |

/// a 128-bit vector of [2 x i64]. The upper six elements of the input | |

/// vector are unused. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMOVSXWQ / PMOVSXWQ </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [8 x i16]. The lower two 16-bit elements are | |

/// sign-extended to 64-bit values. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [2 x i64] containing the sign-extended values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_cvtepi16_epi64(__m128i __V) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i)__builtin_convertvector(__builtin_shufflevector((__v8hi)__V, (__v8hi)__V, 0, 1), __v2di); | |

} | |

/// Sign-extends each of the lower two 32-bit integer elements of a | |

/// 128-bit integer vector of [4 x i32] to 64-bit values and returns them in | |

/// a 128-bit vector of [2 x i64]. The upper two elements of the input vector | |

/// are unused. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMOVSXDQ / PMOVSXDQ </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x i32]. The lower two 32-bit elements are | |

/// sign-extended to 64-bit values. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [2 x i64] containing the sign-extended values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_cvtepi32_epi64(__m128i __V) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i)__builtin_convertvector(__builtin_shufflevector((__v4si)__V, (__v4si)__V, 0, 1), __v2di); | |

} | |

/* SSE4 Packed Integer Zero-Extension. */ | |

/// Zero-extends each of the lower eight 8-bit integer elements of a | |

/// 128-bit vector of [16 x i8] to 16-bit values and returns them in a | |

/// 128-bit vector of [8 x i16]. The upper eight elements of the input vector | |

/// are unused. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMOVZXBW / PMOVZXBW </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [16 x i8]. The lower eight 8-bit elements are | |

/// zero-extended to 16-bit values. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [8 x i16] containing the zero-extended values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_cvtepu8_epi16(__m128i __V) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i)__builtin_convertvector(__builtin_shufflevector((__v16qu)__V, (__v16qu)__V, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7), __v8hi); | |

} | |

/// Zero-extends each of the lower four 8-bit integer elements of a | |

/// 128-bit vector of [16 x i8] to 32-bit values and returns them in a | |

/// 128-bit vector of [4 x i32]. The upper twelve elements of the input | |

/// vector are unused. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMOVZXBD / PMOVZXBD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [16 x i8]. The lower four 8-bit elements are | |

/// zero-extended to 32-bit values. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x i32] containing the zero-extended values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_cvtepu8_epi32(__m128i __V) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i)__builtin_convertvector(__builtin_shufflevector((__v16qu)__V, (__v16qu)__V, 0, 1, 2, 3), __v4si); | |

} | |

/// Zero-extends each of the lower two 8-bit integer elements of a | |

/// 128-bit integer vector of [16 x i8] to 64-bit values and returns them in | |

/// a 128-bit vector of [2 x i64]. The upper fourteen elements of the input | |

/// vector are unused. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMOVZXBQ / PMOVZXBQ </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [16 x i8]. The lower two 8-bit elements are | |

/// zero-extended to 64-bit values. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [2 x i64] containing the zero-extended values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_cvtepu8_epi64(__m128i __V) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i)__builtin_convertvector(__builtin_shufflevector((__v16qu)__V, (__v16qu)__V, 0, 1), __v2di); | |

} | |

/// Zero-extends each of the lower four 16-bit integer elements of a | |

/// 128-bit integer vector of [8 x i16] to 32-bit values and returns them in | |

/// a 128-bit vector of [4 x i32]. The upper four elements of the input | |

/// vector are unused. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMOVZXWD / PMOVZXWD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [8 x i16]. The lower four 16-bit elements are | |

/// zero-extended to 32-bit values. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x i32] containing the zero-extended values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_cvtepu16_epi32(__m128i __V) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i)__builtin_convertvector(__builtin_shufflevector((__v8hu)__V, (__v8hu)__V, 0, 1, 2, 3), __v4si); | |

} | |

/// Zero-extends each of the lower two 16-bit integer elements of a | |

/// 128-bit integer vector of [8 x i16] to 64-bit values and returns them in | |

/// a 128-bit vector of [2 x i64]. The upper six elements of the input vector | |

/// are unused. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMOVZXWQ / PMOVZXWQ </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [8 x i16]. The lower two 16-bit elements are | |

/// zero-extended to 64-bit values. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [2 x i64] containing the zero-extended values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_cvtepu16_epi64(__m128i __V) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i)__builtin_convertvector(__builtin_shufflevector((__v8hu)__V, (__v8hu)__V, 0, 1), __v2di); | |

} | |

/// Zero-extends each of the lower two 32-bit integer elements of a | |

/// 128-bit integer vector of [4 x i32] to 64-bit values and returns them in | |

/// a 128-bit vector of [2 x i64]. The upper two elements of the input vector | |

/// are unused. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPMOVZXDQ / PMOVZXDQ </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x i32]. The lower two 32-bit elements are | |

/// zero-extended to 64-bit values. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [2 x i64] containing the zero-extended values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_cvtepu32_epi64(__m128i __V) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i)__builtin_convertvector(__builtin_shufflevector((__v4su)__V, (__v4su)__V, 0, 1), __v2di); | |

} | |

/* SSE4 Pack with Unsigned Saturation. */ | |

/// Converts 32-bit signed integers from both 128-bit integer vector | |

/// operands into 16-bit unsigned integers, and returns the packed result. | |

/// Values greater than 0xFFFF are saturated to 0xFFFF. Values less than | |

/// 0x0000 are saturated to 0x0000. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPACKUSDW / PACKUSDW </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V1 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x i32]. Each 32-bit element is treated as a | |

/// signed integer and is converted to a 16-bit unsigned integer with | |

/// saturation. Values greater than 0xFFFF are saturated to 0xFFFF. Values | |

/// less than 0x0000 are saturated to 0x0000. The converted [4 x i16] values | |

/// are written to the lower 64 bits of the result. | |

/// \param __V2 | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x i32]. Each 32-bit element is treated as a | |

/// signed integer and is converted to a 16-bit unsigned integer with | |

/// saturation. Values greater than 0xFFFF are saturated to 0xFFFF. Values | |

/// less than 0x0000 are saturated to 0x0000. The converted [4 x i16] values | |

/// are written to the higher 64 bits of the result. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [8 x i16] containing the converted values. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_packus_epi32(__m128i __V1, __m128i __V2) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i) __builtin_ia32_packusdw128((__v4si)__V1, (__v4si)__V2); | |

} | |

/* SSE4 Multiple Packed Sums of Absolute Difference. */ | |

/// Subtracts 8-bit unsigned integer values and computes the absolute | |

/// values of the differences to the corresponding bits in the destination. | |

/// Then sums of the absolute differences are returned according to the bit | |

/// fields in the immediate operand. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128i _mm_mpsadbw_epu8(__m128i X, __m128i Y, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VMPSADBW / MPSADBW </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param X | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [16 x i8]. | |

/// \param Y | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [16 x i8]. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An 8-bit immediate operand specifying how the absolute differences are to | |

/// be calculated, according to the following algorithm: | |

/// \code | |

/// // M2 represents bit 2 of the immediate operand | |

/// // M10 represents bits [1:0] of the immediate operand | |

/// i = M2 * 4; | |

/// j = M10 * 4; | |

/// for (k = 0; k < 8; k = k + 1) { | |

/// d0 = abs(X[i + k + 0] - Y[j + 0]); | |

/// d1 = abs(X[i + k + 1] - Y[j + 1]); | |

/// d2 = abs(X[i + k + 2] - Y[j + 2]); | |

/// d3 = abs(X[i + k + 3] - Y[j + 3]); | |

/// r[k] = d0 + d1 + d2 + d3; | |

/// } | |

/// \endcode | |

/// \returns A 128-bit integer vector containing the sums of the sets of | |

/// absolute differences between both operands. | |

#define _mm_mpsadbw_epu8(X, Y, M) \ | |

((__m128i) __builtin_ia32_mpsadbw128((__v16qi)(__m128i)(X), \ | |

(__v16qi)(__m128i)(Y), (M))) | |

/// Finds the minimum unsigned 16-bit element in the input 128-bit | |

/// vector of [8 x u16] and returns it and along with its index. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPHMINPOSUW / PHMINPOSUW </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [8 x u16]. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit value where bits [15:0] contain the minimum value found | |

/// in parameter \a __V, bits [18:16] contain the index of the minimum value | |

/// and the remaining bits are set to 0. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_minpos_epu16(__m128i __V) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i) __builtin_ia32_phminposuw128((__v8hi)__V); | |

} | |

/* Handle the sse4.2 definitions here. */ | |

/* These definitions are normally in nmmintrin.h, but gcc puts them in here | |

so we'll do the same. */ | |

#undef __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

#define __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS __attribute__((__always_inline__, __nodebug__, __target__("sse4.2"))) | |

/* These specify the type of data that we're comparing. */ | |

#define _SIDD_UBYTE_OPS 0x00 | |

#define _SIDD_UWORD_OPS 0x01 | |

#define _SIDD_SBYTE_OPS 0x02 | |

#define _SIDD_SWORD_OPS 0x03 | |

/* These specify the type of comparison operation. */ | |

#define _SIDD_CMP_EQUAL_ANY 0x00 | |

#define _SIDD_CMP_RANGES 0x04 | |

#define _SIDD_CMP_EQUAL_EACH 0x08 | |

#define _SIDD_CMP_EQUAL_ORDERED 0x0c | |

/* These macros specify the polarity of the operation. */ | |

#define _SIDD_POSITIVE_POLARITY 0x00 | |

#define _SIDD_NEGATIVE_POLARITY 0x10 | |

#define _SIDD_MASKED_POSITIVE_POLARITY 0x20 | |

#define _SIDD_MASKED_NEGATIVE_POLARITY 0x30 | |

/* These macros are used in _mm_cmpXstri() to specify the return. */ | |

#define _SIDD_LEAST_SIGNIFICANT 0x00 | |

#define _SIDD_MOST_SIGNIFICANT 0x40 | |

/* These macros are used in _mm_cmpXstri() to specify the return. */ | |

#define _SIDD_BIT_MASK 0x00 | |

#define _SIDD_UNIT_MASK 0x40 | |

/* SSE4.2 Packed Comparison Intrinsics. */ | |

/// Uses the immediate operand \a M to perform a comparison of string | |

/// data with implicitly defined lengths that is contained in source operands | |

/// \a A and \a B. Returns a 128-bit integer vector representing the result | |

/// mask of the comparison. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128i _mm_cmpistrm(__m128i A, __m128i B, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPCMPISTRM / PCMPISTRM </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param A | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param B | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An 8-bit immediate operand specifying whether the characters are bytes or | |

/// words, the type of comparison to perform, and the format of the return | |

/// value. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: Determine source data format. \n | |

/// 00: 16 unsigned bytes \n | |

/// 01: 8 unsigned words \n | |

/// 10: 16 signed bytes \n | |

/// 11: 8 signed words \n | |

/// Bits [3:2]: Determine comparison type and aggregation method. \n | |

/// 00: Subset: Each character in \a B is compared for equality with all | |

/// the characters in \a A. \n | |

/// 01: Ranges: Each character in \a B is compared to \a A. The comparison | |

/// basis is greater than or equal for even-indexed elements in \a A, | |

/// and less than or equal for odd-indexed elements in \a A. \n | |

/// 10: Match: Compare each pair of corresponding characters in \a A and | |

/// \a B for equality. \n | |

/// 11: Substring: Search \a B for substring matches of \a A. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: Determine whether to perform a one's complement on the bit | |

/// mask of the comparison results. \n | |

/// 00: No effect. \n | |

/// 01: Negate the bit mask. \n | |

/// 10: No effect. \n | |

/// 11: Negate the bit mask only for bits with an index less than or equal | |

/// to the size of \a A or \a B. \n | |

/// Bit [6]: Determines whether the result is zero-extended or expanded to 16 | |

/// bytes. \n | |

/// 0: The result is zero-extended to 16 bytes. \n | |

/// 1: The result is expanded to 16 bytes (this expansion is performed by | |

/// repeating each bit 8 or 16 times). | |

/// \returns Returns a 128-bit integer vector representing the result mask of | |

/// the comparison. | |

#define _mm_cmpistrm(A, B, M) \ | |

((__m128i)__builtin_ia32_pcmpistrm128((__v16qi)(__m128i)(A), \ | |

(__v16qi)(__m128i)(B), (int)(M))) | |

/// Uses the immediate operand \a M to perform a comparison of string | |

/// data with implicitly defined lengths that is contained in source operands | |

/// \a A and \a B. Returns an integer representing the result index of the | |

/// comparison. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// int _mm_cmpistri(__m128i A, __m128i B, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPCMPISTRI / PCMPISTRI </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param A | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param B | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An 8-bit immediate operand specifying whether the characters are bytes or | |

/// words, the type of comparison to perform, and the format of the return | |

/// value. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: Determine source data format. \n | |

/// 00: 16 unsigned bytes \n | |

/// 01: 8 unsigned words \n | |

/// 10: 16 signed bytes \n | |

/// 11: 8 signed words \n | |

/// Bits [3:2]: Determine comparison type and aggregation method. \n | |

/// 00: Subset: Each character in \a B is compared for equality with all | |

/// the characters in \a A. \n | |

/// 01: Ranges: Each character in \a B is compared to \a A. The comparison | |

/// basis is greater than or equal for even-indexed elements in \a A, | |

/// and less than or equal for odd-indexed elements in \a A. \n | |

/// 10: Match: Compare each pair of corresponding characters in \a A and | |

/// \a B for equality. \n | |

/// 11: Substring: Search B for substring matches of \a A. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: Determine whether to perform a one's complement on the bit | |

/// mask of the comparison results. \n | |

/// 00: No effect. \n | |

/// 01: Negate the bit mask. \n | |

/// 10: No effect. \n | |

/// 11: Negate the bit mask only for bits with an index less than or equal | |

/// to the size of \a A or \a B. \n | |

/// Bit [6]: Determines whether the index of the lowest set bit or the | |

/// highest set bit is returned. \n | |

/// 0: The index of the least significant set bit. \n | |

/// 1: The index of the most significant set bit. \n | |

/// \returns Returns an integer representing the result index of the comparison. | |

#define _mm_cmpistri(A, B, M) \ | |

((int)__builtin_ia32_pcmpistri128((__v16qi)(__m128i)(A), \ | |

(__v16qi)(__m128i)(B), (int)(M))) | |

/// Uses the immediate operand \a M to perform a comparison of string | |

/// data with explicitly defined lengths that is contained in source operands | |

/// \a A and \a B. Returns a 128-bit integer vector representing the result | |

/// mask of the comparison. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128i _mm_cmpestrm(__m128i A, int LA, __m128i B, int LB, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPCMPESTRM / PCMPESTRM </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param A | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param LA | |

/// An integer that specifies the length of the string in \a A. | |

/// \param B | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param LB | |

/// An integer that specifies the length of the string in \a B. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An 8-bit immediate operand specifying whether the characters are bytes or | |

/// words, the type of comparison to perform, and the format of the return | |

/// value. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: Determine source data format. \n | |

/// 00: 16 unsigned bytes \n | |

/// 01: 8 unsigned words \n | |

/// 10: 16 signed bytes \n | |

/// 11: 8 signed words \n | |

/// Bits [3:2]: Determine comparison type and aggregation method. \n | |

/// 00: Subset: Each character in \a B is compared for equality with all | |

/// the characters in \a A. \n | |

/// 01: Ranges: Each character in \a B is compared to \a A. The comparison | |

/// basis is greater than or equal for even-indexed elements in \a A, | |

/// and less than or equal for odd-indexed elements in \a A. \n | |

/// 10: Match: Compare each pair of corresponding characters in \a A and | |

/// \a B for equality. \n | |

/// 11: Substring: Search \a B for substring matches of \a A. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: Determine whether to perform a one's complement on the bit | |

/// mask of the comparison results. \n | |

/// 00: No effect. \n | |

/// 01: Negate the bit mask. \n | |

/// 10: No effect. \n | |

/// 11: Negate the bit mask only for bits with an index less than or equal | |

/// to the size of \a A or \a B. \n | |

/// Bit [6]: Determines whether the result is zero-extended or expanded to 16 | |

/// bytes. \n | |

/// 0: The result is zero-extended to 16 bytes. \n | |

/// 1: The result is expanded to 16 bytes (this expansion is performed by | |

/// repeating each bit 8 or 16 times). \n | |

/// \returns Returns a 128-bit integer vector representing the result mask of | |

/// the comparison. | |

#define _mm_cmpestrm(A, LA, B, LB, M) \ | |

((__m128i)__builtin_ia32_pcmpestrm128((__v16qi)(__m128i)(A), (int)(LA), \ | |

(__v16qi)(__m128i)(B), (int)(LB), \ | |

(int)(M))) | |

/// Uses the immediate operand \a M to perform a comparison of string | |

/// data with explicitly defined lengths that is contained in source operands | |

/// \a A and \a B. Returns an integer representing the result index of the | |

/// comparison. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// int _mm_cmpestri(__m128i A, int LA, __m128i B, int LB, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPCMPESTRI / PCMPESTRI </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param A | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param LA | |

/// An integer that specifies the length of the string in \a A. | |

/// \param B | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param LB | |

/// An integer that specifies the length of the string in \a B. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An 8-bit immediate operand specifying whether the characters are bytes or | |

/// words, the type of comparison to perform, and the format of the return | |

/// value. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: Determine source data format. \n | |

/// 00: 16 unsigned bytes \n | |

/// 01: 8 unsigned words \n | |

/// 10: 16 signed bytes \n | |

/// 11: 8 signed words \n | |

/// Bits [3:2]: Determine comparison type and aggregation method. \n | |

/// 00: Subset: Each character in \a B is compared for equality with all | |

/// the characters in \a A. \n | |

/// 01: Ranges: Each character in \a B is compared to \a A. The comparison | |

/// basis is greater than or equal for even-indexed elements in \a A, | |

/// and less than or equal for odd-indexed elements in \a A. \n | |

/// 10: Match: Compare each pair of corresponding characters in \a A and | |

/// \a B for equality. \n | |

/// 11: Substring: Search B for substring matches of \a A. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: Determine whether to perform a one's complement on the bit | |

/// mask of the comparison results. \n | |

/// 00: No effect. \n | |

/// 01: Negate the bit mask. \n | |

/// 10: No effect. \n | |

/// 11: Negate the bit mask only for bits with an index less than or equal | |

/// to the size of \a A or \a B. \n | |

/// Bit [6]: Determines whether the index of the lowest set bit or the | |

/// highest set bit is returned. \n | |

/// 0: The index of the least significant set bit. \n | |

/// 1: The index of the most significant set bit. \n | |

/// \returns Returns an integer representing the result index of the comparison. | |

#define _mm_cmpestri(A, LA, B, LB, M) \ | |

((int)__builtin_ia32_pcmpestri128((__v16qi)(__m128i)(A), (int)(LA), \ | |

(__v16qi)(__m128i)(B), (int)(LB), \ | |

(int)(M))) | |

/* SSE4.2 Packed Comparison Intrinsics and EFlag Reading. */ | |

/// Uses the immediate operand \a M to perform a comparison of string | |

/// data with implicitly defined lengths that is contained in source operands | |

/// \a A and \a B. Returns 1 if the bit mask is zero and the length of the | |

/// string in \a B is the maximum, otherwise, returns 0. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// int _mm_cmpistra(__m128i A, __m128i B, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPCMPISTRI / PCMPISTRI </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param A | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param B | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An 8-bit immediate operand specifying whether the characters are bytes or | |

/// words and the type of comparison to perform. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: Determine source data format. \n | |

/// 00: 16 unsigned bytes \n | |

/// 01: 8 unsigned words \n | |

/// 10: 16 signed bytes \n | |

/// 11: 8 signed words \n | |

/// Bits [3:2]: Determine comparison type and aggregation method. \n | |

/// 00: Subset: Each character in \a B is compared for equality with all | |

/// the characters in \a A. \n | |

/// 01: Ranges: Each character in \a B is compared to \a A. The comparison | |

/// basis is greater than or equal for even-indexed elements in \a A, | |

/// and less than or equal for odd-indexed elements in \a A. \n | |

/// 10: Match: Compare each pair of corresponding characters in \a A and | |

/// \a B for equality. \n | |

/// 11: Substring: Search \a B for substring matches of \a A. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: Determine whether to perform a one's complement on the bit | |

/// mask of the comparison results. \n | |

/// 00: No effect. \n | |

/// 01: Negate the bit mask. \n | |

/// 10: No effect. \n | |

/// 11: Negate the bit mask only for bits with an index less than or equal | |

/// to the size of \a A or \a B. \n | |

/// \returns Returns 1 if the bit mask is zero and the length of the string in | |

/// \a B is the maximum; otherwise, returns 0. | |

#define _mm_cmpistra(A, B, M) \ | |

((int)__builtin_ia32_pcmpistria128((__v16qi)(__m128i)(A), \ | |

(__v16qi)(__m128i)(B), (int)(M))) | |

/// Uses the immediate operand \a M to perform a comparison of string | |

/// data with implicitly defined lengths that is contained in source operands | |

/// \a A and \a B. Returns 1 if the bit mask is non-zero, otherwise, returns | |

/// 0. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// int _mm_cmpistrc(__m128i A, __m128i B, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPCMPISTRI / PCMPISTRI </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param A | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param B | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An 8-bit immediate operand specifying whether the characters are bytes or | |

/// words and the type of comparison to perform. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: Determine source data format. \n | |

/// 00: 16 unsigned bytes \n | |

/// 01: 8 unsigned words \n | |

/// 10: 16 signed bytes \n | |

/// 11: 8 signed words \n | |

/// Bits [3:2]: Determine comparison type and aggregation method. \n | |

/// 00: Subset: Each character in \a B is compared for equality with all | |

/// the characters in \a A. \n | |

/// 01: Ranges: Each character in \a B is compared to \a A. The comparison | |

/// basis is greater than or equal for even-indexed elements in \a A, | |

/// and less than or equal for odd-indexed elements in \a A. \n | |

/// 10: Match: Compare each pair of corresponding characters in \a A and | |

/// \a B for equality. \n | |

/// 11: Substring: Search B for substring matches of \a A. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: Determine whether to perform a one's complement on the bit | |

/// mask of the comparison results. \n | |

/// 00: No effect. \n | |

/// 01: Negate the bit mask. \n | |

/// 10: No effect. \n | |

/// 11: Negate the bit mask only for bits with an index less than or equal | |

/// to the size of \a A or \a B. | |

/// \returns Returns 1 if the bit mask is non-zero, otherwise, returns 0. | |

#define _mm_cmpistrc(A, B, M) \ | |

((int)__builtin_ia32_pcmpistric128((__v16qi)(__m128i)(A), \ | |

(__v16qi)(__m128i)(B), (int)(M))) | |

/// Uses the immediate operand \a M to perform a comparison of string | |

/// data with implicitly defined lengths that is contained in source operands | |

/// \a A and \a B. Returns bit 0 of the resulting bit mask. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// int _mm_cmpistro(__m128i A, __m128i B, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPCMPISTRI / PCMPISTRI </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param A | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param B | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An 8-bit immediate operand specifying whether the characters are bytes or | |

/// words and the type of comparison to perform. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: Determine source data format. \n | |

/// 00: 16 unsigned bytes \n | |

/// 01: 8 unsigned words \n | |

/// 10: 16 signed bytes \n | |

/// 11: 8 signed words \n | |

/// Bits [3:2]: Determine comparison type and aggregation method. \n | |

/// 00: Subset: Each character in \a B is compared for equality with all | |

/// the characters in \a A. \n | |

/// 01: Ranges: Each character in \a B is compared to \a A. The comparison | |

/// basis is greater than or equal for even-indexed elements in \a A, | |

/// and less than or equal for odd-indexed elements in \a A. \n | |

/// 10: Match: Compare each pair of corresponding characters in \a A and | |

/// \a B for equality. \n | |

/// 11: Substring: Search B for substring matches of \a A. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: Determine whether to perform a one's complement on the bit | |

/// mask of the comparison results. \n | |

/// 00: No effect. \n | |

/// 01: Negate the bit mask. \n | |

/// 10: No effect. \n | |

/// 11: Negate the bit mask only for bits with an index less than or equal | |

/// to the size of \a A or \a B. \n | |

/// \returns Returns bit 0 of the resulting bit mask. | |

#define _mm_cmpistro(A, B, M) \ | |

((int)__builtin_ia32_pcmpistrio128((__v16qi)(__m128i)(A), \ | |

(__v16qi)(__m128i)(B), (int)(M))) | |

/// Uses the immediate operand \a M to perform a comparison of string | |

/// data with implicitly defined lengths that is contained in source operands | |

/// \a A and \a B. Returns 1 if the length of the string in \a A is less than | |

/// the maximum, otherwise, returns 0. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// int _mm_cmpistrs(__m128i A, __m128i B, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPCMPISTRI / PCMPISTRI </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param A | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param B | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An 8-bit immediate operand specifying whether the characters are bytes or | |

/// words and the type of comparison to perform. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: Determine source data format. \n | |

/// 00: 16 unsigned bytes \n | |

/// 01: 8 unsigned words \n | |

/// 10: 16 signed bytes \n | |

/// 11: 8 signed words \n | |

/// Bits [3:2]: Determine comparison type and aggregation method. \n | |

/// 00: Subset: Each character in \a B is compared for equality with all | |

/// the characters in \a A. \n | |

/// 01: Ranges: Each character in \a B is compared to \a A. The comparison | |

/// basis is greater than or equal for even-indexed elements in \a A, | |

/// and less than or equal for odd-indexed elements in \a A. \n | |

/// 10: Match: Compare each pair of corresponding characters in \a A and | |

/// \a B for equality. \n | |

/// 11: Substring: Search \a B for substring matches of \a A. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: Determine whether to perform a one's complement on the bit | |

/// mask of the comparison results. \n | |

/// 00: No effect. \n | |

/// 01: Negate the bit mask. \n | |

/// 10: No effect. \n | |

/// 11: Negate the bit mask only for bits with an index less than or equal | |

/// to the size of \a A or \a B. \n | |

/// \returns Returns 1 if the length of the string in \a A is less than the | |

/// maximum, otherwise, returns 0. | |

#define _mm_cmpistrs(A, B, M) \ | |

((int)__builtin_ia32_pcmpistris128((__v16qi)(__m128i)(A), \ | |

(__v16qi)(__m128i)(B), (int)(M))) | |

/// Uses the immediate operand \a M to perform a comparison of string | |

/// data with implicitly defined lengths that is contained in source operands | |

/// \a A and \a B. Returns 1 if the length of the string in \a B is less than | |

/// the maximum, otherwise, returns 0. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// int _mm_cmpistrz(__m128i A, __m128i B, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPCMPISTRI / PCMPISTRI </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param A | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param B | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An 8-bit immediate operand specifying whether the characters are bytes or | |

/// words and the type of comparison to perform. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: Determine source data format. \n | |

/// 00: 16 unsigned bytes \n | |

/// 01: 8 unsigned words \n | |

/// 10: 16 signed bytes \n | |

/// 11: 8 signed words \n | |

/// Bits [3:2]: Determine comparison type and aggregation method. \n | |

/// 00: Subset: Each character in \a B is compared for equality with all | |

/// the characters in \a A. \n | |

/// 01: Ranges: Each character in \a B is compared to \a A. The comparison | |

/// basis is greater than or equal for even-indexed elements in \a A, | |

/// and less than or equal for odd-indexed elements in \a A. \n | |

/// 10: Match: Compare each pair of corresponding characters in \a A and | |

/// \a B for equality. \n | |

/// 11: Substring: Search \a B for substring matches of \a A. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: Determine whether to perform a one's complement on the bit | |

/// mask of the comparison results. \n | |

/// 00: No effect. \n | |

/// 01: Negate the bit mask. \n | |

/// 10: No effect. \n | |

/// 11: Negate the bit mask only for bits with an index less than or equal | |

/// to the size of \a A or \a B. | |

/// \returns Returns 1 if the length of the string in \a B is less than the | |

/// maximum, otherwise, returns 0. | |

#define _mm_cmpistrz(A, B, M) \ | |

((int)__builtin_ia32_pcmpistriz128((__v16qi)(__m128i)(A), \ | |

(__v16qi)(__m128i)(B), (int)(M))) | |

/// Uses the immediate operand \a M to perform a comparison of string | |

/// data with explicitly defined lengths that is contained in source operands | |

/// \a A and \a B. Returns 1 if the bit mask is zero and the length of the | |

/// string in \a B is the maximum, otherwise, returns 0. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// int _mm_cmpestra(__m128i A, int LA, __m128i B, int LB, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPCMPESTRI / PCMPESTRI </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param A | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param LA | |

/// An integer that specifies the length of the string in \a A. | |

/// \param B | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param LB | |

/// An integer that specifies the length of the string in \a B. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An 8-bit immediate operand specifying whether the characters are bytes or | |

/// words and the type of comparison to perform. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: Determine source data format. \n | |

/// 00: 16 unsigned bytes \n | |

/// 01: 8 unsigned words \n | |

/// 10: 16 signed bytes \n | |

/// 11: 8 signed words \n | |

/// Bits [3:2]: Determine comparison type and aggregation method. \n | |

/// 00: Subset: Each character in \a B is compared for equality with all | |

/// the characters in \a A. \n | |

/// 01: Ranges: Each character in \a B is compared to \a A. The comparison | |

/// basis is greater than or equal for even-indexed elements in \a A, | |

/// and less than or equal for odd-indexed elements in \a A. \n | |

/// 10: Match: Compare each pair of corresponding characters in \a A and | |

/// \a B for equality. \n | |

/// 11: Substring: Search \a B for substring matches of \a A. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: Determine whether to perform a one's complement on the bit | |

/// mask of the comparison results. \n | |

/// 00: No effect. \n | |

/// 01: Negate the bit mask. \n | |

/// 10: No effect. \n | |

/// 11: Negate the bit mask only for bits with an index less than or equal | |

/// to the size of \a A or \a B. | |

/// \returns Returns 1 if the bit mask is zero and the length of the string in | |

/// \a B is the maximum, otherwise, returns 0. | |

#define _mm_cmpestra(A, LA, B, LB, M) \ | |

((int)__builtin_ia32_pcmpestria128((__v16qi)(__m128i)(A), (int)(LA), \ | |

(__v16qi)(__m128i)(B), (int)(LB), \ | |

(int)(M))) | |

/// Uses the immediate operand \a M to perform a comparison of string | |

/// data with explicitly defined lengths that is contained in source operands | |

/// \a A and \a B. Returns 1 if the resulting mask is non-zero, otherwise, | |

/// returns 0. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// int _mm_cmpestrc(__m128i A, int LA, __m128i B, int LB, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPCMPESTRI / PCMPESTRI </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param A | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param LA | |

/// An integer that specifies the length of the string in \a A. | |

/// \param B | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param LB | |

/// An integer that specifies the length of the string in \a B. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An 8-bit immediate operand specifying whether the characters are bytes or | |

/// words and the type of comparison to perform. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: Determine source data format. \n | |

/// 00: 16 unsigned bytes \n | |

/// 01: 8 unsigned words \n | |

/// 10: 16 signed bytes \n | |

/// 11: 8 signed words \n | |

/// Bits [3:2]: Determine comparison type and aggregation method. \n | |

/// 00: Subset: Each character in \a B is compared for equality with all | |

/// the characters in \a A. \n | |

/// 01: Ranges: Each character in \a B is compared to \a A. The comparison | |

/// basis is greater than or equal for even-indexed elements in \a A, | |

/// and less than or equal for odd-indexed elements in \a A. \n | |

/// 10: Match: Compare each pair of corresponding characters in \a A and | |

/// \a B for equality. \n | |

/// 11: Substring: Search \a B for substring matches of \a A. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: Determine whether to perform a one's complement on the bit | |

/// mask of the comparison results. \n | |

/// 00: No effect. \n | |

/// 01: Negate the bit mask. \n | |

/// 10: No effect. \n | |

/// 11: Negate the bit mask only for bits with an index less than or equal | |

/// to the size of \a A or \a B. \n | |

/// \returns Returns 1 if the resulting mask is non-zero, otherwise, returns 0. | |

#define _mm_cmpestrc(A, LA, B, LB, M) \ | |

((int)__builtin_ia32_pcmpestric128((__v16qi)(__m128i)(A), (int)(LA), \ | |

(__v16qi)(__m128i)(B), (int)(LB), \ | |

(int)(M))) | |

/// Uses the immediate operand \a M to perform a comparison of string | |

/// data with explicitly defined lengths that is contained in source operands | |

/// \a A and \a B. Returns bit 0 of the resulting bit mask. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// int _mm_cmpestro(__m128i A, int LA, __m128i B, int LB, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPCMPESTRI / PCMPESTRI </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param A | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param LA | |

/// An integer that specifies the length of the string in \a A. | |

/// \param B | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param LB | |

/// An integer that specifies the length of the string in \a B. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An 8-bit immediate operand specifying whether the characters are bytes or | |

/// words and the type of comparison to perform. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: Determine source data format. \n | |

/// 00: 16 unsigned bytes \n | |

/// 01: 8 unsigned words \n | |

/// 10: 16 signed bytes \n | |

/// 11: 8 signed words \n | |

/// Bits [3:2]: Determine comparison type and aggregation method. \n | |

/// 00: Subset: Each character in \a B is compared for equality with all | |

/// the characters in \a A. \n | |

/// 01: Ranges: Each character in \a B is compared to \a A. The comparison | |

/// basis is greater than or equal for even-indexed elements in \a A, | |

/// and less than or equal for odd-indexed elements in \a A. \n | |

/// 10: Match: Compare each pair of corresponding characters in \a A and | |

/// \a B for equality. \n | |

/// 11: Substring: Search \a B for substring matches of \a A. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: Determine whether to perform a one's complement on the bit | |

/// mask of the comparison results. \n | |

/// 00: No effect. \n | |

/// 01: Negate the bit mask. \n | |

/// 10: No effect. \n | |

/// 11: Negate the bit mask only for bits with an index less than or equal | |

/// to the size of \a A or \a B. | |

/// \returns Returns bit 0 of the resulting bit mask. | |

#define _mm_cmpestro(A, LA, B, LB, M) \ | |

((int)__builtin_ia32_pcmpestrio128((__v16qi)(__m128i)(A), (int)(LA), \ | |

(__v16qi)(__m128i)(B), (int)(LB), \ | |

(int)(M))) | |

/// Uses the immediate operand \a M to perform a comparison of string | |

/// data with explicitly defined lengths that is contained in source operands | |

/// \a A and \a B. Returns 1 if the length of the string in \a A is less than | |

/// the maximum, otherwise, returns 0. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// int _mm_cmpestrs(__m128i A, int LA, __m128i B, int LB, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPCMPESTRI / PCMPESTRI </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param A | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param LA | |

/// An integer that specifies the length of the string in \a A. | |

/// \param B | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param LB | |

/// An integer that specifies the length of the string in \a B. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An 8-bit immediate operand specifying whether the characters are bytes or | |

/// words and the type of comparison to perform. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: Determine source data format. \n | |

/// 00: 16 unsigned bytes \n | |

/// 01: 8 unsigned words \n | |

/// 10: 16 signed bytes \n | |

/// 11: 8 signed words \n | |

/// Bits [3:2]: Determine comparison type and aggregation method. \n | |

/// 00: Subset: Each character in \a B is compared for equality with all | |

/// the characters in \a A. \n | |

/// 01: Ranges: Each character in \a B is compared to \a A. The comparison | |

/// basis is greater than or equal for even-indexed elements in \a A, | |

/// and less than or equal for odd-indexed elements in \a A. \n | |

/// 10: Match: Compare each pair of corresponding characters in \a A and | |

/// \a B for equality. \n | |

/// 11: Substring: Search \a B for substring matches of \a A. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: Determine whether to perform a one's complement in the bit | |

/// mask of the comparison results. \n | |

/// 00: No effect. \n | |

/// 01: Negate the bit mask. \n | |

/// 10: No effect. \n | |

/// 11: Negate the bit mask only for bits with an index less than or equal | |

/// to the size of \a A or \a B. \n | |

/// \returns Returns 1 if the length of the string in \a A is less than the | |

/// maximum, otherwise, returns 0. | |

#define _mm_cmpestrs(A, LA, B, LB, M) \ | |

((int)__builtin_ia32_pcmpestris128((__v16qi)(__m128i)(A), (int)(LA), \ | |

(__v16qi)(__m128i)(B), (int)(LB), \ | |

(int)(M))) | |

/// Uses the immediate operand \a M to perform a comparison of string | |

/// data with explicitly defined lengths that is contained in source operands | |

/// \a A and \a B. Returns 1 if the length of the string in \a B is less than | |

/// the maximum, otherwise, returns 0. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// int _mm_cmpestrz(__m128i A, int LA, __m128i B, int LB, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPCMPESTRI </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param A | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param LA | |

/// An integer that specifies the length of the string in \a A. | |

/// \param B | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing one of the source operands to be | |

/// compared. | |

/// \param LB | |

/// An integer that specifies the length of the string in \a B. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An 8-bit immediate operand specifying whether the characters are bytes or | |

/// words and the type of comparison to perform. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: Determine source data format. \n | |

/// 00: 16 unsigned bytes \n | |

/// 01: 8 unsigned words \n | |

/// 10: 16 signed bytes \n | |

/// 11: 8 signed words \n | |

/// Bits [3:2]: Determine comparison type and aggregation method. \n | |

/// 00: Subset: Each character in \a B is compared for equality with all | |

/// the characters in \a A. \n | |

/// 01: Ranges: Each character in \a B is compared to \a A. The comparison | |

/// basis is greater than or equal for even-indexed elements in \a A, | |

/// and less than or equal for odd-indexed elements in \a A. \n | |

/// 10: Match: Compare each pair of corresponding characters in \a A and | |

/// \a B for equality. \n | |

/// 11: Substring: Search \a B for substring matches of \a A. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: Determine whether to perform a one's complement on the bit | |

/// mask of the comparison results. \n | |

/// 00: No effect. \n | |

/// 01: Negate the bit mask. \n | |

/// 10: No effect. \n | |

/// 11: Negate the bit mask only for bits with an index less than or equal | |

/// to the size of \a A or \a B. | |

/// \returns Returns 1 if the length of the string in \a B is less than the | |

/// maximum, otherwise, returns 0. | |

#define _mm_cmpestrz(A, LA, B, LB, M) \ | |

((int)__builtin_ia32_pcmpestriz128((__v16qi)(__m128i)(A), (int)(LA), \ | |

(__v16qi)(__m128i)(B), (int)(LB), \ | |

(int)(M))) | |

/* SSE4.2 Compare Packed Data -- Greater Than. */ | |

/// Compares each of the corresponding 64-bit values of the 128-bit | |

/// integer vectors to determine if the values in the first operand are | |

/// greater than those in the second operand. | |

/// | |

/// \headerfile <x86intrin.h> | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPCMPGTQ / PCMPGTQ </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __V1 | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector. | |

/// \param __V2 | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit integer vector containing the comparison results. | |

static __inline__ __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_cmpgt_epi64(__m128i __V1, __m128i __V2) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i)((__v2di)__V1 > (__v2di)__V2); | |

} | |

#undef __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

#include <popcntintrin.h> | |

#include <crc32intrin.h> | |

#endif /* __SMMINTRIN_H */ |