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681    
682     #define MODULE_CHARFUNC
683    
684     #include <assert.h>
685     #include <stddef.h>
686    
687     #include "charfunc.h"
688    
689    
690     int CHARFUNC_is_digit(char c)
691     {
692     switch (c)
693     {
694     case '0': return(1);
695     break;
696     case '1': return(1);
697     break;
698     case '2': return(1);
699     break;
700     case '3': return(1);
701     break;
702     case '4': return(1);
703     break;
704     case '5': return(1);
705     break;
706     case '6': return(1);
707     break;
708     case '7': return(1);
709     break;
710     case '8': return(1);
711     break;
712     case '9': return(1);
713     break;
714     default: return(0);
715     break;
716     }
717     }
718    
719    
720     int CHARFUNC_is_letter_lc(char c)
721     {
722     switch (c)
723     {
724     case 'a':
725     return(1);
726     break;
727     case 'b':
728     return(1);
729     break;
730     case 'c':
731     return(1);
732     break;
733     case 'd':
734     return(1);
735     break;
736     case 'e':
737     return(1);
738     break;
739     case 'f':
740     return(1);
741     break;
742     case 'g':
743     return(1);
744     break;
745     case 'h':
746     return(1);
747     break;
748     case 'i':
749     return(1);
750     break;
751     case 'j':
752     return(1);
753     break;
754     case 'k':
755     return(1);
756     break;
757     case 'l':
758     return(1);
759     break;
760     case 'm':
761     return(1);
762     break;
763     case 'n':
764     return(1);
765     break;
766     case 'o':
767     return(1);
768     break;
769     case 'p':
770     return(1);
771     break;
772     case 'q':
773     return(1);
774     break;
775     case 'r':
776     return(1);
777     break;
778     case 's':
779     return(1);
780     break;
781     case 't':
782     return(1);
783     break;
784     case 'u':
785     return(1);
786     break;
787     case 'v':
788     return(1);
789     break;
790     case 'w':
791     return(1);
792     break;
793     case 'x':
794     return(1);
795     break;
796     case 'y':
797     return(1);
798     break;
799     case 'z':
800     return(1);
801     break;
802     default:
803     return(0);
804     break;
805     }
806     }
807    
808    
809     int CHARFUNC_is_letter_uc(char c)
810     {
811     switch (c)
812     {
813     case 'A':
814     return(1);
815     break;
816     case 'B':
817     return(1);
818     break;
819     case 'C':
820     return(1);
821     break;
822     case 'D':
823     return(1);
824     break;
825     case 'E':
826     return(1);
827     break;
828     case 'F':
829     return(1);
830     break;
831     case 'G':
832     return(1);
833     break;
834     case 'H':
835     return(1);
836     break;
837     case 'I':
838     return(1);
839     break;
840     case 'J':
841     return(1);
842     break;
843     case 'K':
844     return(1);
845     break;
846     case 'L':
847     return(1);
848     break;
849     case 'M':
850     return(1);
851     break;
852     case 'N':
853     return(1);
854     break;
855     case 'O':
856     return(1);
857     break;
858     case 'P':
859     return(1);
860     break;
861     case 'Q':
862     return(1);
863     break;
864     case 'R':
865     return(1);
866     break;
867     case 'S':
868     return(1);
869     break;
870     case 'T':
871     return(1);
872     break;
873     case 'U':
874     return(1);
875     break;
876     case 'V':
877     return(1);
878     break;
879     case 'W':
880     return(1);
881     break;
882     case 'X':
883     return(1);
884     break;
885     case 'Y':
886     return(1);
887     break;
888     case 'Z':
889     return(1);
890     break;
891     default:
892     return(0);
893     break;
894     }
895     }
896    
897    
898     int CHARFUNC_is_whitespace(char c)
899     {
900     if ((c==' ') || (c=='\t') || (c=='\n'))
901     return(1);
902     else
903     return(0);
904     }
905    
906    
907     int CHARFUNC_digit_to_val(char digit)
908     {
909     switch (digit)
910     {
911     case '0': return(0);
912     break;
913     case '1': return(1);
914     break;
915     case '2': return(2);
916     break;
917     case '3': return(3);
918     break;
919     case '4': return(4);
920     break;
921     case '5': return(5);
922     break;
923     case '6': return(6);
924     break;
925     case '7': return(7);
926     break;
927     case '8': return(8);
928     break;
929     case '9': return(9);
930     break;
931     default: return(-1);
932     break;
933     }
934     }
935    
936    
937     char CHARFUNC_nibble_to_lc_hex_digit(int nibble)
938     {
939     switch (nibble & 0x0F)
940     {
941     case 0:
942     return('0');
943     break;
944     case 1:
945     return('1');
946     break;
947     case 2:
948     return('2');
949     break;
950     case 3:
951     return('3');
952     break;
953     case 4:
954     return('4');
955     break;
956     case 5:
957     return('5');
958     break;
959     case 6:
960     return('6');
961     break;
962     case 7:
963     return('7');
964     break;
965     case 8:
966     return('8');
967     break;
968     case 9:
969     return('9');
970     break;
971     case 10:
972     return('a');
973     break;
974     case 11:
975     return('b');
976     break;
977     case 12:
978     return('c');
979     break;
980     case 13:
981     return('d');
982     break;
983     case 14:
984     return('e');
985     break;
986     case 15:
987     return('f');
988     break;
989     default:
990     assert(0);
991     return('?');
992     break;
993     }
994     }
995    
996    
997     void CHARFUNC_int_to_lc_hex_rev(int arg, char *s)
998     {
999     int i;
1000    
1001     assert(s != NULL);
1002    
1003     for (i=0; i<8; i++)
1004     {
1005     s[i] = CHARFUNC_nibble_to_lc_hex_digit(arg);
1006     arg >>= 4;
1007     }
1008     }
1009    
1010    
1011     char CHARFUNC_to_upper(char c)
1012     {
1013     switch (c)
1014     {
1015     case 'a':
1016     return('A');
1017     break;
1018     case 'b':
1019     return('B');
1020     break;
1021     case 'c':
1022     return('C');
1023     break;
1024     case 'd':
1025     return('D');
1026     break;
1027     case 'e':
1028     return('E');
1029     break;
1030     case 'f':
1031     return('F');
1032     break;
1033     case 'g':
1034     return('G');
1035     break;
1036     case 'h':
1037     return('H');
1038     break;
1039     case 'i':
1040     return('I');
1041     break;
1042     case 'j':
1043     return('J');
1044     break;
1045     case 'k':
1046     return('K');
1047     break;
1048     case 'l':
1049     return('L');
1050     break;
1051     case 'm':
1052     return('M');
1053     break;
1054     case 'n':
1055     return('N');
1056     break;
1057     case 'o':
1058     return('O');
1059     break;
1060     case 'p':
1061     return('P');
1062     break;
1063     case 'q':
1064     return('Q');
1065     break;
1066     case 'r':
1067     return('R');
1068     break;
1069     case 's':
1070     return('S');
1071     break;
1072     case 't':
1073     return('T');
1074     break;
1075     case 'u':
1076     return('U');
1077     break;
1078     case 'v':
1079     return('V');
1080     break;
1081     case 'w':
1082     return('W');
1083     break;
1084     case 'x':
1085     return('X');
1086     break;
1087     case 'y':
1088     return('Y');
1089     break;
1090     case 'z':
1091     return('Z');
1092     break;
1093     default:
1094     return(c);
1095     break;
1096     }
1097     }
1098    
1099    
1100     char CHARFUNC_to_lower(char c)
1101     {
1102     switch (c)
1103     {
1104     case 'A':
1105     return('a');
1106     break;
1107     case 'B':
1108     return('b');
1109     break;
1110     case 'C':
1111     return('c');
1112     break;
1113     case 'D':
1114     return('d');
1115     break;
1116     case 'E':
1117     return('e');
1118     break;
1119     case 'F':
1120     return('f');
1121     break;
1122     case 'G':
1123     return('g');
1124     break;
1125     case 'H':
1126     return('h');
1127     break;
1128     case 'I':
1129     return('i');
1130     break;
1131     case 'J':
1132     return('j');
1133     break;
1134     case 'K':
1135     return('k');
1136     break;
1137     case 'L':
1138     return('l');
1139     break;
1140     case 'M':
1141     return('m');
1142     break;
1143     case 'N':
1144     return('n');
1145     break;
1146     case 'O':
1147     return('o');
1148     break;
1149     case 'P':
1150     return('p');
1151     break;
1152     case 'Q':
1153     return('q');
1154     break;
1155     case 'R':
1156     return('r');
1157     break;
1158     case 'S':
1159     return('s');
1160     break;
1161     case 'T':
1162     return('t');
1163     break;
1164     case 'U':
1165     return('u');
1166     break;
1167     case 'V':
1168     return('v');
1169     break;
1170     case 'W':
1171     return('w');
1172     break;
1173     case 'X':
1174     return('x');
1175     break;
1176     case 'Y':
1177     return('y');
1178     break;
1179     case 'Z':
1180     return('z');
1181     break;
1182     default:
1183     return(c);
1184     break;
1185     }
1186     }
1187    
1188    
1189     const char *CHARFUNC_cvcinfo(void)
1190     {
1191     return("$Header: /home/dashley/cvsrep/e3ft_gpl01/e3ft_gpl01/lib_c++_c_asm_non_uc/src_os_unix_win/c___app_common/charfunc/charfunc.c,v 1.2 2007/01/14 08:26:49 dashley Exp $");
1192     }
1193    
1194    
1195     const char *CHARFUNC_hvcinfo(void)
1196     {
1197     return(CHARFUNC_H_VERSION);
1198     }
1199    
1200    
1201     //**************************************************************************
1202     // $Log: charfunc.c,v $
1203     // Revision 1.2 2007/01/14 08:26:49 dashley
1204     // Edits.
1205     //
1206     // Revision 1.1 2007/01/13 04:46:10 dashley
1207     // Initial checkin.
1208     //
1209     //**************************************************************************
1210     // End of $RCSfile: charfunc.c,v $.

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