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Perl:: mass replacement of converting C code formats to tgmath.h

hello,

i have a lot of C old code I'm updating to C11 with tgmath.h for generic math. the old code has very specific types, real and complex, like cabsl, csinhl, etc

usually for simple bulk replacements i would do something simple like this

perl -pi -e 's/cosl/cos/g' *.c

the reference is here
HTML Code:
http://en.cppreference.com/w/c/numeric/tgmath
snippet

real complex
generic float long dble dble dble float long dble dble dble
fabs fabsf fabs fabsl cabsf cabs cabsl
exp expf exp expl cexpf cexp cexpl
log logf log logl clogf clog clogl


there are basically two classes of operations

Code:
array=(fabs exp log pow sqrt sin cos tan acos atan sinh cosh tanh asinh acosh atanh)
for tgt in array
{
perl -pi -e 's/${tgt}f/${tgt}/g' *.*
perl -pi -e 's/${tgt}l/${tgt}/g' *.*
perl -pi -e 's/c${tgt}/${tgt}/g' *.*
perl -pi -e 's/c${tgt}f/${tgt}/g' *.*
perl -pi -e 's/c${tgt}l/${tgt}/g' *.*
}
#special case of fabs
perl -pi -e 's/cabs/${tgt}/g' *.*

and

Code:
array=(atan2 cbrt ceil copysign erf erfc exp2 expm1 fdim floor fma fmax fmin fmod)
array+=(frexp hypot ilogb ldexp lgamma llrint llround log10 log1p log2 logb lrint)
array+=(lround nearbyint nextafter nexttoward remainder remquo rint roiund scalbin)
array+=(scalbn tgamma trunc carg conj creal cimag cproj)
for tgt in array
{
perl -pi -e 's/${tgt}f/${tgt}/g' *.*
perl -pi -e 's/${tgt}l/${tgt}/g' *.
}

perl is not mandatory, but a sweet one or two liner would be excellent.


thanks.

---------- Post updated at 04:36 PM ---------- Previous update was at 02:55 PM ----------

oh well, i went ahead my own my loops and forked.

Last edited by f77hack; 02-25-2016 at 05:30 PM.. Reason: typo
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