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    C to Java

    Hello,
    I was just wondering if you guys would kindly help me out converting the following code to java. I tried it myself but I am not very good at C or C++. trying to learn it.
    Thank you.

    ---Code Starts ---
    Code:
    typedef unsigned char byte;
    typedef unsigned int uint;
    
    static byte decode_hex[257]={0};
    #define hex_none 0x10
    #define hex_eofc 0x20
    #define sgetc(s) (*((s)++))
    
    
    int
    sreadhex(str, rlen, nread, odd_digit, s)
        byte *str;
        uint rlen;
        uint *nread;
        int *odd_digit;
    
        register byte *s;
        {     
            byte *ptr=str;
            byte *limit = ptr+rlen;
            byte val1 = (byte)*odd_digit;
            byte val2;
            register char *decoder = (char*)(decode_hex+1);          
            if (decoder[-1]==0)
            {   
                static char hex_chars[]= "0123456789ABCDEFabcdef";
                int i;
                memset(decoder-1, hex_none, 257);
                for (i=0; i<16+6; i++)
                decoder[hex_chars[i]] = (i>=16? i-6: i);
                decoder[0] = hex_eofc; 
            }
            if (val1<=0xf) goto d2;
    
    d1:   while ((val1=decoder[sgetc(s)])>0xf)
    { if (val1==hex_eofc) {*odd_digit=-1; goto ended;}
    }
    
    d2:   while ((val2=decoder[sgetc(s)])>0xf)
    { if (val2==hex_eofc) {*odd_digit=val1; goto ended;}
    }
    
            *ptr++ = (val1<<4) +val2;
            if (ptr<limit) goto d1;
            *nread = rlen;
            return 0;
    
    ended: *nread = ptr - str;
    
    return 1;
    
    }
    Last edited by Salem; 09-26-2006 at 03:45 PM. Reason: Added [code][/code] tags, use them yourself

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    Sorry you didn't read the FAQs and if you don't feel like putting forth that small bit of effort then why should we help you?

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    Maybe start with a proper description of what the code actually does, then write the Java version from scratch.

    That code looks like it's about 20 years old. The function is written in K&R style, and is riddled with gotos and non-standard array hackery. Definitely looks like something tuned for performance rather than readability.
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    FWIW ...

    sreadhex is a function that takes a string of characters that represent hexadecimal digits. Each character in the string represents a hexadecimal number. All such numbers can be represented in 4 bits:

    '3' -> 3 -> 0011
    '4' -> 4 -> 0100
    'A' -> 10 -> 1010
    'B' -> 11 -> 1011

    Thus the values of two characters can be packed into a single byte, and a whole string can be packed into about half its length.

    Example 1: "34AB" is packed into:
    Byte 1: 00110100 Byte 2: 10101011

    Example 2: There is an odd number of characters - "34ABF"
    Byte 1: 00110100 Byte 2: 10101011

    'F' (0xf) as the extra return value, which is typically used in the next call to sreadhex.

    Example 3: sreadhex completely ignores characters in the source string that do not represent hexadecimal digits.
    "34AB", "3 4 A B", "3G4GAMB-" will yield the same result.

    sreadhex(str, rlen, nread, odd_digit, s)

    where,

    str is a byte array to fill. It is the destination.

    rlen is the maximum number of bytes to be filled in str.
    nread is a pointer to an integer. When the routine finishes, it leaves the number of bytes it used in that integer.

    odd_digit is a pointer to an integer. The caller uses it to pass in the first digit (if the last call used an odd number of digits; the routine leaves either -1 or the extra digit in it after return. (The ‘odd’ in odd_digit refers to its being set when there are an odd number of hexadecimal characters to be placed in str)

    s is a null-terminated string. It is the source of hexadecimal characters.

    sreadhex returns 0 or 1.

    1 means sreadhex ran out of characters before filling str.

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    Thnx guys, I converted it.


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