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       fplll  - fplll applies LLL, BKZ or SVP on a given set of row vectors (either from stdin or
       in a file given as parameter)


       fplll [options] [file]


       See  /usr/share/doc/libfplll-dev/README.html  from  the  libfplll-dev  package  for   more

   List of options:
       -a [lll|svp|bkz|sld|sdbkz]

              lll  =  LLL-reduce  the  input  matrix  (default) svp = compute a shortest non-zero
              vector of the lattice bkz = BKZ-reduce the input matrix  sld  =  slide  reduce  the
              input matrix sdb = reduce the input matrix using the self dual BKZ variant

       -m [proved|heuristic|fast|wrapper]

              LLL version (default: wrapper)

       -z [int|mpz|double]

              Integer type in LLL (default: mpz)

       -f [mpfr|dpe|double]

              Floating-point type in LLL (proved/heuristic method only; default: dpe)

       -p <precision>

              Floating-point precision (only with -f mpfr)

       -d <delta> (default=0.99)

       -e <eta> (default=0.51)

       -l <lovasz>

       -s <filename.json>

              Load BKZ strategies from filename


              Enable early reduction

       -b <blocksize>

              Size of BKZ blocks


              Enable verbose mode


       Copyright  2005-2012 Damien Stehle, David Cade, Xavier Pujol.  fplll is free software. You
       can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of  the  GNU  Lesser  General  Public
       License  as  published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 2.1 of the License,
       or (at your option) any later version.