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/*             Author:  Alan W Black (awb@cs.cmu.edu)                    */
/*               Date:  December 1999                                    */
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/*  Vals, typed objects                                                  */
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#ifndef _CST_VAL_H__
#define _CST_VAL_H__

#include "cst_file.h"
#include "cst_error.h"
#include "cst_alloc.h"
#include "cst_val_defs.h"

/* Only CONS can be an even number */
#define CST_VAL_TYPE_CONS    0
#define CST_VAL_TYPE_INT     1
#define CST_VAL_TYPE_FLOAT   3
#define CST_VAL_TYPE_STRING  5
#define CST_VAL_TYPE_FIRST_FREE 7
#define CST_VAL_TYPE_MAX     50

typedef struct  cst_val_cons_struct {
    struct cst_val_struct *car;
    struct cst_val_struct *cdr;
}  cst_val_cons;

typedef struct  cst_val_atom_struct {
#ifdef WORDS_BIGENDIAN
    short ref_count;
    short type;  /* order is here important */
#else
    short type;  /* order is here important */
    short ref_count;
#endif
    union 
    { 
	float fval;
	int ival;
	void *vval; 
    } v;
} cst_val_atom;

typedef struct  cst_val_struct {
    union
    {
	cst_val_cons cc;
	cst_val_atom a;
    } c;
} cst_val;

typedef struct cst_val_def_struct {
    const char *name;
    void (*delete_function)(void *);
} cst_val_def;

/* Constructor functions */
cst_val *int_val(int i);
cst_val *float_val(float f);
cst_val *string_val(const char *s);
cst_val *val_new_typed(int type, void *vv);
cst_val *cons_val(const cst_val *a, const cst_val *b);

/* Derefence and delete val if no other references */
void delete_val(cst_val *val);
void delete_val_list(cst_val *val);

/* Accessor functions */
int val_int(const cst_val *v);
float val_float(const cst_val *v);
const char *val_string(const cst_val *v);
void *val_void(const cst_val *v);
const cst_val *val_car(const cst_val *v);
const cst_val *val_cdr(const cst_val *v);

const cst_val *set_cdr(cst_val *v1, const cst_val *v2);
const cst_val *set_car(cst_val *v1, const cst_val *v2);

int cst_val_consp(const cst_val *v);

/* Unsafe accessor function -- for the brave and foolish */
#define CST_VAL_STRING_LVAL(X) ((X)->c.a.v.vval)
#define CST_VAL_TYPE(X) ((X)->c.a.type)
#define CST_VAL_INT(X) ((X)->c.a.v.ival)
#define CST_VAL_FLOAT(X) ((X)->c.a.v.fval)
#define CST_VAL_STRING(X) ((const char *)(CST_VAL_STRING_LVAL(X)))
#define CST_VAL_VOID(X) ((X)->c.a.v.vval)
#define CST_VAL_CAR(X) ((X)->c.cc.car)
#define CST_VAL_CDR(X) ((X)->c.cc.cdr)

#define CST_VAL_REFCOUNT(X) ((X)->c.a.ref_count)

/* Some standard function */
int val_equal(const cst_val *a, const cst_val *b);
int val_less(const cst_val *a, const cst_val *b);
int val_greater(const cst_val *a, const cst_val *b);
int val_member(const cst_val *a, const cst_val *b);
int val_member_string (const char *a, const cst_val *b);

void val_print(cst_file fd,const cst_val *v);
cst_val *val_reverse(cst_val *v);
cst_val *val_append(cst_val *a,cst_val *b);
int val_length(const cst_val *l);

/* make sure you know what you are doing before you call these */
int val_dec_refcount(const cst_val *b);
cst_val *val_inc_refcount(const cst_val *b);

#include "cst_val_const.h"
extern const cst_val_def cst_val_defs[];

/* Generic pointer vals */
typedef void cst_userdata;
CST_VAL_USER_TYPE_DCLS(userdata,cst_userdata);

#endif