SVE Instruction List by Dougall Johnson
# FCVTZU: Floating-point convert to unsigned integer, rounding toward zero (predicated)

FCVTZU Zd.D, Pg/M, Zn.S (SVE (SME

svuint64_t svcvt_u64[_f32]_m(svuint64_t inactive, svbool_t pg, svfloat32_t op)

## 128-bit SVE

Convert each 32-bit floating point value from the even lanes of (1) to an unsigned 64-bit integer, rounding towards zero, with unsigned saturation to 0 or 0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF, writing the results to the corresponding 64-bit elements of (2).

## 256-bit SVE

Convert each 32-bit floating point value from the even lanes of (1) to an unsigned 64-bit integer, rounding towards zero, with unsigned saturation to 0 or 0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF, writing the results to the corresponding 64-bit elements of (2).

## 512-bit SVE

Convert each 32-bit floating point value from the even lanes of (1) to an unsigned 64-bit integer, rounding towards zero, with unsigned saturation to 0 or 0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF, writing the results to the corresponding 64-bit elements of (2).

## Larger sizes

## 1024-bit SVE

Convert each 32-bit floating point value from the even lanes of (1) to an unsigned 64-bit integer, rounding towards zero, with unsigned saturation to 0 or 0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF, writing the results to the corresponding 64-bit elements of (2).

## 2048-bit SVE

Convert each 32-bit floating point value from the even lanes of (1) to an unsigned 64-bit integer, rounding towards zero, with unsigned saturation to 0 or 0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF, writing the results to the corresponding 64-bit elements of (2).

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Inspired by and based on the x86/x64 SIMD Instruction List by Daytime.