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#ifndef _IMMEDIATE_H
#define _IMMEDIATE_H

#include <sys/types.h>

 * functions to map backwards and forwards between logical or floating
 * point immediates and their corresponding encodings. the mapping
 * from encoding to immediate is required by the simulator. the reverse
 * mapping is required by the OpenJDK assembler.
 * a logical immediate value supplied to or returned from a map lookup
 * is always 64 bits. this is sufficient for looking up 32 bit
 * immediates or their encodings since a 32 bit immediate has the same
 * encoding as the 64 bit immediate produced by concatenating the
 * immediate with itself.
 * a logical immediate encoding is 13 bits N:immr:imms (3 fields of
 * widths 1:6:6 -- see the arm spec). they appear as bits [22:10] of a
 * logical immediate instruction. encodings are supplied and returned
 * as 32 bit values. if a given 13 bit immediate has no corresponding
 * encoding then a map lookup will return 0xffffffff.

u_int64_t logical_immediate_for_encoding(u_int32_t encoding);
u_int32_t encoding_for_logical_immediate(u_int64_t immediate);
u_int64_t fp_immediate_for_encoding(u_int32_t imm8, int is_dp);
u_int32_t encoding_for_fp_immediate(float immediate);

#endif // _IMMEDIATE_H