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ucommon::InputProtocol Class Referenceabstract

#include <protocols.h>

Inheritance diagram for ucommon::InputProtocol:

Public Member Functions

virtual ~InputProtocol ()
virtual int _input (int code)=0

Detailed Description

Used for processing input. We create a derived class that processes a single character of input, and returns a status value. EOF means it accepts no more input and any value other than 0 is a character to also unget. Otherwise 0 is good to accept more input. The constructor is used to reference a final destination object in the derived class.

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Definition at line 153 of file protocols.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ ~InputProtocol()

ucommon::InputProtocol::~InputProtocol ( )

Definition at line 231 of file protocols.cpp.

Member Function Documentation

◆ _input()

virtual int ucommon::InputProtocol::_input ( int  code)
pure virtual

Extract formatted string for object.

charactercode we are pushing.
0 to keep processing, EOF if done, or char to unget.

Implemented in ucommon::_input_double, and ucommon::_input_long.

Referenced by ucommon::_stream_operators::input().

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