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/*  This file is part of GNU bc.

    Copyright (C) 1991-1994, 1997, 2006 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

    This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
    it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
    the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License , or
    (at your option) any later version.

    This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
    but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
    GNU General Public License for more details.

    You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
    along with this program; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to:
      The Free Software Foundation, Inc.
      Foundation, Inc.  51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor,
      Boston, MA 02110-1301  USA

    You may contact the author by:
       e-mail:  philnelson@acm.org
      us-mail:  Philip A. Nelson
                Computer Science Department, 9062
                Western Washington University
                Bellingham, WA 98226-9062

/* bcdefs.h:  The single file to include all constants and type definitions. */

/* Include the configuration file. */
#include "config.h"

/* Standard includes for all files. */
#include <stdio.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <ctype.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <strings.h>
#include <limits.h>

#if defined(LIBEDIT)
#include <histedit.h>

#if defined(READLINE)
#include <readline/readline.h>
#include <readline/history.h>

/* Initialization magic ... */
#ifdef _GLOBAL_C
#define EXTERN 
#define INIT(x) = x
#define EXTERN extern
#define INIT(x)

/* Include the other definitions. */
#include "const.h"
#include "number.h"

/* These definitions define all the structures used in
   code and data storage.  This includes the representation of
   labels.   The "guiding" principle is to make structures that
   take a minimum of space when unused but can be built to contain
   the full structures.  */

/* Labels are first.  Labels are generated sequentially in functions
   and full code.  They just "point" to a single bye in the code.  The
   "address" is the byte number.  The byte number is used to get an
   actual character pointer. */

typedef struct bc_label_group
      long l_adrs [ BC_LABEL_GROUP ];
      struct bc_label_group *l_next;
    } bc_label_group;

/* Argument list.  Recorded in the function so arguments can
   be checked at call time. */

typedef struct arg_list
      int av_name;
      int arg_is_var;         /* Extension ... variable parameters. */
      struct arg_list *next;
    } arg_list;

/* Each function has its own code segments and labels.  There can be
   no jumps between functions so labels are unique to a function. */

typedef struct 
      char f_defined;   /* Is this function defined yet. */
      char f_void;      /* Is this function a void function. */
      char *f_body;
      int  f_body_size;  /* Size of body.  Power of 2. */
      int  f_code_size;
      bc_label_group *f_label;
      arg_list *f_params;
      arg_list *f_autos;
    } bc_function;

/* Code addresses. */
typedef struct {
      int pc_func;
      int pc_addr;
    } program_counter;

/* Variables are "pushable" (auto) and thus we need a stack mechanism.
   This is built into the variable record. */

typedef struct bc_var
      bc_num v_value;
      struct bc_var *v_next;
    }  bc_var;

/* bc arrays can also be "auto" variables and thus need the same
   kind of stacking mechanisms. */

typedef struct bc_array_node
        bc_num n_num [NODE_SIZE];
        struct bc_array_node *n_down [NODE_SIZE];
      } n_items;
    } bc_array_node;

typedef struct bc_array
      bc_array_node *a_tree;
      short a_depth;
    } bc_array;

typedef struct bc_var_array
      bc_array *a_value;
      char      a_param;
      struct bc_var_array *a_next;
    } bc_var_array;

/* For the stacks, execution and function, we need records to allow
   for arbitrary size. */

typedef struct estack_rec {
      bc_num s_num;
      struct estack_rec *s_next;
} estack_rec;

typedef struct fstack_rec {
      int  s_val;
      struct fstack_rec *s_next;
} fstack_rec;

/* The following are for the name tree. */

typedef struct id_rec {
      char  *id;      /* The program name. */
                  /* A name == 0 => nothing assigned yet. */
      int   a_name;   /* The array variable name (number). */
      int   f_name;   /* The function name (number).  */
      int   v_name;   /* The variable name (number).  */
        short balance;  /* For the balanced tree. */
      struct id_rec *left, *right; /* Tree pointers. */
} id_rec;

/* A list of files to process. */

typedef struct file_node {
      char *name;
      struct file_node *next;
} file_node;

/* Macro Definitions */

#if defined(LIBEDIT)
#define HISTORY_SIZE(n) history(hist, &histev, H_SETSIZE, n)
#define UNLIMIT_HISTORY history(hist, &histev, H_SETSIZE, INT_MAX)

#if defined(READLINE)
#define HISTORY_SIZE(n) stifle_history(n)
#define UNLIMIT_HISTORY unstifle_history()

/* Now the global variable declarations. */
#include "global.h"

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