Definitions of a fixed-point data type Fixed. More...
|class||itpp::Fixed< w, e, o, q >|
|Templated fixed-point data type. More...|
|itpp namespace |
|typedef Fixed< 1, TC, WRAP >||itpp::fixed1|
|Typedefs for Fixed (fixed1, fixed2, ..., fixed64) |
|typedef Fixed< 1, US, WRAP >||itpp::ufixed1|
|Typedefs for unsigned Fixed (ufixed1, ufixed2, ..., ufixed64) |
|typedef Fixed< 1, TC, SAT >||itpp::sfixed1|
|Typedefs for saturated Fixed (sfixed1, sfixed2, ..., sfixed64) |
|typedef Fixed< 1, US, SAT >||itpp::sufixed1|
|Typedefs for saturated unsigned Fixed (sufixed1, sufixed2, ..., sufixed64) |
Definitions of a fixed-point data type Fixed.
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Definition in file fixed.h.