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/* Calculate division table for SH2..4 integer division
Contributed by Joern Rernnecke
joern.rennecke@superh.com */
#include
#include
int
main ()
{
int i, j;
double q, r, err, max_err = 0, max_s_err = 0;
puts("/* This table has been generated by divtab-sh4.c. */");
puts ("\t.balign 4");
puts ("LOCAL(div_table_clz):");
/* output some dummy number for 1/0. */
printf ("\t.byte\t%d\n", 0);
for (i = 1; i <= 128; i++)
{
int n = 0;
if (i == 128)
puts ("\
/* Lookup table translating positive divisor to index into table of\n\
normalized inverse. N.B. the '0' entry is also the last entry of the\n\
previous table, and causes an unaligned access for division by zero. */\n\
LOCAL(div_table_ix):");
for (j = i; j <= 128; j += j)
n++;
printf ("\t.byte\t%d\n", n - 7);
}
for (i = 1; i <= 128; i++)
{
j = i < 0 ? -i : i;
while (j < 128)
j += j;
printf ("\t.byte\t%d\n", j * 2 - 96*4);
}
puts("\
/* 1/64 .. 1/127, normalized. There is an implicit leading 1 in bit 32. */\n\
.balign 4\n\
LOCAL(zero_l):");
for (i = 64; i < 128; i++)
{
if (i == 96)
puts ("LOCAL(div_table):");
q = 4.*(1<<30)*128/i;
r = ceil (q);
/* The value for 64 is actually differently scaled that it would
appear from this calculation. The implicit part is %01, not 10.
Still, since the value in the table is 0 either way, this
doesn't matter here. Still, the 1/64 entry is effectively a 1/128
entry. */
printf ("\t.long\t0x%X\n", (unsigned) r);
err = r - q;
if (err > max_err)
max_err = err;
err = err * i / 128;
if (err > max_s_err)
max_s_err = err;
}
printf ("\t/* maximum error: %f scaled: %f*/\n", max_err, max_s_err);
exit (0);
}