This is lib/get_num.h (Listing 3-5, page 59), an example from the book, The Linux Programming Interface.
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#ifndef GET_NUM_H #define GET_NUM_H #define GN_NONNEG 01 /* Value must be >= 0 */ #define GN_GT_0 02 /* Value must be > 0 */ /* By default, integers are decimal */ #define GN_ANY_BASE 0100 /* Can use any base - like strtol(3) */ #define GN_BASE_8 0200 /* Value is expressed in octal */ #define GN_BASE_16 0400 /* Value is expressed in hexadecimal */ long getLong(const char *arg, int flags, const char *name); int getInt(const char *arg, int flags, const char *name); #endif
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