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/*
* Copyright 2011 Nexenta Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
*/
/*
* Copyright 2006 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All rights reserved.
* Use is subject to license terms.
*/
#pragma weak frexp = __frexp
/*
* frexp(x, exp) returns the normalized significand of x and sets
* *exp so that x = r*2^(*exp) where r is the return value. If x
* is finite and nonzero, 1/2 <= |r| < 1.
*
* If x is zero, infinite or NaN, frexp returns x and sets *exp = 0.
* (The relevant standards do not specify *exp when x is infinite or
* NaN, but this code sets it anyway.)
*
* If x is a signaling NaN, this code returns x without attempting
* to raise the invalid operation exception. If x is subnormal,
* this code treats it as nonzero regardless of nonstandard mode.
*/
#include "libm.h"
double
__frexp(double x, int *exp) {
union {
unsigned i[2];
double d;
} xx, yy;
double t;
unsigned hx;
int e;
xx.d = x;
hx = xx.i[HIWORD] & ~0x80000000;
if (hx >= 0x7ff00000) { /* x is infinite or NaN */
*exp = 0;
return (x);
}
e = 0;
if (hx < 0x00100000) { /* x is subnormal or zero */
if ((hx | xx.i[LOWORD]) == 0) {
*exp = 0;
return (x);
}
/*
* normalize x by regarding it as an integer
*
* Here we use 32-bit integer arithmetic to avoid trapping
* or emulating 64-bit arithmetic. If 64-bit arithmetic is
* available (e.g., in SPARC V9), do this instead:
*
* long lx = ((long) hx << 32) | xx.i[LOWORD];
* xx.d = (xx.i[HIWORD] < 0)? -lx : lx;
*
* If subnormal arithmetic doesn't trap, just multiply x by
* a power of two.
*/
yy.i[HIWORD] = 0x43300000 | hx;
yy.i[LOWORD] = xx.i[LOWORD];
t = yy.d;
yy.i[HIWORD] = 0x43300000;
yy.i[LOWORD] = 0;
t -= yy.d; /* t = |x| scaled */
xx.d = ((int)xx.i[HIWORD] < 0)? -t : t;
hx = xx.i[HIWORD] & ~0x80000000;
e = -1074;
}
/* now xx.d is normal */
xx.i[HIWORD] = (xx.i[HIWORD] & ~0x7ff00000) | 0x3fe00000;
*exp = e + (hx >> 20) - 0x3fe;
return (xx.d);
}