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#ifndef lint
static char sccsid[] = "@(#)streams.c	2.5	5/27/93";
#endif not lint

# include "stdio.h"
# include "streams.h"
# include "ctype.h"
# include "bib.h"

/*  getword(stream,p,ignore):
        read next sequence of nonspaces on current line into *p.
    null if no more words on current line.
    %x (x in ignore) terminates line and any following non-blank lines that
       don't begin with '%'
    all words of the form %a are returned as null.
    *p is a null terminated string (char p[maxstr]).
FILE *stream;
char *p, *ignore;
int *bolp;
{   int c; /* will always contain the last character seen */
    char *oldp, *stop;
    long save;
    int newbolp;

    oldp= p;
    stop= p+maxstr-1;
    do{ c= getc(stream);
    }   while (isspace(c) && c!='\n');

    while (!isspace(c))
    {   *p= c;
        if (p < stop)  p++;
        c= getc(stream);
    *p= NULL;

    /* if line begins with %, then if following char is one to cause the
     * line to be ignored, then skip to \n.  If the following line is
     * a continuation line, then skip it as well.
     * small BUG in old version: ANY word that began with '%', whether
     * at the beginning of the line or not, could cause the rest of
     * the line to be ignored: this is not the advertised behavior. 
     * modified to ignore %x words, but they do not delete lines unless
     * they occur at the beginning of lines.  -ads
   if (*bolp) {
      if (*oldp == '%') {
	 *oldp = NULL;
	 if (index(ignore, oldp[1]) != NULL) {   
	    do { 
	       while (c != '\n') c=getc(stream);
	       c= getc(stream);
	       }   while (c != EOF && !isspace(c) && c != '%');
	    ungetc(c, stream);
	    *bolp = true;
	 else *bolp = false;
   else *bolp = (c == '\n' || c == EOF);

/*  recsize(stream,start):
    returns length of record beginning at start
    (record ends at blank line or eof)
    assumes and retains stream positioned at start
long int recsize(stream,start)
FILE *stream;
long int start;
{   char c;                 /*  length = # of chars from start to beginning */
    long int length;        /*  of current line.  c in current line.        */
    int nonspaces;          /*  nonspaces = # of nonspaces in current line. */

    nonspaces= 0;
    c= getc(stream);
    length= 0L;

    while ((c != '\n' || nonspaces != 0) && c != EOF) {   
      if (c == '\n') {   
	 length= ftell(stream)-start;
         nonspaces= 0;
      else if (!isspace(c)) nonspaces++;

      c= getc(stream);


/*  nextrecord(stream,x): seeks in stream for first non-blank line
        at or after char x in stream. seeks to eof if x is past last record.
        x is the index of a character in the file (not eof).
    returns position in stream.  (returns EOF, if seeks to EOF)
    skips comment lines (those beginning with '#')
long int nextrecord(stream,x)
FILE *stream;
long int x;
{   long int start;         /*  position of the beginning of the line  */
    char c;                 /*      containing c                       */

    start= x;
    /*  find start of first non-blank record        */
        c= getc(stream);
        {   if (c == '\n') { start= ftell(stream); c= getc(stream); }
	    else if (c == '#') {
	       /* skip any comment lines */
	       while (c != '\n') c=getc(stream);
            else if (isspace(c)) c= getc(stream);
	    else                 break;

    if (feof(stream))   { pos(start);  start= EOF;  }
    else                pos(start);

/*  nextline(stream,x): seeks in stream after first newline at or after
        char x in stream. seeks to eof if x is in last line.
        x is the index of a character in the file (not eof).
    returns position in stream
long int nextline(stream,x)
FILE *stream;
long int x;
{   pos(x);
    while (getc(stream)!='\n') ;

/*  printline(stream): copies stream up to a newline
FILE *stream;
{   char c;
    while ((c=getc(stream)) != '\n' && c!=EOF)  putchar(c);

/*  getline(stream,p):  store in *p next chars in stream up to \n
        advance stream past \n.
    limit of  maxstr-1 chars may be stored at p.
FILE *stream;
char *p;
{   char *stop;
    stop= p+maxstr-1;
    while ( (*p= getc(stream)) != '\n' && *p!=EOF)
        if (p<stop)    p++;
    *p= NULL;

/* replace string old at the head of subj by new */
strreplace(subj, old, new)
	char *subj, *old, *new;
	char buf[128];
	int lg;
	strcpy(buf, &subj[strlen(old)]);
	strcpy(subj, new);
	strcat(subj, buf);