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/* This testcase is part of GDB, the GNU debugger.
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/* The code for this file was extracted from the gdb testsuite
testcase "break.c". */
/* A structure we use for field name completion tests. */
struct some_struct
int a_field;
int b_field;
union { int z_field; };
struct some_struct values[50];
/* Some definitions for tag completion. */
enum some_enum { VALUE };
enum some_enum some_enum_global;
union some_union
int f1;
double f2;
union some_union some_union_global;
/* A variable with a name "similar" to the above struct, to test that
tag completion works ok. */
int some_variable;
/* The following functions do nothing useful. They are included
simply as places to try setting breakpoints at. They are
explicitly "one-line functions" to verify that this case works
(some versions of gcc have or have had problems with this).
These functions are in a separate source file to prevent an
optimizing compiler from inlining them and optimizing them away. */
int marker1 (void) { return (0); } /* set breakpoint 15 here */
int marker2 (int a) { return (1); } /* set breakpoint 8 here */
void marker3 (char *a, char *b) {} /* set breakpoint 17 here */
void marker4 (long d) { values[0].a_field = d; } /* set breakpoint 14 here */