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Here are the functions for creating and managing sic parsers.

 #ifndef SIC_SIC_H #define SIC_SIC_H 1 #include <sic/common.h> #include <sic/error.h> #include <sic/list.h> #include <sic/syntax.h> typedef struct sic {   char *result;                 /* result string */   size_t len;                   /* bytes used by result field */   size_t lim;                   /* bytes allocated to result field */   struct builtintab *builtins;  /* tables of builtin functions */   SyntaxTable **syntax;         /* dispatch table for syntax of input */   List *syntax_init;            /* stack of syntax state initialisers */   List *syntax_finish;          /* stack of syntax state finalizers */   SicState *state;              /* state data from syntax extensions */ } Sic; #endif /* !SIC_SIC_H */ 

This structure has fields to store registered command ( builtins ) and syntax ( syntax ) handlers, along with other state information ( state ) that can be used to share information between various handlers, and some room to build a result or error string ( result ).

This document was generated by Gary V. Vaughan on May, 24 2001 using texi2html

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ISBN: 1578701902
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2002
Pages: 290

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