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/*
Copyright © 2011 MLstate
This file is part of OPA.
OPA is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the
terms of the GNU Affero General Public License, version 3, as published by
the Free Software Foundation.
OPA is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY
WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU Affero General Public License for
more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License
along with OPA. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*/
/**
* This modules defines operations on integers, which are guaranteed to be at
* least 31 bits wide (including the sign bit)
*
* @category data
* @destination public
* @author Valentin Gatien-Baron, 2010 (documentation)
* @author Nicolas Pelletier, 2010
* @stability stable
**/
/**
* {1 About this module}
*
* {1 Where should I start?}
*
* {1 What if I need more?}
*/
/**
* {1 Types defined in this module}
*/
/**
* Order type label for int and float
*/
type Int.order = Order.default
type Float.order = Order.default
/**
* {1 Interface}
*/
Int = {{
/**
* {2 Numeric operations}
*/
/**
* The standard addition
*/
add = %% BslPervasives.int_add %% : int, int -> int
/**
* The standard subtracion
*/
sub = %% BslPervasives.int_sub %% : int, int -> int
/**
* The standard multiplication
*/
mul = %% BslPervasives.int_mul %% : int, int -> int
/**
* The standard quotient
*/
div = %% BslPervasives.int_div %% : int, int -> int
/**
* {2 Order}
*/
order = Order.make(ordering) : order(int, Int.order)
/**
* Compare two int
*/
compare_raw = %% BslPervasives.compare_int %%
ordering = %% BslNumber.Int.ordering %%
compare(x,y): Order.comparison =
@opensums(ordering(x,y))
`!=` = %% BslPervasives.int_cmp_neq %% : int, int -> bool
`==` = %% BslPervasives.int_cmp_eq %% : int, int -> bool
`<` = %% BslPervasives.int_cmp_lneq %% : int, int -> bool
`<=` = %% BslPervasives.int_cmp_leq %% : int, int -> bool
`>` = %% BslPervasives.int_cmp_gneq %% : int, int -> bool
`>=` = %% BslPervasives.int_cmp_geq %% : int, int -> bool
`+` = %% BslPervasives.int_add %%
`-` = %% BslPervasives.int_sub %%
`*` = %% BslPervasives.int_mul %%
`/` = %% BslPervasives.int_div %%
/**
* Check equality of two int
*/
equals = %% BslPervasives.int_cmp_eq %% : int, int -> bool
/**
* {2 Conversion functions}
*/
/**
* Returns the string representation of the integer
*/
to_string = String.of_int : int -> string
/**
* Parse a string as an int
* The usage of this function is discouraged, as it will exit with an error
* when the input is incorrect
* It should be used only in parsers, where you can be sure that the string is
* valid
*/
of_string = %% BslNumber.Int.of_string %% : string -> int
/**
* Converts a float to int
*/
of_float = %% BslNumber.Int.of_float %% : float -> int
/**
* Return the ascii value (later utf-8 value) of the first char of the string
*/
of_utf8 = %% bslPervasives.int_of_first_char %% : string -> int
/**
* Return the float representation of an integer
*/
to_float= Float.of_int
/**
* Convert the integer to its string representation in hexadecimal
*/
to_hex =
int_to_1hex(int) =
if int<10 then string_of_int(int)
else
match int:int with
| 10 -> "A"
| 11 -> "B"
| 12 -> "C"
| 13 -> "D"
| 14 -> "E"
| 15 -> "F"
| _ -> @fail
(i ->
rec aux(i, s) = if i > 0
then aux(i / 16, int_to_1hex(mod(i, 16))^s)
else s
aux(i, "")
) : int -> string
/**
*
**/
fold = (f, init, n ->
rec aux(i, acc) = if n == i then acc else aux(i + 1, f(acc, i))
aux(0, init)
) : ('a, int -> 'a), 'a, int -> 'a
/**
*
**/
repeat = (f,init,n ->
fold(acc, _index -> f(acc), init, n)
) : ('a -> 'a), 'a, int -> 'a
max(a:int, b:int) =
match compare_raw(a,b) with
| -1 -> b
| _ -> a
min(a:int, b:int) =
match compare_raw(a,b) with
| 1 -> b
| _ -> a
abs = %% BslNumber.Math.abs_i %% : int -> int
}}
Float =
{{
/** UNSAFE
* try to convert a string into another type
* if you want to do that, that should mean the string come from a parser
* but if this is the case, you probably already get the wanted type
* in case of the string is not a representation this type the function throw an error
*/
of_string= %% BslNumber.Float.of_string %%
of_int= %% BslNumber.Float.of_int %%
to_int = Int.of_float
to_string = String.of_float
to_formatted_string = %% BslNumber.Float.to_formatted_string %%
infinity = 1. / 0.
NaN = 0.0 / 0.0
abs = %% BslNumber.Math.abs_f %% : float -> float
equals = `==`
`<` = %% BslNumber.Float.lt%%
`>` = %% BslNumber.Float.gt%%
`!=` = %% BslNumber.Float.neq%%
`==` = %% BslNumber.Float.eq%%
`>=` = %% BslNumber.Float.geq%%
`<=` = %% BslNumber.Float.leq%%
compare_raw = %% Bslpervasives.compare_float %%
compare = %% BslNumber.Float.comparison %%
`+` = %% Bslpervasives.float_add %%
`-` = %% Bslpervasives.float_sub %%
`*` = %% Bslpervasives.float_mul %%
`/` = %% Bslpervasives.float_div %%
eq(a, b) =
if not(Math.is_normal(a) && Math.is_normal(b)) then
a == b
else
// we divide by zero only when a=0 and b=0, in which case v is NaN and eq(a,b) is true
v = abs(a - b) / max(abs(a), abs(b))
Math.is_NaN(v) || v < 0.000001
/**
* A total order on floating-point numbers
*
* Note: In this order, special number [NaN] ("not a number" is larger than the largest floating point number, but smaller than positive infinity)
*/
ordering(a:float,b:float): Order.ordering =
match compare_raw(a,b) with
| -1 -> {lt}
| 0 -> {eq}
| 1 -> {gt}
| _ -> @fail
order = Order.make(ordering) : order(float, Float.order)
ceil : float -> float = %% BslNumber.Float.ceil %%
floor : float -> float = %% BslNumber.Float.floor %%
round : float -> int = %% BslNumber.Float.round %%
max(a:float, b:float) =
match compare_raw(a,b) with
| -1 -> b
| _ -> a
min(a:float, b:float) =
match compare_raw(a,b) with
| 1 -> b
| _ -> a
}}
Bitwise = {{
/**
* {2 Bitwise operations}
*
* {b Warning}: Low-level operations with different semantics on the server
* and on the client. On the server, they work on 64-bits integers; on the
* client, they work on 32-bits integers.
*/
/**
* Bitwise logical and.
**/
land = %% BslNumber.Int.op_land %% : int, int -> int
/**
* Bitwise logical or.
**/
lor = %% BslNumber.Int.op_lor %% : int, int -> int
/**
* Bitwise logical xor.
**/
lxor = %% BslNumber.Int.op_lxor %% : int, int -> int
/**
* Bitwise logical negation.
**/
lnot = %% BslNumber.Int.op_lnot %% : int -> int
/**
* [n lsl m] shifts n to the left by m bits.
* The result is unspecified if [m < 0] or [m >= bitsize],
* where bitsize is 32 on a 32-bit platform and 64 on a 64-bit platform.
*
**/
lsl = %% BslNumber.Int.op_lsl %% : int, int -> int
/**
* [Bitwise.lsr(n, m)] shifts n to the right by m bits.
* This is a logical shift:
* zeroes are inserted regardless of the sign of n .
* The result is unspecified if [m < 0] or [m >= bitsize]
*
**/
lsr = %% BslNumber.Int.op_lsr %% : int, int -> int
/**
* [Bitwise.asr(n, m)] shifts n to the right by m bits.
* This is an arithmetic shift: the sign bit of n is replicated.
* The result is unspecified if [m < 0] or [m >= bitsize].
**/
asr = %% BslNumber.Int.op_asr %% : int, int -> int
}}
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