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HPL_dlaswp01T(3)	     HPL Library Functions	      HPL_dlaswp01T(3)

NAME
       HPL_dlaswp01T - copies rows of A	into itself and	into U.

SYNOPSIS
       #include	"hpl.h"

       void  HPL_dlaswp01T(  const  int	 M, const int N, double	* A, const int
       LDA, double * U,	const int LDU, const int * LINDXA, const int * LINDXAU
       );

DESCRIPTION
       HPL_dlaswp01T  copies   scattered rows  of  A  into itself  and into an
       array U.	 The row offsets in  A	of the source rows  are	 specified  by
       LINDXA.	 The   destination of those rows are specified by  LINDXAU.  A
       positive	value of LINDXAU indicates that	the array  destination	is  U,
       and A otherwise.	Rows of	A are stored as	columns	in U.

ARGUMENTS
       M       (local input)	       const int
	       On  entry,  M  specifies	the number of rows of A	that should be
	       moved within A or copied	into U.	M must be at least zero.

       N       (local input)	       const int
	       On entry, N  specifies the length of rows of A that  should  be
	       moved within A or copied	into U.	N must be at least zero.

       A       (local input/output)    double *
	       On  entry,  A points to an array	of dimension (LDA,N). The rows
	       of this array specified by LINDXA should	be moved within	 A  or
	       copied into U.

       LDA     (local input)	       const int
	       On  entry,  LDA specifies the leading dimension of the array A.
	       LDA must	be at least MAX(1,M).

       U       (local input/output)    double *
	       On entry, U points to an	array of dimension (LDU,M).  The  rows
	       of  A  specified	by  LINDXA  are	copied within this array  U at
	       the  positions indicated	by positive values  of	LINDXAU.   The
	       rows of A are stored as columns in U.

       LDU     (local input)	       const int
	       On  entry,  LDU specifies the leading dimension of the array U.
	       LDU must	be at least MAX(1,N).

       LINDXA  (local input)	       const int *
	       On entry, LINDXA	is an array of dimension M that	 contains  the
	       local   row  indexes  of	 A  that should	be moved within	 A  or
	       or copied into U.

       LINDXAU (local input)	       const int *
	       On entry, LINDXAU  is an	array of dimension  M  that   contains
	       the  local   row	indexes	of  U  where the rows of  A  should be
	       copied at. This array also contains the	local row offsets in A
	       where  some  of	the  rows of A should be moved to.  A positive
	       value of	 LINDXAU[i]  indicates that the	row  LINDXA[i]	 of  A
	       should  be  copied into U at the	position LINDXAU[i]; otherwise
	       the row	LINDXA[i]  of  A  should be moved  at	the   position
	       -LINDXAU[i] within A.

SEE ALSO
       HPL_dlaswp00N (3),	  HPL_dlaswp10N	(3),	    HPL_dlaswp01N (3),
       HPL_dlaswp01T (3),	 HPL_dlaswp02N (3),	    HPL_dlaswp03N (3),
       HPL_dlaswp03T (3),	  HPL_dlaswp04N	(3),	    HPL_dlaswp04T (3),
       HPL_dlaswp05N (3),	 HPL_dlaswp05T (3),	    HPL_dlaswp06N (3),
       HPL_dlaswp06T (3).

HPL 2.3			       December	2, 2018		      HPL_dlaswp01T(3)

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