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; Test 64-bit ordered comparisons that are really between a memory byte
; and a constant.
;
; RUN: llc < %s -mtriple=s390x-linux-gnu | FileCheck %s
; Check unsigned comparison near the low end of the CLI range, using zero
; extension.
define double @f1(double %a, double %b, i8 *%ptr) {
; CHECK: f1:
; CHECK: cli 0(%r2), 1
; CHECK-NEXT: j{{g?}}h
; CHECK: br %r14
%val = load i8 *%ptr
%ext = zext i8 %val to i64
%cond = icmp ugt i64 %ext, 1
%res = select i1 %cond, double %a, double %b
ret double %res
}
; Check unsigned comparison near the low end of the CLI range, using sign
; extension.
define double @f2(double %a, double %b, i8 *%ptr) {
; CHECK: f2:
; CHECK: cli 0(%r2), 1
; CHECK-NEXT: j{{g?}}h
; CHECK: br %r14
%val = load i8 *%ptr
%ext = sext i8 %val to i64
%cond = icmp ugt i64 %ext, 1
%res = select i1 %cond, double %a, double %b
ret double %res
}
; Check unsigned comparison near the high end of the CLI range, using zero
; extension.
define double @f3(double %a, double %b, i8 *%ptr) {
; CHECK: f3:
; CHECK: cli 0(%r2), 254
; CHECK-NEXT: j{{g?}}l
; CHECK: br %r14
%val = load i8 *%ptr
%ext = zext i8 %val to i64
%cond = icmp ult i64 %ext, 254
%res = select i1 %cond, double %a, double %b
ret double %res
}
; Check unsigned comparison near the high end of the CLI range, using sign
; extension.
define double @f4(double %a, double %b, i8 *%ptr) {
; CHECK: f4:
; CHECK: cli 0(%r2), 254
; CHECK-NEXT: j{{g?}}l
; CHECK: br %r14
%val = load i8 *%ptr
%ext = sext i8 %val to i64
%cond = icmp ult i64 %ext, -2
%res = select i1 %cond, double %a, double %b
ret double %res
}
; Check unsigned comparison above the high end of the CLI range, using zero
; extension. The condition is always true.
define double @f5(double %a, double %b, i8 *%ptr) {
; CHECK: f5:
; CHECK-NOT: cli
; CHECK: br %r14
%val = load i8 *%ptr
%ext = zext i8 %val to i64
%cond = icmp ult i64 %ext, 256
%res = select i1 %cond, double %a, double %b
ret double %res
}
; When using unsigned comparison with sign extension, equality with values
; in the range [128, MAX-129] is impossible, and ordered comparisons with
; those values are effectively sign tests. Since such comparisons are
; unlikely to occur in practice, we don't bother optimizing the second case,
; and simply ignore CLI for this range. First check the low end of the range.
define double @f6(double %a, double %b, i8 *%ptr) {
; CHECK: f6:
; CHECK-NOT: cli
; CHECK: br %r14
%val = load i8 *%ptr
%ext = sext i8 %val to i64
%cond = icmp ult i64 %ext, 128
%res = select i1 %cond, double %a, double %b
ret double %res
}
; ...and then the high end.
define double @f7(double %a, double %b, i8 *%ptr) {
; CHECK: f7:
; CHECK-NOT: cli
; CHECK: br %r14
%val = load i8 *%ptr
%ext = sext i8 %val to i64
%cond = icmp ult i64 %ext, -129
%res = select i1 %cond, double %a, double %b
ret double %res
}
; Check signed comparison near the low end of the CLI range, using zero
; extension. This is equivalent to unsigned comparison.
define double @f8(double %a, double %b, i8 *%ptr) {
; CHECK: f8:
; CHECK: cli 0(%r2), 1
; CHECK-NEXT: j{{g?}}h
; CHECK: br %r14
%val = load i8 *%ptr
%ext = zext i8 %val to i64
%cond = icmp sgt i64 %ext, 1
%res = select i1 %cond, double %a, double %b
ret double %res
}
; Check signed comparison near the low end of the CLI range, using sign
; extension. This cannot use CLI.
define double @f9(double %a, double %b, i8 *%ptr) {
; CHECK: f9:
; CHECK-NOT: cli
; CHECK: br %r14
%val = load i8 *%ptr
%ext = sext i8 %val to i64
%cond = icmp sgt i64 %ext, 1
%res = select i1 %cond, double %a, double %b
ret double %res
}
; Check signed comparison near the high end of the CLI range, using zero
; extension. This is equivalent to unsigned comparison.
define double @f10(double %a, double %b, i8 *%ptr) {
; CHECK: f10:
; CHECK: cli 0(%r2), 254
; CHECK-NEXT: j{{g?}}l
; CHECK: br %r14
%val = load i8 *%ptr
%ext = zext i8 %val to i64
%cond = icmp slt i64 %ext, 254
%res = select i1 %cond, double %a, double %b
ret double %res
}
; Check signed comparison near the high end of the CLI range, using sign
; extension. This cannot use CLI.
define double @f11(double %a, double %b, i8 *%ptr) {
; CHECK: f11:
; CHECK-NOT: cli
; CHECK: br %r14
%val = load i8 *%ptr
%ext = sext i8 %val to i64
%cond = icmp slt i64 %ext, -2
%res = select i1 %cond, double %a, double %b
ret double %res
}
; Check signed comparison above the high end of the CLI range, using zero
; extension. The condition is always true.
define double @f12(double %a, double %b, i8 *%ptr) {
; CHECK: f12:
; CHECK-NOT: cli
; CHECK: br %r14
%val = load i8 *%ptr
%ext = zext i8 %val to i64
%cond = icmp slt i64 %ext, 256
%res = select i1 %cond, double %a, double %b
ret double %res
}
; Check tests for nonnegative values.
define double @f13(double %a, double %b, i8 *%ptr) {
; CHECK: f13:
; CHECK: cli 0(%r2), 128
; CHECK-NEXT: j{{g?}}l
; CHECK: br %r14
%val = load i8 *%ptr
%ext = sext i8 %val to i64
%cond = icmp sge i64 %ext, 0
%res = select i1 %cond, double %a, double %b
ret double %res
}
; ...and another form
define double @f14(double %a, double %b, i8 *%ptr) {
; CHECK: f14:
; CHECK: cli 0(%r2), 128
; CHECK-NEXT: j{{g?}}l
; CHECK: br %r14
%val = load i8 *%ptr
%ext = sext i8 %val to i64
%cond = icmp sgt i64 %ext, -1
%res = select i1 %cond, double %a, double %b
ret double %res
}
; Check tests for negative values.
define double @f15(double %a, double %b, i8 *%ptr) {
; CHECK: f15:
; CHECK: cli 0(%r2), 127
; CHECK-NEXT: j{{g?}}h
; CHECK: br %r14
%val = load i8 *%ptr
%ext = sext i8 %val to i64
%cond = icmp slt i64 %ext, 0
%res = select i1 %cond, double %a, double %b
ret double %res
}
; ...and another form
define double @f16(double %a, double %b, i8 *%ptr) {
; CHECK: f16:
; CHECK: cli 0(%r2), 127
; CHECK-NEXT: j{{g?}}h
; CHECK: br %r14
%val = load i8 *%ptr
%ext = sext i8 %val to i64
%cond = icmp sle i64 %ext, -1
%res = select i1 %cond, double %a, double %b
ret double %res
}