Class SignedQWordDataType

    • Field Detail

      • dataType

        public static final SignedQWordDataType dataType
        A statically defined SignedQWordDataType instance.
    • Constructor Detail

      • SignedQWordDataType

        public SignedQWordDataType()
    • Method Detail

      • getDescription

        public java.lang.String getDescription()
        Description copied from interface: DataType
        Get a String briefly describing this DataType.
        a one-liner describing this DataType.
      • getLength

        public int getLength()
        Description copied from interface: DataType
        Get the length (number of 8-bit bytes) of this DataType.
        the length of this DataType
      • getOppositeSignednessDataType

        public QWordDataType getOppositeSignednessDataType()
        Specified by:
        getOppositeSignednessDataType in class AbstractIntegerDataType
        the data-type with the opposite signedness from this data-type. For example, this method on IntegerDataType will return an instance of UnsignedIntegerDataType.
      • clone

        public SignedQWordDataType clone​(DataTypeManager dtm)
        Description copied from interface: DataType
        Returns a new instance of this DataType with its universalID and SourceArchive identity retained. Note: for built-in DataType's, clone and copy should have the same affect.
        dtm - the data-type manager instance whose data-organization should apply.
      • getCTypeDeclaration

        public java.lang.String getCTypeDeclaration​(DataOrganization dataOrganization)
        Description copied from class: BuiltIn
        Returns null for FactoryDataType (which should never be used) and Dynamic types which should generally be replaced by a primitive array (e.g., char[5]) or, a primitive pointer (e.g., char *). For other types an appropriately sized unsigned integer typedef is returned.
        Specified by:
        getCTypeDeclaration in interface BuiltInDataType
        getCTypeDeclaration in class BuiltIn
        dataOrganization - or null for default
        definition C-statement (e.g., #define or typedef) or null if type name is a standard C-primitive name or if type is FactoryDataType or Dynamic.
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