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#ifndef __IMMINTRIN_H | |

#error "Never use <avxintrin.h> directly; include <immintrin.h> instead." | |

#endif | |

#ifndef __AVXINTRIN_H | |

#define __AVXINTRIN_H | |

typedef double __v4df __attribute__ ((__vector_size__ (32))); | |

typedef float __v8sf __attribute__ ((__vector_size__ (32))); | |

typedef long long __v4di __attribute__ ((__vector_size__ (32))); | |

typedef int __v8si __attribute__ ((__vector_size__ (32))); | |

typedef short __v16hi __attribute__ ((__vector_size__ (32))); | |

typedef char __v32qi __attribute__ ((__vector_size__ (32))); | |

/* Unsigned types */ | |

typedef unsigned long long __v4du __attribute__ ((__vector_size__ (32))); | |

typedef unsigned int __v8su __attribute__ ((__vector_size__ (32))); | |

typedef unsigned short __v16hu __attribute__ ((__vector_size__ (32))); | |

typedef unsigned char __v32qu __attribute__ ((__vector_size__ (32))); | |

/* We need an explicitly signed variant for char. Note that this shouldn't | |

* appear in the interface though. */ | |

typedef signed char __v32qs __attribute__((__vector_size__(32))); | |

typedef float __m256 __attribute__ ((__vector_size__ (32))); | |

typedef double __m256d __attribute__((__vector_size__(32))); | |

typedef long long __m256i __attribute__((__vector_size__(32))); | |

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

#define __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS __attribute__((__always_inline__, __nodebug__, __target__("avx"))) | |

/* Arithmetic */ | |

/// \brief Adds two 256-bit vectors of [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the sums of both | |

/// operands. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_add_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)((__v4df)__a+(__v4df)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Adds two 256-bit vectors of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the sums of both | |

/// operands. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_add_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)((__v8sf)__a+(__v8sf)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Subtracts two 256-bit vectors of [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the minuend. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the subtrahend. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the differences between | |

/// both operands. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_sub_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)((__v4df)__a-(__v4df)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Subtracts two 256-bit vectors of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the minuend. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the subtrahend. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the differences between | |

/// both operands. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_sub_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)((__v8sf)__a-(__v8sf)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Adds the even-indexed values and subtracts the odd-indexed values of | |

/// two 256-bit vectors of [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the left source operand. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the right source operand. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the alternating sums | |

/// and differences between both operands. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_addsub_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)__builtin_ia32_addsubpd256((__v4df)__a, (__v4df)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Adds the even-indexed values and subtracts the odd-indexed values of | |

/// two 256-bit vectors of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the left source operand. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the right source operand. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the alternating sums and | |

/// differences between both operands. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_addsub_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)__builtin_ia32_addsubps256((__v8sf)__a, (__v8sf)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Divides two 256-bit vectors of [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the dividend. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the divisor. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the quotients of both | |

/// operands. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_div_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)((__v4df)__a/(__v4df)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Divides two 256-bit vectors of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the dividend. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the divisor. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the quotients of both | |

/// operands. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_div_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)((__v8sf)__a/(__v8sf)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Compares two 256-bit vectors of [4 x double] and returns the greater | |

/// of each pair of values. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing one of the operands. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing one of the operands. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the maximum values | |

/// between both operands. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_max_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)__builtin_ia32_maxpd256((__v4df)__a, (__v4df)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Compares two 256-bit vectors of [8 x float] and returns the greater | |

/// of each pair of values. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing one of the operands. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing one of the operands. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the maximum values | |

/// between both operands. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_max_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)__builtin_ia32_maxps256((__v8sf)__a, (__v8sf)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Compares two 256-bit vectors of [4 x double] and returns the lesser | |

/// of each pair of values. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing one of the operands. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing one of the operands. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the minimum values | |

/// between both operands. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_min_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)__builtin_ia32_minpd256((__v4df)__a, (__v4df)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Compares two 256-bit vectors of [8 x float] and returns the lesser | |

/// of each pair of values. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing one of the operands. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing one of the operands. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the minimum values | |

/// between both operands. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_min_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)__builtin_ia32_minps256((__v8sf)__a, (__v8sf)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Multiplies two 256-bit vectors of [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing one of the operands. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing one of the operands. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the products of both | |

/// operands. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_mul_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)((__v4df)__a * (__v4df)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Multiplies two 256-bit vectors of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing one of the operands. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing one of the operands. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the products of both | |

/// operands. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_mul_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)((__v8sf)__a * (__v8sf)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Calculates the square roots of the values in a 256-bit vector of | |

/// [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the square roots of the | |

/// values in the operand. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_sqrt_pd(__m256d __a) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)__builtin_ia32_sqrtpd256((__v4df)__a); | |

} | |

/// \brief Calculates the square roots of the values in a 256-bit vector of | |

/// [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the square roots of the | |

/// values in the operand. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_sqrt_ps(__m256 __a) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)__builtin_ia32_sqrtps256((__v8sf)__a); | |

} | |

/// \brief Calculates the reciprocal square roots of the values in a 256-bit | |

/// vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the reciprocal square | |

/// roots of the values in the operand. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_rsqrt_ps(__m256 __a) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)__builtin_ia32_rsqrtps256((__v8sf)__a); | |

} | |

/// \brief Calculates the reciprocals of the values in a 256-bit vector of | |

/// [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the reciprocals of the | |

/// values in the operand. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_rcp_ps(__m256 __a) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)__builtin_ia32_rcpps256((__v8sf)__a); | |

} | |

/// \brief Rounds the values in a 256-bit vector of [4 x double] as specified | |

/// by the byte operand. The source values are rounded to integer values and | |

/// returned as 64-bit double-precision floating-point values. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m256d _mm256_round_pd(__m256d V, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param V | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 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 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the rounded values. | |

#define _mm256_round_pd(V, M) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m256d)__builtin_ia32_roundpd256((__v4df)(__m256d)(V), (M)); }) | |

/// \brief Rounds the values stored in a 256-bit vector of [8 x float] as | |

/// specified by the byte operand. The source values are rounded to integer | |

/// values and returned as floating-point values. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m256 _mm256_round_ps(__m256 V, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param V | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 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 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the rounded values. | |

#define _mm256_round_ps(V, M) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m256)__builtin_ia32_roundps256((__v8sf)(__m256)(V), (M)); }) | |

/// \brief Rounds up the values stored in a 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. The | |

/// source values are rounded up to integer values and returned as 64-bit | |

/// double-precision floating-point values. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m256d _mm256_ceil_pd(__m256d V); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param V | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the rounded up values. | |

#define _mm256_ceil_pd(V) _mm256_round_pd((V), _MM_FROUND_CEIL) | |

/// \brief Rounds down the values stored in a 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// The source values are rounded down to integer values and returned as | |

/// 64-bit double-precision floating-point values. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m256d _mm256_floor_pd(__m256d V); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param V | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the rounded down | |

/// values. | |

#define _mm256_floor_pd(V) _mm256_round_pd((V), _MM_FROUND_FLOOR) | |

/// \brief Rounds up the values stored in a 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. The | |

/// source values are rounded up to integer values and returned as | |

/// floating-point values. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m256 _mm256_ceil_ps(__m256 V); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param V | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the rounded up values. | |

#define _mm256_ceil_ps(V) _mm256_round_ps((V), _MM_FROUND_CEIL) | |

/// \brief Rounds down the values stored in a 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. The | |

/// source values are rounded down to integer values and returned as | |

/// floating-point values. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m256 _mm256_floor_ps(__m256 V); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param V | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the rounded down values. | |

#define _mm256_floor_ps(V) _mm256_round_ps((V), _MM_FROUND_FLOOR) | |

/* Logical */ | |

/// \brief Performs a bitwise AND of two 256-bit vectors of [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the bitwise AND of the | |

/// values between both operands. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_and_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)((__v4du)__a & (__v4du)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Performs a bitwise AND of two 256-bit vectors of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the bitwise AND of the | |

/// values between both operands. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_and_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)((__v8su)__a & (__v8su)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Performs a bitwise AND of two 256-bit vectors of [4 x double], using | |

/// the one's complement of the values contained in the first source operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the left source operand. The | |

/// one's complement of this value is used in the bitwise AND. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the right source operand. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the bitwise AND of the | |

/// values of the second operand and the one's complement of the first | |

/// operand. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_andnot_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)(~(__v4du)__a & (__v4du)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Performs a bitwise AND of two 256-bit vectors of [8 x float], using | |

/// the one's complement of the values contained in the first source operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the left source operand. The | |

/// one's complement of this value is used in the bitwise AND. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the right source operand. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the bitwise AND of the | |

/// values of the second operand and the one's complement of the first | |

/// operand. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_andnot_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)(~(__v8su)__a & (__v8su)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Performs a bitwise OR of two 256-bit vectors of [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the bitwise OR of the | |

/// values between both operands. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_or_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)((__v4du)__a | (__v4du)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Performs a bitwise OR of two 256-bit vectors of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the bitwise OR of the | |

/// values between both operands. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_or_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)((__v8su)__a | (__v8su)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Performs a bitwise XOR of two 256-bit vectors of [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the bitwise XOR of the | |

/// values between both operands. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_xor_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)((__v4du)__a ^ (__v4du)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Performs a bitwise XOR of two 256-bit vectors of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the bitwise XOR of the | |

/// values between both operands. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_xor_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)((__v8su)__a ^ (__v8su)__b); | |

} | |

/* Horizontal arithmetic */ | |

/// \brief Horizontally adds the adjacent pairs of values contained in two | |

/// 256-bit vectors of [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// The horizontal sums of the values are returned in the even-indexed | |

/// elements of a vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// The horizontal sums of the values are returned in the odd-indexed | |

/// elements of a vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the horizontal sums of | |

/// both operands. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_hadd_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)__builtin_ia32_haddpd256((__v4df)__a, (__v4df)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Horizontally adds the adjacent pairs of values contained in two | |

/// 256-bit vectors of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// The horizontal sums of the values are returned in the elements with | |

/// index 0, 1, 4, 5 of a vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// The horizontal sums of the values are returned in the elements with | |

/// index 2, 3, 6, 7 of a vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the horizontal sums of | |

/// both operands. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_hadd_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)__builtin_ia32_haddps256((__v8sf)__a, (__v8sf)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Horizontally subtracts the adjacent pairs of values contained in two | |

/// 256-bit vectors of [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// The horizontal differences between the values are returned in the | |

/// even-indexed elements of a vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// The horizontal differences between the values are returned in the | |

/// odd-indexed elements of a vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the horizontal | |

/// differences of both operands. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_hsub_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)__builtin_ia32_hsubpd256((__v4df)__a, (__v4df)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Horizontally subtracts the adjacent pairs of values contained in two | |

/// 256-bit vectors of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// The horizontal differences between the values are returned in the | |

/// elements with index 0, 1, 4, 5 of a vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing one of the source operands. | |

/// The horizontal differences between the values are returned in the | |

/// elements with index 2, 3, 6, 7 of a vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the horizontal | |

/// differences of both operands. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_hsub_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)__builtin_ia32_hsubps256((__v8sf)__a, (__v8sf)__b); | |

} | |

/* Vector permutations */ | |

/// \brief Copies the values in a 128-bit vector of [2 x double] as specified | |

/// by the 128-bit integer vector operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

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

/// \param __c | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector operand specifying how the values are to be | |

/// copied. \n | |

/// Bit [1]: \n | |

/// 0: Bits [63:0] of the source are copied to bits [63:0] of the returned | |

/// vector. \n | |

/// 1: Bits [127:64] of the source are copied to bits [63:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bit [65]: \n | |

/// 0: Bits [63:0] of the source are copied to bits [127:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 1: Bits [127:64] of the source are copied to bits [127:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. | |

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

static __inline __m128d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_permutevar_pd(__m128d __a, __m128i __c) | |

{ | |

return (__m128d)__builtin_ia32_vpermilvarpd((__v2df)__a, (__v2di)__c); | |

} | |

/// \brief Copies the values in a 256-bit vector of [4 x double] as specified | |

/// by the 256-bit integer vector operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \param __c | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector operand specifying how the values are to be | |

/// copied. \n | |

/// Bit [1]: \n | |

/// 0: Bits [63:0] of the source are copied to bits [63:0] of the returned | |

/// vector. \n | |

/// 1: Bits [127:64] of the source are copied to bits [63:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bit [65]: \n | |

/// 0: Bits [63:0] of the source are copied to bits [127:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 1: Bits [127:64] of the source are copied to bits [127:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bit [129]: \n | |

/// 0: Bits [191:128] of the source are copied to bits [191:128] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 1: Bits [255:192] of the source are copied to bits [191:128] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bit [193]: \n | |

/// 0: Bits [191:128] of the source are copied to bits [255:192] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 1: Bits [255:192] of the source are copied to bits [255:192] of the | |

/// returned vector. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the copied values. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_permutevar_pd(__m256d __a, __m256i __c) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)__builtin_ia32_vpermilvarpd256((__v4df)__a, (__v4di)__c); | |

} | |

/// \brief Copies the values stored in a 128-bit vector of [4 x float] as | |

/// specified by the 128-bit integer vector operand. | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

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

/// \param __c | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector operand specifying how the values are to be | |

/// copied. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] of the source are copied to bits [31:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of the source are copied to bits [31:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of the source are copied to bits [31:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of the source are copied to bits [31:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [33:32]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] of the source are copied to bits [63:32] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of the source are copied to bits [63:32] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of the source are copied to bits [63:32] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of the source are copied to bits [63:32] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [65:64]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] of the source are copied to bits [95:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of the source are copied to bits [95:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of the source are copied to bits [95:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of the source are copied to bits [95:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [97:96]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] of the source are copied to bits [127:96] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of the source are copied to bits [127:96] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of the source are copied to bits [127:96] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of the source are copied to bits [127:96] of the | |

/// returned vector. | |

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

static __inline __m128 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_permutevar_ps(__m128 __a, __m128i __c) | |

{ | |

return (__m128)__builtin_ia32_vpermilvarps((__v4sf)__a, (__v4si)__c); | |

} | |

/// \brief Copies the values stored in a 256-bit vector of [8 x float] as | |

/// specified by the 256-bit integer vector operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \param __c | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector operand specifying how the values are to be | |

/// copied. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] of the source are copied to bits [31:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of the source are copied to bits [31:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of the source are copied to bits [31:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of the source are copied to bits [31:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [33:32]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] of the source are copied to bits [63:32] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of the source are copied to bits [63:32] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of the source are copied to bits [63:32] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of the source are copied to bits [63:32] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [65:64]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] of the source are copied to bits [95:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of the source are copied to bits [95:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of the source are copied to bits [95:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of the source are copied to bits [95:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [97:96]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] of the source are copied to bits [127:96] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of the source are copied to bits [127:96] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of the source are copied to bits [127:96] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of the source are copied to bits [127:96] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [129:128]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [159:128] of the source are copied to bits [159:128] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [191:160] of the source are copied to bits [159:128] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [223:192] of the source are copied to bits [159:128] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [255:224] of the source are copied to bits [159:128] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [161:160]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [159:128] of the source are copied to bits [191:160] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [191:160] of the source are copied to bits [191:160] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [223:192] of the source are copied to bits [191:160] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [255:224] of the source are copied to bits [191:160] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [193:192]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [159:128] of the source are copied to bits [223:192] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [191:160] of the source are copied to bits [223:192] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [223:192] of the source are copied to bits [223:192] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [255:224] of the source are copied to bits [223:192] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [225:224]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [159:128] of the source are copied to bits [255:224] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [191:160] of the source are copied to bits [255:224] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [223:192] of the source are copied to bits [255:224] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [255:224] of the source are copied to bits [255:224] of the | |

/// returned vector. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the copied values. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_permutevar_ps(__m256 __a, __m256i __c) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)__builtin_ia32_vpermilvarps256((__v8sf)__a, (__v8si)__c); | |

} | |

/// \brief Copies the values in a 128-bit vector of [2 x double] as specified | |

/// by the immediate integer operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128d _mm_permute_pd(__m128d A, const int C); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param A | |

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

/// \param C | |

/// An immediate integer operand specifying how the values are to be | |

/// copied. \n | |

/// Bit [0]: \n | |

/// 0: Bits [63:0] of the source are copied to bits [63:0] of the returned | |

/// vector. \n | |

/// 1: Bits [127:64] of the source are copied to bits [63:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bit [1]: \n | |

/// 0: Bits [63:0] of the source are copied to bits [127:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 1: Bits [127:64] of the source are copied to bits [127:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. | |

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

#define _mm_permute_pd(A, C) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m128d)__builtin_shufflevector((__v2df)(__m128d)(A), \ | |

(__v2df)_mm_undefined_pd(), \ | |

((C) >> 0) & 0x1, ((C) >> 1) & 0x1); }) | |

/// \brief Copies the values in a 256-bit vector of [4 x double] as specified by | |

/// the immediate integer operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m256d _mm256_permute_pd(__m256d A, const int C); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param A | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \param C | |

/// An immediate integer operand specifying how the values are to be | |

/// copied. \n | |

/// Bit [0]: \n | |

/// 0: Bits [63:0] of the source are copied to bits [63:0] of the returned | |

/// vector. \n | |

/// 1: Bits [127:64] of the source are copied to bits [63:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bit [1]: \n | |

/// 0: Bits [63:0] of the source are copied to bits [127:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 1: Bits [127:64] of the source are copied to bits [127:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bit [2]: \n | |

/// 0: Bits [191:128] of the source are copied to bits [191:128] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 1: Bits [255:192] of the source are copied to bits [191:128] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bit [3]: \n | |

/// 0: Bits [191:128] of the source are copied to bits [255:192] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 1: Bits [255:192] of the source are copied to bits [255:192] of the | |

/// returned vector. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the copied values. | |

#define _mm256_permute_pd(A, C) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m256d)__builtin_shufflevector((__v4df)(__m256d)(A), \ | |

(__v4df)_mm256_undefined_pd(), \ | |

0 + (((C) >> 0) & 0x1), \ | |

0 + (((C) >> 1) & 0x1), \ | |

2 + (((C) >> 2) & 0x1), \ | |

2 + (((C) >> 3) & 0x1)); }) | |

/// \brief Copies the values in a 128-bit vector of [4 x float] as specified by | |

/// the immediate integer operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128 _mm_permute_ps(__m128 A, const int C); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param A | |

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

/// \param C | |

/// An immediate integer operand specifying how the values are to be | |

/// copied. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] of the source are copied to bits [31:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of the source are copied to bits [31:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of the source are copied to bits [31:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of the source are copied to bits [31:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [3:2]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] of the source are copied to bits [63:32] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of the source are copied to bits [63:32] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of the source are copied to bits [63:32] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of the source are copied to bits [63:32] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] of the source are copied to bits [95:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of the source are copied to bits [95:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of the source are copied to bits [95:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of the source are copied to bits [95:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [7:6]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] of the source are copied to bits [127:96] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of the source are copied to bits [127:96] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of the source are copied to bits [127:96] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of the source are copied to bits [127:96] of the | |

/// returned vector. | |

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

#define _mm_permute_ps(A, C) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m128)__builtin_shufflevector((__v4sf)(__m128)(A), \ | |

(__v4sf)_mm_undefined_ps(), \ | |

((C) >> 0) & 0x3, ((C) >> 2) & 0x3, \ | |

((C) >> 4) & 0x3, ((C) >> 6) & 0x3); }) | |

/// \brief Copies the values in a 256-bit vector of [8 x float] as specified by | |

/// the immediate integer operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m256 _mm256_permute_ps(__m256 A, const int C); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param A | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \param C | |

/// An immediate integer operand specifying how the values are to be \n | |

/// copied. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] of the source are copied to bits [31:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of the source are copied to bits [31:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of the source are copied to bits [31:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of the source are copied to bits [31:0] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [3:2]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] of the source are copied to bits [63:32] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of the source are copied to bits [63:32] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of the source are copied to bits [63:32] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of the source are copied to bits [63:32] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] of the source are copied to bits [95:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of the source are copied to bits [95:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of the source are copied to bits [95:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of the source are copied to bits [95:64] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [7:6]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:qq0] of the source are copied to bits [127:96] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] of the source are copied to bits [127:96] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] of the source are copied to bits [127:96] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] of the source are copied to bits [127:96] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [159:128] of the source are copied to bits [159:128] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [191:160] of the source are copied to bits [159:128] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [223:192] of the source are copied to bits [159:128] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [255:224] of the source are copied to bits [159:128] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [3:2]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [159:128] of the source are copied to bits [191:160] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [191:160] of the source are copied to bits [191:160] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [223:192] of the source are copied to bits [191:160] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [255:224] of the source are copied to bits [191:160] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [159:128] of the source are copied to bits [223:192] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [191:160] of the source are copied to bits [223:192] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [223:192] of the source are copied to bits [223:192] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [255:224] of the source are copied to bits [223:192] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// Bits [7:6]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [159:128] of the source are copied to bits [255:224] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [191:160] of the source are copied to bits [255:224] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [223:192] of the source are copied to bits [255:224] of the | |

/// returned vector. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [255:224] of the source are copied to bits [255:224] of the | |

/// returned vector. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the copied values. | |

#define _mm256_permute_ps(A, C) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m256)__builtin_shufflevector((__v8sf)(__m256)(A), \ | |

(__v8sf)_mm256_undefined_ps(), \ | |

0 + (((C) >> 0) & 0x3), \ | |

0 + (((C) >> 2) & 0x3), \ | |

0 + (((C) >> 4) & 0x3), \ | |

0 + (((C) >> 6) & 0x3), \ | |

4 + (((C) >> 0) & 0x3), \ | |

4 + (((C) >> 2) & 0x3), \ | |

4 + (((C) >> 4) & 0x3), \ | |

4 + (((C) >> 6) & 0x3)); }) | |

/// \brief Permutes 128-bit data values stored in two 256-bit vectors of | |

/// [4 x double], as specified by the immediate integer operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m256d _mm256_permute2f128_pd(__m256d V1, __m256d V2, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPERM2F128 </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param V1 | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \param V2 | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An immediate integer operand specifying how the values are to be | |

/// permuted. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [127:0] of operand \a V1 are copied to bits [127:0] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [255:128] of operand \a V1 are copied to bits [127:0] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [127:0] of operand \a V2 are copied to bits [127:0] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [255:128] of operand \a V2 are copied to bits [127:0] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [127:0] of operand \a V1 are copied to bits [255:128] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [255:128] of operand \a V1 are copied to bits [255:128] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [127:0] of operand \a V2 are copied to bits [255:128] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [255:128] of operand \a V2 are copied to bits [255:128] of the | |

/// destination. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the copied values. | |

#define _mm256_permute2f128_pd(V1, V2, M) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m256d)__builtin_ia32_vperm2f128_pd256((__v4df)(__m256d)(V1), \ | |

(__v4df)(__m256d)(V2), (M)); }) | |

/// \brief Permutes 128-bit data values stored in two 256-bit vectors of | |

/// [8 x float], as specified by the immediate integer operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m256 _mm256_permute2f128_ps(__m256 V1, __m256 V2, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPERM2F128 </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param V1 | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \param V2 | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An immediate integer operand specifying how the values are to be | |

/// permuted. \n | |

/// Bits [1:0]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [127:0] of operand \a V1 are copied to bits [127:0] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [255:128] of operand \a V1 are copied to bits [127:0] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [127:0] of operand \a V2 are copied to bits [127:0] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [255:128] of operand \a V2 are copied to bits [127:0] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [127:0] of operand \a V1 are copied to bits [255:128] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [255:128] of operand \a V1 are copied to bits [255:128] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [127:0] of operand \a V2 are copied to bits [255:128] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [255:128] of operand \a V2 are copied to bits [255:128] of the | |

/// destination. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the copied values. | |

#define _mm256_permute2f128_ps(V1, V2, M) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m256)__builtin_ia32_vperm2f128_ps256((__v8sf)(__m256)(V1), \ | |

(__v8sf)(__m256)(V2), (M)); }) | |

/// \brief Permutes 128-bit data values stored in two 256-bit integer vectors, | |

/// as specified by the immediate integer operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m256i _mm256_permute2f128_si256(__m256i V1, __m256i V2, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VPERM2F128 </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param V1 | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector. | |

/// \param V2 | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An immediate integer operand specifying how the values are to be copied. | |

/// Bits [1:0]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [127:0] of operand \a V1 are copied to bits [127:0] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [255:128] of operand \a V1 are copied to bits [127:0] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [127:0] of operand \a V2 are copied to bits [127:0] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [255:128] of operand \a V2 are copied to bits [127:0] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4]: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [127:0] of operand \a V1 are copied to bits [255:128] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [255:128] of operand \a V1 are copied to bits [255:128] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [127:0] of operand \a V2 are copied to bits [255:128] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [255:128] of operand \a V2 are copied to bits [255:128] of the | |

/// destination. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit integer vector containing the copied values. | |

#define _mm256_permute2f128_si256(V1, V2, M) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m256i)__builtin_ia32_vperm2f128_si256((__v8si)(__m256i)(V1), \ | |

(__v8si)(__m256i)(V2), (M)); }) | |

/* Vector Blend */ | |

/// \brief Merges 64-bit double-precision data values stored in either of the | |

/// two 256-bit vectors of [4 x double], as specified by the immediate | |

/// integer operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m256d _mm256_blend_pd(__m256d V1, __m256d V2, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param V1 | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \param V2 | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \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 64-bit | |

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

/// destination. When a mask bit is 1, the corresponding 64-bit element in | |

/// operand \a V2 is copied to the same position in the destination. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the copied values. | |

#define _mm256_blend_pd(V1, V2, M) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m256d)__builtin_shufflevector((__v4df)(__m256d)(V1), \ | |

(__v4df)(__m256d)(V2), \ | |

(((M) & 0x01) ? 4 : 0), \ | |

(((M) & 0x02) ? 5 : 1), \ | |

(((M) & 0x04) ? 6 : 2), \ | |

(((M) & 0x08) ? 7 : 3)); }) | |

/// \brief Merges 32-bit single-precision data values stored in either of the | |

/// two 256-bit vectors of [8 x float], as specified by the immediate | |

/// integer operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m256 _mm256_blend_ps(__m256 V1, __m256 V2, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param V1 | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \param V2 | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \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 32-bit | |

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

/// destination. When a mask bit is 1, the corresponding 32-bit element in | |

/// operand \a V2 is copied to the same position in the destination. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the copied values. | |

#define _mm256_blend_ps(V1, V2, M) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m256)__builtin_shufflevector((__v8sf)(__m256)(V1), \ | |

(__v8sf)(__m256)(V2), \ | |

(((M) & 0x01) ? 8 : 0), \ | |

(((M) & 0x02) ? 9 : 1), \ | |

(((M) & 0x04) ? 10 : 2), \ | |

(((M) & 0x08) ? 11 : 3), \ | |

(((M) & 0x10) ? 12 : 4), \ | |

(((M) & 0x20) ? 13 : 5), \ | |

(((M) & 0x40) ? 14 : 6), \ | |

(((M) & 0x80) ? 15 : 7)); }) | |

/// \brief Merges 64-bit double-precision data values stored in either of the | |

/// two 256-bit vectors of [4 x double], as specified by the 256-bit vector | |

/// operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \param __c | |

/// A 256-bit vector operand, with mask bits 255, 191, 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 __a is copied to the same | |

/// position in the destination. When a mask bit is 1, the corresponding | |

/// 64-bit element in operand \a __b is copied to the same position in the | |

/// destination. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the copied values. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_blendv_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b, __m256d __c) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)__builtin_ia32_blendvpd256( | |

(__v4df)__a, (__v4df)__b, (__v4df)__c); | |

} | |

/// \brief Merges 32-bit single-precision data values stored in either of the | |

/// two 256-bit vectors of [8 x float], as specified by the 256-bit vector | |

/// operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \param __c | |

/// A 256-bit vector operand, with mask bits 255, 223, 191, 159, 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 __a is | |

/// copied to the same position in the destination. When a mask bit is 1, the | |

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

/// position in the destination. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the copied values. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_blendv_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b, __m256 __c) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)__builtin_ia32_blendvps256( | |

(__v8sf)__a, (__v8sf)__b, (__v8sf)__c); | |

} | |

/* Vector Dot Product */ | |

/// \brief Computes two dot products in parallel, using the lower and upper | |

/// halves of two [8 x float] vectors as input to the two computations, and | |

/// returning the two dot products in the lower and upper halves of the | |

/// [8 x float] result. | |

/// | |

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

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

/// In general, for each dot product, the four corresponding elements of the | |

/// input vectors are multiplied; the first two and second two products are | |

/// summed, then the two sums are added to form the final result. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m256 _mm256_dp_ps(__m256 V1, __m256 V2, const int M); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param V1 | |

/// A vector of [8 x float] values, treated as two [4 x float] vectors. | |

/// \param V2 | |

/// A vector of [8 x float] values, treated as two [4 x float] vectors. | |

/// \param M | |

/// An immediate integer argument. 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] subvector. 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. The bitmask is applied in the same way to each of the | |

/// two parallel dot product computations. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the two dot products. | |

#define _mm256_dp_ps(V1, V2, M) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m256)__builtin_ia32_dpps256((__v8sf)(__m256)(V1), \ | |

(__v8sf)(__m256)(V2), (M)); }) | |

/* Vector shuffle */ | |

/// \brief Selects 8 float values from the 256-bit operands of [8 x float], as | |

/// specified by the immediate value operand. | |

/// | |

/// The four selected elements in each operand are copied to the destination | |

/// according to the bits specified in the immediate operand. The selected | |

/// elements from the first 256-bit operand are copied to bits [63:0] and | |

/// bits [191:128] of the destination, and the selected elements from the | |

/// second 256-bit operand are copied to bits [127:64] and bits [255:192] of | |

/// the destination. For example, if bits [7:0] of the immediate operand | |

/// contain a value of 0xFF, the 256-bit destination vector would contain the | |

/// following values: b[7], b[7], a[7], a[7], b[3], b[3], a[3], a[3]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m256 _mm256_shuffle_ps(__m256 a, __m256 b, const int mask); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. The four selected elements in this | |

/// operand are copied to bits [63:0] and bits [191:128] in the destination, | |

/// according to the bits specified in the immediate operand. | |

/// \param b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. The four selected elements in this | |

/// operand are copied to bits [127:64] and bits [255:192] in the | |

/// destination, according to the bits specified in the immediate operand. | |

/// \param mask | |

/// An immediate value containing an 8-bit value specifying which elements to | |

/// copy from \a a and \a b \n. | |

/// Bits [3:0] specify the values copied from operand \a a. \n | |

/// Bits [7:4] specify the values copied from operand \a b. \n | |

/// The destinations within the 256-bit destination are assigned values as | |

/// follows, according to the bit value assignments described below: \n | |

/// Bits [1:0] are used to assign values to bits [31:0] and [159:128] in the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// Bits [3:2] are used to assign values to bits [63:32] and [191:160] in the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// Bits [5:4] are used to assign values to bits [95:64] and [223:192] in the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// Bits [7:6] are used to assign values to bits [127:96] and [255:224] in | |

/// the destination. \n | |

/// Bit value assignments: \n | |

/// 00: Bits [31:0] and [159:128] are copied from the selected operand. \n | |

/// 01: Bits [63:32] and [191:160] are copied from the selected operand. \n | |

/// 10: Bits [95:64] and [223:192] are copied from the selected operand. \n | |

/// 11: Bits [127:96] and [255:224] are copied from the selected operand. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the shuffled values. | |

#define _mm256_shuffle_ps(a, b, mask) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m256)__builtin_shufflevector((__v8sf)(__m256)(a), \ | |

(__v8sf)(__m256)(b), \ | |

0 + (((mask) >> 0) & 0x3), \ | |

0 + (((mask) >> 2) & 0x3), \ | |

8 + (((mask) >> 4) & 0x3), \ | |

8 + (((mask) >> 6) & 0x3), \ | |

4 + (((mask) >> 0) & 0x3), \ | |

4 + (((mask) >> 2) & 0x3), \ | |

12 + (((mask) >> 4) & 0x3), \ | |

12 + (((mask) >> 6) & 0x3)); }) | |

/// \brief Selects four double-precision values from the 256-bit operands of | |

/// [4 x double], as specified by the immediate value operand. | |

/// | |

/// The selected elements from the first 256-bit operand are copied to bits | |

/// [63:0] and bits [191:128] in the destination, and the selected elements | |

/// from the second 256-bit operand are copied to bits [127:64] and bits | |

/// [255:192] in the destination. For example, if bits [3:0] of the immediate | |

/// operand contain a value of 0xF, the 256-bit destination vector would | |

/// contain the following values: b[3], a[3], b[1], a[1]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m256d _mm256_shuffle_pd(__m256d a, __m256d b, const int mask); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \param b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \param mask | |

/// An immediate value containing 8-bit values specifying which elements to | |

/// copy from \a a and \a b: \n | |

/// Bit [0]=0: Bits [63:0] are copied from \a a to bits [63:0] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// Bit [0]=1: Bits [127:64] are copied from \a a to bits [63:0] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// Bit [1]=0: Bits [63:0] are copied from \a b to bits [127:64] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// Bit [1]=1: Bits [127:64] are copied from \a b to bits [127:64] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// Bit [2]=0: Bits [191:128] are copied from \a a to bits [191:128] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// Bit [2]=1: Bits [255:192] are copied from \a a to bits [191:128] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// Bit [3]=0: Bits [191:128] are copied from \a b to bits [255:192] of the | |

/// destination. \n | |

/// Bit [3]=1: Bits [255:192] are copied from \a b to bits [255:192] of the | |

/// destination. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the shuffled values. | |

#define _mm256_shuffle_pd(a, b, mask) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m256d)__builtin_shufflevector((__v4df)(__m256d)(a), \ | |

(__v4df)(__m256d)(b), \ | |

0 + (((mask) >> 0) & 0x1), \ | |

4 + (((mask) >> 1) & 0x1), \ | |

2 + (((mask) >> 2) & 0x1), \ | |

6 + (((mask) >> 3) & 0x1)); }) | |

/* Compare */ | |

#define _CMP_EQ_OQ 0x00 /* Equal (ordered, non-signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_LT_OS 0x01 /* Less-than (ordered, signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_LE_OS 0x02 /* Less-than-or-equal (ordered, signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_UNORD_Q 0x03 /* Unordered (non-signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_NEQ_UQ 0x04 /* Not-equal (unordered, non-signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_NLT_US 0x05 /* Not-less-than (unordered, signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_NLE_US 0x06 /* Not-less-than-or-equal (unordered, signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_ORD_Q 0x07 /* Ordered (non-signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_EQ_UQ 0x08 /* Equal (unordered, non-signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_NGE_US 0x09 /* Not-greater-than-or-equal (unordered, signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_NGT_US 0x0a /* Not-greater-than (unordered, signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_FALSE_OQ 0x0b /* False (ordered, non-signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_NEQ_OQ 0x0c /* Not-equal (ordered, non-signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_GE_OS 0x0d /* Greater-than-or-equal (ordered, signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_GT_OS 0x0e /* Greater-than (ordered, signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_TRUE_UQ 0x0f /* True (unordered, non-signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_EQ_OS 0x10 /* Equal (ordered, signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_LT_OQ 0x11 /* Less-than (ordered, non-signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_LE_OQ 0x12 /* Less-than-or-equal (ordered, non-signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_UNORD_S 0x13 /* Unordered (signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_NEQ_US 0x14 /* Not-equal (unordered, signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_NLT_UQ 0x15 /* Not-less-than (unordered, non-signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_NLE_UQ 0x16 /* Not-less-than-or-equal (unordered, non-signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_ORD_S 0x17 /* Ordered (signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_EQ_US 0x18 /* Equal (unordered, signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_NGE_UQ 0x19 /* Not-greater-than-or-equal (unordered, non-signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_NGT_UQ 0x1a /* Not-greater-than (unordered, non-signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_FALSE_OS 0x1b /* False (ordered, signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_NEQ_OS 0x1c /* Not-equal (ordered, signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_GE_OQ 0x1d /* Greater-than-or-equal (ordered, non-signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_GT_OQ 0x1e /* Greater-than (ordered, non-signaling) */ | |

#define _CMP_TRUE_US 0x1f /* True (unordered, signaling) */ | |

/// \brief Compares each of the corresponding double-precision values of two | |

/// 128-bit vectors of [2 x double], using the operation specified by the | |

/// immediate integer operand. | |

/// | |

/// Returns a [2 x double] vector consisting of two doubles corresponding to | |

/// the two comparison results: zero if the comparison is false, and all 1's | |

/// if the comparison is true. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128d _mm_cmp_pd(__m128d a, __m128d b, const int c); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param a | |

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

/// \param b | |

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

/// \param c | |

/// An immediate integer operand, with bits [4:0] specifying which comparison | |

/// operation to use: \n | |

/// 0x00 : Equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x01 : Less-than (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x02 : Less-than-or-equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x03 : Unordered (non-signaling) | |

/// 0x04 : Not-equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x05 : Not-less-than (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x06 : Not-less-than-or-equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x07 : Ordered (non-signaling) | |

/// 0x08 : Equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x09 : Not-greater-than-or-equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0a : Not-greater-than (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0b : False (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x0c : Not-equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x0d : Greater-than-or-equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0e : Greater-than (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0f : True (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x10 : Equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x11 : Less-than (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x12 : Less-than-or-equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x13 : Unordered (signaling) | |

/// 0x14 : Not-equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x15 : Not-less-than (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x16 : Not-less-than-or-equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x17 : Ordered (signaling) | |

/// 0x18 : Equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x19 : Not-greater-than-or-equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1a : Not-greater-than (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1b : False (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x1c : Not-equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x1d : Greater-than-or-equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1e : Greater-than (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1f : True (unordered, signaling) | |

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

#define _mm_cmp_pd(a, b, c) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m128d)__builtin_ia32_cmppd((__v2df)(__m128d)(a), \ | |

(__v2df)(__m128d)(b), (c)); }) | |

/// \brief Compares each of the corresponding values of two 128-bit vectors of | |

/// [4 x float], using the operation specified by the immediate integer | |

/// operand. | |

/// | |

/// Returns a [4 x float] vector consisting of four floats corresponding to | |

/// the four comparison results: zero if the comparison is false, and all 1's | |

/// if the comparison is true. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128 _mm_cmp_ps(__m128 a, __m128 b, const int c); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param a | |

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

/// \param b | |

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

/// \param c | |

/// An immediate integer operand, with bits [4:0] specifying which comparison | |

/// operation to use: \n | |

/// 0x00 : Equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x01 : Less-than (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x02 : Less-than-or-equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x03 : Unordered (non-signaling) | |

/// 0x04 : Not-equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x05 : Not-less-than (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x06 : Not-less-than-or-equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x07 : Ordered (non-signaling) | |

/// 0x08 : Equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x09 : Not-greater-than-or-equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0a : Not-greater-than (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0b : False (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x0c : Not-equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x0d : Greater-than-or-equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0e : Greater-than (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0f : True (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x10 : Equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x11 : Less-than (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x12 : Less-than-or-equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x13 : Unordered (signaling) | |

/// 0x14 : Not-equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x15 : Not-less-than (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x16 : Not-less-than-or-equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x17 : Ordered (signaling) | |

/// 0x18 : Equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x19 : Not-greater-than-or-equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1a : Not-greater-than (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1b : False (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x1c : Not-equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x1d : Greater-than-or-equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1e : Greater-than (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1f : True (unordered, signaling) | |

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

#define _mm_cmp_ps(a, b, c) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m128)__builtin_ia32_cmpps((__v4sf)(__m128)(a), \ | |

(__v4sf)(__m128)(b), (c)); }) | |

/// \brief Compares each of the corresponding double-precision values of two | |

/// 256-bit vectors of [4 x double], using the operation specified by the | |

/// immediate integer operand. | |

/// | |

/// Returns a [4 x double] vector consisting of four doubles corresponding to | |

/// the four comparison results: zero if the comparison is false, and all 1's | |

/// if the comparison is true. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m256d _mm256_cmp_pd(__m256d a, __m256d b, const int c); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \param b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \param c | |

/// An immediate integer operand, with bits [4:0] specifying which comparison | |

/// operation to use: \n | |

/// 0x00 : Equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x01 : Less-than (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x02 : Less-than-or-equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x03 : Unordered (non-signaling) | |

/// 0x04 : Not-equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x05 : Not-less-than (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x06 : Not-less-than-or-equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x07 : Ordered (non-signaling) | |

/// 0x08 : Equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x09 : Not-greater-than-or-equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0a : Not-greater-than (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0b : False (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x0c : Not-equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x0d : Greater-than-or-equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0e : Greater-than (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0f : True (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x10 : Equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x11 : Less-than (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x12 : Less-than-or-equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x13 : Unordered (signaling) | |

/// 0x14 : Not-equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x15 : Not-less-than (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x16 : Not-less-than-or-equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x17 : Ordered (signaling) | |

/// 0x18 : Equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x19 : Not-greater-than-or-equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1a : Not-greater-than (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1b : False (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x1c : Not-equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x1d : Greater-than-or-equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1e : Greater-than (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1f : True (unordered, signaling) | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the comparison results. | |

#define _mm256_cmp_pd(a, b, c) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m256d)__builtin_ia32_cmppd256((__v4df)(__m256d)(a), \ | |

(__v4df)(__m256d)(b), (c)); }) | |

/// \brief Compares each of the corresponding values of two 256-bit vectors of | |

/// [8 x float], using the operation specified by the immediate integer | |

/// operand. | |

/// | |

/// Returns a [8 x float] vector consisting of eight floats corresponding to | |

/// the eight comparison results: zero if the comparison is false, and all | |

/// 1's if the comparison is true. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m256 _mm256_cmp_ps(__m256 a, __m256 b, const int c); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \param b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \param c | |

/// An immediate integer operand, with bits [4:0] specifying which comparison | |

/// operation to use: \n | |

/// 0x00 : Equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x01 : Less-than (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x02 : Less-than-or-equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x03 : Unordered (non-signaling) | |

/// 0x04 : Not-equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x05 : Not-less-than (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x06 : Not-less-than-or-equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x07 : Ordered (non-signaling) | |

/// 0x08 : Equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x09 : Not-greater-than-or-equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0a : Not-greater-than (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0b : False (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x0c : Not-equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x0d : Greater-than-or-equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0e : Greater-than (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0f : True (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x10 : Equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x11 : Less-than (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x12 : Less-than-or-equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x13 : Unordered (signaling) | |

/// 0x14 : Not-equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x15 : Not-less-than (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x16 : Not-less-than-or-equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x17 : Ordered (signaling) | |

/// 0x18 : Equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x19 : Not-greater-than-or-equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1a : Not-greater-than (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1b : False (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x1c : Not-equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x1d : Greater-than-or-equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1e : Greater-than (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1f : True (unordered, signaling) | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the comparison results. | |

#define _mm256_cmp_ps(a, b, c) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m256)__builtin_ia32_cmpps256((__v8sf)(__m256)(a), \ | |

(__v8sf)(__m256)(b), (c)); }) | |

/// \brief Compares each of the corresponding scalar double-precision values of | |

/// two 128-bit vectors of [2 x double], using the operation specified by the | |

/// immediate integer operand. | |

/// | |

/// If the result is true, all 64 bits of the destination vector are set; | |

/// otherwise they are cleared. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128d _mm_cmp_sd(__m128d a, __m128d b, const int c); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param a | |

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

/// \param b | |

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

/// \param c | |

/// An immediate integer operand, with bits [4:0] specifying which comparison | |

/// operation to use: \n | |

/// 0x00 : Equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x01 : Less-than (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x02 : Less-than-or-equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x03 : Unordered (non-signaling) | |

/// 0x04 : Not-equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x05 : Not-less-than (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x06 : Not-less-than-or-equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x07 : Ordered (non-signaling) | |

/// 0x08 : Equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x09 : Not-greater-than-or-equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0a : Not-greater-than (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0b : False (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x0c : Not-equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x0d : Greater-than-or-equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0e : Greater-than (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0f : True (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x10 : Equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x11 : Less-than (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x12 : Less-than-or-equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x13 : Unordered (signaling) | |

/// 0x14 : Not-equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x15 : Not-less-than (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x16 : Not-less-than-or-equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x17 : Ordered (signaling) | |

/// 0x18 : Equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x19 : Not-greater-than-or-equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1a : Not-greater-than (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1b : False (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x1c : Not-equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x1d : Greater-than-or-equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1e : Greater-than (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1f : True (unordered, signaling) | |

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

#define _mm_cmp_sd(a, b, c) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m128d)__builtin_ia32_cmpsd((__v2df)(__m128d)(a), \ | |

(__v2df)(__m128d)(b), (c)); }) | |

/// \brief Compares each of the corresponding scalar values of two 128-bit | |

/// vectors of [4 x float], using the operation specified by the immediate | |

/// integer operand. | |

/// | |

/// If the result is true, all 32 bits of the destination vector are set; | |

/// otherwise they are cleared. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \code | |

/// __m128 _mm_cmp_ss(__m128 a, __m128 b, const int c); | |

/// \endcode | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param a | |

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

/// \param b | |

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

/// \param c | |

/// An immediate integer operand, with bits [4:0] specifying which comparison | |

/// operation to use: \n | |

/// 0x00 : Equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x01 : Less-than (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x02 : Less-than-or-equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x03 : Unordered (non-signaling) | |

/// 0x04 : Not-equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x05 : Not-less-than (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x06 : Not-less-than-or-equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x07 : Ordered (non-signaling) | |

/// 0x08 : Equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x09 : Not-greater-than-or-equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0a : Not-greater-than (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0b : False (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x0c : Not-equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x0d : Greater-than-or-equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0e : Greater-than (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x0f : True (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x10 : Equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x11 : Less-than (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x12 : Less-than-or-equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x13 : Unordered (signaling) | |

/// 0x14 : Not-equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x15 : Not-less-than (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x16 : Not-less-than-or-equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x17 : Ordered (signaling) | |

/// 0x18 : Equal (unordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x19 : Not-greater-than-or-equal (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1a : Not-greater-than (unordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1b : False (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x1c : Not-equal (ordered, signaling) | |

/// 0x1d : Greater-than-or-equal (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1e : Greater-than (ordered, non-signaling) | |

/// 0x1f : True (unordered, signaling) | |

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

#define _mm_cmp_ss(a, b, c) __extension__ ({ \ | |

(__m128)__builtin_ia32_cmpss((__v4sf)(__m128)(a), \ | |

(__v4sf)(__m128)(b), (c)); }) | |

/// \brief Takes a [8 x i32] vector and returns the vector element value | |

/// indexed by the immediate constant operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VEXTRACTF128+COMPOSITE </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x i32]. | |

/// \param __imm | |

/// An immediate integer operand with bits [2:0] determining which vector | |

/// element is extracted and returned. | |

/// \returns A 32-bit integer containing the extracted 32 bits of extended | |

/// packed data. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_extract_epi32(__m256i __a, const int __imm) | |

{ | |

__v8si __b = (__v8si)__a; | |

return __b[__imm & 7]; | |

} | |

/// \brief Takes a [16 x i16] vector and returns the vector element value | |

/// indexed by the immediate constant operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VEXTRACTF128+COMPOSITE </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector of [16 x i16]. | |

/// \param __imm | |

/// An immediate integer operand with bits [3:0] determining which vector | |

/// element is extracted and returned. | |

/// \returns A 32-bit integer containing the extracted 16 bits of zero extended | |

/// packed data. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_extract_epi16(__m256i __a, const int __imm) | |

{ | |

__v16hi __b = (__v16hi)__a; | |

return (unsigned short)__b[__imm & 15]; | |

} | |

/// \brief Takes a [32 x i8] vector and returns the vector element value | |

/// indexed by the immediate constant operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VEXTRACTF128+COMPOSITE </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector of [32 x i8]. | |

/// \param __imm | |

/// An immediate integer operand with bits [4:0] determining which vector | |

/// element is extracted and returned. | |

/// \returns A 32-bit integer containing the extracted 8 bits of zero extended | |

/// packed data. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_extract_epi8(__m256i __a, const int __imm) | |

{ | |

__v32qi __b = (__v32qi)__a; | |

return (unsigned char)__b[__imm & 31]; | |

} | |

#ifdef __x86_64__ | |

/// \brief Takes a [4 x i64] vector and returns the vector element value | |

/// indexed by the immediate constant operand. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VEXTRACTF128+COMPOSITE </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector of [4 x i64]. | |

/// \param __imm | |

/// An immediate integer operand with bits [1:0] determining which vector | |

/// element is extracted and returned. | |

/// \returns A 64-bit integer containing the extracted 64 bits of extended | |

/// packed data. | |

static __inline long long __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_extract_epi64(__m256i __a, const int __imm) | |

{ | |

__v4di __b = (__v4di)__a; | |

return __b[__imm & 3]; | |

} | |

#endif | |

/// \brief Takes a [8 x i32] vector and replaces the vector element value | |

/// indexed by the immediate constant operand by a new value. Returns the | |

/// modified vector. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VINSERTF128+COMPOSITE </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A vector of [8 x i32] to be used by the insert operation. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// An integer value. The replacement value for the insert operation. | |

/// \param __imm | |

/// An immediate integer specifying the index of the vector element to be | |

/// replaced. | |

/// \returns A copy of vector \a __a, after replacing its element indexed by | |

/// \a __imm with \a __b. | |

static __inline __m256i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_insert_epi32(__m256i __a, int __b, int const __imm) | |

{ | |

__v8si __c = (__v8si)__a; | |

__c[__imm & 7] = __b; | |

return (__m256i)__c; | |

} | |

/// \brief Takes a [16 x i16] vector and replaces the vector element value | |

/// indexed by the immediate constant operand with a new value. Returns the | |

/// modified vector. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VINSERTF128+COMPOSITE </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A vector of [16 x i16] to be used by the insert operation. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// An i16 integer value. The replacement value for the insert operation. | |

/// \param __imm | |

/// An immediate integer specifying the index of the vector element to be | |

/// replaced. | |

/// \returns A copy of vector \a __a, after replacing its element indexed by | |

/// \a __imm with \a __b. | |

static __inline __m256i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_insert_epi16(__m256i __a, int __b, int const __imm) | |

{ | |

__v16hi __c = (__v16hi)__a; | |

__c[__imm & 15] = __b; | |

return (__m256i)__c; | |

} | |

/// \brief Takes a [32 x i8] vector and replaces the vector element value | |

/// indexed by the immediate constant operand with a new value. Returns the | |

/// modified vector. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VINSERTF128+COMPOSITE </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A vector of [32 x i8] to be used by the insert operation. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// An i8 integer value. The replacement value for the insert operation. | |

/// \param __imm | |

/// An immediate integer specifying the index of the vector element to be | |

/// replaced. | |

/// \returns A copy of vector \a __a, after replacing its element indexed by | |

/// \a __imm with \a __b. | |

static __inline __m256i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_insert_epi8(__m256i __a, int __b, int const __imm) | |

{ | |

__v32qi __c = (__v32qi)__a; | |

__c[__imm & 31] = __b; | |

return (__m256i)__c; | |

} | |

#ifdef __x86_64__ | |

/// \brief Takes a [4 x i64] vector and replaces the vector element value | |

/// indexed by the immediate constant operand with a new value. Returns the | |

/// modified vector. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VINSERTF128+COMPOSITE </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A vector of [4 x i64] to be used by the insert operation. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 64-bit integer value. The replacement value for the insert operation. | |

/// \param __imm | |

/// An immediate integer specifying the index of the vector element to be | |

/// replaced. | |

/// \returns A copy of vector \a __a, after replacing its element indexed by | |

/// \a __imm with \a __b. | |

static __inline __m256i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_insert_epi64(__m256i __a, long long __b, int const __imm) | |

{ | |

__v4di __c = (__v4di)__a; | |

__c[__imm & 3] = __b; | |

return (__m256i)__c; | |

} | |

#endif | |

/* Conversion */ | |

/// \brief Converts a vector of [4 x i32] into a vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VCVTDQ2PD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

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

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the converted values. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_cvtepi32_pd(__m128i __a) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)__builtin_convertvector((__v4si)__a, __v4df); | |

} | |

/// \brief Converts a vector of [8 x i32] into a vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VCVTDQ2PS </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the converted values. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_cvtepi32_ps(__m256i __a) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)__builtin_ia32_cvtdq2ps256((__v8si) __a); | |

} | |

/// \brief Converts a 256-bit vector of [4 x double] into a 128-bit vector of | |

/// [4 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VCVTPD2PS </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

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

static __inline __m128 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_cvtpd_ps(__m256d __a) | |

{ | |

return (__m128)__builtin_ia32_cvtpd2ps256((__v4df) __a); | |

} | |

/// \brief Converts a vector of [8 x float] into a vector of [8 x i32]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VCVTPS2DQ </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit integer vector containing the converted values. | |

static __inline __m256i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_cvtps_epi32(__m256 __a) | |

{ | |

return (__m256i)__builtin_ia32_cvtps2dq256((__v8sf) __a); | |

} | |

/// \brief Converts a 128-bit vector of [4 x float] into a 256-bit vector of [4 | |

/// x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VCVTPS2PD </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

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

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the converted values. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_cvtps_pd(__m128 __a) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)__builtin_convertvector((__v4sf)__a, __v4df); | |

} | |

/// \brief Converts a 256-bit vector of [4 x double] into a 128-bit vector of [4 | |

/// x i32], truncating the result by rounding towards zero when it is | |

/// inexact. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VCVTTPD2DQ </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

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

static __inline __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_cvttpd_epi32(__m256d __a) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i)__builtin_ia32_cvttpd2dq256((__v4df) __a); | |

} | |

/// \brief Converts a 256-bit vector of [4 x double] into a 128-bit vector of [4 | |

/// x i32]. When a conversion is inexact, the value returned is rounded | |

/// according to the rounding control bits in the MXCSR register. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VCVTPD2DQ </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

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

static __inline __m128i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_cvtpd_epi32(__m256d __a) | |

{ | |

return (__m128i)__builtin_ia32_cvtpd2dq256((__v4df) __a); | |

} | |

/// \brief Converts a vector of [8 x float] into a vector of [8 x i32], | |

/// truncating the result by rounding towards zero when it is inexact. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VCVTTPS2DQ </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit integer vector containing the converted values. | |

static __inline __m256i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_cvttps_epi32(__m256 __a) | |

{ | |

return (__m256i)__builtin_ia32_cvttps2dq256((__v8sf) __a); | |

} | |

/// \brief Returns the first element of the input vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic is a utility function and does not correspond to a specific | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \returns A 64 bit double containing the first element of the input vector. | |

static __inline double __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_cvtsd_f64(__m256d __a) | |

{ | |

return __a[0]; | |

} | |

/// \brief Returns the first element of the input vector of [8 x i32]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic is a utility function and does not correspond to a specific | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x i32]. | |

/// \returns A 32 bit integer containing the first element of the input vector. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_cvtsi256_si32(__m256i __a) | |

{ | |

__v8si __b = (__v8si)__a; | |

return __b[0]; | |

} | |

/// \brief Returns the first element of the input vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic is a utility function and does not correspond to a specific | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \returns A 32 bit float containing the first element of the input vector. | |

static __inline float __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_cvtss_f32(__m256 __a) | |

{ | |

return __a[0]; | |

} | |

/* Vector replicate */ | |

/// \brief Moves and duplicates high-order (odd-indexed) values from a 256-bit | |

/// vector of [8 x float] to float values in a 256-bit vector of | |

/// [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. \n | |

/// Bits [255:224] of \a __a are written to bits [255:224] and [223:192] of | |

/// the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [191:160] of \a __a are written to bits [191:160] and [159:128] of | |

/// the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [127:96] of \a __a are written to bits [127:96] and [95:64] of the | |

/// return value. \n | |

/// Bits [63:32] of \a __a are written to bits [63:32] and [31:0] of the | |

/// return value. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the moved and duplicated | |

/// values. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_movehdup_ps(__m256 __a) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_shufflevector((__v8sf)__a, (__v8sf)__a, 1, 1, 3, 3, 5, 5, 7, 7); | |

} | |

/// \brief Moves and duplicates low-order (even-indexed) values from a 256-bit | |

/// vector of [8 x float] to float values in a 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. \n | |

/// Bits [223:192] of \a __a are written to bits [255:224] and [223:192] of | |

/// the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [159:128] of \a __a are written to bits [191:160] and [159:128] of | |

/// the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [95:64] of \a __a are written to bits [127:96] and [95:64] of the | |

/// return value. \n | |

/// Bits [31:0] of \a __a are written to bits [63:32] and [31:0] of the | |

/// return value. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the moved and duplicated | |

/// values. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_moveldup_ps(__m256 __a) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_shufflevector((__v8sf)__a, (__v8sf)__a, 0, 0, 2, 2, 4, 4, 6, 6); | |

} | |

/// \brief Moves and duplicates double-precision floating point values from a | |

/// 256-bit vector of [4 x double] to double-precision values in a 256-bit | |

/// vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. \n | |

/// Bits [63:0] of \a __a are written to bits [127:64] and [63:0] of the | |

/// return value. \n | |

/// Bits [191:128] of \a __a are written to bits [255:192] and [191:128] of | |

/// the return value. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the moved and | |

/// duplicated values. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_movedup_pd(__m256d __a) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_shufflevector((__v4df)__a, (__v4df)__a, 0, 0, 2, 2); | |

} | |

/* Unpack and Interleave */ | |

/// \brief Unpacks the odd-indexed vector elements from two 256-bit vectors of | |

/// [4 x double] and interleaves them into a 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit floating-point vector of [4 x double]. \n | |

/// Bits [127:64] are written to bits [63:0] of the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [255:192] are written to bits [191:128] of the return value. \n | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit floating-point vector of [4 x double]. \n | |

/// Bits [127:64] are written to bits [127:64] of the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [255:192] are written to bits [255:192] of the return value. \n | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the interleaved values. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_unpackhi_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_shufflevector((__v4df)__a, (__v4df)__b, 1, 5, 1+2, 5+2); | |

} | |

/// \brief Unpacks the even-indexed vector elements from two 256-bit vectors of | |

/// [4 x double] and interleaves them into a 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit floating-point vector of [4 x double]. \n | |

/// Bits [63:0] are written to bits [63:0] of the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [191:128] are written to bits [191:128] of the return value. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit floating-point vector of [4 x double]. \n | |

/// Bits [63:0] are written to bits [127:64] of the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [191:128] are written to bits [255:192] of the return value. \n | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the interleaved values. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_unpacklo_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_shufflevector((__v4df)__a, (__v4df)__b, 0, 4, 0+2, 4+2); | |

} | |

/// \brief Unpacks the 32-bit vector elements 2, 3, 6 and 7 from each of the | |

/// two 256-bit vectors of [8 x float] and interleaves them into a 256-bit | |

/// vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. \n | |

/// Bits [95:64] are written to bits [31:0] of the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [127:96] are written to bits [95:64] of the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [223:192] are written to bits [159:128] of the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [255:224] are written to bits [223:192] of the return value. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. \n | |

/// Bits [95:64] are written to bits [63:32] of the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [127:96] are written to bits [127:96] of the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [223:192] are written to bits [191:160] of the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [255:224] are written to bits [255:224] of the return value. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the interleaved values. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_unpackhi_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_shufflevector((__v8sf)__a, (__v8sf)__b, 2, 10, 2+1, 10+1, 6, 14, 6+1, 14+1); | |

} | |

/// \brief Unpacks the 32-bit vector elements 0, 1, 4 and 5 from each of the | |

/// two 256-bit vectors of [8 x float] and interleaves them into a 256-bit | |

/// vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. \n | |

/// Bits [31:0] are written to bits [31:0] of the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [63:32] are written to bits [95:64] of the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [159:128] are written to bits [159:128] of the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [191:160] are written to bits [223:192] of the return value. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. \n | |

/// Bits [31:0] are written to bits [63:32] of the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [63:32] are written to bits [127:96] of the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [159:128] are written to bits [191:160] of the return value. \n | |

/// Bits [191:160] are written to bits [255:224] of the return value. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the interleaved values. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_unpacklo_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_shufflevector((__v8sf)__a, (__v8sf)__b, 0, 8, 0+1, 8+1, 4, 12, 4+1, 12+1); | |

} | |

/* Bit Test */ | |

/// \brief Given two 128-bit floating-point vectors of [2 x double], perform an | |

/// element-by-element comparison of the double-precision element in the | |

/// first source vector and the corresponding element in the second source | |

/// vector. | |

/// | |

/// The EFLAGS register is updated as follows: \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of double-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bits of both elements are 1, the ZF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the | |

/// ZF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of double-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bit of the first element is 0 and the sign-bit of the second element | |

/// is 1, the CF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the CF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// This intrinsic returns the value of the ZF flag. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

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

/// \param __b | |

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

/// \returns the ZF flag in the EFLAGS register. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_testz_pd(__m128d __a, __m128d __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_vtestzpd((__v2df)__a, (__v2df)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Given two 128-bit floating-point vectors of [2 x double], perform an | |

/// element-by-element comparison of the double-precision element in the | |

/// first source vector and the corresponding element in the second source | |

/// vector. | |

/// | |

/// The EFLAGS register is updated as follows: \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of double-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bits of both elements are 1, the ZF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the | |

/// ZF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of double-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bit of the first element is 0 and the sign-bit of the second element | |

/// is 1, the CF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the CF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// This intrinsic returns the value of the CF flag. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

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

/// \param __b | |

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

/// \returns the CF flag in the EFLAGS register. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_testc_pd(__m128d __a, __m128d __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_vtestcpd((__v2df)__a, (__v2df)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Given two 128-bit floating-point vectors of [2 x double], perform an | |

/// element-by-element comparison of the double-precision element in the | |

/// first source vector and the corresponding element in the second source | |

/// vector. | |

/// | |

/// The EFLAGS register is updated as follows: \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of double-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bits of both elements are 1, the ZF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the | |

/// ZF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of double-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bit of the first element is 0 and the sign-bit of the second element | |

/// is 1, the CF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the CF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// This intrinsic returns 1 if both the ZF and CF flags are set to 0, | |

/// otherwise it returns 0. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

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

/// \param __b | |

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

/// \returns 1 if both the ZF and CF flags are set to 0, otherwise returns 0. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_testnzc_pd(__m128d __a, __m128d __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_vtestnzcpd((__v2df)__a, (__v2df)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Given two 128-bit floating-point vectors of [4 x float], perform an | |

/// element-by-element comparison of the single-precision element in the | |

/// first source vector and the corresponding element in the second source | |

/// vector. | |

/// | |

/// The EFLAGS register is updated as follows: \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of single-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bits of both elements are 1, the ZF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the | |

/// ZF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of single-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bit of the first element is 0 and the sign-bit of the second element | |

/// is 1, the CF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the CF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// This intrinsic returns the value of the ZF flag. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

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

/// \param __b | |

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

/// \returns the ZF flag. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_testz_ps(__m128 __a, __m128 __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_vtestzps((__v4sf)__a, (__v4sf)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Given two 128-bit floating-point vectors of [4 x float], perform an | |

/// element-by-element comparison of the single-precision element in the | |

/// first source vector and the corresponding element in the second source | |

/// vector. | |

/// | |

/// The EFLAGS register is updated as follows: \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of single-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bits of both elements are 1, the ZF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the | |

/// ZF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of single-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bit of the first element is 0 and the sign-bit of the second element | |

/// is 1, the CF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the CF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// This intrinsic returns the value of the CF flag. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

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

/// \param __b | |

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

/// \returns the CF flag. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_testc_ps(__m128 __a, __m128 __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_vtestcps((__v4sf)__a, (__v4sf)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Given two 128-bit floating-point vectors of [4 x float], perform an | |

/// element-by-element comparison of the single-precision element in the | |

/// first source vector and the corresponding element in the second source | |

/// vector. | |

/// | |

/// The EFLAGS register is updated as follows: \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of single-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bits of both elements are 1, the ZF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the | |

/// ZF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of single-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bit of the first element is 0 and the sign-bit of the second element | |

/// is 1, the CF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the CF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// This intrinsic returns 1 if both the ZF and CF flags are set to 0, | |

/// otherwise it returns 0. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

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

/// \param __b | |

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

/// \returns 1 if both the ZF and CF flags are set to 0, otherwise returns 0. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_testnzc_ps(__m128 __a, __m128 __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_vtestnzcps((__v4sf)__a, (__v4sf)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Given two 256-bit floating-point vectors of [4 x double], perform an | |

/// element-by-element comparison of the double-precision elements in the | |

/// first source vector and the corresponding elements in the second source | |

/// vector. | |

/// | |

/// The EFLAGS register is updated as follows: \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of double-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bits of both elements are 1, the ZF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the | |

/// ZF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of double-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bit of the first element is 0 and the sign-bit of the second element | |

/// is 1, the CF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the CF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// This intrinsic returns the value of the ZF flag. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \returns the ZF flag. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_testz_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_vtestzpd256((__v4df)__a, (__v4df)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Given two 256-bit floating-point vectors of [4 x double], perform an | |

/// element-by-element comparison of the double-precision elements in the | |

/// first source vector and the corresponding elements in the second source | |

/// vector. | |

/// | |

/// The EFLAGS register is updated as follows: \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of double-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bits of both elements are 1, the ZF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the | |

/// ZF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of double-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bit of the first element is 0 and the sign-bit of the second element | |

/// is 1, the CF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the CF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// This intrinsic returns the value of the CF flag. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \returns the CF flag. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_testc_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_vtestcpd256((__v4df)__a, (__v4df)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Given two 256-bit floating-point vectors of [4 x double], perform an | |

/// element-by-element comparison of the double-precision elements in the | |

/// first source vector and the corresponding elements in the second source | |

/// vector. | |

/// | |

/// The EFLAGS register is updated as follows: \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of double-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bits of both elements are 1, the ZF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the | |

/// ZF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of double-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bit of the first element is 0 and the sign-bit of the second element | |

/// is 1, the CF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the CF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// This intrinsic returns 1 if both the ZF and CF flags are set to 0, | |

/// otherwise it returns 0. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// \returns 1 if both the ZF and CF flags are set to 0, otherwise returns 0. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_testnzc_pd(__m256d __a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_vtestnzcpd256((__v4df)__a, (__v4df)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Given two 256-bit floating-point vectors of [8 x float], perform an | |

/// element-by-element comparison of the single-precision element in the | |

/// first source vector and the corresponding element in the second source | |

/// vector. | |

/// | |

/// The EFLAGS register is updated as follows: \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of single-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bits of both elements are 1, the ZF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the | |

/// ZF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of single-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bit of the first element is 0 and the sign-bit of the second element | |

/// is 1, the CF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the CF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// This intrinsic returns the value of the ZF flag. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \returns the ZF flag. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_testz_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_vtestzps256((__v8sf)__a, (__v8sf)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Given two 256-bit floating-point vectors of [8 x float], perform an | |

/// element-by-element comparison of the single-precision element in the | |

/// first source vector and the corresponding element in the second source | |

/// vector. | |

/// | |

/// The EFLAGS register is updated as follows: \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of single-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bits of both elements are 1, the ZF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the | |

/// ZF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of single-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bit of the first element is 0 and the sign-bit of the second element | |

/// is 1, the CF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the CF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// This intrinsic returns the value of the CF flag. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \returns the CF flag. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_testc_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_vtestcps256((__v8sf)__a, (__v8sf)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Given two 256-bit floating-point vectors of [8 x float], perform an | |

/// element-by-element comparison of the single-precision elements in the | |

/// first source vector and the corresponding elements in the second source | |

/// vector. | |

/// | |

/// The EFLAGS register is updated as follows: \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of single-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bits of both elements are 1, the ZF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the | |

/// ZF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of single-precision elements where the | |

/// sign-bit of the first element is 0 and the sign-bit of the second element | |

/// is 1, the CF flag is set to 0. Otherwise the CF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// This intrinsic returns 1 if both the ZF and CF flags are set to 0, | |

/// otherwise it returns 0. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// \returns 1 if both the ZF and CF flags are set to 0, otherwise returns 0. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_testnzc_ps(__m256 __a, __m256 __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_vtestnzcps256((__v8sf)__a, (__v8sf)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Given two 256-bit integer vectors, perform a bit-by-bit comparison | |

/// of the two source vectors. | |

/// | |

/// The EFLAGS register is updated as follows: \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of bits where both bits are 1, the ZF flag | |

/// is set to 0. Otherwise the ZF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of bits where the bit from the first source | |

/// vector is 0 and the bit from the second source vector is 1, the CF flag | |

/// is set to 0. Otherwise the CF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// This intrinsic returns the value of the ZF flag. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector. | |

/// \returns the ZF flag. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_testz_si256(__m256i __a, __m256i __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_ptestz256((__v4di)__a, (__v4di)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Given two 256-bit integer vectors, perform a bit-by-bit comparison | |

/// of the two source vectors. | |

/// | |

/// The EFLAGS register is updated as follows: \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of bits where both bits are 1, the ZF flag | |

/// is set to 0. Otherwise the ZF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of bits where the bit from the first source | |

/// vector is 0 and the bit from the second source vector is 1, the CF flag | |

/// is set to 0. Otherwise the CF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// This intrinsic returns the value of the CF flag. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector. | |

/// \returns the CF flag. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_testc_si256(__m256i __a, __m256i __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_ptestc256((__v4di)__a, (__v4di)__b); | |

} | |

/// \brief Given two 256-bit integer vectors, perform a bit-by-bit comparison | |

/// of the two source vectors. | |

/// | |

/// The EFLAGS register is updated as follows: \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of bits where both bits are 1, the ZF flag | |

/// is set to 0. Otherwise the ZF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// If there is at least one pair of bits where the bit from the first source | |

/// vector is 0 and the bit from the second source vector is 1, the CF flag | |

/// is set to 0. Otherwise the CF flag is set to 1. \n | |

/// This intrinsic returns 1 if both the ZF and CF flags are set to 0, | |

/// otherwise it returns 0. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector. | |

/// \returns 1 if both the ZF and CF flags are set to 0, otherwise returns 0. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_testnzc_si256(__m256i __a, __m256i __b) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_ptestnzc256((__v4di)__a, (__v4di)__b); | |

} | |

/* Vector extract sign mask */ | |

/// \brief Extracts the sign bits of double-precision floating point elements | |

/// in a 256-bit vector of [4 x double] and writes them to the lower order | |

/// bits of the return value. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the double-precision | |

/// floating point values with sign bits to be extracted. | |

/// \returns The sign bits from the operand, written to bits [3:0]. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_movemask_pd(__m256d __a) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_movmskpd256((__v4df)__a); | |

} | |

/// \brief Extracts the sign bits of double-precision floating point elements | |

/// in a 256-bit vector of [8 x float] and writes them to the lower order | |

/// bits of the return value. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the double-precision floating | |

/// point values with sign bits to be extracted. | |

/// \returns The sign bits from the operand, written to bits [7:0]. | |

static __inline int __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_movemask_ps(__m256 __a) | |

{ | |

return __builtin_ia32_movmskps256((__v8sf)__a); | |

} | |

/* Vector __zero */ | |

/// \brief Zeroes the contents of all XMM or YMM registers. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

static __inline void __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_zeroall(void) | |

{ | |

__builtin_ia32_vzeroall(); | |

} | |

/// \brief Zeroes the upper 128 bits (bits 255:128) of all YMM registers. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

static __inline void __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_zeroupper(void) | |

{ | |

__builtin_ia32_vzeroupper(); | |

} | |

/* Vector load with broadcast */ | |

/// \brief Loads a scalar single-precision floating point value from the | |

/// specified address pointed to by \a __a and broadcasts it to the elements | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// The single-precision floating point value to be broadcast. | |

/// \returns A 128-bit vector of [4 x float] whose 32-bit elements are set | |

/// equal to the broadcast value. | |

static __inline __m128 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_broadcast_ss(float const *__a) | |

{ | |

float __f = *__a; | |

return (__m128)(__v4sf){ __f, __f, __f, __f }; | |

} | |

/// \brief Loads a scalar double-precision floating point value from the | |

/// specified address pointed to by \a __a and broadcasts it to the elements | |

/// of a [4 x double] vector. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// The double-precision floating point value to be broadcast. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] whose 64-bit elements are set | |

/// equal to the broadcast value. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_broadcast_sd(double const *__a) | |

{ | |

double __d = *__a; | |

return (__m256d)(__v4df){ __d, __d, __d, __d }; | |

} | |

/// \brief Loads a scalar single-precision floating point value from the | |

/// specified address pointed to by \a __a and broadcasts it to the elements | |

/// of a [8 x float] vector. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// The single-precision floating point value to be broadcast. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] whose 32-bit elements are set | |

/// equal to the broadcast value. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_broadcast_ss(float const *__a) | |

{ | |

float __f = *__a; | |

return (__m256)(__v8sf){ __f, __f, __f, __f, __f, __f, __f, __f }; | |

} | |

/// \brief Loads the data from a 128-bit vector of [2 x double] from the | |

/// specified address pointed to by \a __a and broadcasts it to 128-bit | |

/// elements in a 256-bit vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VBROADCASTF128 </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// The 128-bit vector of [2 x double] to be broadcast. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] whose 128-bit elements are set | |

/// equal to the broadcast value. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_broadcast_pd(__m128d const *__a) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)__builtin_ia32_vbroadcastf128_pd256((__v2df const *)__a); | |

} | |

/// \brief Loads the data from a 128-bit vector of [4 x float] from the | |

/// specified address pointed to by \a __a and broadcasts it to 128-bit | |

/// elements in a 256-bit vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VBROADCASTF128 </c> instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// The 128-bit vector of [4 x float] to be broadcast. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] whose 128-bit elements are set | |

/// equal to the broadcast value. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_broadcast_ps(__m128 const *__a) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)__builtin_ia32_vbroadcastf128_ps256((__v4sf const *)__a); | |

} | |

/* SIMD load ops */ | |

/// \brief Loads 4 double-precision floating point values from a 32-byte aligned | |

/// memory location pointed to by \a __p into a vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A 32-byte aligned pointer to a memory location containing | |

/// double-precision floating point values. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the moved values. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_load_pd(double const *__p) | |

{ | |

return *(__m256d *)__p; | |

} | |

/// \brief Loads 8 single-precision floating point values from a 32-byte aligned | |

/// memory location pointed to by \a __p into a vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A 32-byte aligned pointer to a memory location containing float values. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the moved values. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_load_ps(float const *__p) | |

{ | |

return *(__m256 *)__p; | |

} | |

/// \brief Loads 4 double-precision floating point values from an unaligned | |

/// memory location pointed to by \a __p into a vector of [4 x double]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A pointer to a memory location containing double-precision floating | |

/// point values. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the moved values. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_loadu_pd(double const *__p) | |

{ | |

struct __loadu_pd { | |

__m256d __v; | |

} __attribute__((__packed__, __may_alias__)); | |

return ((struct __loadu_pd*)__p)->__v; | |

} | |

/// \brief Loads 8 single-precision floating point values from an unaligned | |

/// memory location pointed to by \a __p into a vector of [8 x float]. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A pointer to a memory location containing single-precision floating | |

/// point values. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the moved values. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_loadu_ps(float const *__p) | |

{ | |

struct __loadu_ps { | |

__m256 __v; | |

} __attribute__((__packed__, __may_alias__)); | |

return ((struct __loadu_ps*)__p)->__v; | |

} | |

/// \brief Loads 256 bits of integer data from a 32-byte aligned memory | |

/// location pointed to by \a __p into elements of a 256-bit integer vector. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A 32-byte aligned pointer to a 256-bit integer vector containing integer | |

/// values. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit integer vector containing the moved values. | |

static __inline __m256i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_load_si256(__m256i const *__p) | |

{ | |

return *__p; | |

} | |

/// \brief Loads 256 bits of integer data from an unaligned memory location | |

/// pointed to by \a __p into a 256-bit integer vector. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A pointer to a 256-bit integer vector containing integer values. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit integer vector containing the moved values. | |

static __inline __m256i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_loadu_si256(__m256i const *__p) | |

{ | |

struct __loadu_si256 { | |

__m256i __v; | |

} __attribute__((__packed__, __may_alias__)); | |

return ((struct __loadu_si256*)__p)->__v; | |

} | |

/// \brief Loads 256 bits of integer data from an unaligned memory location | |

/// pointed to by \a __p into a 256-bit integer vector. This intrinsic may | |

/// perform better than \c _mm256_loadu_si256 when the data crosses a cache | |

/// line boundary. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A pointer to a 256-bit integer vector containing integer values. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit integer vector containing the moved values. | |

static __inline __m256i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_lddqu_si256(__m256i const *__p) | |

{ | |

return (__m256i)__builtin_ia32_lddqu256((char const *)__p); | |

} | |

/* SIMD store ops */ | |

/// \brief Stores double-precision floating point values from a 256-bit vector | |

/// of [4 x double] to a 32-byte aligned memory location pointed to by | |

/// \a __p. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A 32-byte aligned pointer to a memory location that will receive the | |

/// double-precision floaing point values. | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the values to be moved. | |

static __inline void __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_store_pd(double *__p, __m256d __a) | |

{ | |

*(__m256d *)__p = __a; | |

} | |

/// \brief Stores single-precision floating point values from a 256-bit vector | |

/// of [8 x float] to a 32-byte aligned memory location pointed to by \a __p. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A 32-byte aligned pointer to a memory location that will receive the | |

/// float values. | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the values to be moved. | |

static __inline void __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_store_ps(float *__p, __m256 __a) | |

{ | |

*(__m256 *)__p = __a; | |

} | |

/// \brief Stores double-precision floating point values from a 256-bit vector | |

/// of [4 x double] to an unaligned memory location pointed to by \a __p. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A pointer to a memory location that will receive the double-precision | |

/// floating point values. | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the values to be moved. | |

static __inline void __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_storeu_pd(double *__p, __m256d __a) | |

{ | |

struct __storeu_pd { | |

__m256d __v; | |

} __attribute__((__packed__, __may_alias__)); | |

((struct __storeu_pd*)__p)->__v = __a; | |

} | |

/// \brief Stores single-precision floating point values from a 256-bit vector | |

/// of [8 x float] to an unaligned memory location pointed to by \a __p. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A pointer to a memory location that will receive the float values. | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the values to be moved. | |

static __inline void __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_storeu_ps(float *__p, __m256 __a) | |

{ | |

struct __storeu_ps { | |

__m256 __v; | |

} __attribute__((__packed__, __may_alias__)); | |

((struct __storeu_ps*)__p)->__v = __a; | |

} | |

/// \brief Stores integer values from a 256-bit integer vector to a 32-byte | |

/// aligned memory location pointed to by \a __p. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A 32-byte aligned pointer to a memory location that will receive the | |

/// integer values. | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector containing the values to be moved. | |

static __inline void __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_store_si256(__m256i *__p, __m256i __a) | |

{ | |

*__p = __a; | |

} | |

/// \brief Stores integer values from a 256-bit integer vector to an unaligned | |

/// memory location pointed to by \a __p. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A pointer to a memory location that will receive the integer values. | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector containing the values to be moved. | |

static __inline void __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_storeu_si256(__m256i *__p, __m256i __a) | |

{ | |

struct __storeu_si256 { | |

__m256i __v; | |

} __attribute__((__packed__, __may_alias__)); | |

((struct __storeu_si256*)__p)->__v = __a; | |

} | |

/* Conditional load ops */ | |

/// \brief Conditionally loads double-precision floating point elements from a | |

/// memory location pointed to by \a __p into a 128-bit vector of | |

/// [2 x double], depending on the mask bits associated with each data | |

/// element. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A pointer to a memory location that contains the double-precision | |

/// floating point values. | |

/// \param __m | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing the mask. The most significant bit of | |

/// each data element represents the mask bits. If a mask bit is zero, the | |

/// corresponding value in the memory location is not loaded and the | |

/// corresponding field in the return value is set to zero. | |

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

static __inline __m128d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_maskload_pd(double const *__p, __m128i __m) | |

{ | |

return (__m128d)__builtin_ia32_maskloadpd((const __v2df *)__p, (__v2di)__m); | |

} | |

/// \brief Conditionally loads double-precision floating point elements from a | |

/// memory location pointed to by \a __p into a 256-bit vector of | |

/// [4 x double], depending on the mask bits associated with each data | |

/// element. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A pointer to a memory location that contains the double-precision | |

/// floating point values. | |

/// \param __m | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector of [4 x quadword] containing the mask. The most | |

/// significant bit of each quadword element represents the mask bits. If a | |

/// mask bit is zero, the corresponding value in the memory location is not | |

/// loaded and the corresponding field in the return value is set to zero. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the loaded values. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_maskload_pd(double const *__p, __m256i __m) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)__builtin_ia32_maskloadpd256((const __v4df *)__p, | |

(__v4di)__m); | |

} | |

/// \brief Conditionally loads single-precision floating point elements from a | |

/// memory location pointed to by \a __p into a 128-bit vector of | |

/// [4 x float], depending on the mask bits associated with each data | |

/// element. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A pointer to a memory location that contains the single-precision | |

/// floating point values. | |

/// \param __m | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing the mask. The most significant bit of | |

/// each data element represents the mask bits. If a mask bit is zero, the | |

/// corresponding value in the memory location is not loaded and the | |

/// corresponding field in the return value is set to zero. | |

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

static __inline __m128 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_maskload_ps(float const *__p, __m128i __m) | |

{ | |

return (__m128)__builtin_ia32_maskloadps((const __v4sf *)__p, (__v4si)__m); | |

} | |

/// \brief Conditionally loads single-precision floating point elements from a | |

/// memory location pointed to by \a __p into a 256-bit vector of | |

/// [8 x float], depending on the mask bits associated with each data | |

/// element. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A pointer to a memory location that contains the single-precision | |

/// floating point values. | |

/// \param __m | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector of [8 x dword] containing the mask. The most | |

/// significant bit of each dword element represents the mask bits. If a mask | |

/// bit is zero, the corresponding value in the memory location is not loaded | |

/// and the corresponding field in the return value is set to zero. | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the loaded values. | |

static __inline __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_maskload_ps(float const *__p, __m256i __m) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)__builtin_ia32_maskloadps256((const __v8sf *)__p, (__v8si)__m); | |

} | |

/* Conditional store ops */ | |

/// \brief Moves single-precision floating point values from a 256-bit vector | |

/// of [8 x float] to a memory location pointed to by \a __p, according to | |

/// the specified mask. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A pointer to a memory location that will receive the float values. | |

/// \param __m | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector of [8 x dword] containing the mask. The most | |

/// significant bit of each dword element in the mask vector represents the | |

/// mask bits. If a mask bit is zero, the corresponding value from vector | |

/// \a __a is not stored and the corresponding field in the memory location | |

/// pointed to by \a __p is not changed. | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the values to be stored. | |

static __inline void __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_maskstore_ps(float *__p, __m256i __m, __m256 __a) | |

{ | |

__builtin_ia32_maskstoreps256((__v8sf *)__p, (__v8si)__m, (__v8sf)__a); | |

} | |

/// \brief Moves double-precision values from a 128-bit vector of [2 x double] | |

/// to a memory location pointed to by \a __p, according to the specified | |

/// mask. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A pointer to a memory location that will receive the float values. | |

/// \param __m | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing the mask. The most significant bit of | |

/// each field in the mask vector represents the mask bits. If a mask bit is | |

/// zero, the corresponding value from vector \a __a is not stored and the | |

/// corresponding field in the memory location pointed to by \a __p is not | |

/// changed. | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [2 x double] containing the values to be stored. | |

static __inline void __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_maskstore_pd(double *__p, __m128i __m, __m128d __a) | |

{ | |

__builtin_ia32_maskstorepd((__v2df *)__p, (__v2di)__m, (__v2df)__a); | |

} | |

/// \brief Moves double-precision values from a 256-bit vector of [4 x double] | |

/// to a memory location pointed to by \a __p, according to the specified | |

/// mask. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A pointer to a memory location that will receive the float values. | |

/// \param __m | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector of [4 x quadword] containing the mask. The most | |

/// significant bit of each quadword element in the mask vector represents | |

/// the mask bits. If a mask bit is zero, the corresponding value from vector | |

/// __a is not stored and the corresponding field in the memory location | |

/// pointed to by \a __p is not changed. | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the values to be stored. | |

static __inline void __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_maskstore_pd(double *__p, __m256i __m, __m256d __a) | |

{ | |

__builtin_ia32_maskstorepd256((__v4df *)__p, (__v4di)__m, (__v4df)__a); | |

} | |

/// \brief Moves single-precision floating point values from a 128-bit vector | |

/// of [4 x float] to a memory location pointed to by \a __p, according to | |

/// the specified mask. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A pointer to a memory location that will receive the float values. | |

/// \param __m | |

/// A 128-bit integer vector containing the mask. The most significant bit of | |

/// each field in the mask vector represents the mask bits. If a mask bit is | |

/// zero, the corresponding value from vector __a is not stored and the | |

/// corresponding field in the memory location pointed to by \a __p is not | |

/// changed. | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 128-bit vector of [4 x float] containing the values to be stored. | |

static __inline void __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm_maskstore_ps(float *__p, __m128i __m, __m128 __a) | |

{ | |

__builtin_ia32_maskstoreps((__v4sf *)__p, (__v4si)__m, (__v4sf)__a); | |

} | |

/* Cacheability support ops */ | |

/// \brief Moves integer data from a 256-bit integer vector to a 32-byte | |

/// aligned memory location. To minimize caching, the data is flagged as | |

/// non-temporal (unlikely to be used again soon). | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A pointer to a 32-byte aligned memory location that will receive the | |

/// integer values. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit integer vector containing the values to be moved. | |

static __inline void __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_stream_si256(__m256i *__a, __m256i __b) | |

{ | |

typedef __v4di __v4di_aligned __attribute__((aligned(32))); | |

__builtin_nontemporal_store((__v4di_aligned)__b, (__v4di_aligned*)__a); | |

} | |

/// \brief Moves double-precision values from a 256-bit vector of [4 x double] | |

/// to a 32-byte aligned memory location. To minimize caching, the data is | |

/// flagged as non-temporal (unlikely to be used again soon). | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A pointer to a 32-byte aligned memory location that will receive the | |

/// double-precision floating-point values. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing the values to be moved. | |

static __inline void __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_stream_pd(double *__a, __m256d __b) | |

{ | |

typedef __v4df __v4df_aligned __attribute__((aligned(32))); | |

__builtin_nontemporal_store((__v4df_aligned)__b, (__v4df_aligned*)__a); | |

} | |

/// \brief Moves single-precision floating point values from a 256-bit vector | |

/// of [8 x float] to a 32-byte aligned memory location. To minimize | |

/// caching, the data is flagged as non-temporal (unlikely to be used again | |

/// soon). | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// \param __p | |

/// A pointer to a 32-byte aligned memory location that will receive the | |

/// single-precision floating point values. | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing the values to be moved. | |

static __inline void __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_stream_ps(float *__p, __m256 __a) | |

{ | |

typedef __v8sf __v8sf_aligned __attribute__((aligned(32))); | |

__builtin_nontemporal_store((__v8sf_aligned)__a, (__v8sf_aligned*)__p); | |

} | |

/* Create vectors */ | |

/// \brief Create a 256-bit vector of [4 x double] with undefined values. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic has no corresponding instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [4 x double] containing undefined values. | |

static __inline__ __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_undefined_pd(void) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d)__builtin_ia32_undef256(); | |

} | |

/// \brief Create a 256-bit vector of [8 x float] with undefined values. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic has no corresponding instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \returns A 256-bit vector of [8 x float] containing undefined values. | |

static __inline__ __m256 __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_undefined_ps(void) | |

{ | |

return (__m256)__builtin_ia32_undef256(); | |

} | |

/// \brief Create a 256-bit integer vector with undefined values. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic has no corresponding instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \returns A 256-bit integer vector containing undefined values. | |

static __inline__ __m256i __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_undefined_si256(void) | |

{ | |

return (__m256i)__builtin_ia32_undef256(); | |

} | |

/// \brief Constructs a 256-bit floating-point vector of [4 x double] | |

/// initialized with the specified double-precision floating-point values. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic corresponds to the <c> VUNPCKLPD+VINSERTF128 </c> | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A double-precision floating-point value used to initialize bits [255:192] | |

/// of the result. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A double-precision floating-point value used to initialize bits [191:128] | |

/// of the result. | |

/// \param __c | |

/// A double-precision floating-point value used to initialize bits [127:64] | |

/// of the result. | |

/// \param __d | |

/// A double-precision floating-point value used to initialize bits [63:0] | |

/// of the result. | |

/// \returns An initialized 256-bit floating-point vector of [4 x double]. | |

static __inline __m256d __DEFAULT_FN_ATTRS | |

_mm256_set_pd(double __a, double __b, double __c, double __d) | |

{ | |

return (__m256d){ __d, __c, __b, __a }; | |

} | |

/// \brief Constructs a 256-bit floating-point vector of [8 x float] initialized | |

/// with the specified single-precision floating-point values. | |

/// | |

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

/// | |

/// This intrinsic is a utility function and does not correspond to a specific | |

/// instruction. | |

/// | |

/// \param __a | |

/// A single-precision floating-point value used to initialize bits [255:224] | |

/// of the result. | |

/// \param __b | |

/// A single-precision floating-point value used to initialize bits [223:192] | |

/// of the result. | |

/// \param __c | |

/// A single-precision floating-point value used to initialize bits [191:160] | |

/// of the result. | |

/// \param __d | |