double precision function dmach(job)
integer job
c
c smach computes machine parameters of floating point
c arithmetic for use in testing only. not required by
c linpack proper.
c
c if trouble with automatic computation of these quantities,
c they can be set by direct assignment statements.
c assume the computer has
c
c b = base of arithmetic
c t = number of base b digits
c l = smallest possible exponent
c u = largest possible exponent
c
c then
c
c eps = b**(1-t)
c tiny = 100.0*b**(-l+t)
c huge = 0.01*b**(u-t)
c
c dmach same as smach except t, l, u apply to
c double precision.
c
c cmach same as smach except if complex division
c is done by
c
c 1/(x+i*y) = (x-i*y)/(x**2+y**2)
c
c then
c
c tiny = sqrt(tiny)
c huge = sqrt(huge)
c
c
c job is 1, 2 or 3 for epsilon, tiny and huge, respectively.
c
double precision eps,tiny,huge,s
c
eps = 1.0d0
10 eps = eps/2.0d0
s = 1.0d0 + eps
if (s .gt. 1.0d0) go to 10
eps = 2.0d0*eps
c
s = 1.0d0
20 tiny = s
s = s/16.0d0
if (s*1.0 .ne. 0.0d0) go to 20
tiny = (tiny/eps)*100.0
huge = 1.0d0/tiny
c
if (job .eq. 1) dmach = eps
if (job .eq. 2) dmach = tiny
if (job .eq. 3) dmach = huge
return
end