# Library Stdlib.extraction.ExtrOcamlNatInt

Extraction of nat into Ocaml's int

Require Stdlib.extraction.Extraction.

Require Import Arith EqNat Euclid.

Require Import ExtrOcamlBasic.

Disclaimer: trying to obtain efficient certified programs
by extracting nat into int is definitively *not* a good idea:
Mapping of nat into int. The last string corresponds to
a nat_case, see documentation of Extract Inductive.

- This is just a syntactic adaptation, many things can go wrong,

Extract Inductive nat => int [ "0" "Stdlib.Int.succ" ]

"(fun fO fS n -> if n=0 then fO () else fS (n-1))".

Efficient (but uncertified) versions for usual nat functions

Extract Constant plus => "(+)".

Extract Constant pred => "fun n -> Stdlib.max 0 (n-1)".

Extract Constant minus => "fun n m -> Stdlib.max 0 (n-m)".

Extract Constant mult => "( * )".

Extract Inlined Constant max => "Stdlib.max".

Extract Inlined Constant min => "Stdlib.min".

Extract Inlined Constant Nat.eqb => "(=)".

Extract Inlined Constant EqNat.eq_nat_decide => "(=)".

Extract Inlined Constant Peano_dec.eq_nat_dec => "(=)".

Extract Constant Nat.compare =>

"fun n m -> if n=m then Eq else if n<m then Lt else Gt".

Extract Inlined Constant Compare_dec.leb => "(<=)".

Extract Inlined Constant Compare_dec.le_lt_dec => "(<=)".

Extract Inlined Constant Compare_dec.lt_dec => "(<)".

Extract Constant Compare_dec.lt_eq_lt_dec =>

"fun n m -> if n>m then None else Some (n<m)".

Extract Constant Nat.Even_or_Odd => "fun n -> n mod 2 = 0".

Extract Constant Nat.div2 => "fun n -> n/2".

Extract Inductive Euclid.diveucl => "(int * int)" [ "" ].

Extract Constant Euclid.eucl_dev => "fun n m -> (m/n, m mod n)".

Extract Constant Euclid.quotient => "fun n m -> m/n".

Extract Constant Euclid.modulo => "fun n m -> m mod n".