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/*
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 *	Unaligned Data Accesses -- Generic Version, Network Order
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 *
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 *	(c) 2000 Martin Mares <mj@ucw.cz>
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 *
 *	Can be freely distributed and used under the terms of the GNU GPL.
 */

#ifndef _BIRD_UNALIGNED_H_
#define _BIRD_UNALIGNED_H_

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/*
 *  We don't do any clever tricks with unaligned accesses since it's
 *  virtually impossible to figure out what alignment does the CPU want
 *  (unaligned accesses can be emulated by the OS which makes them work,
 *  but unusably slow). We use memcpy and hope GCC will optimize it out
 *  if possible.
 */

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#include "lib/string.h"
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static inline u16
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get_u16(const void *p)
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{
  u16 x;
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  memcpy(&x, p, 2);
  return ntohs(x);
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}

static inline u32
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get_u32(const void *p)
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{
  u32 x;
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  memcpy(&x, p, 4);
  return ntohl(x);
}
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static inline u64
get_u64(const void *p)
{
  u32 xh, xl;
  memcpy(&xh, p, 4);
  memcpy(&xl, p+4, 4);
  return (((u64) ntohl(xh)) << 32) | ntohl(xl);
}

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static inline void
put_u16(void *p, u16 x)
{
  x = htons(x);
  memcpy(p, &x, 2);
}

static inline void
put_u32(void *p, u32 x)
{
  x = htonl(x);
  memcpy(p, &x, 4);
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}

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static inline void
put_u64(void *p, u64 x)
{
  u32 xh, xl;
  xh = htonl(x >> 32);
  xl = htonl((u32) x);
  memcpy(p, &xh, 4);
  memcpy(p+4, &xl, 4);
}

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#endif