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skulltag / gdtoa / strtodnrp.c

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Copyright (C) 2004 by David M. Gay.
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/* This is a variant of strtod that works on Intel ia32 systems */
/* with the default extended-precision arithmetic -- it does not */
/* require setting the precision control to 53 bits.  */

/* Please send bug reports to David M. Gay (dmg at acm dot org,
 * with " at " changed at "@" and " dot " changed to ".").	*/

#include "gdtoaimp.h"

 double
#ifdef KR_headers
strtod(s, sp) CONST char *s; char **sp;
#else
strtod(CONST char *s, char **sp)
#endif
{
	static CONST FPI fpi = { 53, 1-1023-53+1, 2046-1023-53+1, 1, SI };
	ULong bits[2];
	Long exp;
	int k;
	union { ULong L[2]; double d; } u;

	k = strtodg(s, sp, &fpi, &exp, bits);
	switch(k & STRTOG_Retmask) {
	  case STRTOG_NoNumber:
	  case STRTOG_Zero:
		u.L[0] = u.L[1] = 0;
		break;

	  case STRTOG_Normal:
		u.L[_1] = bits[0];
		u.L[_0] = (bits[1] & ~0x100000) | ((exp + 0x3ff + 52) << 20);
		break;

	  case STRTOG_Denormal:
		u.L[_1] = bits[0];
		u.L[_0] = bits[1];
		break;

	  case STRTOG_Infinite:
		u.L[_0] = 0x7ff00000;
		u.L[_1] = 0;
		break;

	  case STRTOG_NaN:
		u.L[0] = d_QNAN0;
		u.L[1] = d_QNAN1;
		break;

	  case STRTOG_NaNbits:
		u.L[_0] = 0x7ff00000 | bits[1];
		u.L[_1] = bits[0];
	  }
	if (k & STRTOG_Neg)
		u.L[_0] |= 0x80000000L;
	return u.d;
	}