select.c   [plain text]

/* Implement the SELECT statement for character variables.
   Contributed by Andy Vaught

This file is part of the GNU Fortran 95 runtime library (libgfortran).

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#include "libgfortran.h"

typedef struct
  char *low;
  int low_len;
  char *high;
  int high_len;
  void *address;

extern void * select_string (select_struct *table, int table_len,
			     void *default_jump, const char *selector,
			     int selector_len);

/* select_string()-- Given a selector string and a table of
 * select_struct structures, return the address to jump to. */

void *
select_string (select_struct *table, int table_len, void *default_jump,
	       const char *selector, int selector_len)
  select_struct *t;
  int i, low, high, mid;

  if (table_len == 0)
    return default_jump;

  /* Record the default address if present */

  if (table->low == NULL && table->high == NULL)
      default_jump = table->address;

      if (table_len == 0)
        return default_jump;

  /* Try the high and low bounds if present. */

  if (table->low == NULL)
      if (compare_string (table->high_len, table->high,
			        selector_len, selector) >= 0)
        return table->address;

      if (table_len == 0)
        return default_jump;

  t = table + table_len - 1;

  if (t->high == NULL)
      if (compare_string (t->low_len, t->low,
			        selector_len, selector) <= 0)
        return t->address;

      if (table_len == 0)
        return default_jump;

  /* At this point, the only table entries are bounded entries.  Find
     the right entry with a binary chop. */

  low = -1;
  high = table_len;

  while (low + 1 < high)
      mid = (low + high) / 2;

      t = table + mid;
      i = compare_string (t->low_len, t->low, selector_len, selector);

      if (i == 0)
        return t->address;

      if (i < 0)
        low = mid;
        high = mid;

  /* The string now lies between the low indeces of the now-adjacent
     high and low entries.  Because it is less than the low entry of
     'high', it can't be that one.  If low is still -1, then no
     entries match.  Otherwise, we have to check the high entry of
     'low'. */

  if (low == -1)
    return default_jump;

  t = table + low;
  if (compare_string (selector_len, selector,
			    t->high_len, t->high) <= 0)
    return t->address;

  return default_jump;