Class CliStreamStrings

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    PeMarkupable, StructConverter

    public class CliStreamStrings
    extends CliAbstractStream
    The Strings stream contains null-terminated UTF8 strings. When the stream is present, the first entry is always the empty string. This stream may contain garbage in its unreachable parts.
    • Constructor Detail

      • CliStreamStrings

        public CliStreamStrings​(CliStreamHeader header,
                                long offset,
                                int rva,
                                BinaryReader reader)
        Creates a new Strings stream.
        header - The stream header associated with this stream.
        offset - The reader offset where this stream starts.
        rva - The relative virtual address where this stream starts.
        reader - A reader that is used to read the stream.
        Throws: - if there is a problem reading the stream.
    • Method Detail

      • getName

        public static java.lang.String getName()
        Gets the name of this stream.
        The name of this stream.
      • parse

        public boolean parse()
        Description copied from class: CliAbstractStream
        Parses this stream.
        Specified by:
        parse in class CliAbstractStream
        True if parsing completed successfully; otherwise, false.
        Throws: - If there was an IO problem while parsing.
      • getString

        public java.lang.String getString​(int index)
        Gets the string at the given index.
        The - CliMetadataRoot that may point to the CliStreamStrings.
        index - The index of the string to get.
        The string at the given index. Could be null if the index was invalid or there was a problem reading the string.
      • toDataType

        public DataType toDataType()
                            throws DuplicateNameException,
        Description copied from interface: StructConverter
        Returns a structure datatype representing the contents of the implementor of this interface.

        For example, given:

         class A {
             int foo;
             double bar;

        The return value should be a structure data type with two data type components; an INT and a DOUBLE. The structure should contain field names and, if possible, field comments.

        returns a structure datatype representing the implementor of this interface
        DuplicateNameException - when a datatype of the same name already exists
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