man pages section 3: Multimedia Library Functions
Updated: July 2014

Synopsis

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#include <mlib.h>

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const mlib_s8 *c, mlib_s32 n);
const mlib_s8 *c, mlib_s32 n);
const mlib_s8 *c, mlib_s32 n);
const mlib_s16 *c, mlib_s32 n);
const mlib_s16 *c, mlib_s32 n);
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const mlib_s16 *c, mlib_s32 n);
const mlib_s32 *c, mlib_s32 n);
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const mlib_s32 *c, mlib_s32 n);

Description

Each of these functions performs an in-place addition of a scalar to a vector.

For real data, the following equation is used:

xz[i] = c[0] + xz[i]

where i = 0, 1, ..., (n - 1).

For complex data, the following equation is used:

xz[2*i]     = c[0] + xz[2*i]
xz[2*i + 1] = c[1] + xz[2*i + 1]

where i = 0, 1, ..., (n - 1).

Parameters

Each of the functions takes the following arguments:

xz

Pointer to the first element of the source and destination vector.

c

Pointer to the source scalar. When the function is used with complex data types, c[0] contains the scalar for the real part, and c[1] contains the scalar for the imaginary part.

n

Number of elements in the vectors.

Return Values

Each of the functions returns MLIB_SUCCESS if successful. Otherwise it returns MLIB_FAILURE.

Attributes

See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:

ATTRIBUTE TYPE
ATTRIBUTE VALUE
Interface Stability
Committed
MT-Level
MT-Safe