Data alignment in processor arrangements, Computer Networking

Data Alignment

Arrays are aligned to templates by the ALIGN directive. The ALIGN directive is used to align elements of different arrays with each other, indicating that they should be spreaded in the similar manner. The syntax of an ALIGN derivative is:

!HPF$ ALIGN array1 WITH array2

where array1 is the name of array to be aligned and array2 is the array to be aligned to.

Example 6

Consider the statement

ALIGN A[i] WITH B[i]

This statement aligns each A[i] with B[i] as shown in Figure.

1980_ALIGN A[i] WITH B[i].png

                                                                                                                        ALIGN A[i] WITH B[i]

Consider the statement

ALLIGN A[i] WITH B[i+1]

This statement aligns the each A[i] with B[i+1] as shown in Figure.

2141_ALIGN A[i] WITH B[i+1].png

                               ALIGN A[i] WITH B[i+1]

* can be used to fall down the dimensions. Consider the statement

ALLIGN A[:, *] WITH B[:]

This statement aligns two dimensional array with one dimensional array by collapsing as shown in Figure.

1355_alignmen.png

                                                                                                     Alignmen

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