1: /*
   2:  * Copyright (c) 1980 Regents of the University of California.
   3:  * All rights reserved.  The Berkeley software License Agreement
   4:  * specifies the terms and conditions for redistribution.
   5:  *
   6:  *	@(#)0.h	5.2 (Berkeley) 6/20/85
   7:  */
   8: 
   9: #define DEBUG
  10: #define CONSETS
  11: #define CHAR
  12: #define STATIC
  13: #define hp21mx 0
  14: 
  15: #include    <stdio.h>
  16: #include    <sys/types.h>
  17: #undef roundup
  18: 
  19: typedef enum {FALSE, TRUE} bool;
  20: 
  21: /*
  22:  * Option flags
  23:  *
  24:  * The following options are recognized in the text of the program
  25:  * and also on the command line:
  26:  *
  27:  *	b	block buffer the file output
  28:  *
  29:  *	i	make a listing of the procedures and functions in
  30:  *		the following include files
  31:  *
  32:  *	l	make a listing of the program
  33:  *
  34:  *	n	place each include file on a new page with a header
  35:  *
  36:  *	p	disable post mortem and statement limit counting
  37:  *
  38:  *	t	disable run-time tests
  39:  *
  40:  *	u	card image mode; only first 72 chars of input count
  41:  *
  42:  *	w	suppress special diagnostic warnings
  43:  *
  44:  *	z	generate counters for an execution profile
  45:  */
  46: #ifdef DEBUG
  47: bool    fulltrace, errtrace, testtrace, yyunique;
  48: #endif DEBUG
  49: 
  50: /*
  51:  * Each option has a stack of 17 option values, with opts giving
  52:  * the current, top value, and optstk the value beneath it.
  53:  * One refers to option `l' as, e.g., opt('l') in the text for clarity.
  54:  */
  55: char    opts[ 'z' - 'A' + 1];
  56: short   optstk[ 'z' - 'A' + 1];
  57: 
  58: #define opt(c) opts[c-'A']
  59: 
  60: /*
  61:  * Monflg is set when we are generating
  62:  * a pxp profile.  this is set by the -z command line option.
  63:  */
  64: bool    monflg;
  65: 
  66:     /*
  67:      *	profflag is set when we are generating a prof profile.
  68:      *	this is set by the -p command line option.
  69:      */
  70: #ifdef PC
  71: bool    profflag;
  72: #endif
  73: 
  74: 
  75: /*
  76:  * NOTES ON THE DYNAMIC NATURE OF THE DATA STRUCTURES
  77:  *
  78:  * Pi uses expandable tables for
  79:  * its namelist (symbol table), string table
  80:  * hash table, and parse tree space.  The following
  81:  * definitions specify the size of the increments
  82:  * for these items in fundamental units so that
  83:  * each uses approximately 1024 bytes.
  84:  */
  85: 
  86: #define STRINC  1024        /* string space increment */
  87: #define TRINC   1024        /* tree space increment */
  88: #define HASHINC 509     /* hash table size in words, each increment */
  89: #define NLINC   56      /* namelist increment size in nl structs */
  90: 
  91: /*
  92:  * The initial sizes of the structures.
  93:  * These should be large enough to compile
  94:  * an "average" sized program so as to minimize
  95:  * storage requests.
  96:  * On a small system or and 11/34 or 11/40
  97:  * these numbers can be trimmed to make the
  98:  * compiler smaller.
  99:  */
 100: #define ITREE   2000
 101: #define INL 200
 102: #define IHASH   509
 103: 
 104: /*
 105:  * The following limits on hash and tree tables currently
 106:  * allow approximately 1200 symbols and 20k words of tree
 107:  * space.  The fundamental limit of 64k total data space
 108:  * should be exceeded well before these are full.
 109:  */
 110: /*
 111:  * TABLE_MULTIPLIER is for uniformly increasing the sizes of the tables
 112:  */
 113: #ifdef ADDR32
 114: #define TABLE_MULTIPLIER    8
 115: #endif ADDR32
 116: #ifdef ADDR16
 117: #define TABLE_MULTIPLIER    1
 118: #endif ADDR16
 119: #define MAXHASH (4 * TABLE_MULTIPLIER)
 120: #define MAXNL   (12 * TABLE_MULTIPLIER)
 121: #define MAXTREE (40 * TABLE_MULTIPLIER)
 122: /*
 123:  * MAXDEPTH is the depth of the parse stack.
 124:  * STACK_MULTIPLIER is for increasing its size.
 125:  */
 126: #ifdef ADDR32
 127: #define STACK_MULTIPLIER    8
 128: #endif ADDR32
 129: #ifdef ADDR16
 130: #define STACK_MULTIPLIER    1
 131: #endif ADDR16
 132: #define MAXDEPTH ( 150 * STACK_MULTIPLIER )
 133: 
 134: /*
 135:  * ERROR RELATED DEFINITIONS
 136:  */
 137: 
 138: /*
 139:  * Exit statuses to pexit
 140:  *
 141:  * AOK
 142:  * ERRS		Compilation errors inhibit obj productin
 143:  * NOSTART	Errors before we ever got started
 144:  * DIED		We ran out of memory or some such
 145:  */
 146: #define AOK 0
 147: #define ERRS    1
 148: #define NOSTART 2
 149: #define DIED    3
 150: 
 151: bool    Recovery;
 152: 
 153: #define eholdnl()   Eholdnl = TRUE
 154: #define nocascade() Enocascade = TRUE
 155: 
 156: bool    Eholdnl, Enocascade;
 157: 
 158: 
 159: /*
 160:  * The flag eflg is set whenever we have a hard error.
 161:  * The character in errpfx will precede the next error message.
 162:  * When cgenflg is set code generation is suppressed.
 163:  * This happens whenver we have an error (i.e. if eflg is set)
 164:  * and when we are walking the tree to determine types only.
 165:  */
 166: bool    eflg;
 167: char    errpfx;
 168: 
 169: #define setpfx(x)   errpfx = x
 170: 
 171: #define standard()  setpfx('s')
 172: #define warning()   setpfx('w')
 173: #define recovered() setpfx('e')
 174: #define continuation()  setpfx(' ')
 175: 
 176: int cgenflg;
 177: 
 178: 
 179: /*
 180:  * The flag syneflg is used to suppress the diagnostics of the form
 181:  *	E 10 a, defined in someprocedure, is neither used nor set
 182:  * when there were syntax errors in "someprocedure".
 183:  * In this case, it is likely that these warinings would be spurious.
 184:  */
 185: bool    syneflg;
 186: 
 187: /*
 188:  * The compiler keeps its error messages in a file.
 189:  * The variable efil is the unit number on which
 190:  * this file is open for reading of error message text.
 191:  * Similarly, the file ofil is the unit of the file
 192:  * "obj" where we write the interpreter code.
 193:  */
 194: short   efil;
 195: 
 196: #ifdef OBJ
 197: short   ofil;
 198: 
 199: short   obuf[518];
 200: #endif
 201: 
 202: bool    Enoline;
 203: #define elineoff()  Enoline = TRUE
 204: #define elineon()   Enoline = FALSE
 205: 
 206: 
 207: /*
 208:  * SYMBOL TABLE STRUCTURE DEFINITIONS
 209:  *
 210:  * The symbol table is henceforth referred to as the "namelist".
 211:  * It consists of a number of structures of the form "nl" below.
 212:  * These are contained in a number of segments of the symbol
 213:  * table which are dynamically allocated as needed.
 214:  * The major namelist manipulation routines are contained in the
 215:  * file "nl.c".
 216:  *
 217:  * The major components of a namelist entry are the "symbol", giving
 218:  * a pointer into the string table for the string associated with this
 219:  * entry and the "class" which tells which of the (currently 19)
 220:  * possible types of structure this is.
 221:  *
 222:  * Many of the classes use the "type" field for a pointer to the type
 223:  * which the entry has.
 224:  *
 225:  * Other pieces of information in more than one class include the block
 226:  * in which the symbol is defined, flags indicating whether the symbol
 227:  * has been used and whether it has been assigned to, etc.
 228:  *
 229:  * A more complete discussion of the features of the namelist is impossible
 230:  * here as it would be too voluminous.  Refer to the "PI 1.0 Implementation
 231:  * Notes" for more details.
 232:  */
 233: 
 234: /*
 235:  * The basic namelist structure.
 236:  * There is a union of data types defining the stored information
 237:  * as pointers, integers, longs, or a double.
 238:  *
 239:  * The array disptab defines the hash header for the symbol table.
 240:  * Symbols are hashed based on the low 6 bits of their pointer into
 241:  * the string table; see the routines in the file "lookup.c" and also "fdec.c"
 242:  * especially "funcend".
 243:  */
 244: extern int  pnumcnt;
 245: 
 246: struct  nl {
 247:     char    *symbol;
 248:     char    info[4];
 249:     struct  nl *type;
 250:     struct  nl *chain, *nl_next;
 251:     union {
 252:         struct nl *un_ptr[5];
 253:         int    un_value[5];
 254:         long       un_range[2];
 255:         double     un_real;
 256:         struct nl  *un_nptr[5]; /* Points to conformant array bounds */
 257:     } nl_un;
 258: #	ifdef PTREE
 259:         pPointer    inTree;
 260: #	endif PTREE
 261: };
 262: 
 263: #define class       info[0]
 264: #define nl_flags    info[1]
 265: #define nl_block    info[1]
 266: #define extra_flags info[2]
 267: #define align_info  info[3]
 268: 
 269: #define range   nl_un.un_range
 270: #define value   nl_un.un_value
 271: #define ptr nl_un.un_ptr
 272: #define real    nl_un.un_real
 273: #define nptr    nl_un.un_nptr
 274: 
 275: extern struct nl *nlp, *disptab[077+1], *Fp;
 276: extern struct nl nl[INL];
 277: 
 278: 
 279: /*
 280:  * NL FLAGS BITS
 281:  *
 282:  * Definitions of the usage of the bits in
 283:  * the nl_flags byte. Note that the low 5 bits of the
 284:  * byte are the "nl_block" and that some classes make use
 285:  * of this byte as a "width".
 286:  *
 287:  * The only non-obvious bit definition here is "NFILES"
 288:  * which records whether a structure contains any files.
 289:  * Such structures are not allowed to be dynamically allocated.
 290:  */
 291: 
 292: #define BLOCKNO( flag ) ( flag & 037 )
 293: #define NLFLAGS( flag ) ( flag &~ 037 )
 294: 
 295: #define NUSED   0100
 296: #define NMOD    0040
 297: #define NFORWD  0200
 298: #define NFILES  0200
 299: #ifdef PC
 300: #define NEXTERN 0001    /* flag used to mark external funcs and procs */
 301: #define NLOCAL  0002    /* variable is a local */
 302: #define NPARAM  0004    /* variable is a parameter */
 303: #define NGLOBAL 0010    /* variable is a global */
 304: #define NREGVAR 0020    /* or'ed in if variable is in a register */
 305: #define NNLOCAL 0040    /* named local variable, not used in symbol table */
 306: #endif PC
 307: 
 308: /*
 309:  * used to mark value[ NL_FORV ] for loop variables
 310:  */
 311: #define FORVAR      1
 312: 
 313: /*
 314:  * Definition of the commonly used "value" fields.
 315:  * The most important one is NL_OFFS which gives
 316:  * the offset of a variable in its stack mark.
 317:  */
 318: #define NL_OFFS 0
 319: 
 320: #define NL_CNTR 1
 321: #define NL_NLSTRT 2
 322: #define NL_LINENO 3
 323: #define NL_FVAR 3
 324: #define NL_ENTLOC 4 /* FUNC, PROC - entry point */
 325: #define NL_FCHAIN 4 /* FFUNC, FPROC - ptr to formals */
 326: 
 327: #define NL_GOLEV 2
 328: #define NL_GOLINE 3
 329: #define NL_FORV 1
 330: 
 331:     /*
 332:      *	nlp -> nl_un.un_ptr[] subscripts for records
 333:      *	NL_FIELDLIST	the chain of fixed fields of a record, in order.
 334:      *			the fields are also chained through ptr[NL_FIELDLIST].
 335:      *			this does not include the tag, or fields of variants.
 336:      *	NL_VARNT	pointer to the variants of a record,
 337:      *			these are then chained through the .chain field.
 338:      *	NL_VTOREC	pointer from a VARNT to the RECORD that is the variant.
 339:      *	NL_TAG		pointer from a RECORD to the tagfield
 340:      *			if there are any variants.
 341:      *	align_info	the alignment of a RECORD is in info[3].
 342:      */
 343: #define NL_FIELDLIST    1
 344: #define NL_VARNT    2
 345: #define NL_VTOREC   2
 346: #define NL_TAG      3
 347: /* and align_info is info[3].  #defined above */
 348: 
 349: #define NL_ELABEL 4 /* SCAL - ptr to definition of enums */
 350: 
 351: /*
 352:  * For BADUSE nl structures, NL_KINDS is a bit vector
 353:  * indicating the kinds of illegal usages complained about
 354:  * so far.  For kind of bad use "kind", "1 << kind" is set.
 355:  * The low bit is reserved as ISUNDEF to indicate whether
 356:  * this identifier is totally undefined.
 357:  */
 358: #define NL_KINDS    0
 359: 
 360: #define ISUNDEF     1
 361: 
 362:     /*
 363:      *	variables come in three flavors: globals, parameters, locals;
 364:      *	they can also hide in registers, but that's a different flag
 365:      */
 366: #define PARAMVAR    1
 367: #define LOCALVAR    2
 368: #define GLOBALVAR   3
 369: #define NAMEDLOCALVAR   4
 370: 
 371: /*
 372:  * NAMELIST CLASSES
 373:  *
 374:  * The following are the namelist classes.
 375:  * Different classes make use of the value fields
 376:  * of the namelist in different ways.
 377:  *
 378:  * The namelist should be redesigned by providing
 379:  * a number of structure definitions with one corresponding
 380:  * to each namelist class, ala a variant record in Pascal.
 381:  */
 382: #define BADUSE  0
 383: #define CONST   1
 384: #define TYPE    2
 385: #define VAR 3
 386: #define ARRAY   4
 387: #define PTRFILE 5
 388: #define RECORD  6
 389: #define FIELD   7
 390: #define PROC    8
 391: #define FUNC    9
 392: #define FVAR    10
 393: #define REF 11
 394: #define PTR 12
 395: #define FILET   13
 396: #define SET 14
 397: #define RANGE   15
 398: #define LABEL   16
 399: #define WITHPTR 17
 400: #define SCAL    18
 401: #define STR 19
 402: #define PROG    20
 403: #define IMPROPER 21
 404: #define VARNT   22
 405: #define FPROC   23
 406: #define FFUNC   24
 407: #define CRANGE  25
 408: 
 409: /*
 410:  * Clnames points to an array of names for the
 411:  * namelist classes.
 412:  */
 413: char    **clnames;
 414: 
 415: /*
 416:  * PRE-DEFINED NAMELIST OFFSETS
 417:  *
 418:  * The following are the namelist offsets for the
 419:  * primitive types. The ones which are negative
 420:  * don't actually exist, but are generated and tested
 421:  * internally. These definitions are sensitive to the
 422:  * initializations in nl.c.
 423:  */
 424: #define TFIRST -7
 425: #define TFILE  -7
 426: #define TREC   -6
 427: #define TARY   -5
 428: #define TSCAL  -4
 429: #define TPTR   -3
 430: #define TSET   -2
 431: #define TSTR   -1
 432: #define NIL 0
 433: #define TBOOL   1
 434: #define TCHAR   2
 435: #define TINT    3
 436: #define TDOUBLE 4
 437: #define TNIL    5
 438: #define T1INT   6
 439: #define T2INT   7
 440: #define T4INT   8
 441: #define T1CHAR  9
 442: #define T1BOOL  10
 443: #define T8REAL  11
 444: #define TLAST   11
 445: 
 446: /*
 447:  * SEMANTIC DEFINITIONS
 448:  */
 449: 
 450: /*
 451:  * NOCON and SAWCON are flags in the tree telling whether
 452:  * a constant set is part of an expression.
 453:  *	these are no longer used,
 454:  *	since we now do constant sets at compile time.
 455:  */
 456: #define NOCON   0
 457: #define SAWCON  1
 458: 
 459: /*
 460:  * The variable cbn gives the current block number,
 461:  * the variable bn is set as a side effect of a call to
 462:  * lookup, and is the block number of the variable which
 463:  * was found.
 464:  */
 465: short   bn, cbn;
 466: 
 467: /*
 468:  * The variable line is the current semantic
 469:  * line and is set in stat.c from the numbers
 470:  * embedded in statement type tree nodes.
 471:  */
 472: short   line;
 473: 
 474: /*
 475:  * The size of the display
 476:  * which defines the maximum nesting
 477:  * of procedures and functions allowed.
 478:  * Because of the flags in the current namelist
 479:  * this must be no greater than 32.
 480:  */
 481: #define DSPLYSZ 20
 482: 
 483:     /*
 484:      *	the following structure records whether a level declares
 485:      *	any variables which are (or contain) files.
 486:      *	this so that the runtime routines for file cleanup can be invoked.
 487:      */
 488: bool    dfiles[ DSPLYSZ ];
 489: 
 490: /*
 491:  * Structure recording information about a constant
 492:  * declaration.  It is actually the return value from
 493:  * the routine "gconst", but since C doesn't support
 494:  * record valued functions, this is more convenient.
 495:  */
 496: struct {
 497:     struct nl   *ctype;
 498:     short       cival;
 499:     double      crval;
 500:     char        *cpval; /* note used to be int * */
 501: } con;
 502: 
 503: /*
 504:  * The set structure records the lower bound
 505:  * and upper bound with the lower bound normalized
 506:  * to zero when working with a set. It is set by
 507:  * the routine setran in var.c.
 508:  */
 509: struct {
 510:     short   lwrb, uprbp;
 511: } set;
 512: 
 513:     /*
 514:      *	structures of this kind are filled in by precset and used by postcset
 515:      *	to indicate things about constant sets.
 516:      */
 517: struct csetstr {
 518:     struct nl   *csettype;
 519:     long    paircnt;
 520:     long    singcnt;
 521:     bool    comptime;
 522: };
 523: /*
 524:  * The following flags are passed on calls to lvalue
 525:  * to indicate how the reference is to affect the usage
 526:  * information for the variable being referenced.
 527:  * MOD is used to set the NMOD flag in the namelist
 528:  * entry for the variable, ASGN permits diagnostics
 529:  * to be formed when a for variable is assigned to in
 530:  * the range of the loop.
 531:  */
 532: #define NOFLAGS 0
 533: #define MOD 01
 534: #define ASGN    02
 535: #define NOUSE   04
 536: 
 537:     /*
 538:      *	the following flags are passed to lvalue and rvalue
 539:      *	to tell them whether an lvalue or rvalue is required.
 540:      *	the semantics checking is done according to the function called,
 541:      *	but for pc, lvalue may put out an rvalue by indirecting afterwards,
 542:      *	and rvalue may stop short of putting out the indirection.
 543:      */
 544: #define LREQ    01
 545: #define RREQ    02
 546: 
 547: double  MAXINT;
 548: double  MININT;
 549: 
 550: /*
 551:  * Variables for generation of profile information.
 552:  * Monflg is set when we want to generate a profile.
 553:  * Gocnt record the total number of goto's and
 554:  * cnts records the current counter for generating
 555:  * COUNT operators.
 556:  */
 557: short   gocnt;
 558: short   cnts;
 559: 
 560: /*
 561:  * Most routines call "incompat" rather than asking "!compat"
 562:  * for historical reasons.
 563:  */
 564: #define incompat    !compat
 565: 
 566: /*
 567:  * Parts records which declaration parts have been seen.
 568:  * The grammar allows the "label" "const" "type" "var" and routine
 569:  * parts to be repeated and to be in any order, so that
 570:  * they can be detected semantically to give better
 571:  * error diagnostics.
 572:  *
 573:  * The flag NONLOCALVAR indicates that a non-local var has actually
 574:  * been used hence the display must be saved; NONLOCALGOTO indicates
 575:  * that a non-local goto has been done hence that a setjmp must be done.
 576:  */
 577: int parts[ DSPLYSZ ];
 578: 
 579: #define LPRT        0x0001
 580: #define CPRT        0x0002
 581: #define TPRT        0x0004
 582: #define VPRT        0x0008
 583: #define RPRT        0x0010
 584: 
 585: #define NONLOCALVAR 0x0020
 586: #define NONLOCALGOTO    0x0040
 587: 
 588: /*
 589:  * Flags for the "you used / instead of div" diagnostic
 590:  */
 591: bool    divchk;
 592: bool    divflg;
 593: 
 594: bool    errcnt[DSPLYSZ];
 595: 
 596: /*
 597:  * Forechain links those types which are
 598:  *	^ sometype
 599:  * so that they can be evaluated later, permitting
 600:  * circular, recursive list structures to be defined.
 601:  */
 602: struct  nl *forechain;
 603: 
 604: /*
 605:  * Withlist links all the records which are currently
 606:  * opened scopes because of with statements.
 607:  */
 608: struct  nl *withlist;
 609: 
 610: struct  nl *intset;
 611: struct  nl *input, *output;
 612: struct  nl *program;
 613: 
 614: /* progseen flag used by PC to determine if
 615:  * a routine segment is being compiled (and
 616:  * therefore no program statement seen)
 617:  */
 618: bool    progseen;
 619: 
 620: 
 621: /*
 622:  * STRUCTURED STATEMENT GOTO CHECKING
 623:  *
 624:  * The variable level keeps track of the current
 625:  * "structured statement level" when processing the statement
 626:  * body of blocks.  This is used in the detection of goto's into
 627:  * structured statements in a block.
 628:  *
 629:  * Each label's namelist entry contains two pieces of information
 630:  * related to this check. The first `NL_GOLEV' either contains
 631:  * the level at which the label was declared, `NOTYET' if the label
 632:  * has not yet been declared, or `DEAD' if the label is dead, i.e.
 633:  * if we have exited the level in which the label was defined.
 634:  *
 635:  * When we discover a "goto" statement, if the label has not
 636:  * been defined yet, then we record the current level and the current line
 637:  * for a later error check.  If the label has been already become "DEAD"
 638:  * then a reference to it is an error.  Now the compiler maintains,
 639:  * for each block, a linked list of the labels headed by "gotos[bn]".
 640:  * When we exit a structured level, we perform the routine
 641:  * ungoto in stat.c. It notices labels whose definition levels have been
 642:  * exited and makes them be dead. For labels which have not yet been
 643:  * defined, ungoto will maintain NL_GOLEV as the minimum structured level
 644:  * since the first usage of the label. It is not hard to see that the label
 645:  * must eventually be declared at this level or an outer level to this
 646:  * one or a goto into a structured statement will exist.
 647:  */
 648: short   level;
 649: struct  nl *gotos[DSPLYSZ];
 650: 
 651: #define NOTYET  10000
 652: #define DEAD    10000
 653: 
 654: /*
 655:  * Noreach is true when the next statement will
 656:  * be unreachable unless something happens along
 657:  * (like exiting a looping construct) to save
 658:  * the day.
 659:  */
 660: bool    noreach;
 661: 
 662: /*
 663:  * UNDEFINED VARIABLE REFERENCE STRUCTURES
 664:  */
 665: struct  udinfo {
 666:     int ud_line;
 667:     struct  udinfo *ud_next;
 668:     char    nullch;
 669: };
 670: 
 671: /*
 672:  * CODE GENERATION DEFINITIONS
 673:  */
 674: 
 675: /*
 676:  * NSTAND is or'ed onto the abstract machine opcode
 677:  * for non-standard built-in procedures and functions.
 678:  */
 679: #define NSTAND  0400
 680: 
 681: #define codeon()    cgenflg++
 682: #define codeoff()   --cgenflg
 683: #define CGENNING    ( cgenflg >= 0 )
 684: 
 685: /*
 686:  * Codeline is the last lino output in the code generator.
 687:  * It used to be used to suppress LINO operators but no
 688:  * more since we now count statements.
 689:  * Lc is the intepreter code location counter.
 690:  *
 691: short	codeline;
 692:  */
 693: #ifdef OBJ
 694: char    *lc;
 695: #endif
 696: 
 697: 
 698: /*
 699:  * Routines which need types
 700:  * other than "integer" to be
 701:  * assumed by the compiler.
 702:  */
 703: double      atof();
 704: long        lwidth();
 705: long        leven();
 706: long        aryconst();
 707: long        a8tol();
 708: long        roundup();
 709: struct nl   *tmpalloc();
 710: struct nl   *lookup();
 711: double      atof();
 712: int     *hash();
 713: char        *alloc();
 714: int     *pcalloc();
 715: char        *savestr();
 716: char        *esavestr();
 717: char        *parnam();
 718: char        *malloc();
 719: char        *getlab();
 720: char        *getnext();
 721: char        *skipbl();
 722: char        *nameof();
 723: char        *pstrcpy();
 724: char        *myctime();
 725: char        *putlab();
 726: bool        fcompat();
 727: bool        constval();
 728: bool        precset();
 729: bool        nilfnil();
 730: struct nl   *funccod();
 731: struct nl   *pcfunccod();
 732: struct nl   *lookup1();
 733: struct nl   *hdefnl();
 734: struct nl   *defnl();
 735: struct nl   *flvalue();
 736: struct nl   *plist();
 737: struct nl   *enter();
 738: struct nl   *nlcopy();
 739: struct nl   *tyrec();
 740: struct nl   *tyary();
 741: struct nl   *tyrang();
 742: struct nl   *tyscal();
 743: struct nl   *deffld();
 744: struct nl   *stklval();
 745: struct nl   *scalar();
 746: struct nl   *gen();
 747: struct nl   *stkrval();
 748: struct nl   *funcext();
 749: struct nl   *funchdr();
 750: struct nl   *funcbody();
 751: struct nl   *yybaduse();
 752: struct nl   *stackRV();
 753: struct nl   *defvnt();
 754: struct nl   *tyrec1();
 755: struct nl   *reclook();
 756: struct nl   *asgnop1();
 757: struct nl   *pcasgconf();
 758: struct nl   *gtype();
 759: struct nl   *call();
 760: struct nl   *lvalue();
 761: struct nl   *pclvalue();
 762: struct nl   *rvalue();
 763: struct nl   *cset();
 764: struct nl   *tycrang();
 765: struct tnode    *newlist();
 766: struct tnode    *addlist();
 767: struct tnode    *fixlist();
 768: struct tnode    *setupvar();
 769: struct tnode    *setuptyrec();
 770: struct tnode    *setupfield();
 771: struct tnode    *tree();
 772: struct tnode    *tree1();
 773: struct tnode    *tree2();
 774: struct tnode    *tree3();
 775: struct tnode    *tree4();
 776: struct tnode    *tree5();
 777: 
 778: /*
 779:  * type cast NIL to keep lint happy (which is not so bad)
 780:  */
 781: #define     NLNIL   ( (struct nl *) NIL )
 782: #define     TR_NIL  ( (struct tnode *) NIL)
 783: 
 784: /*
 785:  * Funny structures to use
 786:  * pointers in wild and wooly ways
 787:  */
 788: struct cstruct{
 789:     char    pchar;
 790: };
 791: struct {
 792:     short   pint;
 793:     short   pint2;
 794: };
 795: struct lstruct {
 796:     long    plong;
 797: };
 798: struct {
 799:     double  pdouble;
 800: };
 801: 
 802: #define OCT 1
 803: #define HEX 2
 804: 
 805: /*
 806:  * MAIN PROGRAM VARIABLES, MISCELLANY
 807:  */
 808: 
 809: /*
 810:  * Variables forming a data base referencing
 811:  * the command line arguments with the "i" option, e.g.
 812:  * in "pi -i scanner.i compiler.p".
 813:  */
 814: char    **pflist;
 815: short   pflstc;
 816: short   pfcnt;
 817: 
 818: char    *filename;      /* current source file name */
 819: long    tvec;
 820: extern char *snark;     /* SNARK */
 821: extern char *classes[ ];    /* maps namelist classes to string names */
 822: 
 823: #define derror error
 824: 
 825: #ifdef  PC
 826: 
 827:     /*
 828:      *	the current function number, for [ lines
 829:      */
 830:     int ftnno;
 831: 
 832:     /*
 833:      *	the pc output stream
 834:      */
 835:     FILE *pcstream;
 836: 
 837: #endif PC

Defined variables

cbn defined in line 465; used 206 times
cgenflg defined in line 176; used 3 times
efil defined in line 194; used 4 times
filename defined in line 818; used 135 times
line defined in line 472; used 200 times
obuf defined in line 199; used 6 times
opts defined in line 55; used 4 times
optstk defined in line 56; used 4 times
pflstc defined in line 815; used 7 times

Defined struct's

csetstr defined in line 517; used 6 times
cstruct defined in line 788; used 4 times
lstruct defined in line 795; never used
nl defined in line 246; used 702 times

Defined macros

AOK defined in line 146; used 1 times
CONSETS defined in line 10; used 6 times
DSPLYSZ defined in line 481; used 4 times
HASHINC defined in line 88; used 8 times
IHASH defined in line 102; never used
IMPROPER defined in line 403; never used
INL defined in line 101; used 4 times
ITREE defined in line 100; used 2 times
LABEL defined in line 398; used 1 times
MAXDEPTH defined in line 132; used 3 times
MAXHASH defined in line 119; used 2 times
MAXNL defined in line 120; used 2 times
MAXTREE defined in line 121; used 2 times
NAMEDLOCALVAR defined in line 369; used 1 times
NIL defined in line 432; used 301 times
NLFLAGS defined in line 293; used 2 times
NLINC defined in line 89; used 4 times
NLNIL defined in line 781; used 471 times
NL_ELABEL defined in line 349; used 6 times
NL_FIELDLIST defined in line 343; used 21 times
NL_GOLEV defined in line 327; used 13 times
NL_GOLINE defined in line 328; used 2 times
NL_NLSTRT defined in line 321; never used
PTRFILE defined in line 387; never used
SAWCON defined in line 457; used 6 times
STACK_MULTIPLIER defined in line 130; used 1 times
STRINC defined in line 86; used 11 times
T1INT defined in line 438; used 1 times
T8REAL defined in line 443; never used
TABLE_MULTIPLIER defined in line 117; used 3 times
TFILE defined in line 425; used 1 times
TLAST defined in line 444; used 1 times
TRINC defined in line 87; used 1 times
TR_NIL defined in line 782; used 180 times
class defined in line 263; used 239 times
continuation defined in line 174; used 1 times
elineoff defined in line 203; used 1 times
elineon defined in line 204; used 1 times
opt defined in line 58; used 166 times
value defined in line 270; used 231 times

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