# Name

**HPL_jumpit** jump into the random sequence.
# Synopsis

`#include "hpl.h"`

`void`

`HPL_jumpit(`

`int *`

`MULT`

,
`int *`

`IADD`

,
`int *`

`IRANN`

,
`int *`

`IRANM`

`);`

# Description

**HPL_jumpit**
jumps in the random sequence from the number X(n) encoded
in IRANN to the number X(m) encoded in IRANM using the constants A
and C encoded in MULT and IADD: X(m) = A * X(n) + C. The constants A
and C obviously depend on m and n, see the function HPL_xjumpm in
order to initialize them.
# Arguments

MULT (local input) int *
On entry, MULT is an array of dimension 2, that contains the
16-lower and 15-higher bits of the constant A.

IADD (local input) int *
On entry, IADD is an array of dimension 2, that contains the
16-lower and 15-higher bits of the constant C.

IRANN (local input) int *
On entry, IRANN is an array of dimension 2, that contains
the 16-lower and 15-higher bits of the encoding of X(n).

IRANM (local output) int *
On entry, IRANM is an array of dimension 2. On exit, this
array contains respectively the 16-lower and 15-higher bits
of the encoding of X(m).

# See Also

HPL_ladd,
HPL_lmul,
HPL_setran,
HPL_xjumpm,
HPL_rand.