nisse at lysator.liu.se
Sat Feb 22 06:46:06 UTC 2014
I had a look at the new mpn_sqrtrem function in mini-gmp. Nice and
simple, but it's not entirely obvious that it writes exactly the right
number of limbs to the squareroot result parameter in alla cases.
The docs says that the result area is ceil(n/2) limbs. Is it possible
that the top limb can be zero? If so, the code omits writing the leading
zero. And if that's not possible, I think it would make sense with an
assert (s->_mp_size == (n+1)/2);
and maybe a brief comment on why.
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