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printf-args.h File Reference
#include <stddef.h>
#include <stdarg.h>
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Classes

struct  argument
struct  arguments
union  argument.a

Defines

#define PRINTF_FETCHARGS   printf_fetchargs

Enumerations

enum  arg_type {
  TYPE_NONE, TYPE_SCHAR, TYPE_UCHAR, TYPE_SHORT,
  TYPE_USHORT, TYPE_INT, TYPE_UINT, TYPE_LONGINT,
  TYPE_ULONGINT, TYPE_DOUBLE, TYPE_LONGDOUBLE, TYPE_CHAR,
  TYPE_STRING, TYPE_POINTER, TYPE_COUNT_SCHAR_POINTER, TYPE_COUNT_SHORT_POINTER,
  TYPE_COUNT_INT_POINTER, TYPE_COUNT_LONGINT_POINTER
}

Functions

int PRINTF_FETCHARGS (va_list args, arguments *a)

Class Documentation

struct argument

Definition at line 92 of file printf-args.h.

Class Members
union argument a
arg_type type
struct arguments

Definition at line 139 of file printf-args.h.

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Class Members
argument * arg
size_t count
union argument.a

Definition at line 95 of file printf-args.h.

Class Members
int a_char
int * a_count_int_pointer
long int * a_count_longint_pointer
signed char * a_count_schar_pointer
short * a_count_short_pointer
double a_double
float a_float
int a_int
long double a_longdouble
long int a_longint
void * a_pointer
signed char a_schar
short a_short
const char * a_string
unsigned char a_uchar
unsigned int a_uint
unsigned long int a_ulongint
unsigned short a_ushort

Define Documentation

#define PRINTF_FETCHARGS   printf_fetchargs

Definition at line 29 of file printf-args.h.


Enumeration Type Documentation

enum arg_type
Enumerator:
TYPE_NONE 
TYPE_SCHAR 
TYPE_UCHAR 
TYPE_SHORT 
TYPE_USHORT 
TYPE_INT 
TYPE_UINT 
TYPE_LONGINT 
TYPE_ULONGINT 
TYPE_DOUBLE 
TYPE_LONGDOUBLE 
TYPE_CHAR 
TYPE_STRING 
TYPE_POINTER 
TYPE_COUNT_SCHAR_POINTER 
TYPE_COUNT_SHORT_POINTER 
TYPE_COUNT_INT_POINTER 
TYPE_COUNT_LONGINT_POINTER 

Definition at line 50 of file printf-args.h.

{
  TYPE_NONE,
  TYPE_SCHAR,
  TYPE_UCHAR,
  TYPE_SHORT,
  TYPE_USHORT,
  TYPE_INT,
  TYPE_UINT,
  TYPE_LONGINT,
  TYPE_ULONGINT,
#if HAVE_LONG_LONG_INT
  TYPE_LONGLONGINT,
  TYPE_ULONGLONGINT,
#endif
  TYPE_DOUBLE,
  TYPE_LONGDOUBLE,
  TYPE_CHAR,
#if HAVE_WINT_T
  TYPE_WIDE_CHAR,
#endif
  TYPE_STRING,
#if HAVE_WCHAR_T
  TYPE_WIDE_STRING,
#endif
  TYPE_POINTER,
  TYPE_COUNT_SCHAR_POINTER,
  TYPE_COUNT_SHORT_POINTER,
  TYPE_COUNT_INT_POINTER,
  TYPE_COUNT_LONGINT_POINTER
#if HAVE_LONG_LONG_INT
, TYPE_COUNT_LONGLONGINT_POINTER
#endif
#if ENABLE_UNISTDIO
  /* The unistdio extensions.  */
, TYPE_U8_STRING
, TYPE_U16_STRING
, TYPE_U32_STRING
#endif
} arg_type;

Function Documentation

int PRINTF_FETCHARGS ( va_list  args,
arguments a 
)

Definition at line 37 of file printf-args.c.

{
  size_t i;
  argument *ap;

  for (i = 0, ap = &a->arg[0]; i < a->count; i++, ap++)
    switch (ap->type)
      {
      case TYPE_SCHAR:
        ap->a.a_schar = va_arg (args, /*signed char*/ int);
        break;
      case TYPE_UCHAR:
        ap->a.a_uchar = va_arg (args, /*unsigned char*/ int);
        break;
      case TYPE_SHORT:
        ap->a.a_short = va_arg (args, /*short*/ int);
        break;
      case TYPE_USHORT:
        ap->a.a_ushort = va_arg (args, /*unsigned short*/ int);
        break;
      case TYPE_INT:
        ap->a.a_int = va_arg (args, int);
        break;
      case TYPE_UINT:
        ap->a.a_uint = va_arg (args, unsigned int);
        break;
      case TYPE_LONGINT:
        ap->a.a_longint = va_arg (args, long int);
        break;
      case TYPE_ULONGINT:
        ap->a.a_ulongint = va_arg (args, unsigned long int);
        break;
#if HAVE_LONG_LONG_INT
      case TYPE_LONGLONGINT:
        ap->a.a_longlongint = va_arg (args, long long int);
        break;
      case TYPE_ULONGLONGINT:
        ap->a.a_ulonglongint = va_arg (args, unsigned long long int);
        break;
#endif
      case TYPE_DOUBLE:
        ap->a.a_double = va_arg (args, double);
        break;
      case TYPE_LONGDOUBLE:
        ap->a.a_longdouble = va_arg (args, long double);
        break;
      case TYPE_CHAR:
        ap->a.a_char = va_arg (args, int);
        break;
#if HAVE_WINT_T
      case TYPE_WIDE_CHAR:
        /* Although ISO C 99 7.24.1.(2) says that wint_t is "unchanged by
           default argument promotions", this is not the case in mingw32,
           where wint_t is 'unsigned short'.  */
        ap->a.a_wide_char =
          (sizeof (wint_t) < sizeof (int)
           ? va_arg (args, int)
           : va_arg (args, wint_t));
        break;
#endif
      case TYPE_STRING:
        ap->a.a_string = va_arg (args, const char *);
        /* A null pointer is an invalid argument for "%s", but in practice
           it occurs quite frequently in printf statements that produce
           debug output.  Use a fallback in this case.  */
        if (ap->a.a_string == NULL)
          ap->a.a_string = "(NULL)";
        break;
#if HAVE_WCHAR_T
      case TYPE_WIDE_STRING:
        ap->a.a_wide_string = va_arg (args, const wchar_t *);
        /* A null pointer is an invalid argument for "%ls", but in practice
           it occurs quite frequently in printf statements that produce
           debug output.  Use a fallback in this case.  */
        if (ap->a.a_wide_string == NULL)
          {
            static const wchar_t wide_null_string[] =
              {
                (wchar_t)'(',
                (wchar_t)'N', (wchar_t)'U', (wchar_t)'L', (wchar_t)'L',
                (wchar_t)')',
                (wchar_t)0
              };
            ap->a.a_wide_string = wide_null_string;
          }
        break;
#endif
      case TYPE_POINTER:
        ap->a.a_pointer = va_arg (args, void *);
        break;
      case TYPE_COUNT_SCHAR_POINTER:
        ap->a.a_count_schar_pointer = va_arg (args, signed char *);
        break;
      case TYPE_COUNT_SHORT_POINTER:
        ap->a.a_count_short_pointer = va_arg (args, short *);
        break;
      case TYPE_COUNT_INT_POINTER:
        ap->a.a_count_int_pointer = va_arg (args, int *);
        break;
      case TYPE_COUNT_LONGINT_POINTER:
        ap->a.a_count_longint_pointer = va_arg (args, long int *);
        break;
#if HAVE_LONG_LONG_INT
      case TYPE_COUNT_LONGLONGINT_POINTER:
        ap->a.a_count_longlongint_pointer = va_arg (args, long long int *);
        break;
#endif
#if ENABLE_UNISTDIO
      /* The unistdio extensions.  */
      case TYPE_U8_STRING:
        ap->a.a_u8_string = va_arg (args, const uint8_t *);
        /* A null pointer is an invalid argument for "%U", but in practice
           it occurs quite frequently in printf statements that produce
           debug output.  Use a fallback in this case.  */
        if (ap->a.a_u8_string == NULL)
          {
            static const uint8_t u8_null_string[] =
              { '(', 'N', 'U', 'L', 'L', ')', 0 };
            ap->a.a_u8_string = u8_null_string;
          }
        break;
      case TYPE_U16_STRING:
        ap->a.a_u16_string = va_arg (args, const uint16_t *);
        /* A null pointer is an invalid argument for "%lU", but in practice
           it occurs quite frequently in printf statements that produce
           debug output.  Use a fallback in this case.  */
        if (ap->a.a_u16_string == NULL)
          {
            static const uint16_t u16_null_string[] =
              { '(', 'N', 'U', 'L', 'L', ')', 0 };
            ap->a.a_u16_string = u16_null_string;
          }
        break;
      case TYPE_U32_STRING:
        ap->a.a_u32_string = va_arg (args, const uint32_t *);
        /* A null pointer is an invalid argument for "%llU", but in practice
           it occurs quite frequently in printf statements that produce
           debug output.  Use a fallback in this case.  */
        if (ap->a.a_u32_string == NULL)
          {
            static const uint32_t u32_null_string[] =
              { '(', 'N', 'U', 'L', 'L', ')', 0 };
            ap->a.a_u32_string = u32_null_string;
          }
        break;
#endif
      default:
        /* Unknown type.  */
        return -1;
      }
  return 0;
}

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