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/* Iterator routines for manipulating GENERIC tree statement list. -*- C++ -*-
Copyright (C) 2003-2022 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Contributed by Andrew MacLeod <>
This file is part of GCC.
GCC is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 3, or (at your option)
any later version.
GCC is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with GCC; see the file COPYING3. If not see
<>. */
/* This file is dependent upon the implementation of tree's. It provides an
abstract interface to the tree objects such that if all tree creation and
manipulations are done through this interface, we can easily change the
implementation of tree's, and not impact other code. */
/* Iterator object for GENERIC or GIMPLE TREE statements. */
struct tree_stmt_iterator {
struct tree_statement_list_node *ptr;
tree container;
/* No need for user-defined constructors, the implicit definitions (or
aggregate initialization) are fine. */
bool operator== (tree_stmt_iterator b) const
{ return b.ptr == ptr && b.container == container; }
bool operator!= (tree_stmt_iterator b) const { return !(*this == b); }
tree_stmt_iterator &operator++ () { ptr = ptr->next; return *this; }
tree_stmt_iterator &operator-- () { ptr = ptr->prev; return *this; }
tree_stmt_iterator operator++ (int)
{ tree_stmt_iterator x = *this; ++*this; return x; }
tree_stmt_iterator operator-- (int)
{ tree_stmt_iterator x = *this; --*this; return x; }
tree &operator* () { return ptr->stmt; }
tree operator* () const { return ptr->stmt; }
static inline tree_stmt_iterator
tsi_start (tree t)
tree_stmt_iterator i;
i.container = t;
return i;
static inline tree_stmt_iterator
tsi_last (tree t)
tree_stmt_iterator i;
i.container = t;
return i;
static inline bool
tsi_end_p (tree_stmt_iterator i)
return i.ptr == NULL;
static inline bool
tsi_one_before_end_p (tree_stmt_iterator i)
return i.ptr != NULL && i.ptr->next == NULL;
static inline void
tsi_next (tree_stmt_iterator *i)
static inline void
tsi_prev (tree_stmt_iterator *i)
static inline tree *
tsi_stmt_ptr (tree_stmt_iterator i)
return &(*i);
static inline tree
tsi_stmt (tree_stmt_iterator i)
return *i;
/* Make tree_stmt_iterator work as a C++ range, e.g.
for (tree stmt : tsi_range (stmt_list)) { ... } */
class tsi_range
tree t;
tsi_range (tree t): t(t) { }
tree_stmt_iterator begin() const { return tsi_start (t); }
tree_stmt_iterator end() const { return { nullptr, t }; }
enum tsi_iterator_update
TSI_NEW_STMT, /* Only valid when single statement is added, move
iterator to it. */
TSI_SAME_STMT, /* Leave the iterator at the same statement. */
TSI_CHAIN_START, /* Only valid when chain of statements is added, move
iterator to the first statement in the chain. */
TSI_CHAIN_END, /* Only valid when chain of statements is added, move
iterator to the last statement in the chain. */
TSI_CONTINUE_LINKING /* Move iterator to whatever position is suitable for
linking other statements/chains of statements in
the same direction. */
extern void tsi_link_before (tree_stmt_iterator *, tree,
enum tsi_iterator_update);
extern void tsi_link_after (tree_stmt_iterator *, tree,
enum tsi_iterator_update);
extern void tsi_delink (tree_stmt_iterator *);
extern tree alloc_stmt_list (void);
extern void free_stmt_list (tree);
extern void append_to_statement_list (tree, tree *);
extern void append_to_statement_list_force (tree, tree *);
extern tree expr_first (tree);
extern tree expr_last (tree);
extern tree expr_single (tree);
#endif /* GCC_TREE_ITERATOR_H */