[cfe-users] How to make LLVM IR (SHIFT) in Clang to support complex data type

rsherry8 via cfe-users cfe-users at lists.llvm.org
Tue Aug 21 14:30:13 PDT 2018

In this case, does the class complex support the shift operator? I 
suspect it does not. If it does then I suspect you have found a bug in 

I am wondering why you need compiler support here. Could you not just 
add a shift operator to the class complex?

On 8/21/2018 12:16 PM, Zhiguo Ge via cfe-users wrote:
> Hi, All
> I want IR in Clang to such as SHIFT can support complex number.
> I tried to write the following code:
>    complex data1;
>    complex data2 = data1 >> 4;
> The Clang compiler said invalid operands in binary instructions.
> I guess Clang do the data type check and report the error.
> Can anyone help to explain how to make Clang support complex number 
> for SHIFT IR?
> Thanks a lot!
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