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Initialization: Set pi ← 0 for i = 0, . . , n − 1. 2. Calculate the product of digits of unequal index: Set i ← 0. 3. Set j ← i + 1 and c ← 0. 4. Set t ← pi+j + ai aj + c, pi+j ← t mod B , and c ← ⌊t/B⌋. 5. Set j ← j + 1; if j ≤ n − 1, go to step 4. 6. Set pi+n ← c. 7. Set i ← i + 1; if i ≤ n − 2, go to step 3. 8. Multiplication of inner products by 2: Set i ← 1 and c ← 0. 9. Set t ← 2pi + c, pi ← t mod B , and c ← ⌊t/B⌋. 10. Set i ← i + 1; if i ≤ 2n − 2, go to step 9. 11. Set p2n−1 ← c. 12. Addition of the inner squares: Set i ← 0 and c ← 0.
20 Interface Semantics Table 3-1. FLINT/C error codes Error Code Interpretation E_CLINT_BOR invalid basis in str2clint_l() (see Chapter 8) E_CLINT_DBZ division by zero E_CLINT_MAL error in memory allocation E_CLINT_MOD nonodd (even) modulus in Montgomery multiplication E_CLINT_NOR register unavailable (see Chapter 9) E_CLINT_NPT null pointer passed as argument E_CLINT_OFL overflow E_CLINT_UFL underflow 21 CHAPTER 4 The Fundamental Operations Thus calculation can be seen as the basis and foundation of all the arts.
This value is allocated to the variable carry and there reserved for the next iteration. The value of the resulting digit is taken from the lower-valued word of the addition result via a cast to the type USHORT. The carry saved in the higher-valued word of carry is included in the next iteration by a shift to the right by the number BITPERDGT of bits used for the representation of USHORT and a cast to USHORT. In the second loop only the remaining digits of a_l are added to a possible existing carry and stored in s_l.