nisse at lysator.liu.se
Mon Jul 20 19:35:57 UTC 2015
tg at gmplib.org (Torbjörn Granlund) writes:
> I haven't thought carefully about this, but we should probably provide
> plain fllor(n/q) functions as the main entry points. We could then add
> fraction limb development functions as a parallel set.
I agree that approach makes the interface nicer. We'd want functions
that can reuse the needed inverses between the two calls, though.
In my current, case, I haven't fully sorted out the sizes I really need
(and the code I have posted is not yet correct). But I think the main
need is U/D, where both inputs are n limbs (so the quotient is a single
limb, and usually small), followed by about n fraction limbs.
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