Copyright  Copyright © 2019 Lars Kuhtz <lakuhtz@gmail.com> 

License  BSD3 
Maintainer  Lars Kuhtz <lakuhtz@gmail.com> 
Stability  experimental 
Safe Haskell  None 
Language  Haskell2010 
Internal Utilities. No guarantee is made about the stability of these functions. Changes to these function won't be announced in the CHANGELOG and are not reflected in the package version.
Synopsis
 w :: forall (n :: Nat). KnownNat n => Int
 int :: Integral a => Num b => a > b
 fit :: Real a => Real b => Integral c => a > b > c
 intFit :: Integral a => Integral b => a > b > a
 nextPowerOfTwo :: Real a => Integral b => a > b
 intNextPowerOfTwo :: Int > Int
 set :: PrimMonad m => MutableByteArray (PrimState m) > Int > Word64 > m ()
 get :: PrimMonad m => MutableByteArray (PrimState m) > Int > m Word64
 sip :: Storable a => Int > a > Word64
 fnv1a :: Storable a => Int > a > Word64
 fnv1a_bytes :: ByteArrayAccess a => Int > a > Word64
 sip_bytes :: ByteArrayAccess a => Int > a > Word64
 sip2 :: Storable a => Int > a > Word64
Documentation
fit :: Real a => Real b => Integral c => a > b > c Source #
fit a b
computes how many b
s are needed to fit a
, i.e.
\(\left\lceil\frac{a}{b}\right\rceil\).
For instance,
fit 7 3 == 3
fit 6 3 == 2
intFit :: Integral a => Integral b => a > b > a Source #
fit a b
computes how many b
s are needed to fit a
, i.e.
\(\left\lceil\frac{a}{b}\right\rceil\).
For instance,
fit 7 3 == 3
fit 6 3 == 2
nextPowerOfTwo :: Real a => Integral b => a > b Source #
nextPowerOfTwo a
computes the smallest power of two that is larger or
equal than a
.
intNextPowerOfTwo :: Int > Int Source #
nextPowerOfTwo a
computes the smallest power of two that is larger or
equal than a
.
:: PrimMonad m  
=> MutableByteArray (PrimState m)  
> Int  index in terms of 
> Word64 

> m () 
Write a Word64
value into a Word32
aligned MutableByteArray
:: PrimMonad m  
=> MutableByteArray (PrimState m)  byte array 
> Int  index in terms of 
> m Word64  Word64 value that contains the result bits 
Get a Word64
from a Word32
aligned MutableByteArray
.
Hash functions
Computes a Sip hash for a value that has an Storable
instance.
The first argument is a salt value that is used to derive the key for the hash computation.
Computes a 64 bit Fnv1a hash for a value that has an Storable
instance.
The first argument is use as a salt.
:: ByteArrayAccess a  
=> Int  Salt 
> a  Value that is hashes 
> Word64 
Computes a 64 bit Fnv1a hash for a value that is an instance of
ByteArrayAccess
.
The first argument is use as a salt.
:: ByteArrayAccess a  
=> Int  Salt 
> a  Value that is hashes 
> Word64 
Computes a Sip hash for a value that is an instance of
ByteArrayAccess
.
The first argument is a salt value that is used to derive the key for the hash computation.