[LLVMdev] Does llvm intrinsic function allow "complicated" arguments?---- correction for my previous msg

kewuzhang kewu.zhang at amd.com
Fri Mar 27 07:24:23 PDT 2015

On Mar 27, 2015, at 10:22 AM, kewuzhang <kewu.zhang at amd.com> wrote:

> Hi Guys, 
> I see an intrinsic function call like this "call float @ir.sample_complex.f32(float a, int bitcast (i16  337203 to i32) , i32 1, <2 x float> %62, float %61)  “, 
> Then I got trouble to process the third operand "int bitcast (i16  337203 to i32)”, the third operand I got is “constant 337203”. 
> I think something is messed up,  but the getOperand(i) is llvm core function. So I suspect the above intrinsic call is legal or not?
> any suggestions?
> best
> kevin

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