Documentation of `gcry_mpi_div' function's `round' argument
arunisaac at systemreboot.net
Wed Nov 15 22:47:09 CET 2017
>> What does `round' do? Is it to indicate that the quotient should be
>> rounded to the nearest integer? A little bit more clarity in the
>> documentation would be nice.
> Thanks for noting. I changed it to:
> -- Function: void gcry_mpi_div (gcry_mpi_t Q, gcry_mpi_t R,
> gcry_mpi_t DIVIDEND, gcry_mpi_t DIVISOR, int ROUND)
> Q = DIVIDEND / DIVISOR, R = DIVIDEND \bmod DIVISOR. Q and R may be
> passed as 'NULL'. ROUND is either negative for floored division
> (rounds towards the next lower integer) or zero for truncated
> division (rounds towards zero).
That's clearer. Thanks!
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