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/*--- An expandable array implementation. pub_tool_xarray.h ---*/
This file is part of Valgrind, a dynamic binary instrumentation
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#include "pub_tool_basics.h" // Word
// PURPOSE: Provides a simple but useful structure, which is an array
// in which elements can be added at the end. The array is expanded
// as needed by multiplying its size by a constant factor (usually 2).
// This gives amortised O(1) insertion cost, and, following sorting,
// the usual O(log N) binary search cost. Arbitrary element sizes
// are allowed; the comparison function for sort/lookup can be changed
// at any time, and duplicates (modulo the comparison function) are
// allowed.
/* It's an abstract type. Bwaha. */
typedef struct _XArray XArray;
typedef Int (*XACmpFn_t)(const void *, const void *);
/* Create new XArray, using given allocation and free function, and
for elements of the specified size. alloc_fn must not return NULL (that
is, if it returns it must have succeeded.)
This function never returns NULL. */
extern XArray* VG_(newXA) ( void*(*alloc_fn)(const HChar*,SizeT),
const HChar* cc,
Word elemSzB );
/* Free all memory associated with an XArray. */
extern void VG_(deleteXA) ( XArray* );
/* Set the comparison function for this XArray. This clears an
internal 'array is sorted' flag, which means you must call sortXA
before making further queries with lookupXA. */
extern void VG_(setCmpFnXA) ( XArray*, XACmpFn_t);
/* Add an element to an XArray. Element is copied into the XArray.
Index at which it was added is returned. Note this will be
invalidated if the array is later sortXA'd. */
extern Word VG_(addToXA) ( XArray*, const void* elem );
/* Add a sequence of bytes to an XArray of bytes. Asserts if nbytes
is negative or the array's element size is not 1. Returns the
index at which the first byte was added. */
extern Word VG_(addBytesToXA) ( XArray* xao, const void* bytesV, Word nbytes );
/* Sort an XArray using its comparison function, if set; else bomb.
Probably not a stable sort w.r.t. equal elements module cmpFn. */
extern void VG_(sortXA) ( XArray* );
/* Lookup (by binary search) 'key' in the array. Set *first to be the
index of the first, and *last to be the index of the last matching
value found. If any values are found, return True, else return
False, and don't change *first or *last. first and/or last may be
NULL. Bomb if the array is not sorted. */
extern Bool VG_(lookupXA) ( const XArray*, const void* key,
/*OUT*/Word* first, /*OUT*/Word* last );
/* A version of VG_(lookupXA) in which you can specify your own
comparison function. This is unsafe in the sense that if the array
is not totally ordered as defined by your comparison function, then
this function may loop indefinitely, so it is up to you to ensure
that the array is suitably ordered. This is in comparison to
VG_(lookupXA), which refuses to do anything (asserts) unless the
array has first been sorted using the same comparison function as
is being used for the lookup. */
extern Bool VG_(lookupXA_UNSAFE) ( const XArray* xao, const void* key,
/*OUT*/Word* first, /*OUT*/Word* last,
XACmpFn_t cmpFn );
/* How elements are there in this XArray now? */
extern Word VG_(sizeXA) ( const XArray* );
/* Index into the XArray. Checks bounds and bombs if the index is
invalid. What this returns is the address of the specified element
in the array, not (of course) the element itself. Note that the
element may get moved by subsequent calls to addToXA / sortXA /
insertIndexXA, so you should copy it out immediately and not regard
its address as unchanging. Note also that indexXA will of course
not return NULL if it succeeds. */
extern void* VG_(indexXA) ( const XArray*, Word );
/* Drop the last n elements of an XArray. Bombs if there are less
than n elements in the array. This is an O(1) operation. */
extern void VG_(dropTailXA) ( XArray*, Word );
/* Drop the first n elements of an XArray. Bombs if there are less
than n elements in the array. This is an O(N) operation, where N
is the number of elements remaining in the XArray. */
extern void VG_(dropHeadXA) ( XArray*, Word );
/* Remove the specified element of an XArray, and slide all elements
beyond it back one place. This is an O(N) operation, where N is
the number of elements after the specified element, in the
array. */
extern void VG_(removeIndexXA)( XArray*, Word );
/* Insert an element into an XArray at the given index. The existing
element at the index and all above it are slid upwards one slot so
as to make space. Element is copied into the XArray. This is an
O(N) operation, when N is the number of elements after the
specified element, in the array. */
extern void VG_(insertIndexXA)( XArray*, Word, const void* elem );
/* Make a new, completely independent copy of the given XArray, using
the existing allocation function to allocate the new space.
Space for the clone (and all additions to it) is billed to 'cc' unless
that is NULL, in which case the parent's cost-center is used.
Ths function never returns NULL. */
extern XArray* VG_(cloneXA)( const HChar* cc, const XArray* xa );
/* Get the raw array and size so callers can index it really fast.
This is dangerous in the sense that there's no range or
anything-else checking. It's also dangerous in that if
VG_(addToXA) is used, the contents may be re-located without
warning, hence making the contents address returned here
invalid. */
extern void VG_(getContentsXA_UNSAFE)( XArray* sr,
/*OUT*/void** ctsP,
/*OUT*/Word* usedP );
/* Convenience function: printf into an XArray of HChar, adding stuff
at the end. This is very convenient for concocting arbitrary
length printf output in an XArray. Note that the resulting string
is NOT zero-terminated. */
extern void VG_(xaprintf)( XArray* dst, const HChar* format, ... )
#endif // __PUB_TOOL_XARRAY_H
/*--- end pub_tool_xarray.h ---*/