real function snrm2 ( n, sx, incx)
integer i, incx, ix, j, n, next
real sx(1), cutlo, cuthi, hitest, sum, xmax, zero, one
data zero, one /0.0e0, 1.0e0/
c
c euclidean norm of the n-vector stored in sx() with storage
c increment incx .
c if n .le. 0 return with result = 0.
c if n .ge. 1 then incx must be .ge. 1
c
c c.l.lawson, 1978 jan 08
c modified to correct failure to update ix, 1/25/92.
c modified 3/93 to return if incx .le. 0.
c
c four phase method using two built-in constants that are
c hopefully applicable to all machines.
c cutlo = maximum of sqrt(u/eps) over all known machines.
c cuthi = minimum of sqrt(v) over all known machines.
c where
c eps = smallest no. such that eps + 1. .gt. 1.
c u = smallest positive no. (underflow limit)
c v = largest no. (overflow limit)
c
c brief outline of algorithm..
c
c phase 1 scans zero components.
c move to phase 2 when a component is nonzero and .le. cutlo
c move to phase 3 when a component is .gt. cutlo
c move to phase 4 when a component is .ge. cuthi/m
c where m = n for x() real and m = 2*n for complex.
c
c values for cutlo and cuthi..
c from the environmental parameters listed in the imsl converter
c document the limiting values are as follows..
c cutlo, s.p. u/eps = 2**(-102) for honeywell. close seconds are
c univac and dec at 2**(-103)
c thus cutlo = 2**(-51) = 4.44089e-16
c cuthi, s.p. v = 2**127 for univac, honeywell, and dec.
c thus cuthi = 2**(63.5) = 1.30438e19
c cutlo, d.p. u/eps = 2**(-67) for honeywell and dec.
c thus cutlo = 2**(-33.5) = 8.23181d-11
c cuthi, d.p. same as s.p. cuthi = 1.30438d19
c data cutlo, cuthi / 8.232d-11, 1.304d19 /
c data cutlo, cuthi / 4.441e-16, 1.304e19 /
data cutlo, cuthi / 4.441e-16, 1.304e19 /
c
if(n .gt. 0 .and. incx.gt.0) go to 10
snrm2 = zero
go to 300
c
10 assign 30 to next
sum = zero
i = 1
ix = 1
c begin main loop
20 go to next,(30, 50, 70, 110)
30 if( abs(sx(i)) .gt. cutlo) go to 85
assign 50 to next
xmax = zero
c
c phase 1. sum is zero
c
50 if( sx(i) .eq. zero) go to 200
if( abs(sx(i)) .gt. cutlo) go to 85
c
c prepare for phase 2.
assign 70 to next
go to 105
c
c prepare for phase 4.
c
100 continue
ix = j
assign 110 to next
sum = (sum / sx(i)) / sx(i)
105 xmax = abs(sx(i))
go to 115
c
c phase 2. sum is small.
c scale to avoid destructive underflow.
c
70 if( abs(sx(i)) .gt. cutlo ) go to 75
c
c common code for phases 2 and 4.
c in phase 4 sum is large. scale to avoid overflow.
c
110 if( abs(sx(i)) .le. xmax ) go to 115
sum = one + sum * (xmax / sx(i))**2
xmax = abs(sx(i))
go to 200
c
115 sum = sum + (sx(i)/xmax)**2
go to 200
c
c
c prepare for phase 3.
c
75 sum = (sum * xmax) * xmax
c
c
c for real or d.p. set hitest = cuthi/n
c for complex set hitest = cuthi/(2*n)
c
85 hitest = cuthi/float( n )
c
c phase 3. sum is mid-range. no scaling.
c
do 95 j = ix, n
if(abs(sx(i)) .ge. hitest) go to 100
sum = sum + sx(i)**2
i = i + incx
95 continue
snrm2 = sqrt( sum )
go to 300
c
200 continue
ix = ix + 1
i = i + incx
if( ix .le. n ) go to 20
c
c end of main loop.
c
c compute square root and adjust for scaling.
c
snrm2 = xmax * sqrt(sum)
300 continue
return
end