Added initialization for automatic variables conditional on NDEBUG flag. If it is not defined, this module is slower. If it IS defined, the module returns a UNION with parts uninitialized which really annoys memory auditors like purify. @endnote Requires: #include

* * Be sure that within value_t the union is aligned on an 8 byte boundary * or alignment errors will occur. As of 3/96 it does on all * CMU architectures (sparc, hp, alpha). * * @todo Someone really should redo this struct value_t so that it doesn't * waste so much space. It takes 24 bytes instead of the 16 that it * should. BAA. */ struct value_t { enum value_kind t; /**< The type of this value. */ unsigned int constant; /**< since the union aligns on the double, this free */ union value_union u; /**< The actual value. */ }; extern void InitValueManager(void); /**< * Sets up value memory management. This must be called once * before any value_t can be built, ideally at startup time. * Do not call it again unless DestroyValueManager is called first * and all outstanding value_t have been destroyed. * If insufficient memory to compile anything at all, does exit(2). */ extern void DestroyValueManager(void); /**< * Destroy value memory management. This must be called to * clean up before shutting down ASCEND. * Do attempt to evaluate anything after you call this unless you * have recalled InitValueManager(). */ extern void ReportValueManager(FILE *f); /**< * Reports on the value manager to f. */ #ifdef NDEBUG #define IVAL(x) #else #define IVAL(x) ValInit(&(x)) #endif /**< * Initialize a struct value_t variable (NOT a pointer to same). * Does nothing if NDEBUG is defined. * If you want to init a pointer to a value_t, use IVALPTR().

* * IVAL(stackvar) (or IVARPTR(&stackvar)) should be called on * locally allocated value_t before any other action using them * is taken. When NDEBUG is not defined, it causes the stack memory * to be initialized to 0. Normally it is a do nothing macro. * Proper initialization helps us separate signal from noise in * gdb and purify. * @param x The struct value_t to initialize. * @return No return value. * @see ValInit() */ #ifdef NDEBUG #define IVALPTR(y) #else #define IVALPTR(y) ValInit(y) #endif /**< * Initialize a struct value_t variable via a pointer. * Does nothing if NDEBUG is defined. * If you want to init a struct value_t (i.e. not a pointer to * same), use IVAL(). * @param y Pointer to the struct value_t to initialize. * @return No return value. * @see ValInit() */ extern void ValInit(struct value_t *v); /**< * Implementation function for IVAL() and IVALPTR(). * Do not call this function directly - use IVAL() or IVALPTR() instead. */ #define ValueKind(v) ((v).t) /**< * Return the value of a value_t. */ #define IntegerValue(v) ((v).u.i) /**< * Return the value of an integer or integer_constant value_t. */ #define RealValue(v) ((v).u.r.value) /**< * Return the real value of a real or real_constant value_t. */ #define BooleanValue(v) ((v).u.b) /**< * Return the boolean value of a boolean or boolean_constant value_t. */ #define RealValueDimensions(v) ((v).u.r.dimp) /**< * Return the dimensions of the real or real_constant value_t. */ #define SetValue(v) ((v).u.sptr) /**< * Return the set value of a set value_t. */ #define SymbolValue(v) ((v).u.sym_ptr) /**< * Return the symbol value of a symbol or symbol_constant value_t. * This will be a symchar *. */ #define ErrorValue(v) ((v).u.t) /**< * Return the error type. */ extern struct value_t CopyValue(struct value_t value); /**< * Return a copy of the value. */ extern struct value_t CreateRealValue(double value,CONST dim_type *dim, unsigned constant); /**< * Create a real value node from the given value and dimensions. * Value created is created marked as variable if constant is 0 * and constant if constant is 1. */ extern struct value_t CreateIntegerValue(long value, unsigned constant); /**< * Create an integer value. * Value created is created marked as variable if constant is 0 * and constant if constant is 1. */ extern struct value_t CreateSymbolValue(symchar *sym_ptr, unsigned constant); /**< * Create a symbol value. * Value created is created marked as variable if constant is 0 * and constant if constant is 1. */ extern struct value_t CreateBooleanValue(int truth, unsigned constant); /**< * Create a boolean value. * Value created is created marked as variable if constant is 0 * and constant if constant is 1. */ extern struct value_t CreateSetValue(struct set_t *sptr); /**< * Create a set value. * Value created is created marked as constant. Mark it as variable * if you need to. * @bug BUG BUG BUG. When we have variable sets, this needs to be cleaned up. */ extern struct value_t CreateSetFromList(struct value_t value); /**< * Create a set from a list of values. Does not damage the list value given. * Value created is created marked as constant. Mark it as variable * if you need to. * The values given may be int, str, or set of int/str, but must be of * all the same type. * @bug BUG BUG BUG. When we have variable sets, this needs to be cleaned up. */ extern struct value_t CreateOrderedSetFromList(struct value_t value); /**< * Create a set from a list of values. The set that will be created will * NOT have unique elements, nor will the elments be sorted. In this way * the set that is created behaves more like a list. Useful for processing * arguments to multivariate functions. Appropriate errors are returned * in the event of an error/inconsistency in the elements. * Value created is created marked as variable. Mark it as constant * if you need to. */ extern struct value_t CreateErrorValue(enum evaluation_error t); /**< * Create an error value. * Value created is created marked as variable. Mark it as constant * if you need to. */ extern struct value_t CreateVacantListValue(void); /**< * Create a list value with no elements and minimal memory. * Use this when you expect the list to die soon and without expansion. * Value created is created marked as variable. Mark it as constant * if you need to. */ extern struct value_t CreateEmptyListValue(void); /**< * Create a list value with no elements but some memory. * Value created is created marked as variable. Mark it as constant * if you need to. */ extern void AppendToListValue(struct value_t list, struct value_t value); /**< * Add "value" to the list value "list". This procedure will destory * "value" if it needs to be. */ #define IsConstantValue(v) ((v).constant) /**< * Return 1 if value is marked constant, 0 if not. */ #define BothConstantValue(va,vb) ((va).constant && (vb).constant) /**< * Return 1 if both args marked constant, 0 if not. */ #define SetConstantValue(v) ((v).constant = 1) /**< * Mark value as constant. */ #define SetVariableValue(v) ((v).constant = 0) /**< * Mark value as constant. */ extern void DestroyValue(struct value_t *value); /**< * This function will deallocate the sets and lists of a value. * Note this requires a pointer. This function does NOT free the * pointer sent it. It DOES free all the values contained in the list of * a list_value and calls DestroySet on a set_value. This function is * potentially recursive. */ /* * OPERATIONS: None of the operations below will ever deallocate memory. */ extern struct value_t AddValues(struct value_t value1, struct value_t value2); /**< * Return value1 + value2. * If both args are constant, result is. * Inputs and return must be real, integer or set. * ifdef CATTEST, inputs may be symbols as well. * Bad input will return error_value. */ extern struct value_t SubtractValues(struct value_t value1,struct value_t value2); /**< * Return value1 - value2. * If both args are constant, result is. * Inputs and return must be real, integer, boolean, symbol or list. * Bad input will return error_value. */ extern struct value_t MultiplyValues(struct value_t value1, struct value_t value2); /**< * Return value1 * value2. * If both args are constant, result is. * Inputs must be real or integer. If either is real, the result * is real. Dimensionality of result will be derived from inputs. * Inputs may also be sets if both value1 and 2 are sets. * Result will then be the INTERSECTION of those sets. * Bad input will return error_value. */ extern struct value_t DivideValues(struct value_t value1, struct value_t value2); /**< * Return value1 / value2. * If both args are constant, result is. * Inputs must be real or integer. If either is real, the result * is real. Dimensionality of result will be derived from inputs. * If both input values are integer, integer division will be performed * without promotion to real first and return value will be integer. * Bad input will return error_value. */ extern struct value_t PowerValues(struct value_t value1, struct value_t value2); /**< * Return value1 ^ value2. * If both args are constant, result is. * Performs integer and real power functions. * IF value2 is nonintegral real, then value1 must be > 0 and DIMENSIONLESS. * If both arguments are integer, result is. */ extern struct value_t CardValues(struct value_t value); /**< * Return the cardinality of the set in value. * Value is marked constant. * Result is an integer. */ extern struct value_t ChoiceValues(struct value_t value); /**< * Return an arbitrary but consistent member of the set in value. * That is it always returns the same member from a given set. * Value is marked constant. */ #define FIRSTCHOICE 1 /**< * If FIRSTCHOICE = 0 ChoiceValues uses a fancy method to pick the * set member, else it will always return the first (in internal * storage) set member. You can guess what our storage is. * The DEFAULT value of this is 1 because it gives deterministic * behavior that is platform independent across platforms with an * identical collating sequence. */ extern struct value_t SumValues(struct value_t value); /**< * Return the summation of the value. * If args are constant, result is. * Sums of reals and integers are promoted to real. * Sums of reals must be dimensionally consistent or an error_value will * be returned. */ extern struct value_t ProdValues(struct value_t value); /**< * Return the product of the value. * If args are constant, result is. * */ extern struct value_t UnionValues(struct value_t value); /**< * Return the union of the value. * If args are constant, result is. * Returns the set UNION of the set or list given. */ extern struct value_t IntersectionValues(struct value_t value); /**< * Return the intersection of the value. If value is an empty list, * this returns an error. * If args are constant, result is. * Returns the set INTERSECTION of the set or list given. */ extern struct value_t OrValues(struct value_t value1, struct value_t value2); /**< * Return value1 OR value2. Arguments and result are boolean. * If args are constant, result is. */ extern struct value_t AndValues(struct value_t value1, struct value_t value2); /**< * Return value1 AND value2. Arguments and result are boolean. * If args are constant, result is. */ extern struct value_t InValues(struct value_t value1, struct value_t value2); /**< * Return value1 IN value2. * value1 is a integer or symbol. value2 is a set. * Return is a boolean. */ extern struct value_t EqualValues(struct value_t value1, struct value_t value2); /**< * Return value1 == value2. Result is boolean. * Comparison exact, and values must be of same type except that * integer/real comparisons are promoted as necessary. * If args are constant, result is. */ extern struct value_t NotEqualValues(struct value_t value1, struct value_t value2); /**< * Return value1 != value2. Result is boolean. * If args are constant, result is. * Comparison exact, and values must be of same type except that * integer/real comparisons are promoted as necessary. * Has problems dealing with sets. This constitutes a bug to be fixed. */ extern struct value_t LessValues(struct value_t value1, struct value_t value2); /**< * Return value1 < value2. Result is boolean. * Values must be real, integer,symbol. Sets are not handled. * Comparison exact, and values must be of same type except that * integer/real comparisons are promoted as necessary. * If args are constant, result is. */ extern struct value_t GreaterValues(struct value_t value1, struct value_t value2); /**< * Return value1 > value2. Result is boolean. * Values must be real, integer,symbol. Sets are not handled. * Comparison exact, and values must be of same type except that * integer/real comparisons are promoted as necessary. * If args are constant, result is. */ extern struct value_t LessEqValues(struct value_t value1, struct value_t value2); /**< * Return value1 <= value2. Result is boolean. * Values must be real, integer,symbol. sets are not handled. * Comparison exact, and values must be of same type except that * integer/real comparisons are promoted as necessary. * If args are constant, result is. */ extern struct value_t GreaterEqValues(struct value_t value1, struct value_t value2); /**< * Return value1 >= value2. Result is boolean. * Values must be real, integer,symbol. sets are not handled. * Comparison exact, and values must be of same type except that * integer/real comparisons are promoted as necessary. * If args are constant, result is. */ extern struct value_t ApplyFunction(struct value_t value, CONST struct Func *f); /**< * Apply the function f to value. Note all function evaluations require * appropriately dimensioned (or wild) arguments. * If args are constant, result is. */ extern struct value_t NegateValue(struct value_t value); /**< * Return - value. * If args are constant, result is. */ extern struct value_t NotValue(struct value_t value); /**< * Return NOT value; Value and result are boolean. * If args are constant, result is. */ /* @} */ #endif /* ASC_VALUE_TYPE_H */