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/*
Formatting library for C++
Copyright (c) 2012 - present, Victor Zverovich
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*/
#ifndef FMT_FORMAT_H_
#define FMT_FORMAT_H_
#include <algorithm>
#include <cassert>
#include <cmath>
#include <cstring>
#include <limits>
#include <memory>
#include <stdexcept>
#include <stdint.h>
#ifdef __clang__
# define FMT_CLANG_VERSION (__clang_major__ * 100 + __clang_minor__)
#else
# define FMT_CLANG_VERSION 0
#endif
#ifdef __INTEL_COMPILER
# define FMT_ICC_VERSION __INTEL_COMPILER
#elif defined(__ICL)
# define FMT_ICC_VERSION __ICL
#else
# define FMT_ICC_VERSION 0
#endif
#ifdef __NVCC__
# define FMT_CUDA_VERSION (__CUDACC_VER_MAJOR__ * 100 + __CUDACC_VER_MINOR__)
#else
# define FMT_CUDA_VERSION 0
#endif
#include "core.h"
#if FMT_GCC_VERSION >= 406 || FMT_CLANG_VERSION
# pragma GCC diagnostic push
// Disable the warning about declaration shadowing because it affects too
// many valid cases.
# pragma GCC diagnostic ignored "-Wshadow"
// Disable the warning about implicit conversions that may change the sign of
// an integer; silencing it otherwise would require many explicit casts.
# pragma GCC diagnostic ignored "-Wsign-conversion"
// Disable the warning about nonliteral format strings because we construct
// them dynamically when falling back to snprintf for FP formatting.
# pragma GCC diagnostic ignored "-Wformat-nonliteral"
#endif
# if FMT_CLANG_VERSION
# pragma GCC diagnostic ignored "-Wgnu-string-literal-operator-template"
# endif
#ifdef _SECURE_SCL
# define FMT_SECURE_SCL _SECURE_SCL
#else
# define FMT_SECURE_SCL 0
#endif
#if FMT_SECURE_SCL
# include <iterator>
#endif
#ifdef __has_builtin
# define FMT_HAS_BUILTIN(x) __has_builtin(x)
#else
# define FMT_HAS_BUILTIN(x) 0
#endif
#ifdef __GNUC_LIBSTD__
# define FMT_GNUC_LIBSTD_VERSION (__GNUC_LIBSTD__ * 100 + __GNUC_LIBSTD_MINOR__)
#endif
#ifndef FMT_THROW
# if FMT_EXCEPTIONS
# if FMT_MSC_VER
FMT_BEGIN_NAMESPACE
namespace internal {
template <typename Exception>
inline void do_throw(const Exception &x) {
// Silence unreachable code warnings in MSVC because these are nearly
// impossible to fix in a generic code.
volatile bool b = true;
if (b)
throw x;
}
}
FMT_END_NAMESPACE
# define FMT_THROW(x) fmt::internal::do_throw(x)
# else
# define FMT_THROW(x) throw x
# endif
# else
# define FMT_THROW(x) do { static_cast<void>(sizeof(x)); assert(false); } while(false);
# endif
#endif
#ifndef FMT_USE_USER_DEFINED_LITERALS
// For Intel's compiler and NVIDIA's compiler both it and the system gcc/msc
// must support UDLs.
# if (FMT_HAS_FEATURE(cxx_user_literals) || \
FMT_GCC_VERSION >= 407 || FMT_MSC_VER >= 1900) && \
(!(FMT_ICC_VERSION || FMT_CUDA_VERSION) || \
FMT_ICC_VERSION >= 1500 || FMT_CUDA_VERSION >= 700)
# define FMT_USE_USER_DEFINED_LITERALS 1
# else
# define FMT_USE_USER_DEFINED_LITERALS 0
# endif
#endif
// EDG C++ Front End based compilers (icc, nvcc) do not currently support UDL
// templates.
#if FMT_USE_USER_DEFINED_LITERALS && \
FMT_ICC_VERSION == 0 && \
FMT_CUDA_VERSION == 0 && \
((FMT_GCC_VERSION >= 600 && __cplusplus >= 201402L) || \
(defined(FMT_CLANG_VERSION) && FMT_CLANG_VERSION >= 304))
# define FMT_UDL_TEMPLATE 1
#else
# define FMT_UDL_TEMPLATE 0
#endif
#ifndef FMT_USE_EXTERN_TEMPLATES
# ifndef FMT_HEADER_ONLY
# define FMT_USE_EXTERN_TEMPLATES \
((FMT_CLANG_VERSION >= 209 && __cplusplus >= 201103L) || \
(FMT_GCC_VERSION >= 303 && FMT_HAS_GXX_CXX11))
# else
# define FMT_USE_EXTERN_TEMPLATES 0
# endif
#endif
#if FMT_HAS_GXX_CXX11 || FMT_HAS_FEATURE(cxx_trailing_return) || \
FMT_MSC_VER >= 1600
# define FMT_USE_TRAILING_RETURN 1
#else
# define FMT_USE_TRAILING_RETURN 0
#endif
#ifndef FMT_USE_GRISU
# define FMT_USE_GRISU 0
//# define FMT_USE_GRISU std::numeric_limits<double>::is_iec559
#endif
// __builtin_clz is broken in clang with Microsoft CodeGen:
// https://github.com/fmtlib/fmt/issues/519
#ifndef _MSC_VER
# if FMT_GCC_VERSION >= 400 || FMT_HAS_BUILTIN(__builtin_clz)
# define FMT_BUILTIN_CLZ(n) __builtin_clz(n)
# endif
# if FMT_GCC_VERSION >= 400 || FMT_HAS_BUILTIN(__builtin_clzll)
# define FMT_BUILTIN_CLZLL(n) __builtin_clzll(n)
# endif
#endif
// Some compilers masquerade as both MSVC and GCC-likes or otherwise support
// __builtin_clz and __builtin_clzll, so only define FMT_BUILTIN_CLZ using the
// MSVC intrinsics if the clz and clzll builtins are not available.
#if FMT_MSC_VER && !defined(FMT_BUILTIN_CLZLL) && !defined(_MANAGED)
# include <intrin.h> // _BitScanReverse, _BitScanReverse64
FMT_BEGIN_NAMESPACE
namespace internal {
// Avoid Clang with Microsoft CodeGen's -Wunknown-pragmas warning.
# ifndef __clang__
# pragma intrinsic(_BitScanReverse)
# endif
inline uint32_t clz(uint32_t x) {
unsigned long r = 0;
_BitScanReverse(&r, x);
assert(x != 0);
// Static analysis complains about using uninitialized data
// "r", but the only way that can happen is if "x" is 0,
// which the callers guarantee to not happen.
# pragma warning(suppress: 6102)
return 31 - r;
}
# define FMT_BUILTIN_CLZ(n) fmt::internal::clz(n)
# if defined(_WIN64) && !defined(__clang__)
# pragma intrinsic(_BitScanReverse64)
# endif
inline uint32_t clzll(uint64_t x) {
unsigned long r = 0;
# ifdef _WIN64
_BitScanReverse64(&r, x);
# else
// Scan the high 32 bits.
if (_BitScanReverse(&r, static_cast<uint32_t>(x >> 32)))
return 63 - (r + 32);
// Scan the low 32 bits.
_BitScanReverse(&r, static_cast<uint32_t>(x));
# endif
assert(x != 0);
// Static analysis complains about using uninitialized data
// "r", but the only way that can happen is if "x" is 0,
// which the callers guarantee to not happen.
# pragma warning(suppress: 6102)
return 63 - r;
}
# define FMT_BUILTIN_CLZLL(n) fmt::internal::clzll(n)
}
FMT_END_NAMESPACE
#endif
FMT_BEGIN_NAMESPACE
namespace internal {
// An equivalent of `*reinterpret_cast<Dest*>(&source)` that doesn't produce
// undefined behavior (e.g. due to type aliasing).
// Example: uint64_t d = bit_cast<uint64_t>(2.718);
template <typename Dest, typename Source>
inline Dest bit_cast(const Source& source) {
static_assert(sizeof(Dest) == sizeof(Source), "size mismatch");
Dest dest;
std::memcpy(&dest, &source, sizeof(dest));
return dest;
}
// An implementation of begin and end for pre-C++11 compilers such as gcc 4.
template <typename C>
FMT_CONSTEXPR auto begin(const C &c) -> decltype(c.begin()) {
return c.begin();
}
template <typename T, std::size_t N>
FMT_CONSTEXPR T *begin(T (&array)[N]) FMT_NOEXCEPT { return array; }
template <typename C>
FMT_CONSTEXPR auto end(const C &c) -> decltype(c.end()) { return c.end(); }
template <typename T, std::size_t N>
FMT_CONSTEXPR T *end(T (&array)[N]) FMT_NOEXCEPT { return array + N; }
// For std::result_of in gcc 4.4.
template <typename Result>
struct function {
template <typename T>
struct result { typedef Result type; };
};
struct dummy_int {
int data[2];
operator int() const { return 0; }
};
typedef std::numeric_limits<internal::dummy_int> fputil;
// Dummy implementations of system functions called if the latter are not
// available.
inline dummy_int isinf(...) { return dummy_int(); }
inline dummy_int _finite(...) { return dummy_int(); }
inline dummy_int isnan(...) { return dummy_int(); }
inline dummy_int _isnan(...) { return dummy_int(); }
template <typename Allocator>
typename Allocator::value_type *allocate(Allocator& alloc, std::size_t n) {
#if __cplusplus >= 201103L || FMT_MSC_VER >= 1700
return std::allocator_traits<Allocator>::allocate(alloc, n);
#else
return alloc.allocate(n);
#endif
}
// A helper function to suppress bogus "conditional expression is constant"
// warnings.
template <typename T>
inline T const_check(T value) { return value; }
} // namespace internal
FMT_END_NAMESPACE
namespace std {
// Standard permits specialization of std::numeric_limits. This specialization
// is used to resolve ambiguity between isinf and std::isinf in glibc:
// https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=48891
// and the same for isnan.
template <>
class numeric_limits<fmt::internal::dummy_int> :
public std::numeric_limits<int> {
public:
// Portable version of isinf.
template <typename T>
static bool isinfinity(T x) {
using namespace fmt::internal;
// The resolution "priority" is:
// isinf macro > std::isinf > ::isinf > fmt::internal::isinf
if (const_check(sizeof(isinf(x)) != sizeof(fmt::internal::dummy_int)))
return isinf(x) != 0;
return !_finite(static_cast<double>(x));
}
// Portable version of isnan.
template <typename T>
static bool isnotanumber(T x) {
using namespace fmt::internal;
if (const_check(sizeof(isnan(x)) != sizeof(fmt::internal::dummy_int)))
return isnan(x) != 0;
return _isnan(static_cast<double>(x)) != 0;
}
};
} // namespace std
FMT_BEGIN_NAMESPACE
template <typename Range>
class basic_writer;
template <typename OutputIt, typename T = typename OutputIt::value_type>
class output_range {
private:
OutputIt it_;
// Unused yet.
typedef void sentinel;
sentinel end() const;
public:
typedef OutputIt iterator;
typedef T value_type;
explicit output_range(OutputIt it): it_(it) {}
OutputIt begin() const { return it_; }
};
// A range where begin() returns back_insert_iterator.
template <typename Container>
class back_insert_range:
public output_range<std::back_insert_iterator<Container>> {
typedef output_range<std::back_insert_iterator<Container>> base;
public:
typedef typename Container::value_type value_type;
back_insert_range(Container &c): base(std::back_inserter(c)) {}
back_insert_range(typename base::iterator it): base(it) {}
};
typedef basic_writer<back_insert_range<internal::buffer>> writer;
typedef basic_writer<back_insert_range<internal::wbuffer>> wwriter;
/** A formatting error such as invalid format string. */
class format_error : public std::runtime_error {
public:
explicit format_error(const char *message)
: std::runtime_error(message) {}
explicit format_error(const std::string &message)
: std::runtime_error(message) {}
};
namespace internal {
#if FMT_SECURE_SCL
template <typename T>
struct checked { typedef stdext::checked_array_iterator<T*> type; };
// Make a checked iterator to avoid warnings on MSVC.
template <typename T>
inline stdext::checked_array_iterator<T*> make_checked(T *p, std::size_t size) {
return {p, size};
}
#else
template <typename T>
struct checked { typedef T *type; };
template <typename T>
inline T *make_checked(T *p, std::size_t) { return p; }
#endif
template <typename T>
template <typename U>
void basic_buffer<T>::append(const U *begin, const U *end) {
std::size_t new_size = size_ + internal::to_unsigned(end - begin);
reserve(new_size);
std::uninitialized_copy(begin, end,
internal::make_checked(ptr_, capacity_) + size_);
size_ = new_size;
}
} // namespace internal
// C++20 feature test, since r346892 Clang considers char8_t a fundamental
// type in this mode. If this is the case __cpp_char8_t will be defined.
#if !defined(__cpp_char8_t)
// A UTF-8 code unit type.
enum char8_t: unsigned char {};
#endif
// A UTF-8 string view.
class u8string_view : public basic_string_view<char8_t> {
public:
typedef char8_t char_type;
u8string_view(const char *s):
basic_string_view<char8_t>(reinterpret_cast<const char8_t*>(s)) {}
u8string_view(const char *s, size_t count) FMT_NOEXCEPT:
basic_string_view<char8_t>(reinterpret_cast<const char8_t*>(s), count) {}
};
#if FMT_USE_USER_DEFINED_LITERALS
inline namespace literals {
inline u8string_view operator"" _u(const char *s, std::size_t n) {
return {s, n};
}
}
#endif
// The number of characters to store in the basic_memory_buffer object itself
// to avoid dynamic memory allocation.
enum { inline_buffer_size = 500 };
/**
\rst
A dynamically growing memory buffer for trivially copyable/constructible types
with the first ``SIZE`` elements stored in the object itself.
You can use one of the following typedefs for common character types:
+----------------+------------------------------+
| Type | Definition |
+================+==============================+
| memory_buffer | basic_memory_buffer<char> |
+----------------+------------------------------+
| wmemory_buffer | basic_memory_buffer<wchar_t> |
+----------------+------------------------------+
**Example**::
fmt::memory_buffer out;
format_to(out, "The answer is {}.", 42);
This will append the following output to the ``out`` object:
.. code-block:: none
The answer is 42.
The output can be converted to an ``std::string`` with ``to_string(out)``.
\endrst
*/
template <typename T, std::size_t SIZE = inline_buffer_size,
typename Allocator = std::allocator<T> >
class basic_memory_buffer: private Allocator, public internal::basic_buffer<T> {
private:
T store_[SIZE];
// Deallocate memory allocated by the buffer.
void deallocate() {
T* data = this->data();
if (data != store_) Allocator::deallocate(data, this->capacity());
}
protected:
void grow(std::size_t size) FMT_OVERRIDE;
public:
explicit basic_memory_buffer(const Allocator &alloc = Allocator())
: Allocator(alloc) {
this->set(store_, SIZE);
}
~basic_memory_buffer() { deallocate(); }
private:
// Move data from other to this buffer.
void move(basic_memory_buffer &other) {
Allocator &this_alloc = *this, &other_alloc = other;
this_alloc = std::move(other_alloc);
T* data = other.data();
std::size_t size = other.size(), capacity = other.capacity();
if (data == other.store_) {
this->set(store_, capacity);
std::uninitialized_copy(other.store_, other.store_ + size,
internal::make_checked(store_, capacity));
} else {
this->set(data, capacity);
// Set pointer to the inline array so that delete is not called
// when deallocating.
other.set(other.store_, 0);
}
this->resize(size);
}
public:
/**
\rst
Constructs a :class:`fmt::basic_memory_buffer` object moving the content
of the other object to it.
\endrst
*/
basic_memory_buffer(basic_memory_buffer &&other) {
move(other);
}
/**
\rst
Moves the content of the other ``basic_memory_buffer`` object to this one.
\endrst
*/
basic_memory_buffer &operator=(basic_memory_buffer &&other) {
assert(this != &other);
deallocate();
move(other);
return *this;
}
// Returns a copy of the allocator associated with this buffer.
Allocator get_allocator() const { return *this; }
};
template <typename T, std::size_t SIZE, typename Allocator>
void basic_memory_buffer<T, SIZE, Allocator>::grow(std::size_t size) {
std::size_t old_capacity = this->capacity();
std::size_t new_capacity = old_capacity + old_capacity / 2;
if (size > new_capacity)
new_capacity = size;
T *old_data = this->data();
T *new_data = internal::allocate<Allocator>(*this, new_capacity);
// The following code doesn't throw, so the raw pointer above doesn't leak.
std::uninitialized_copy(old_data, old_data + this->size(),
internal::make_checked(new_data, new_capacity));
this->set(new_data, new_capacity);
// deallocate must not throw according to the standard, but even if it does,
// the buffer already uses the new storage and will deallocate it in
// destructor.
if (old_data != store_)
Allocator::deallocate(old_data, old_capacity);
}
typedef basic_memory_buffer<char> memory_buffer;
typedef basic_memory_buffer<wchar_t> wmemory_buffer;
namespace internal {
template <typename Char>
struct char_traits;
template <>
struct char_traits<char> {
// Formats a floating-point number.
template <typename T>
FMT_API static int format_float(char *buffer, std::size_t size,
const char *format, int precision, T value);
};
template <>
struct char_traits<wchar_t> {
template <typename T>
FMT_API static int format_float(wchar_t *buffer, std::size_t size,
const wchar_t *format, int precision, T value);
};
#if FMT_USE_EXTERN_TEMPLATES
extern template int char_traits<char>::format_float<double>(
char *buffer, std::size_t size, const char* format, int precision,
double value);
extern template int char_traits<char>::format_float<long double>(
char *buffer, std::size_t size, const char* format, int precision,
long double value);
extern template int char_traits<wchar_t>::format_float<double>(
wchar_t *buffer, std::size_t size, const wchar_t* format, int precision,
double value);
extern template int char_traits<wchar_t>::format_float<long double>(
wchar_t *buffer, std::size_t size, const wchar_t* format, int precision,
long double value);
#endif
template <typename Container>
inline typename std::enable_if<
is_contiguous<Container>::value,
typename checked<typename Container::value_type>::type>::type
reserve(std::back_insert_iterator<Container> &it, std::size_t n) {
Container &c = internal::get_container(it);
std::size_t size = c.size();
c.resize(size + n);
return make_checked(&c[size], n);
}
template <typename Iterator>
inline Iterator &reserve(Iterator &it, std::size_t) { return it; }
template <typename Char>
class null_terminating_iterator;
template <typename Char>
FMT_CONSTEXPR_DECL const Char *pointer_from(null_terminating_iterator<Char> it);
// An iterator that produces a null terminator on *end. This simplifies parsing
// and allows comparing the performance of processing a null-terminated string
// vs string_view.
template <typename Char>
class null_terminating_iterator {
public:
typedef std::ptrdiff_t difference_type;
typedef Char value_type;
typedef const Char* pointer;
typedef const Char& reference;
typedef std::random_access_iterator_tag iterator_category;
null_terminating_iterator() : ptr_(0), end_(0) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR null_terminating_iterator(const Char *ptr, const Char *end)
: ptr_(ptr), end_(end) {}
template <typename Range>
FMT_CONSTEXPR explicit null_terminating_iterator(const Range &r)
: ptr_(r.begin()), end_(r.end()) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR null_terminating_iterator &operator=(const Char *ptr) {
assert(ptr <= end_);
ptr_ = ptr;
return *this;
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR Char operator*() const {
return ptr_ != end_ ? *ptr_ : Char();
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR null_terminating_iterator operator++() {
++ptr_;
return *this;
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR null_terminating_iterator operator++(int) {
null_terminating_iterator result(*this);
++ptr_;
return result;
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR null_terminating_iterator operator--() {
--ptr_;
return *this;
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR null_terminating_iterator operator+(difference_type n) {
return null_terminating_iterator(ptr_ + n, end_);
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR null_terminating_iterator operator-(difference_type n) {
return null_terminating_iterator(ptr_ - n, end_);
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR null_terminating_iterator operator+=(difference_type n) {
ptr_ += n;
return *this;
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR difference_type operator-(
null_terminating_iterator other) const {
return ptr_ - other.ptr_;
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR bool operator!=(null_terminating_iterator other) const {
return ptr_ != other.ptr_;
}
bool operator>=(null_terminating_iterator other) const {
return ptr_ >= other.ptr_;
}
// This should be a friend specialization pointer_from<Char> but the latter
// doesn't compile by gcc 5.1 due to a compiler bug.
template <typename CharT>
friend FMT_CONSTEXPR_DECL const CharT *pointer_from(
null_terminating_iterator<CharT> it);
private:
const Char *ptr_;
const Char *end_;
};
template <typename T>
FMT_CONSTEXPR const T *pointer_from(const T *p) { return p; }
template <typename Char>
FMT_CONSTEXPR const Char *pointer_from(null_terminating_iterator<Char> it) {
return it.ptr_;
}
// An output iterator that counts the number of objects written to it and
// discards them.
template <typename T>
class counting_iterator {
private:
std::size_t count_;
mutable T blackhole_;
public:
typedef std::output_iterator_tag iterator_category;
typedef T value_type;
typedef std::ptrdiff_t difference_type;
typedef T* pointer;
typedef T& reference;
typedef counting_iterator _Unchecked_type; // Mark iterator as checked.
counting_iterator(): count_(0) {}
std::size_t count() const { return count_; }
counting_iterator& operator++() {
++count_;
return *this;
}
counting_iterator operator++(int) {
auto it = *this;
++*this;
return it;
}
T &operator*() const { return blackhole_; }
};
template <typename OutputIt>
class truncating_iterator_base {
protected:
OutputIt out_;
std::size_t limit_;
std::size_t count_;
truncating_iterator_base(OutputIt out, std::size_t limit)
: out_(out), limit_(limit), count_(0) {}
public:
typedef std::output_iterator_tag iterator_category;
typedef void difference_type;
typedef void pointer;
typedef void reference;
typedef truncating_iterator_base _Unchecked_type; // Mark iterator as checked.
OutputIt base() const { return out_; }
std::size_t count() const { return count_; }
};
// An output iterator that truncates the output and counts the number of objects
// written to it.
template <typename OutputIt, typename Enable = typename std::is_void<
typename std::iterator_traits<OutputIt>::value_type>::type>
class truncating_iterator;
template <typename OutputIt>
class truncating_iterator<OutputIt, std::false_type>:
public truncating_iterator_base<OutputIt> {
typedef std::iterator_traits<OutputIt> traits;
mutable typename traits::value_type blackhole_;
public:
typedef typename traits::value_type value_type;
truncating_iterator(OutputIt out, std::size_t limit)
: truncating_iterator_base<OutputIt>(out, limit) {}
truncating_iterator& operator++() {
if (this->count_++ < this->limit_)
++this->out_;
return *this;
}
truncating_iterator operator++(int) {
auto it = *this;
++*this;
return it;
}
value_type& operator*() const {
return this->count_ < this->limit_ ? *this->out_ : blackhole_;
}
};
template <typename OutputIt>
class truncating_iterator<OutputIt, std::true_type>:
public truncating_iterator_base<OutputIt> {
public:
typedef typename OutputIt::container_type::value_type value_type;
truncating_iterator(OutputIt out, std::size_t limit)
: truncating_iterator_base<OutputIt>(out, limit) {}
truncating_iterator& operator=(value_type val) {
if (this->count_++ < this->limit_)
this->out_ = val;
return *this;
}
truncating_iterator& operator++() { return *this; }
truncating_iterator& operator++(int) { return *this; }
truncating_iterator& operator*() { return *this; }
};
// Returns true if value is negative, false otherwise.
// Same as (value < 0) but doesn't produce warnings if T is an unsigned type.
template <typename T>
FMT_CONSTEXPR typename std::enable_if<
std::numeric_limits<T>::is_signed, bool>::type is_negative(T value) {
return value < 0;
}
template <typename T>
FMT_CONSTEXPR typename std::enable_if<
!std::numeric_limits<T>::is_signed, bool>::type is_negative(T) {
return false;
}
template <typename T>
struct int_traits {
// Smallest of uint32_t and uint64_t that is large enough to represent
// all values of T.
typedef typename std::conditional<
std::numeric_limits<T>::digits <= 32, uint32_t, uint64_t>::type main_type;
};
// Static data is placed in this class template to allow header-only
// configuration.
template <typename T = void>
struct FMT_API basic_data {
static const uint32_t POWERS_OF_10_32[];
static const uint32_t ZERO_OR_POWERS_OF_10_32[];
static const uint64_t ZERO_OR_POWERS_OF_10_64[];
static const uint64_t POW10_SIGNIFICANDS[];
static const int16_t POW10_EXPONENTS[];
static const char DIGITS[];
static const char FOREGROUND_COLOR[];
static const char BACKGROUND_COLOR[];
static const char RESET_COLOR[];
static const wchar_t WRESET_COLOR[];
};
#if FMT_USE_EXTERN_TEMPLATES
extern template struct basic_data<void>;
#endif
typedef basic_data<> data;
#ifdef FMT_BUILTIN_CLZLL
// Returns the number of decimal digits in n. Leading zeros are not counted
// except for n == 0 in which case count_digits returns 1.
inline unsigned count_digits(uint64_t n) {
// Based on http://graphics.stanford.edu/~seander/bithacks.html#IntegerLog10
// and the benchmark https://github.com/localvoid/cxx-benchmark-count-digits.
int t = (64 - FMT_BUILTIN_CLZLL(n | 1)) * 1233 >> 12;
return to_unsigned(t) - (n < data::ZERO_OR_POWERS_OF_10_64[t]) + 1;
}
#else
// Fallback version of count_digits used when __builtin_clz is not available.
inline unsigned count_digits(uint64_t n) {
unsigned count = 1;
for (;;) {
// Integer division is slow so do it for a group of four digits instead
// of for every digit. The idea comes from the talk by Alexandrescu
// "Three Optimization Tips for C++". See speed-test for a comparison.
if (n < 10) return count;
if (n < 100) return count + 1;
if (n < 1000) return count + 2;
if (n < 10000) return count + 3;
n /= 10000u;
count += 4;
}
}
#endif
template <typename Char>
inline size_t count_code_points(basic_string_view<Char> s) { return s.size(); }
// Counts the number of code points in a UTF-8 string.
FMT_API size_t count_code_points(basic_string_view<char8_t> s);
inline char8_t to_char8_t(char c) { return static_cast<char8_t>(c); }
template <typename InputIt, typename OutChar>
struct needs_conversion: std::integral_constant<bool,
std::is_same<
typename std::iterator_traits<InputIt>::value_type, char>::value &&
std::is_same<OutChar, char8_t>::value> {};
template <typename OutChar, typename InputIt, typename OutputIt>
typename std::enable_if<
!needs_conversion<InputIt, OutChar>::value, OutputIt>::type
copy_str(InputIt begin, InputIt end, OutputIt it) {
return std::copy(begin, end, it);
}
template <typename OutChar, typename InputIt, typename OutputIt>
typename std::enable_if<
needs_conversion<InputIt, OutChar>::value, OutputIt>::type
copy_str(InputIt begin, InputIt end, OutputIt it) {
return std::transform(begin, end, it, to_char8_t);
}
#if FMT_HAS_CPP_ATTRIBUTE(always_inline)
# define FMT_ALWAYS_INLINE __attribute__((always_inline))
#else
# define FMT_ALWAYS_INLINE
#endif
template <typename Handler>
inline char *lg(uint32_t n, Handler h) FMT_ALWAYS_INLINE;
// Computes g = floor(log10(n)) and calls h.on<g>(n);
template <typename Handler>
inline char *lg(uint32_t n, Handler h) {
return n < 100 ? n < 10 ? h.template on<0>(n) : h.template on<1>(n)
: n < 1000000
? n < 10000 ? n < 1000 ? h.template on<2>(n)
: h.template on<3>(n)
: n < 100000 ? h.template on<4>(n)
: h.template on<5>(n)
: n < 100000000 ? n < 10000000 ? h.template on<6>(n)
: h.template on<7>(n)
: n < 1000000000 ? h.template on<8>(n)
: h.template on<9>(n);
}
// An lg handler that formats a decimal number.
// Usage: lg(n, decimal_formatter(buffer));
class decimal_formatter {
private:
char *buffer_;
void write_pair(unsigned N, uint32_t index) {
std::memcpy(buffer_ + N, data::DIGITS + index * 2, 2);
}
public:
explicit decimal_formatter(char *buf) : buffer_(buf) {}
template <unsigned N> char *on(uint32_t u) {
if (N == 0) {
*buffer_ = static_cast<char>(u) + '0';
} else if (N == 1) {
write_pair(0, u);
} else {
// The idea of using 4.32 fixed-point numbers is based on
// https://github.com/jeaiii/itoa
unsigned n = N - 1;
unsigned a = n / 5 * n * 53 / 16;
uint64_t t = ((1ULL << (32 + a)) /
data::ZERO_OR_POWERS_OF_10_32[n] + 1 - n / 9);
t = ((t * u) >> a) + n / 5 * 4;
write_pair(0, t >> 32);
for (unsigned i = 2; i < N; i += 2) {
t = 100ULL * static_cast<uint32_t>(t);
write_pair(i, t >> 32);
}
if (N % 2 == 0) {
buffer_[N] = static_cast<char>(
(10ULL * static_cast<uint32_t>(t)) >> 32) + '0';
}
}
return buffer_ += N + 1;
}
};
// An lg handler that formats a decimal number with a terminating null.
class decimal_formatter_null : public decimal_formatter {
public:
explicit decimal_formatter_null(char *buf) : decimal_formatter(buf) {}
template <unsigned N> char *on(uint32_t u) {
char *buf = decimal_formatter::on<N>(u);
*buf = '\0';
return buf;
}
};
#ifdef FMT_BUILTIN_CLZ
// Optional version of count_digits for better performance on 32-bit platforms.
inline unsigned count_digits(uint32_t n) {
int t = (32 - FMT_BUILTIN_CLZ(n | 1)) * 1233 >> 12;
return to_unsigned(t) - (n < data::ZERO_OR_POWERS_OF_10_32[t]) + 1;
}
#endif
// A functor that doesn't add a thousands separator.
struct no_thousands_sep {
typedef char char_type;
template <typename Char>
void operator()(Char *) {}
enum { size = 0 };
};
// A functor that adds a thousands separator.
template <typename Char>
class add_thousands_sep {
private:
basic_string_view<Char> sep_;
// Index of a decimal digit with the least significant digit having index 0.
unsigned digit_index_;
public:
typedef Char char_type;
explicit add_thousands_sep(basic_string_view<Char> sep)
: sep_(sep), digit_index_(0) {}
void operator()(Char *&buffer) {
if (++digit_index_ % 3 != 0)
return;
buffer -= sep_.size();
std::uninitialized_copy(sep_.data(), sep_.data() + sep_.size(),
internal::make_checked(buffer, sep_.size()));
}
enum { size = 1 };
};
template <typename Char>
FMT_API Char thousands_sep_impl(locale_ref loc);
template <typename Char>
inline Char thousands_sep(locale_ref loc) {
return Char(thousands_sep_impl<char>(loc));
}
template <>
inline wchar_t thousands_sep(locale_ref loc) {
return thousands_sep_impl<wchar_t>(loc);
}
// Formats a decimal unsigned integer value writing into buffer.
// thousands_sep is a functor that is called after writing each char to
// add a thousands separator if necessary.
template <typename UInt, typename Char, typename ThousandsSep>
inline Char *format_decimal(Char *buffer, UInt value, unsigned num_digits,
ThousandsSep thousands_sep) {
buffer += num_digits;
Char *end = buffer;
while (value >= 100) {
// Integer division is slow so do it for a group of two digits instead
// of for every digit. The idea comes from the talk by Alexandrescu
// "Three Optimization Tips for C++". See speed-test for a comparison.
unsigned index = static_cast<unsigned>((value % 100) * 2);
value /= 100;
*--buffer = static_cast<Char>(data::DIGITS[index + 1]);
thousands_sep(buffer);
*--buffer = static_cast<Char>(data::DIGITS[index]);
thousands_sep(buffer);
}
if (value < 10) {
*--buffer = static_cast<Char>('0' + value);
return end;
}
unsigned index = static_cast<unsigned>(value * 2);
*--buffer = static_cast<Char>(data::DIGITS[index + 1]);
thousands_sep(buffer);
*--buffer = static_cast<Char>(data::DIGITS[index]);
return end;
}
template <typename OutChar, typename UInt, typename Iterator,
typename ThousandsSep>
inline Iterator format_decimal(
Iterator out, UInt value, unsigned num_digits, ThousandsSep sep) {
typedef typename ThousandsSep::char_type char_type;
// Buffer should be large enough to hold all digits (<= digits10 + 1).
enum { max_size = std::numeric_limits<UInt>::digits10 + 1 };
FMT_ASSERT(ThousandsSep::size <= 1, "invalid separator");
char_type buffer[max_size + max_size / 3];
auto end = format_decimal(buffer, value, num_digits, sep);
return internal::copy_str<OutChar>(buffer, end, out);
}
template <typename OutChar, typename It, typename UInt>
inline It format_decimal(It out, UInt value, unsigned num_digits) {
return format_decimal<OutChar>(out, value, num_digits, no_thousands_sep());
}
template <unsigned BASE_BITS, typename Char, typename UInt>
inline Char *format_uint(Char *buffer, UInt value, unsigned num_digits,
bool upper = false) {
buffer += num_digits;
Char *end = buffer;
do {
const char *digits = upper ? "0123456789ABCDEF" : "0123456789abcdef";
unsigned digit = (value & ((1 << BASE_BITS) - 1));
*--buffer = static_cast<Char>(BASE_BITS < 4 ? '0' + digit : digits[digit]);
} while ((value >>= BASE_BITS) != 0);
return end;
}
template <unsigned BASE_BITS, typename Char, typename It, typename UInt>
inline It format_uint(It out, UInt value, unsigned num_digits,
bool upper = false) {
// Buffer should be large enough to hold all digits (digits / BASE_BITS + 1)
// and null.
char buffer[std::numeric_limits<UInt>::digits / BASE_BITS + 2];
format_uint<BASE_BITS>(buffer, value, num_digits, upper);
return internal::copy_str<Char>(buffer, buffer + num_digits, out);
}
#ifndef _WIN32
# define FMT_USE_WINDOWS_H 0
#elif !defined(FMT_USE_WINDOWS_H)
# define FMT_USE_WINDOWS_H 1
#endif
// Define FMT_USE_WINDOWS_H to 0 to disable use of windows.h.
// All the functionality that relies on it will be disabled too.
#if FMT_USE_WINDOWS_H
// A converter from UTF-8 to UTF-16.
// It is only provided for Windows since other systems support UTF-8 natively.
class utf8_to_utf16 {
private:
wmemory_buffer buffer_;
public:
FMT_API explicit utf8_to_utf16(string_view s);
operator wstring_view() const { return wstring_view(&buffer_[0], size()); }
size_t size() const { return buffer_.size() - 1; }
const wchar_t *c_str() const { return &buffer_[0]; }
std::wstring str() const { return std::wstring(&buffer_[0], size()); }
};
// A converter from UTF-16 to UTF-8.
// It is only provided for Windows since other systems support UTF-8 natively.
class utf16_to_utf8 {
private:
memory_buffer buffer_;
public:
utf16_to_utf8() {}
FMT_API explicit utf16_to_utf8(wstring_view s);
operator string_view() const { return string_view(&buffer_[0], size()); }
size_t size() const { return buffer_.size() - 1; }
const char *c_str() const { return &buffer_[0]; }
std::string str() const { return std::string(&buffer_[0], size()); }
// Performs conversion returning a system error code instead of
// throwing exception on conversion error. This method may still throw
// in case of memory allocation error.
FMT_API int convert(wstring_view s);
};
FMT_API void format_windows_error(fmt::internal::buffer &out, int error_code,
fmt::string_view message) FMT_NOEXCEPT;
#endif
template <typename T = void>
struct null {};
} // namespace internal
enum alignment {
ALIGN_DEFAULT, ALIGN_LEFT, ALIGN_RIGHT, ALIGN_CENTER, ALIGN_NUMERIC
};
// Flags.
enum { SIGN_FLAG = 1, PLUS_FLAG = 2, MINUS_FLAG = 4, HASH_FLAG = 8 };
// An alignment specifier.
struct align_spec {
unsigned width_;
// Fill is always wchar_t and cast to char if necessary to avoid having
// two specialization of AlignSpec and its subclasses.
wchar_t fill_;
alignment align_;
FMT_CONSTEXPR align_spec() : width_(0), fill_(' '), align_(ALIGN_DEFAULT) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR unsigned width() const { return width_; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR wchar_t fill() const { return fill_; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR alignment align() const { return align_; }
};
struct core_format_specs {
int precision;
uint_least8_t flags;
char type;
FMT_CONSTEXPR core_format_specs() : precision(-1), flags(0), type(0) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR bool has(unsigned f) const { return (flags & f) != 0; }
};
// Format specifiers.
template <typename Char>
struct basic_format_specs : align_spec, core_format_specs {
FMT_CONSTEXPR basic_format_specs() {}
};
typedef basic_format_specs<char> format_specs;
template <typename Char, typename ErrorHandler>
FMT_CONSTEXPR unsigned basic_parse_context<Char, ErrorHandler>::next_arg_id() {
if (next_arg_id_ >= 0)
return internal::to_unsigned(next_arg_id_++);
on_error("cannot switch from manual to automatic argument indexing");
return 0;
}
namespace internal {
// Formats value using Grisu2 algorithm:
// https://www.cs.tufts.edu/~nr/cs257/archive/florian-loitsch/printf.pdf
template <typename Double>
FMT_API typename std::enable_if<sizeof(Double) == sizeof(uint64_t), bool>::type
grisu2_format(Double value, buffer &buf, core_format_specs);
template <typename Double>
inline typename std::enable_if<sizeof(Double) != sizeof(uint64_t), bool>::type
grisu2_format(Double, buffer &, core_format_specs) { return false; }
template <typename Double>
void sprintf_format(Double, internal::buffer &, core_format_specs);
template <typename Handler>
FMT_CONSTEXPR void handle_int_type_spec(char spec, Handler &&handler) {
switch (spec) {
case 0: case 'd':
handler.on_dec();
break;
case 'x': case 'X':
handler.on_hex();
break;
case 'b': case 'B':
handler.on_bin();
break;
case 'o':
handler.on_oct();
break;
case 'n':
handler.on_num();
break;
default:
handler.on_error();
}
}
template <typename Handler>
FMT_CONSTEXPR void handle_float_type_spec(char spec, Handler &&handler) {
switch (spec) {
case 0: case 'g': case 'G':
handler.on_general();
break;
case 'e': case 'E':
handler.on_exp();
break;
case 'f': case 'F':
handler.on_fixed();
break;
case 'a': case 'A':
handler.on_hex();
break;
default:
handler.on_error();
break;
}
}
template <typename Char, typename Handler>
FMT_CONSTEXPR void handle_char_specs(
const basic_format_specs<Char> *specs, Handler &&handler) {
if (!specs) return handler.on_char();
if (specs->type && specs->type != 'c') return handler.on_int();
if (specs->align() == ALIGN_NUMERIC || specs->flags != 0)
handler.on_error("invalid format specifier for char");
handler.on_char();
}
template <typename Char, typename Handler>
FMT_CONSTEXPR void handle_cstring_type_spec(Char spec, Handler &&handler) {
if (spec == 0 || spec == 's')
handler.on_string();
else if (spec == 'p')
handler.on_pointer();
else
handler.on_error("invalid type specifier");
}
template <typename Char, typename ErrorHandler>
FMT_CONSTEXPR void check_string_type_spec(Char spec, ErrorHandler &&eh) {
if (spec != 0 && spec != 's')
eh.on_error("invalid type specifier");
}
template <typename Char, typename ErrorHandler>
FMT_CONSTEXPR void check_pointer_type_spec(Char spec, ErrorHandler &&eh) {
if (spec != 0 && spec != 'p')
eh.on_error("invalid type specifier");
}
template <typename ErrorHandler>
class int_type_checker : private ErrorHandler {
public:
FMT_CONSTEXPR explicit int_type_checker(ErrorHandler eh) : ErrorHandler(eh) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_dec() {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_hex() {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_bin() {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_oct() {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_num() {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_error() {
ErrorHandler::on_error("invalid type specifier");
}
};
template <typename ErrorHandler>
class float_type_checker : private ErrorHandler {
public:
FMT_CONSTEXPR explicit float_type_checker(ErrorHandler eh)
: ErrorHandler(eh) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_general() {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_exp() {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_fixed() {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_hex() {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_error() {
ErrorHandler::on_error("invalid type specifier");
}
};
template <typename ErrorHandler>
class char_specs_checker : public ErrorHandler {
private:
char type_;
public:
FMT_CONSTEXPR char_specs_checker(char type, ErrorHandler eh)
: ErrorHandler(eh), type_(type) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_int() {
handle_int_type_spec(type_, int_type_checker<ErrorHandler>(*this));
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_char() {}
};
template <typename ErrorHandler>
class cstring_type_checker : public ErrorHandler {
public:
FMT_CONSTEXPR explicit cstring_type_checker(ErrorHandler eh)
: ErrorHandler(eh) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_string() {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_pointer() {}
};
template <typename Context>
void arg_map<Context>::init(const basic_format_args<Context> &args) {
if (map_)
return;
map_ = new entry[args.max_size()];
if (args.is_packed()) {
for (unsigned i = 0;/*nothing*/; ++i) {
internal::type arg_type = args.type(i);
switch (arg_type) {
case internal::none_type:
return;
case internal::named_arg_type:
push_back(args.values_[i]);
break;
default:
break; // Do nothing.
}
}
}
for (unsigned i = 0; ; ++i) {
switch (args.args_[i].type_) {
case internal::none_type:
return;
case internal::named_arg_type:
push_back(args.args_[i].value_);
break;
default:
break; // Do nothing.
}
}
}
template <typename Range>
class arg_formatter_base {
public:
typedef typename Range::value_type char_type;
typedef decltype(internal::declval<Range>().begin()) iterator;
typedef basic_format_specs<char_type> format_specs;
private:
typedef basic_writer<Range> writer_type;
writer_type writer_;
format_specs *specs_;
struct char_writer {
char_type value;
size_t size() const { return 1; }
size_t width() const { return 1; }
template <typename It>
void operator()(It &&it) const { *it++ = value; }
};
void write_char(char_type value) {
if (specs_)
writer_.write_padded(*specs_, char_writer{value});
else
writer_.write(value);
}
void write_pointer(const void *p) {
format_specs specs = specs_ ? *specs_ : format_specs();
specs.flags = HASH_FLAG;
specs.type = 'x';
writer_.write_int(reinterpret_cast<uintptr_t>(p), specs);
}
protected:
writer_type &writer() { return writer_; }
format_specs *spec() { return specs_; }
iterator out() { return writer_.out(); }
void write(bool value) {
string_view sv(value ? "true" : "false");
specs_ ? writer_.write_str(sv, *specs_) : writer_.write(sv);
}
void write(const char_type *value) {
if (!value)
FMT_THROW(format_error("string pointer is null"));
auto length = std::char_traits<char_type>::length(value);
basic_string_view<char_type> sv(value, length);
specs_ ? writer_.write_str(sv, *specs_) : writer_.write(sv);
}
public:
arg_formatter_base(Range r, format_specs *s, locale_ref loc)
: writer_(r, loc), specs_(s) {}
iterator operator()(monostate) {
FMT_ASSERT(false, "invalid argument type");
return out();
}
template <typename T>
typename std::enable_if<
std::is_integral<T>::value || std::is_same<T, char_type>::value,
iterator>::type operator()(T value) {
// MSVC2013 fails to compile separate overloads for bool and char_type so
// use std::is_same instead.
if (std::is_same<T, bool>::value) {
if (specs_ && specs_->type)
return (*this)(value ? 1 : 0);
write(value != 0);
} else if (std::is_same<T, char_type>::value) {
internal::handle_char_specs(
specs_, char_spec_handler(*this, static_cast<char_type>(value)));
} else {
specs_ ? writer_.write_int(value, *specs_) : writer_.write(value);
}
return out();
}
template <typename T>
typename std::enable_if<std::is_floating_point<T>::value, iterator>::type
operator()(T value) {
writer_.write_double(value, specs_ ? *specs_ : format_specs());
return out();
}
struct char_spec_handler : internal::error_handler {
arg_formatter_base &formatter;
char_type value;
char_spec_handler(arg_formatter_base& f, char_type val)
: formatter(f), value(val) {}
void on_int() {
if (formatter.specs_)
formatter.writer_.write_int(value, *formatter.specs_);
else
formatter.writer_.write(value);
}
void on_char() { formatter.write_char(value); }
};
struct cstring_spec_handler : internal::error_handler {
arg_formatter_base &formatter;
const char_type *value;
cstring_spec_handler(arg_formatter_base &f, const char_type *val)
: formatter(f), value(val) {}
void on_string() { formatter.write(value); }
void on_pointer() { formatter.write_pointer(value); }
};
iterator operator()(const char_type *value) {
if (!specs_) return write(value), out();
internal::handle_cstring_type_spec(
specs_->type, cstring_spec_handler(*this, value));
return out();
}
iterator operator()(basic_string_view<char_type> value) {
if (specs_) {
internal::check_string_type_spec(
specs_->type, internal::error_handler());
writer_.write_str(value, *specs_);
} else {
writer_.write(value);
}
return out();
}
iterator operator()(const void *value) {
if (specs_)
check_pointer_type_spec(specs_->type, internal::error_handler());
write_pointer(value);
return out();
}
};
template <typename Char>
FMT_CONSTEXPR bool is_name_start(Char c) {
return ('a' <= c && c <= 'z') || ('A' <= c && c <= 'Z') || '_' == c;
}
// DEPRECATED: Parses the input as an unsigned integer. This function assumes
// that the first character is a digit and presence of a non-digit character at
// the end.
// it: an iterator pointing to the beginning of the input range.
template <typename Iterator, typename ErrorHandler>
FMT_CONSTEXPR unsigned parse_nonnegative_int(Iterator &it, ErrorHandler &&eh) {
assert('0' <= *it && *it <= '9');
if (*it == '0') {
++it;
return 0;
}
unsigned value = 0;
// Convert to unsigned to prevent a warning.
unsigned max_int = (std::numeric_limits<int>::max)();
unsigned big = max_int / 10;
do {
// Check for overflow.
if (value > big) {
value = max_int + 1;
break;
}
value = value * 10 + unsigned(*it - '0');
// Workaround for MSVC "setup_exception stack overflow" error:
auto next = it;
++next;
it = next;
} while ('0' <= *it && *it <= '9');
if (value > max_int)
eh.on_error("number is too big");
return value;
}
// Parses the range [begin, end) as an unsigned integer. This function assumes
// that the range is non-empty and the first character is a digit.
template <typename Char, typename ErrorHandler>
FMT_CONSTEXPR unsigned parse_nonnegative_int(
const Char *&begin, const Char *end, ErrorHandler &&eh) {
assert(begin != end && '0' <= *begin && *begin <= '9');
if (*begin == '0') {
++begin;
return 0;
}
unsigned value = 0;
// Convert to unsigned to prevent a warning.
unsigned max_int = (std::numeric_limits<int>::max)();
unsigned big = max_int / 10;
do {
// Check for overflow.
if (value > big) {
value = max_int + 1;
break;
}
value = value * 10 + unsigned(*begin - '0');
++begin;
} while (begin != end && '0' <= *begin && *begin <= '9');
if (value > max_int)
eh.on_error("number is too big");
return value;
}
template <typename Char, typename Context>
class custom_formatter: public function<bool> {
private:
Context &ctx_;
public:
explicit custom_formatter(Context &ctx): ctx_(ctx) {}
bool operator()(typename basic_format_arg<Context>::handle h) const {
h.format(ctx_);
return true;
}
template <typename T>
bool operator()(T) const { return false; }
};
template <typename T>
struct is_integer {
enum {
value = std::is_integral<T>::value && !std::is_same<T, bool>::value &&
!std::is_same<T, char>::value && !std::is_same<T, wchar_t>::value
};
};
template <typename ErrorHandler>
class width_checker: public function<unsigned long long> {
public:
explicit FMT_CONSTEXPR width_checker(ErrorHandler &eh) : handler_(eh) {}
template <typename T>
FMT_CONSTEXPR
typename std::enable_if<
is_integer<T>::value, unsigned long long>::type operator()(T value) {
if (is_negative(value))
handler_.on_error("negative width");
return static_cast<unsigned long long>(value);
}
template <typename T>
FMT_CONSTEXPR typename std::enable_if<
!is_integer<T>::value, unsigned long long>::type operator()(T) {
handler_.on_error("width is not integer");
return 0;
}
private:
ErrorHandler &handler_;
};
template <typename ErrorHandler>
class precision_checker: public function<unsigned long long> {
public:
explicit FMT_CONSTEXPR precision_checker(ErrorHandler &eh) : handler_(eh) {}
template <typename T>
FMT_CONSTEXPR typename std::enable_if<
is_integer<T>::value, unsigned long long>::type operator()(T value) {
if (is_negative(value))
handler_.on_error("negative precision");
return static_cast<unsigned long long>(value);
}
template <typename T>
FMT_CONSTEXPR typename std::enable_if<
!is_integer<T>::value, unsigned long long>::type operator()(T) {
handler_.on_error("precision is not integer");
return 0;
}
private:
ErrorHandler &handler_;
};
// A format specifier handler that sets fields in basic_format_specs.
template <typename Char>
class specs_setter {
public:
explicit FMT_CONSTEXPR specs_setter(basic_format_specs<Char> &specs):
specs_(specs) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR specs_setter(const specs_setter &other): specs_(other.specs_) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_align(alignment align) { specs_.align_ = align; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_fill(Char fill) { specs_.fill_ = fill; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_plus() { specs_.flags |= SIGN_FLAG | PLUS_FLAG; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_minus() { specs_.flags |= MINUS_FLAG; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_space() { specs_.flags |= SIGN_FLAG; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_hash() { specs_.flags |= HASH_FLAG; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_zero() {
specs_.align_ = ALIGN_NUMERIC;
specs_.fill_ = '0';
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_width(unsigned width) { specs_.width_ = width; }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_precision(unsigned precision) {
specs_.precision = static_cast<int>(precision);
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void end_precision() {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_type(Char type) {
specs_.type = static_cast<char>(type);
}
protected:
basic_format_specs<Char> &specs_;
};
// A format specifier handler that checks if specifiers are consistent with the
// argument type.
template <typename Handler>
class specs_checker : public Handler {
public:
FMT_CONSTEXPR specs_checker(const Handler& handler, internal::type arg_type)
: Handler(handler), arg_type_(arg_type) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR specs_checker(const specs_checker &other)
: Handler(other), arg_type_(other.arg_type_) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_align(alignment align) {
if (align == ALIGN_NUMERIC)
require_numeric_argument();
Handler::on_align(align);
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_plus() {
check_sign();
Handler::on_plus();
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_minus() {
check_sign();
Handler::on_minus();
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_space() {
check_sign();
Handler::on_space();
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_hash() {
require_numeric_argument();
Handler::on_hash();
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_zero() {
require_numeric_argument();
Handler::on_zero();
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void end_precision() {
if (is_integral(arg_type_) || arg_type_ == pointer_type)
this->on_error("precision not allowed for this argument type");
}
private:
FMT_CONSTEXPR void require_numeric_argument() {
if (!is_arithmetic(arg_type_))
this->on_error("format specifier requires numeric argument");
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void check_sign() {
require_numeric_argument();
if (is_integral(arg_type_) && arg_type_ != int_type &&
arg_type_ != long_long_type && arg_type_ != internal::char_type) {
this->on_error("format specifier requires signed argument");
}
}
internal::type arg_type_;
};
template <template <typename> class Handler, typename T,
typename Context, typename ErrorHandler>
FMT_CONSTEXPR void set_dynamic_spec(
T &value, basic_format_arg<Context> arg, ErrorHandler eh) {
unsigned long long big_value =
visit_format_arg(Handler<ErrorHandler>(eh), arg);
if (big_value > to_unsigned((std::numeric_limits<int>::max)()))
eh.on_error("number is too big");
value = static_cast<T>(big_value);
}
struct auto_id {};
// The standard format specifier handler with checking.
template <typename Context>
class specs_handler: public specs_setter<typename Context::char_type> {
public:
typedef typename Context::char_type char_type;
FMT_CONSTEXPR specs_handler(
basic_format_specs<char_type> &specs, Context &ctx)
: specs_setter<char_type>(specs), context_(ctx) {}
template <typename Id>
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_dynamic_width(Id arg_id) {
set_dynamic_spec<width_checker>(
this->specs_.width_, get_arg(arg_id), context_.error_handler());
}
template <typename Id>
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_dynamic_precision(Id arg_id) {
set_dynamic_spec<precision_checker>(
this->specs_.precision, get_arg(arg_id), context_.error_handler());
}
void on_error(const char *message) {
context_.on_error(message);
}
private:
FMT_CONSTEXPR basic_format_arg<Context> get_arg(auto_id) {
return context_.next_arg();
}
template <typename Id>
FMT_CONSTEXPR basic_format_arg<Context> get_arg(Id arg_id) {
context_.parse_context().check_arg_id(arg_id);
return context_.get_arg(arg_id);
}
Context &context_;
};
// An argument reference.
template <typename Char>
struct arg_ref {
enum Kind { NONE, INDEX, NAME };
FMT_CONSTEXPR arg_ref() : kind(NONE), index(0) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR explicit arg_ref(unsigned index) : kind(INDEX), index(index) {}
explicit arg_ref(basic_string_view<Char> nm) : kind(NAME) {
name = {nm.data(), nm.size()};
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR arg_ref &operator=(unsigned idx) {
kind = INDEX;
index = idx;
return *this;
}
Kind kind;
union {
unsigned index;
string_value<Char> name; // This is not string_view because of gcc 4.4.
};
};
// Format specifiers with width and precision resolved at formatting rather
// than parsing time to allow re-using the same parsed specifiers with
// differents sets of arguments (precompilation of format strings).
template <typename Char>
struct dynamic_format_specs : basic_format_specs<Char> {
arg_ref<Char> width_ref;
arg_ref<Char> precision_ref;
};
// Format spec handler that saves references to arguments representing dynamic
// width and precision to be resolved at formatting time.
template <typename ParseContext>
class dynamic_specs_handler :
public specs_setter<typename ParseContext::char_type> {
public:
typedef typename ParseContext::char_type char_type;
FMT_CONSTEXPR dynamic_specs_handler(
dynamic_format_specs<char_type> &specs, ParseContext &ctx)
: specs_setter<char_type>(specs), specs_(specs), context_(ctx) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR dynamic_specs_handler(const dynamic_specs_handler &other)
: specs_setter<char_type>(other),
specs_(other.specs_), context_(other.context_) {}
template <typename Id>
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_dynamic_width(Id arg_id) {
specs_.width_ref = make_arg_ref(arg_id);
}
template <typename Id>
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_dynamic_precision(Id arg_id) {
specs_.precision_ref = make_arg_ref(arg_id);
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_error(const char *message) {
context_.on_error(message);
}
private:
typedef arg_ref<char_type> arg_ref_type;
template <typename Id>
FMT_CONSTEXPR arg_ref_type make_arg_ref(Id arg_id) {
context_.check_arg_id(arg_id);
return arg_ref_type(arg_id);
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR arg_ref_type make_arg_ref(auto_id) {
return arg_ref_type(context_.next_arg_id());
}
dynamic_format_specs<char_type> &specs_;
ParseContext &context_;
};
template <typename Iterator, typename IDHandler>
FMT_CONSTEXPR Iterator parse_arg_id(Iterator it, IDHandler &&handler) {
typedef typename std::iterator_traits<Iterator>::value_type char_type;
char_type c = *it;
if (c == '}' || c == ':') {
handler();
return it;
}
if (c >= '0' && c <= '9') {
unsigned index = parse_nonnegative_int(it, handler);
if (*it != '}' && *it != ':') {
handler.on_error("invalid format string");
return it;
}
handler(index);
return it;
}
if (!is_name_start(c)) {
handler.on_error("invalid format string");
return it;
}
auto start = it;
do {
c = *++it;
} while (is_name_start(c) || ('0' <= c && c <= '9'));
handler(basic_string_view<char_type>(
pointer_from(start), to_unsigned(it - start)));
return it;
}
template <typename Char, typename IDHandler>
FMT_CONSTEXPR const Char *parse_arg_id(
const Char *begin, const Char *end, IDHandler &&handler) {
assert(begin != end);
Char c = *begin;
if (c == '}' || c == ':')
return handler(), begin;
if (c >= '0' && c <= '9') {
unsigned index = parse_nonnegative_int(begin, end, handler);
if (begin == end || (*begin != '}' && *begin != ':'))
return handler.on_error("invalid format string"), begin;
handler(index);
return begin;
}
if (!is_name_start(c))
return handler.on_error("invalid format string"), begin;
auto it = begin;
do {
++it;
} while (it != end && (is_name_start(c = *it) || ('0' <= c && c <= '9')));
handler(basic_string_view<Char>(begin, to_unsigned(it - begin)));
return it;
}
// Adapts SpecHandler to IDHandler API for dynamic width.
template <typename SpecHandler, typename Char>
struct width_adapter {
explicit FMT_CONSTEXPR width_adapter(SpecHandler &h) : handler(h) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void operator()() { handler.on_dynamic_width(auto_id()); }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void operator()(unsigned id) { handler.on_dynamic_width(id); }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void operator()(basic_string_view<Char> id) {
handler.on_dynamic_width(id);
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_error(const char *message) {
handler.on_error(message);
}
SpecHandler &handler;
};
// Adapts SpecHandler to IDHandler API for dynamic precision.
template <typename SpecHandler, typename Char>
struct precision_adapter {
explicit FMT_CONSTEXPR precision_adapter(SpecHandler &h) : handler(h) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void operator()() { handler.on_dynamic_precision(auto_id()); }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void operator()(unsigned id) {
handler.on_dynamic_precision(id);
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void operator()(basic_string_view<Char> id) {
handler.on_dynamic_precision(id);
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_error(const char *message) { handler.on_error(message); }
SpecHandler &handler;
};
// Parses standard format specifiers and sends notifications about parsed
// components to handler.
// it: an iterator pointing to the beginning of a null-terminated range of
// characters, possibly emulated via null_terminating_iterator, representing
// format specifiers.
template <typename Iterator, typename SpecHandler>
FMT_CONSTEXPR Iterator parse_format_specs(Iterator it, SpecHandler &&handler) {
typedef typename std::iterator_traits<Iterator>::value_type char_type;
char_type c = *it;
if (c == '}' || !c)
return it;
// Parse fill and alignment.
alignment align = ALIGN_DEFAULT;
int i = 1;
do {
auto p = it + i;
switch (static_cast<char>(*p)) {
case '<':
align = ALIGN_LEFT;
break;
case '>':
align = ALIGN_RIGHT;
break;
case '=':
align = ALIGN_NUMERIC;
break;
case '^':
align = ALIGN_CENTER;
break;
}
if (align != ALIGN_DEFAULT) {
if (p != it) {
if (c == '{') {
handler.on_error("invalid fill character '{'");
return it;
}
it += 2;
handler.on_fill(c);
} else ++it;
handler.on_align(align);
break;
}
} while (--i >= 0);
// Parse sign.
switch (static_cast<char>(*it)) {
case '+':
handler.on_plus();
++it;
break;
case '-':
handler.on_minus();
++it;
break;
case ' ':
handler.on_space();
++it;
break;
}
if (*it == '#') {
handler.on_hash();
++it;
}
// Parse zero flag.
if (*it == '0') {
handler.on_zero();
++it;
}
// Parse width.
if ('0' <= *it && *it <= '9') {
handler.on_width(parse_nonnegative_int(it, handler));
} else if (*it == '{') {
it = parse_arg_id(it + 1, width_adapter<SpecHandler, char_type>(handler));
if (*it++ != '}') {
handler.on_error("invalid format string");
return it;
}
}
// Parse precision.
if (*it == '.') {
++it;
if ('0' <= *it && *it <= '9') {
handler.on_precision(parse_nonnegative_int(it, handler));
} else if (*it == '{') {
it = parse_arg_id(
it + 1, precision_adapter<SpecHandler, char_type>(handler));
if (*it++ != '}') {
handler.on_error("invalid format string");
return it;
}
} else {
handler.on_error("missing precision specifier");
return it;
}
handler.end_precision();
}
// Parse type.
if (*it != '}' && *it)
handler.on_type(*it++);
return it;
}
// Return the result via the out param to workaround gcc bug 77539.
template <bool IS_CONSTEXPR, typename T, typename Ptr = const T*>
FMT_CONSTEXPR bool find(Ptr first, Ptr last, T value, Ptr &out) {
for (out = first; out != last; ++out) {
if (*out == value)
return true;
}
return false;
}
template <>
inline bool find<false, char>(
const char *first, const char *last, char value, const char *&out) {
out = static_cast<const char*>(std::memchr(first, value, last - first));
return out != FMT_NULL;
}
template <typename Handler, typename Char>
struct id_adapter {
FMT_CONSTEXPR void operator()() { handler.on_arg_id(); }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void operator()(unsigned id) { handler.on_arg_id(id); }
FMT_CONSTEXPR void operator()(basic_string_view<Char> id) {
handler.on_arg_id(id);
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_error(const char *message) {
handler.on_error(message);
}
Handler &handler;
};
template <bool IS_CONSTEXPR, typename Char, typename Handler>
FMT_CONSTEXPR void parse_format_string(
basic_string_view<Char> format_str, Handler &&handler) {
struct writer {
FMT_CONSTEXPR void operator()(const Char *begin, const Char *end) {
if (begin == end) return;
for (;;) {
const Char *p = FMT_NULL;
if (!find<IS_CONSTEXPR>(begin, end, '}', p))
return handler_.on_text(begin, end);
++p;
if (p == end || *p != '}')
return handler_.on_error("unmatched '}' in format string");
handler_.on_text(begin, p);
begin = p + 1;
}
}
Handler &handler_;
} write{handler};
auto begin = format_str.data();
auto end = begin + format_str.size();
while (begin != end) {
// Doing two passes with memchr (one for '{' and another for '}') is up to
// 2.5x faster than the naive one-pass implementation on big format strings.
const Char *p = begin;
if (*begin != '{' && !find<IS_CONSTEXPR>(begin, end, '{', p))
return write(begin, end);
write(begin, p);
++p;
if (p == end)
return handler.on_error("invalid format string");
if (static_cast<char>(*p) == '}') {
handler.on_arg_id();
handler.on_replacement_field(p);
} else if (*p == '{') {
handler.on_text(p, p + 1);
} else {
p = parse_arg_id(p, end, id_adapter<Handler, Char>{handler});
Char c = p != end ? *p : Char();
if (c == '}') {
handler.on_replacement_field(p);
} else if (c == ':') {
internal::null_terminating_iterator<Char> it(p + 1, end);
it = handler.on_format_specs(it);
if (*it != '}')
return handler.on_error("unknown format specifier");
p = pointer_from(it);
} else {
return handler.on_error("missing '}' in format string");
}
}
begin = p + 1;
}
}
template <typename T, typename ParseContext>
FMT_CONSTEXPR const typename ParseContext::char_type *
parse_format_specs(ParseContext &ctx) {
// GCC 7.2 requires initializer.
formatter<T, typename ParseContext::char_type> f{};
return f.parse(ctx);
}
template <typename Char, typename ErrorHandler, typename... Args>
class format_string_checker {
public:
explicit FMT_CONSTEXPR format_string_checker(
basic_string_view<Char> format_str, ErrorHandler eh)
: arg_id_(-1), context_(format_str, eh),
parse_funcs_{&parse_format_specs<Args, parse_context_type>...} {}
typedef internal::null_terminating_iterator<Char> iterator;
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_text(const Char *, const Char *) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_arg_id() {
arg_id_ = context_.next_arg_id();
check_arg_id();
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_arg_id(unsigned id) {
arg_id_ = id;
context_.check_arg_id(id);
check_arg_id();
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_arg_id(basic_string_view<Char>) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_replacement_field(const Char *) {}
FMT_CONSTEXPR const Char *on_format_specs(iterator it) {
auto p = pointer_from(it);
context_.advance_to(p);
return to_unsigned(arg_id_) < NUM_ARGS ?
parse_funcs_[arg_id_](context_) : p;
}
FMT_CONSTEXPR void on_error(const char *message) {
context_.on_error(message);
}
private:
typedef basic_parse_context<Char, ErrorHandler> parse_context_type;
enum { NUM_ARGS = sizeof...(Args) };
FMT_CONSTEXPR void check_arg_id() {
if (internal::to_unsigned(arg_id_) >= NUM_ARGS)
context_.on_error("argument index out of range");
}
// Format specifier parsing function.
typedef const Char *(*parse_func)(parse_context_type &);
int arg_id_;
parse_context_type context_;
parse_func parse_funcs_[NUM_ARGS > 0 ? NUM_ARGS : 1];
};
template <typename Char, typename ErrorHandler, typename... Args>
FMT_CONSTEXPR bool do_check_format_string(
basic_string_view<Char> s, ErrorHandler eh = ErrorHandler()) {
format_string_checker<Char, ErrorHandler, Args...> checker(s, eh);
parse_format_string<true>(s, checker);
return true;
}
template <typename... Args, typename S>
typename std::enable_if<is_compile_string<S>::value>::type
check_format_string(S format_str) {
typedef typename S::char_type char_t;
FMT_CONSTEXPR_DECL bool invalid_format = internal::do_check_format_string<
char_t, internal::error_handler, Args...>(to_string_view(format_str));
(void)invalid_format;
}
// Specifies whether to format T using the standard formatter.
// It is not possible to use get_type in formatter specialization directly
// because of a bug in MSVC.
template <typename Context, typename T>
struct format_type :
std::integral_constant<bool, get_type<Context, T>::value != custom_type> {};
template <template <typename> class Handler, typename Spec, typename Context>
void handle_dynamic_spec(
Spec &value, arg_ref<typename Context::char_type> ref, Context &ctx) {
typedef typename Context::char_type char_type;
switch (ref.kind) {
case arg_ref<char_type>::NONE:
break;
case arg_ref<char_type>::INDEX:
internal::set_dynamic_spec<Handler>(
value, ctx.get_arg(ref.index), ctx.error_handler());
break;
case arg_ref<char_type>::NAME:
internal::set_dynamic_spec<Handler>(
value, ctx.get_arg({ref.name.value, ref.name.size}),
ctx.error_handler());
break;
}
}
} // namespace internal
/** The default argument formatter. */
template <typename Range>
class arg_formatter:
public internal::function<
typename internal::arg_formatter_base<Range>::iterator>,
public internal::arg_formatter_base<Range> {
private:
typedef typename Range::value_type char_type;
typedef internal::arg_formatter_base<Range> base;
typedef basic_format_context<typename base::iterator, char_type> context_type;
context_type &ctx_;
public:
typedef Range range;
typedef typename base::iterator iterator;
typedef typename base::format_specs format_specs;
/**
\rst
Constructs an argument formatter object.
*ctx* is a reference to the formatting context,
*spec* contains format specifier information for standard argument types.
\endrst
*/
explicit arg_formatter(context_type &ctx, format_specs *spec = FMT_NULL)
: base(Range(ctx.out()), spec, ctx.locale()), ctx_(ctx) {}
// Deprecated.
arg_formatter(context_type &ctx, format_specs &spec)
: base(Range(ctx.out()), &spec), ctx_(ctx) {}
using base::operator();
/** Formats an argument of a user-defined type. */
iterator operator()(typename basic_format_arg<context_type>::handle handle) {
handle.format(ctx_);
return this->out();
}
};
/**
An error returned by an operating system or a language runtime,
for example a file opening error.
*/
class system_error : public std::runtime_error {
private:
FMT_API void init(int err_code, string_view format_str, format_args args);
protected:
int error_code_;
system_error() : std::runtime_error("") {}
public:
/**
\rst
Constructs a :class:`fmt::system_error` object with a description
formatted with `fmt::format_system_error`. *message* and additional
arguments passed into the constructor are formatted similarly to
`fmt::format`.
**Example**::
// This throws a system_error with the description
// cannot open file 'madeup': No such file or directory
// or similar (system message may vary).
const char *filename = "madeup";
std::FILE *file = std::fopen(filename, "r");
if (!file)
throw fmt::system_error(errno, "cannot open file '{}'", filename);
\endrst
*/
template <typename... Args>
system_error(int error_code, string_view message, const Args &... args)
: std::runtime_error("") {
init(error_code, message, make_format_args(args...));
}
int error_code() const { return error_code_; }
};
/**
\rst
Formats an error returned by an operating system or a language runtime,
for example a file opening error, and writes it to *out* in the following
form:
.. parsed-literal::
*<message>*: *<system-message>*
where *<message>* is the passed message and *<system-message>* is
the system message corresponding to the error code.
*error_code* is a system error code as given by ``errno``.
If *error_code* is not a valid error code such as -1, the system message
may look like "Unknown error -1" and is platform-dependent.
\endrst
*/
FMT_API void format_system_error(internal::buffer &out, int error_code,
fmt::string_view message) FMT_NOEXCEPT;
/**
This template provides operations for formatting and writing data into a
character range.
*/
template <typename Range>
class basic_writer {
public:
typedef typename Range::value_type char_type;
typedef decltype(internal::declval<Range>().begin()) iterator;
typedef basic_format_specs<char_type> format_specs;
private:
iterator out_; // Output iterator.
internal::locale_ref locale_;
iterator out() const { return out_; }
// Attempts to reserve space for n extra characters in the output range.
// Returns a pointer to the reserved range or a reference to out_.
auto reserve(std::size_t n) -> decltype(internal::reserve(out_, n)) {
return internal::reserve(out_, n);
}
// Writes a value in the format
// <left-padding><value><right-padding>
// where <value> is written by f(it).
template <typename F>
void write_padded(const align_spec &spec, F &&f);
template <typename F>
struct padded_int_writer {
size_t size_;
string_view prefix;
char_type fill;
std::size_t padding;
F f;
size_t size() const { return size_; }
size_t width() const { return size_; }
template <typename It>
void operator()(It &&it) const {
if (prefix.size() != 0)
it = internal::copy_str<char_type>(prefix.begin(), prefix.end(), it);
it = std::fill_n(it, padding, fill);
f(it);
}
};
// Writes an integer in the format
// <left-padding><prefix><numeric-padding><digits><right-padding>
// where <digits> are written by f(it).
template <typename Spec, typename F>
void write_int(unsigned num_digits, string_view prefix,
const Spec &spec, F f) {
std::size_t size = prefix.size() + num_digits;
char_type fill = static_cast<char_type>(spec.fill());
std::size_t padding = 0;
if (spec.align() == ALIGN_NUMERIC) {
if (spec.width() > size) {
padding = spec.width() - size;
size = spec.width();
}
} else if (spec.precision > static_cast<int>(num_digits)) {
size = prefix.size() + internal::to_unsigned(spec.precision);
padding = internal::to_unsigned(spec.precision) - num_digits;
fill = static_cast<char_type>('0');
}
align_spec as = spec;
if (spec.align() == ALIGN_DEFAULT)
as.align_ = ALIGN_RIGHT;
write_padded(as, padded_int_writer<F>{size, prefix, fill, padding, f});
}
// Writes a decimal integer.
template <typename Int>
void write_decimal(Int value) {
typedef typename internal::int_traits<Int>::main_type main_type;
main_type abs_value = static_cast<main_type>(value);
bool is_negative = internal::is_negative(value);
if (is_negative)
abs_value = 0 - abs_value;
unsigned num_digits = internal::count_digits(abs_value);
auto &&it = reserve((is_negative ? 1 : 0) + num_digits);
if (is_negative)
*it++ = static_cast<char_type>('-');
it = internal::format_decimal<char_type>(it, abs_value, num_digits);
}
// The handle_int_type_spec handler that writes an integer.
template <typename Int, typename Spec>
struct int_writer {
typedef typename internal::int_traits<Int>::main_type unsigned_type;
basic_writer<Range> &writer;
const Spec &spec;
unsigned_type abs_value;
char prefix[4];
unsigned prefix_size;
string_view get_prefix() const { return string_view(prefix, prefix_size); }
// Counts the number of digits in abs_value. BITS = log2(radix).
template <unsigned BITS>
unsigned count_digits() const {
unsigned_type n = abs_value;
unsigned num_digits = 0;
do {
++num_digits;
} while ((n >>= BITS) != 0);
return num_digits;
}
int_writer(basic_writer<Range> &w, Int value, const Spec &s)
: writer(w), spec(s), abs_value(static_cast<unsigned_type>(value)),
prefix_size(0) {
if (internal::is_negative(value)) {
prefix[0] = '-';
++prefix_size;
abs_value = 0 - abs_value;
} else if (spec.has(SIGN_FLAG)) {
prefix[0] = spec.has(PLUS_FLAG) ? '+' : ' ';
++prefix_size;
}
}
struct dec_writer {
unsigned_type abs_value;
unsigned num_digits;
template <typename It>
void operator()(It &&it) const {
it = internal::format_decimal<char_type>(it, abs_value, num_digits);
}
};
void on_dec() {
unsigned num_digits = internal::count_digits(abs_value);
writer.write_int(num_digits, get_prefix(), spec,
dec_writer{abs_value, num_digits});
}
struct hex_writer {
int_writer &self;
unsigned num_digits;
template <typename It>
void operator()(It &&it) const {
it = internal::format_uint<4, char_type>(
it, self.abs_value, num_digits, self.spec.type != 'x');
}
};
void on_hex() {
if (spec.has(HASH_FLAG)) {
prefix[prefix_size++] = '0';
prefix[prefix_size++] = static_cast<char>(spec.type);
}
unsigned num_digits = count_digits<4>();
writer.write_int(num_digits, get_prefix(), spec,
hex_writer{*this, num_digits});
}
template <int BITS>
struct bin_writer {
unsigned_type abs_value;
unsigned num_digits;
template <typename It>
void operator()(It &&it) const {
it = internal::format_uint<BITS, char_type>(it, abs_value, num_digits);
}
};
void on_bin() {
if (spec.has(HASH_FLAG)) {
prefix[prefix_size++] = '0';
prefix[prefix_size++] = static_cast<char>(spec.type);
}
unsigned num_digits = count_digits<1>();
writer.write_int(num_digits, get_prefix(), spec,
bin_writer<1>{abs_value, num_digits});
}
void on_oct() {
unsigned num_digits = count_digits<3>();
if (spec.has(HASH_FLAG) &&
spec.precision <= static_cast<int>(num_digits)) {
// Octal prefix '0' is counted as a digit, so only add it if precision
// is not greater than the number of digits.
prefix[prefix_size++] = '0';