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PROP_DICTIONARY_UTIL(3) 				   BSD Library Functions Manual 				   PROP_DICTIONARY_UTIL(3)

prop_dictionary_util, prop_dictionary_get_dict, prop_dictionary_get_bool, prop_dictionary_set_bool, prop_dictionary_get_int8, prop_dictionary_get_uint8, prop_dictionary_set_int8, prop_dictionary_set_uint8, prop_dictionary_get_int16, prop_dictionary_get_uint16, prop_dictionary_set_int16, prop_dictionary_set_uint16, prop_dictionary_get_int32, prop_dictionary_get_uint32, prop_dictionary_set_int32, prop_dictionary_set_uint32, prop_dictionary_get_int64, prop_dictionary_get_uint64, prop_dictionary_set_int64, prop_dictionary_set_uint64, prop_dictionary_get_cstring, prop_dictionary_set_cstring, prop_dictionary_get_cstring_nocopy, prop_dictionary_set_cstring_nocopy, prop_dictionary_set_and_rel -- dictionary property collection object utility functions LIBRARY
Property Container Object Library (libprop, -lprop) SYNOPSIS
#include <prop/proplib.h> bool prop_dictionary_get_dict(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, prop_dictionary_t *dictp); bool prop_dictionary_get_bool(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, bool *valp); bool prop_dictionary_set_bool(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, bool val); bool prop_dictionary_get_int8(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, int8_t *valp); bool prop_dictionary_get_uint8(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, uint8_t *valp); bool prop_dictionary_set_int8(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, int8_t val); bool prop_dictionary_set_uint8(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, uint8_t val); bool prop_dictionary_get_int16(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, int16_t *valp); bool prop_dictionary_get_uint16(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, uint16_t *valp); bool prop_dictionary_set_int16(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, int16_t val); bool prop_dictionary_set_uint16(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, uint16_t val); bool prop_dictionary_get_int32(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, int32_t *valp); bool prop_dictionary_get_uint32(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, uint32_t *valp); bool prop_dictionary_set_int32(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, int32_t val); bool prop_dictionary_set_uint32(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, uint32_t val); bool prop_dictionary_get_int64(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, int64_t *valp); bool prop_dictionary_get_uint64(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, uint64_t *valp); bool prop_dictionary_set_int64(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, int64_t val); bool prop_dictionary_set_uint64(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, uint64_t val); bool prop_dictionary_get_cstring(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, char **strp); bool prop_dictionary_set_cstring(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, const char *str); bool prop_dictionary_get_cstring_nocopy(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, const char **strp); bool prop_dictionary_set_cstring_nocopy(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, const char *strp); bool prop_dictionary_set_and_rel(prop_dictionary_t dict, const char *key, prop_object_t obj); DESCRIPTION
The prop_dictionary_util family of functions are provided to make getting and setting values in dictionaries more convenient in some applica- tions. The getters check the type of the returned object and, in some cases, also ensure that the returned value is within the range implied by the getter's value type. The setters handle object creation and release for the caller. The prop_dictionary_get_cstring() function returns dynamically allocated memory. See prop_string(3) for more information. The prop_dictionary_get_cstring_nocopy() and prop_dictionary_set_cstring_nocopy() functions do not copy the string that is set or returned. See prop_string(3) for more information. The prop_dictionary_set_and_rel() function adds the object to the dictionary and releases it. The object is also released on failure. RETURN VALUES
The prop_dictionary_util getter functions return true if the object exists in the dictionary and the value is in-range, or false otherwise. The prop_dictionary_util setter functions return true if creating the object and storing it in the dictionary is successful, or false other- wise. SEE ALSO
prop_bool(3), prop_dictionary(3), prop_number(3), proplib(3) HISTORY
The proplib property container object library first appeared in NetBSD 4.0. BSD
August 7, 2011 BSD
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