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__smlaldx intrinsic

This intrinsic inserts an SMLALDX instruction into the instruction stream generated by the compiler. It enables you to exchange the halfwords of the second operand, and perform two signed 16-bit multiplications, adding both results to a 64-bit accumulate operand. Overflow is only possible as a result of the 64-bit addition. This overflow is not detected if it occurs. Instead, the result wraps around modulo 264.

unsigned long long__smlaldx(unsigned int val1, unsigned int val2, unsigned long long val3)

Where:

val1

holds the first halfword operands for each multiplication

val2

holds the second halfword operands for each multiplication

val3

holds the accumulate value.

The __smlald intrinsic returns the product of each multiplication added to the accumulate value.

Example:

unsigned int dual_multiply_accumulate(unsigned int val1, unsigned int val2, unsigned int val3)
{
  unsigned int res;

    res = __smlald(val1,val2,val3); /* p1 = val1[15:0] × val2[31:16]
                                       p2 = val1[31:16] × val2[15:0]
                                       sum = p1 + p2 + val3[63:32][31:0]
                                       res[63:32] = sum[63:32]
                                       res[31:0] = sum[31:0]
                                     */
    return res;
}

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