I am intresting the performance
Firstly, are you interested in SHARC or Blackfin? Just in case there are specific caveats that apply to one or the other.
Both the fract type in C and the fract type in C++ are designed to give access to the same underlying hardware support. So all being well, both the C fract type and the one in C++ might be expected to give the same performance, and they often will.
However, the C fract type is a native type supported by the compiler. The C++ fract type is a class that is used by including the <fract> header. There are two points here:
I hope this helps.
All the best,
I am interested Sharc.
Just as you said C has native support
The compiler manual give a detailed info about native fract support in C.
So I think that fract support in C is better than C++
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