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``````/* double mpq_get_d (mpq_t src) -- Return the double approximation to SRC.

Copyright 1995, 1996, 2001, 2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

This file is part of the GNU MP Library.

The GNU MP Library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or (at your
option) any later version.

The GNU MP Library 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 Lesser General Public

You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public License
along with the GNU MP Library; see the file COPYING.LIB.  If not, write to
the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston,
MA 02111-1307, USA. */

#include "gmp.h"
#include "gmp-impl.h"
#include "longlong.h"

/* Algorithm:
1. Develop >= n bits of src.num / src.den, where n is the number of bits
in a double.  This (partial) division will use all bits from the
denominator.
2. Use the remainder to determine how to round the result.
3. Assign the integral result to a temporary double.
4. Scale the temporary double, and return the result.

An alternative algorithm, that would be faster:
0. Let n be somewhat larger than the number of significant bits in a double.
1. Extract the most significant n bits of the denominator, and an equal
number of bits from the numerator.
2. Interpret the extracted numbers as integers, call them a and b
respectively, and develop n bits of the fractions ((a + 1) / b) and
(a / (b + 1)) using mpn_divrem.
3. If the computed values are identical UP TO THE POSITION WE CARE ABOUT,
we are done.  If they are different, repeat the algorithm from step 1,
but first let n = n * 2.
4. If we end up using all bits from the numerator and denominator, fall
back to the first algorithm above.
5. Just to make life harder, The computation of a + 1 and b + 1 above
might give carry-out...  Needs special handling.  It might work to
subtract 1 in both cases instead.
*/

double
mpq_get_d (const MP_RAT *src)
{
mp_ptr np, dp;
mp_ptr rp;
mp_size_t nsize = src->_mp_num._mp_size;
mp_size_t dsize = src->_mp_den._mp_size;
mp_size_t qsize, rsize;
mp_size_t sign_quotient = nsize ^ dsize;
mp_limb_t qlimb;
#define N_QLIMBS (1 + (sizeof (double) + BYTES_PER_MP_LIMB-1) / BYTES_PER_MP_LIMB)
mp_limb_t qarr[N_QLIMBS + 1];
mp_ptr qp = qarr;
TMP_DECL (marker);

if (nsize == 0)
return 0.0;

TMP_MARK (marker);
nsize = ABS (nsize);
dsize = ABS (dsize);
np = src->_mp_num._mp_d;
dp = src->_mp_den._mp_d;

rsize = dsize + N_QLIMBS;
rp = (mp_ptr) TMP_ALLOC ((rsize + 1) * BYTES_PER_MP_LIMB);

/* Normalize the denominator, i.e. make its most significant bit set by
shifting it NORMALIZATION_STEPS bits to the left.  Also shift the
numerator the same number of steps (to keep the quotient the same!).  */
if ((dp[dsize - 1] & GMP_NUMB_HIGHBIT) == 0)
{
mp_ptr tp;
mp_limb_t nlimb;
unsigned normalization_steps;

normalization_steps -= GMP_NAIL_BITS;

/* Shift up the denominator setting the most significant bit of
the most significant limb.  Use temporary storage not to clobber
the original contents of the denominator.  */
tp = (mp_ptr) TMP_ALLOC (dsize * BYTES_PER_MP_LIMB);
mpn_lshift (tp, dp, dsize, normalization_steps);
dp = tp;

if (rsize > nsize)
{
MPN_ZERO (rp, rsize - nsize);
nlimb = mpn_lshift (rp + (rsize - nsize),
np, nsize, normalization_steps);
}
else
{
nlimb = mpn_lshift (rp, np + (nsize - rsize),
rsize, normalization_steps);
}
if (nlimb != 0)
{
rp[rsize] = nlimb;
rsize++;
}
}
else
{
if (rsize > nsize)
{
MPN_ZERO (rp, rsize - nsize);
MPN_COPY (rp + (rsize - nsize), np, nsize);
}
else
{
MPN_COPY (rp, np + (nsize - rsize), rsize);
}
}

qlimb = mpn_divmod (qp, rp, rsize, dp, dsize);
qsize = rsize - dsize;
if (qlimb)
{
qp[qsize] = qlimb;
qsize++;
}

{
double res;
mp_size_t i;
mp_size_t scale = nsize - dsize - N_QLIMBS;

#if defined (__vax__)
/* Ignore excess quotient limbs.  This is necessary on a vax
with its small double exponent, since we'd otherwise get
exponent overflow while forming RES.  */
if (qsize > N_QLIMBS)
{
qp += qsize - N_QLIMBS;
scale += qsize - N_QLIMBS;
qsize = N_QLIMBS;
}
#endif

res = qp[qsize - 1];
for (i = qsize - 2; i >= 0; i--)
res = res * MP_BASE_AS_DOUBLE + qp[i];

res = __gmp_scale2 (res, GMP_NUMB_BITS * scale);

TMP_FREE (marker);
return sign_quotient >= 0 ? res : -res;
}
}
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