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I have tried the listings package, but the question is that I can not type math equation in it. (The line number on the left start from the first line, i.e. type val is also OK for me.)

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    For things like this, you might be interested in algorithm2e and/or other related pseudocode packages (algorithmicx, algpseudocode, etc.). – Paul Gessler Jan 2 '15 at 15:12
  • @PaulGessler: Thanks, I am trying the algorithm2e package. – Yulong Ao Jan 2 '15 at 16:11
  • @PaulGessler I think you should turn your comment into an answer? – Gonzalo Medina Feb 15 '15 at 3:14

An attempt with algorithm2e. There's surely a better way to do the first three lines, and with the better method I bet it is possible to have them unnumbered. But anyway, my first shot (not an expert in typesetting algorithms :-)):

\usepackage{amsmath} % for \text{} in math
\usepackage{geometry} % margin adjust to fit wide comment in one line
  linesnumbered, % number lines
  noline,        % no vertical rule delimiting blocks
  noend,         % do not typeset "end" of blocks
  nofillcomment, % do not stretch comment width to fill the line
\SetKwComment{tcc}{\texttt{/*} }{ \texttt{*/}}

  {\type $\val : \real [K_{rc} \cdot r \cdot c]$}\;
  {\type $\ind : \int [K_{rc}]$}\;
  {\type $\ptr : \int [\frac{m}{r} + 1]$}\;
  \ForEach{block row $I$}{
    $i_o \leftarrow I \cdot r$ \tcc{starting row}
    Let $\hat{y} \leftarrow y_{i_{0}:(i_0)+r-1}$ \tcc{Can store in registers}
    \For{$L=\ptr [I]$ \KwTo $\ptr [I+1] - 1$}{
      $j_0 \leftarrow \ind [L] \cdot c$ \tcc{starting column}
      Let $\hat{x} \leftarrow x_{j_0:(j_0+c-1)}$ \tcc{Can store in registers}
      Let $\hat{A} \leftarrow a_{i_0:(i_o+r-1), j_0:(j_0+c-1)}$
      \tcc{$\hat{A} = \text{block of $A$ stored in $\val [(L \cdot r \cdot c) : ((L+1) \cdot r \cdot c -1)]$}$}
      Perform $r \times c$ block multiply, $\hat{y} \leftarrow \hat{y} + \hat{A} \cdot \hat{x}$
    Store $\hat{y}$

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