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Module Int64

module Int64: sig .. end
64-bit integers.

This module provides operations on the type int64 of signed 64-bit integers. Unlike the built-in int type, the type int64 is guaranteed to be exactly 64-bit wide on all platforms. All arithmetic operations over int64 are taken modulo 264

Performance notice: values of type int64 occupy more memory space than values of type int, and arithmetic operations on int64 are generally slower than those on int. Use int64 only when the application requires exact 64-bit arithmetic.


let zero: int64;
The 64-bit integer 0.
let one: int64;
The 64-bit integer 1.
let minus_one: int64;
The 64-bit integer -1.
let neg: int64 => int64;
Unary negation.
let add: (int64, int64) => int64;
Addition.
let sub: (int64, int64) => int64;
Subtraction.
let mul: (int64, int64) => int64;
Multiplication.
let div: (int64, int64) => int64;
Integer division. Raise Division_by_zero if the second argument is zero. This division rounds the real quotient of its arguments towards zero, as specified for Pervasives.(/).
let rem: (int64, int64) => int64;
Integer remainder. If y is not zero, the result of Int64.rem x y satisfies the following property: x = Int64.add (Int64.mul (Int64.div x y) y) (Int64.rem x y). If y = 0, Int64.rem x y raises Division_by_zero.
let succ: int64 => int64;
Successor. Int64.succ x is Int64.add x Int64.one.
let pred: int64 => int64;
Predecessor. Int64.pred x is Int64.sub x Int64.one.
let abs: int64 => int64;
Return the absolute value of its argument.
let max_int: int64;
The greatest representable 64-bit integer, 263 - 1.
let min_int: int64;
The smallest representable 64-bit integer, -263.
let logand: (int64, int64) => int64;
Bitwise logical and.
let logor: (int64, int64) => int64;
Bitwise logical or.
let logxor: (int64, int64) => int64;
Bitwise logical exclusive or.
let lognot: int64 => int64;
Bitwise logical negation
let shift_left: (int64, int) => int64;
Int64.shift_left x y shifts x to the left by y bits. The result is unspecified if y < 0 or y >= 64.
let shift_right: (int64, int) => int64;
Int64.shift_right x y shifts x to the right by y bits. This is an arithmetic shift: the sign bit of x is replicated and inserted in the vacated bits. The result is unspecified if y < 0 or y >= 64.
let shift_right_logical: (int64, int) => int64;
Int64.shift_right_logical x y shifts x to the right by y bits. This is a logical shift: zeroes are inserted in the vacated bits regardless of the sign of x. The result is unspecified if y < 0 or y >= 64.
let of_int: int => int64;
Convert the given integer (type int) to a 64-bit integer (type int64).
let to_int: int64 => int;
Convert the given 64-bit integer (type int64) to an integer (type int). On 64-bit platforms, the 64-bit integer is taken modulo 263, i.e. the high-order bit is lost during the conversion. On 32-bit platforms, the 64-bit integer is taken modulo 231, i.e. the top 33 bits are lost during the conversion.
let of_float: float => int64;
Convert the given floating-point number to a 64-bit integer, discarding the fractional part (truncate towards 0). The result of the conversion is undefined if, after truncation, the number is outside the range [Int64.min_int, Int64.max_int].
let to_float: int64 => float;
Convert the given 64-bit integer to a floating-point number.
let of_int32: int32 => int64;
Convert the given 32-bit integer (type int32) to a 64-bit integer (type int64).
let to_int32: int64 => int32;
Convert the given 64-bit integer (type int64) to a 32-bit integer (type int32). The 64-bit integer is taken modulo 232, i.e. the top 32 bits are lost during the conversion.
let of_nativeint: nativeint => int64;
Convert the given native integer (type nativeint) to a 64-bit integer (type int64).
let to_nativeint: int64 => nativeint;
Convert the given 64-bit integer (type int64) to a native integer. On 32-bit platforms, the 64-bit integer is taken modulo 232. On 64-bit platforms, the conversion is exact.
let of_string: string => int64;
Convert the given string to a 64-bit integer. The string is read in decimal (by default) or in hexadecimal, octal or binary if the string begins with 0x, 0o or 0b respectively. Raise Failure "int_of_string" if the given string is not a valid representation of an integer, or if the integer represented exceeds the range of integers representable in type int64.
let to_string: int64 => string;
Return the string representation of its argument, in decimal.
let bits_of_float: float => int64;
Return the internal representation of the given float according to the IEEE 754 floating-point 'double format' bit layout. Bit 63 of the result represents the sign of the float; bits 62 to 52 represent the (biased) exponent; bits 51 to 0 represent the mantissa.
let float_of_bits: int64 => float;
Return the floating-point number whose internal representation, according to the IEEE 754 floating-point 'double format' bit layout, is the given int64.
type t = int64;
An alias for the type of 64-bit integers.
let compare: (t, t) => int;
The comparison function for 64-bit integers, with the same specification as Pervasives.compare. Along with the type t, this function compare allows the module Int64 to be passed as argument to the functors Set.Make and Map.Make.

Deprecated functions

let format: (string, int64) => string;
Do not use this deprecated function. Instead, used Printf.sprintf with a %L... format.