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--                         GNAT COMPILER COMPONENTS                         --
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--  This package provides for compile-time evaluation of static calls to the
--  floating-point attribute functions. It is the compile-time equivalent of
--  the System.Fat_Gen runtime package. The coding is quite similar, as are
--  the subprogram specs, except that the type is passed as an explicit
--  first parameter (and used via ttypes, to obtain the necessary information
--  about the characteristics of the type for computing the results.

with Types;  use Types;
with Uintp;  use Uintp;
with Urealp; use Urealp;

package Eval_Fat is

   subtype UI is Uint;
   --  The compile time representation of universal integer

   subtype T is Ureal;
   --  The compile time representation of floating-point values

   subtype R is Entity_Id;
   --  The compile time representation of the floating-point root type

   --  The following functions perform the operation implied by their name
   --  which corresponds to the name of the attribute which they compute.
   --  The arguments correspond to the attribute function arguments.

   function Adjacent          (RT : R; X, Towards : T)              return T;

   function Ceiling           (RT : R; X : T)                       return T;

   function Compose           (RT : R; Fraction : T; Exponent : UI) return T;

   function Copy_Sign         (RT : R; Value, Sign : T)             return T;

   function Exponent          (RT : R; X : T)                       return UI;

   function Floor             (RT : R; X : T)                       return T;

   function Fraction          (RT : R; X : T)                       return T;

   function Leading_Part      (RT : R; X : T; Radix_Digits : UI)    return T;

   function Machine_Mantissa  (RT : R)                              return Nat;

   function Machine_Radix     (RT : R)                              return Nat;

   function Model             (RT : R; X : T)                       return T;

   function Pred              (RT : R; X : T)                       return T;

   function Remainder         (RT : R; X, Y : T)                    return T;

   function Rounding          (RT : R; X : T)                       return T;

   function Scaling           (RT : R; X : T; Adjustment : UI)      return T;

   function Succ              (RT : R; X : T)                       return T;

   function Truncation        (RT : R; X : T)                       return T;

   function Unbiased_Rounding (RT : R; X : T)                       return T;

   --  The following global declarations are used by the Machine attribute

   type Rounding_Mode is (Floor, Ceiling, Round, Round_Even);
   for Rounding_Mode use (0, 1, 2, 3);
   --  Used to indicate rounding mode for Machine attribute
   --  Note that C code in gigi knows that Round_Even is 3

   --  The Machine attribute is special, in that it takes an extra argument
   --  indicating the rounding mode, and also an argument Enode that is a
   --  node used to post warnings (e.g. if asked to convert a negative zero
   --  on a machine for which Signed_Zeros is False).

   function Machine
     (RT    : R;
      X     : T;
      Mode  : Rounding_Mode;
      Enode : Node_Id) return T;

end Eval_Fat;