# uncomplicate.neanderthal.integer

Contains type-specific primitive integer functions, equivalents of functions from the uncomplicate.neanderthal.core namespace. Typically, you would want to require this namespace if you need to compute matrices that contain longs and/or ints. Please keep in mind that most of higher-level BLAS functions are supported for integers. For example, operations such as matrix multiplication is not supported for integers, nor it makes much sense in general case for big matrices.

### Example

```
(ns test
(:require [uncomplicate.neanderthal
[core :refer :all :exclude [entry entry! dot nrm2 asum sum]]
[integer :refer :all]]))
```

### entry

`(entry x i)`

`(entry a i j)`

The primitive, much faster, version of uncomplicate.neanderthal.core/entry.

### entry!

`(entry! x val)`

`(entry! x i val)`

`(entry! a i j val)`

The primitive, much faster, version of uncomplicate.neanderthal.core/entry!.