pike.git / src / svalue.h

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pike.git/src/svalue.h:134:    PIKE_T_VAR_1 = '1',    PIKE_T_VAR_2 = '2',    PIKE_T_VAR_3 = '3',    PIKE_T_VAR_4 = '4',    PIKE_T_VAR_5 = '5',    PIKE_T_VAR_6 = '6',    PIKE_T_VAR_7 = '7',    PIKE_T_VAR_8 = '8',    PIKE_T_VAR_9 = '9', /* 57 */    +  /* Operators. These all have 0x80 in the low 8 bits, and +  * a non-zero function number in the next 8 bits. +  * +  * Bit 15 (0x8000) indicates that cdr is a type-node. +  * +  * Note that this overlaps with the PIKE_T_NO_REF_FLAG, +  * but that should be safe, as operators aren't valid +  * run-time types. +  */ +  PIKE_T_OPERATOR = 0x0080, +    /*    * The following types are only used in compile-time types and    * as markers in struct identifier.    */       PIKE_T_LARRAY = 236, /* Limited array. Only for serialization. */    PIKE_T_LSTRING = 237, /* Limited string. Only for serialization. */       PIKE_T_ATTRIBUTE = 238, /* Attribute node. */    PIKE_T_NSTRING = 239, /* Narrow string. Only for serialization. */