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HPL_lmul(3)		     HPL Library Functions		   HPL_lmul(3)

NAME
       HPL_lmul	- multiplies 2 long positive integers.

SYNOPSIS
       #include	"hpl.h"

       void HPL_lmul( int * K, int * J,	int * I	);

DESCRIPTION
       HPL_lmul	 multiplies   without carry two	long positive integers K and J
       and puts	the result into	I. The long integers  I, J, K are  encoded  on
       64  bits	 using an array	of 2 integers. The 32-lower bits are stored in
       the first entry of each array, the 32-higher bits in the	 second	 entry
       of  each	 array.	For efficiency purposes, the  intrisic modulo function
       is inlined.

ARGUMENTS
       K       (local input)	       int *
	       On entry, K is an integer array of dimension 2  containing  the
	       encoded long integer K.

       J       (local input)	       int *
	       On  entry,  J is	an integer array of dimension 2	containing the
	       encoded long integer J.

       I       (local output)	       int *
	       On entry, I is an integer array of dimension 2. On  exit,  this
	       array contains the encoded long integer result.

SEE ALSO
       HPL_ladd	(3),	 HPL_setran (3),    HPL_xjumpm (3),    HPL_jumpit (3),
       HPL_rand	(3).

HPL 2.1			       October 26, 2012			   HPL_lmul(3)

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