/* mpz_and -- Logical and.
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2015-2018 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of the GNU MP Library.
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or
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or both in parallel, as here.
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for more details.
You should have received copies of the GNU General Public License and the
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see https://www.gnu.org/licenses/. */
#include "gmp-impl.h"
void
mpz_and (mpz_ptr res, mpz_srcptr op1, mpz_srcptr op2)
{
mp_srcptr op1_ptr, op2_ptr;
mp_size_t op1_size, op2_size;
mp_ptr res_ptr;
mp_size_t res_size;
mp_size_t i;
op1_size = SIZ(op1);
op2_size = SIZ(op2);
if (op1_size < op2_size)
{
MPZ_SRCPTR_SWAP (op1, op2);
MP_SIZE_T_SWAP (op1_size, op2_size);
}
op1_ptr = PTR(op1);
op2_ptr = PTR(op2);
if (op2_size >= 0)
{
/* First loop finds the size of the result. */
for (i = op2_size; --i >= 0;)
if ((op1_ptr[i] & op2_ptr[i]) != 0)
{
res_size = i + 1;
/* Handle allocation, now then we know exactly how much space is
needed for the result. */
/* Don't re-read op1_ptr and op2_ptr. Since res_size <=
MIN(op1_size, op2_size), res is not changed when op1
is identical to res or op2 is identical to res. */
SIZ (res) = res_size;
mpn_and_n (MPZ_NEWALLOC (res, res_size), op1_ptr, op2_ptr, res_size);
return;
}
SIZ (res) = 0;
}
else
{
TMP_DECL;
op2_size = -op2_size;
TMP_MARK;
if (op1_size < 0)
{
mp_ptr opx, opy;
/* Both operands are negative, so will be the result.
-((-OP1) & (-OP2)) = -(~(OP1 - 1) & ~(OP2 - 1)) =
= ~(~(OP1 - 1) & ~(OP2 - 1)) + 1 =
= ((OP1 - 1) | (OP2 - 1)) + 1 */
/* It might seem as we could end up with an (invalid) result with
a leading zero-limb here when one of the operands is of the
type 1,,0,,..,,.0. But some analysis shows that we surely
would get carry into the zero-limb in this situation... */
op1_size = -op1_size;
TMP_ALLOC_LIMBS_2 (opx, op1_size, opy, op2_size);
mpn_sub_1 (opx, op1_ptr, op1_size, (mp_limb_t) 1);
op1_ptr = opx;
mpn_sub_1 (opy, op2_ptr, op2_size, (mp_limb_t) 1);
op2_ptr = opy;
res_ptr = MPZ_NEWALLOC (res, 1 + op2_size);
/* Don't re-read OP1_PTR and OP2_PTR. They point to temporary
space--never to the space PTR(res) used to point to before
reallocation. */
MPN_COPY (res_ptr + op1_size, op2_ptr + op1_size,
op2_size - op1_size);
mpn_ior_n (res_ptr, op1_ptr, op2_ptr, op1_size);
TMP_FREE;
res_size = op2_size;
res_ptr[res_size] = 0;
MPN_INCR_U (res_ptr, res_size + 1, (mp_limb_t) 1);
res_size += res_ptr[res_size];
SIZ(res) = -res_size;
}
else
{
#if ANDNEW
mp_size_t op2_lim;
mp_size_t count;
/* OP2 must be negated as with infinite precision.
Scan from the low end for a non-zero limb. The first non-zero
limb is simply negated (two's complement). Any subsequent
limbs are one's complemented. Of course, we don't need to
handle more limbs than there are limbs in the other, positive
operand as the result for those limbs is going to become zero
anyway. */
/* Scan for the least significant non-zero OP2 limb, and zero the
result meanwhile for those limb positions. (We will surely
find a non-zero limb, so we can write the loop with one
termination condition only.) */
for (i = 0; op2_ptr[i] == 0; i++)
res_ptr[i] = 0;
op2_lim = i;
if (op1_size <= op2_size)
{
/* The ones-extended OP2 is >= than the zero-extended OP1.
RES_SIZE <= OP1_SIZE. Find the exact size. */
for (i = op1_size - 1; i > op2_lim; i--)
if ((op1_ptr[i] & ~op2_ptr[i]) != 0)
break;
res_size = i + 1;
for (i = res_size - 1; i > op2_lim; i--)
res_ptr[i] = op1_ptr[i] & ~op2_ptr[i];
res_ptr[op2_lim] = op1_ptr[op2_lim] & -op2_ptr[op2_lim];
/* Yes, this *can* happen! */
MPN_NORMALIZE (res_ptr, res_size);
}
else
{
/* The ones-extended OP2 is < than the zero-extended OP1.
RES_SIZE == OP1_SIZE, since OP1 is normalized. */
res_size = op1_size;
MPN_COPY (res_ptr + op2_size, op1_ptr + op2_size, op1_size - op2_size);
for (i = op2_size - 1; i > op2_lim; i--)
res_ptr[i] = op1_ptr[i] & ~op2_ptr[i];
res_ptr[op2_lim] = op1_ptr[op2_lim] & -op2_ptr[op2_lim];
}
#else
/* OP1 is positive and zero-extended,
OP2 is negative and ones-extended.
The result will be positive.
OP1 & -OP2 = OP1 & ~(OP2 - 1). */
mp_ptr opx;
opx = TMP_ALLOC_LIMBS (op2_size);
mpn_sub_1 (opx, op2_ptr, op2_size, (mp_limb_t) 1);
op2_ptr = opx;
if (op1_size > op2_size)
{
/* The result has the same size as OP1, since OP1 is normalized
and longer than the ones-extended OP2. */
res_size = op1_size;
/* Handle allocation, now then we know exactly how much space is
needed for the result. */
res_ptr = MPZ_NEWALLOC (res, res_size);
/* Don't re-read OP1_PTR or OP2_PTR. Since res_size = op1_size,
op1 is not changed if it is identical to res.
OP2_PTR points to temporary space. */
mpn_andn_n (res_ptr, op1_ptr, op2_ptr, op2_size);
MPN_COPY (res_ptr + op2_size, op1_ptr + op2_size, res_size - op2_size);
}
else
{
/* Find out the exact result size. Ignore the high limbs of OP2,
OP1 is zero-extended and would make the result zero. */
res_size = 0;
for (i = op1_size; --i >= 0;)
if ((op1_ptr[i] & ~op2_ptr[i]) != 0)
{
res_size = i + 1;
/* Handle allocation, now then we know exactly how much
space is needed for the result. */
/* Don't re-read OP1_PTR. Since res_size <= op1_size,
op1 is not changed if it is identical to res. Don't
re-read OP2_PTR. It points to temporary space--never
to the space PTR(res) used to point to before
reallocation. */
mpn_andn_n (MPZ_NEWALLOC (res, res_size), op1_ptr, op2_ptr, res_size);
break;
}
}
#endif
SIZ(res) = res_size;
TMP_FREE;
}
}
}