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1 /******************************************************************************
2 *
3 * Module Name: utclib - ACPICA implementations of C library functions
4 *
5 *****************************************************************************/
6
7 /*
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42 */
43
44 #define ACPI_CLIBRARY
45 #include "acpi.h"
46 #include "accommon.h"
47
48 /*
49 * This module contains implementations of the standard C library functions
50 * that are required by the ACPICA code at both application level and kernel
51 * level.
52 *
53 * The module is an optional feature that can be used if a local/system
54 * C library is not available. Some operating system kernels may not have
55 * an internal C library.
56 *
57 * In general, these functions are less efficient than an inline or assembly
58 * code implementation.
59 *
60 * These C functions and the associated prototypes are enabled by default
61 * unless the ACPI_USE_SYSTEM_CLIBRARY symbol is defined. This is usually
62 * automatically defined for the ACPICA applications such as iASL and
63 * AcpiExec, so that these user-level applications use the local C library
64 * instead of the functions in this module.
65 */
66
67 /*******************************************************************************
68 *
69 * Functions implemented in this module:
70 *
71 * FUNCTION: memcmp
72 * FUNCTION: memcpy
73 * FUNCTION: memset
74 * FUNCTION: strlen
75 * FUNCTION: strcpy
76 * FUNCTION: strncpy
77 * FUNCTION: strcmp
78 * FUNCTION: strchr
79 * FUNCTION: strncmp
80 * FUNCTION: strcat
81 * FUNCTION: strncat
82 * FUNCTION: strstr
83 * FUNCTION: strtoul
84 * FUNCTION: toupper
85 * FUNCTION: tolower
86 * FUNCTION: is* functions
87 *
88 ******************************************************************************/
89
90 #define _COMPONENT ACPI_UTILITIES
91 ACPI_MODULE_NAME ("utclib")
92
93
94 #ifndef ACPI_USE_SYSTEM_CLIBRARY /* Entire module */
95
96
97 /*******************************************************************************
98 *
99 * FUNCTION: memcmp
100 *
101 * PARAMETERS: Buffer1 - First Buffer
102 * Buffer2 - Second Buffer
103 * Count - Maximum # of bytes to compare
104 *
105 * RETURN: Index where Buffers mismatched, or 0 if Buffers matched
106 *
107 * DESCRIPTION: Compare two Buffers, with a maximum length
108 *
109 ******************************************************************************/
110
111 int
112 memcmp (
113 void *VBuffer1,
114 void *VBuffer2,
115 ACPI_SIZE Count)
116 {
117 char *Buffer1 = (char *) VBuffer1;
118 char *Buffer2 = (char *) VBuffer2;
119
120
121 for ( ; Count-- && (*Buffer1 == *Buffer2); Buffer1++, Buffer2++)
122 {
123 }
124
125 return ((Count == ACPI_SIZE_MAX) ? 0 : ((unsigned char) *Buffer1 -
126 (unsigned char) *Buffer2));
127 }
128
129
130 /*******************************************************************************
131 *
132 * FUNCTION: memmove
133 *
134 * PARAMETERS: Dest - Target of the copy
135 * Src - Source buffer to copy
136 * Count - Number of bytes to copy
137 *
138 * RETURN: Dest
139 *
140 * DESCRIPTION: Copy arbitrary bytes of memory with respect to the overlapping
141 *
142 ******************************************************************************/
143
144 void *
145 memmove (
146 void *Dest,
147 const void *Src,
148 ACPI_SIZE Count)
149 {
150 char *New = (char *) Dest;
151 char *Old = (char *) Src;
152
153
154 if (Old > New)
155 {
156 /* Copy from the beginning */
157
158 while (Count)
159 {
160 *New = *Old;
161 New++;
162 Old++;
163 Count--;
164 }
165 }
166 else if (Old < New)
167 {
168 /* Copy from the end */
169
170 New = New + Count - 1;
171 Old = Old + Count - 1;
172 while (Count)
173 {
174 *New = *Old;
175 New--;
176 Old--;
177 Count--;
178 }
179 }
180
181 return (Dest);
182 }
183
184
185 /*******************************************************************************
186 *
187 * FUNCTION: memcpy
188 *
189 * PARAMETERS: Dest - Target of the copy
190 * Src - Source buffer to copy
191 * Count - Number of bytes to copy
192 *
193 * RETURN: Dest
194 *
195 * DESCRIPTION: Copy arbitrary bytes of memory
196 *
197 ******************************************************************************/
198
199 void *
200 memcpy (
201 void *Dest,
202 const void *Src,
203 ACPI_SIZE Count)
204 {
205 char *New = (char *) Dest;
206 char *Old = (char *) Src;
207
208
209 while (Count)
210 {
211 *New = *Old;
212 New++;
213 Old++;
214 Count--;
215 }
216
217 return (Dest);
218 }
219
220
221 /*******************************************************************************
222 *
223 * FUNCTION: memset
224 *
225 * PARAMETERS: Dest - Buffer to set
226 * Value - Value to set each byte of memory
227 * Count - Number of bytes to set
228 *
229 * RETURN: Dest
230 *
231 * DESCRIPTION: Initialize a buffer to a known value.
232 *
233 ******************************************************************************/
234
235 void *
236 memset (
237 void *Dest,
238 int Value,
239 ACPI_SIZE Count)
240 {
241 char *New = (char *) Dest;
242
243
244 while (Count)
245 {
246 *New = (char) Value;
247 New++;
248 Count--;
249 }
250
251 return (Dest);
252 }
253
254
255 /*******************************************************************************
256 *
257 * FUNCTION: strlen
258 *
259 * PARAMETERS: String - Null terminated string
260 *
261 * RETURN: Length
262 *
263 * DESCRIPTION: Returns the length of the input string
264 *
265 ******************************************************************************/
266
267
268 ACPI_SIZE
269 strlen (
270 const char *String)
271 {
272 UINT32 Length = 0;
273
274
275 /* Count the string until a null is encountered */
276
277 while (*String)
278 {
279 Length++;
280 String++;
281 }
282
283 return (Length);
284 }
285
286
287 /*******************************************************************************
288 *
289 * FUNCTION: strpbrk
290 *
291 * PARAMETERS: String - Null terminated string
292 * Delimiters - Delimiters to match
293 *
294 * RETURN: The first occurance in the string of any of the bytes in the
295 * delimiters
296 *
297 * DESCRIPTION: Search a string for any of a set of the delimiters
298 *
299 ******************************************************************************/
300
301 char *
302 strpbrk (
303 const char *String,
304 const char *Delimiters)
305 {
306 const char *Delimiter;
307
308
309 for ( ; *String != '\0'; ++String)
310 {
311 for (Delimiter = Delimiters; *Delimiter != '\0'; Delimiter++)
312 {
313 if (*String == *Delimiter)
314 {
315 return (ACPI_CAST_PTR (char, String));
316 }
317 }
318 }
319
320 return (NULL);
321 }
322
323
324 /*******************************************************************************
325 *
326 * FUNCTION: strtok
327 *
328 * PARAMETERS: String - Null terminated string
329 * Delimiters - Delimiters to match
330 *
331 * RETURN: Pointer to the next token
332 *
333 * DESCRIPTION: Split string into tokens
334 *
335 ******************************************************************************/
336
337 char*
338 strtok (
339 char *String,
340 const char *Delimiters)
341 {
342 char *Begin = String;
343 static char *SavedPtr;
344
345
346 if (Begin == NULL)
347 {
348 if (SavedPtr == NULL)
349 {
350 return (NULL);
351 }
352 Begin = SavedPtr;
353 }
354
355 SavedPtr = strpbrk (Begin, Delimiters);
356 while (SavedPtr == Begin)
357 {
358 *Begin++ = '\0';
359 SavedPtr = strpbrk (Begin, Delimiters);
360 }
361
362 if (SavedPtr)
363 {
364 *SavedPtr++ = '\0';
365 return (Begin);
366 }
367 else
368 {
369 return (NULL);
370 }
371 }
372
373
374 /*******************************************************************************
375 *
376 * FUNCTION: strcpy
377 *
378 * PARAMETERS: DstString - Target of the copy
379 * SrcString - The source string to copy
380 *
381 * RETURN: DstString
382 *
383 * DESCRIPTION: Copy a null terminated string
384 *
385 ******************************************************************************/
386
387 char *
388 strcpy (
389 char *DstString,
390 const char *SrcString)
391 {
392 char *String = DstString;
393
394
395 /* Move bytes brute force */
396
397 while (*SrcString)
398 {
399 *String = *SrcString;
400
401 String++;
402 SrcString++;
403 }
404
405 /* Null terminate */
406
407 *String = 0;
408 return (DstString);
409 }
410
411
412 /*******************************************************************************
413 *
414 * FUNCTION: strncpy
415 *
416 * PARAMETERS: DstString - Target of the copy
417 * SrcString - The source string to copy
418 * Count - Maximum # of bytes to copy
419 *
420 * RETURN: DstString
421 *
422 * DESCRIPTION: Copy a null terminated string, with a maximum length
423 *
424 ******************************************************************************/
425
426 char *
427 strncpy (
428 char *DstString,
429 const char *SrcString,
430 ACPI_SIZE Count)
431 {
432 char *String = DstString;
433
434
435 /* Copy the string */
436
437 for (String = DstString;
438 Count && (Count--, (*String++ = *SrcString++)); )
439 {;}
440
441 /* Pad with nulls if necessary */
442
443 while (Count--)
444 {
445 *String = 0;
446 String++;
447 }
448
449 /* Return original pointer */
450
451 return (DstString);
452 }
453
454
455 /*******************************************************************************
456 *
457 * FUNCTION: strcmp
458 *
459 * PARAMETERS: String1 - First string
460 * String2 - Second string
461 *
462 * RETURN: Index where strings mismatched, or 0 if strings matched
463 *
464 * DESCRIPTION: Compare two null terminated strings
465 *
466 ******************************************************************************/
467
468 int
469 strcmp (
470 const char *String1,
471 const char *String2)
472 {
473
474
475 for ( ; (*String1 == *String2); String2++)
476 {
477 if (!*String1++)
478 {
479 return (0);
480 }
481 }
482
483 return ((unsigned char) *String1 - (unsigned char) *String2);
484 }
485
486
487 /*******************************************************************************
488 *
489 * FUNCTION: strchr
490 *
491 * PARAMETERS: String - Search string
492 * ch - character to search for
493 *
494 * RETURN: Ptr to char or NULL if not found
495 *
496 * DESCRIPTION: Search a string for a character
497 *
498 ******************************************************************************/
499
500 char *
501 strchr (
502 const char *String,
503 int ch)
504 {
505
506
507 for ( ; (*String); String++)
508 {
509 if ((*String) == (char) ch)
510 {
511 return ((char *) String);
512 }
513 }
514
515 return (NULL);
516 }
517
518
519 /*******************************************************************************
520 *
521 * FUNCTION: strncmp
522 *
523 * PARAMETERS: String1 - First string
524 * String2 - Second string
525 * Count - Maximum # of bytes to compare
526 *
527 * RETURN: Index where strings mismatched, or 0 if strings matched
528 *
529 * DESCRIPTION: Compare two null terminated strings, with a maximum length
530 *
531 ******************************************************************************/
532
533 int
534 strncmp (
535 const char *String1,
536 const char *String2,
537 ACPI_SIZE Count)
538 {
539
540
541 for ( ; Count-- && (*String1 == *String2); String2++)
542 {
543 if (!*String1++)
544 {
545 return (0);
546 }
547 }
548
549 return ((Count == ACPI_SIZE_MAX) ? 0 : ((unsigned char) *String1 -
550 (unsigned char) *String2));
551 }
552
553
554 /*******************************************************************************
555 *
556 * FUNCTION: strcat
557 *
558 * PARAMETERS: DstString - Target of the copy
559 * SrcString - The source string to copy
560 *
561 * RETURN: DstString
562 *
563 * DESCRIPTION: Append a null terminated string to a null terminated string
564 *
565 ******************************************************************************/
566
567 char *
568 strcat (
569 char *DstString,
570 const char *SrcString)
571 {
572 char *String;
573
574
575 /* Find end of the destination string */
576
577 for (String = DstString; *String++; )
578 { ; }
579
580 /* Concatenate the string */
581
582 for (--String; (*String++ = *SrcString++); )
583 { ; }
584
585 return (DstString);
586 }
587
588
589 /*******************************************************************************
590 *
591 * FUNCTION: strncat
592 *
593 * PARAMETERS: DstString - Target of the copy
594 * SrcString - The source string to copy
595 * Count - Maximum # of bytes to copy
596 *
597 * RETURN: DstString
598 *
599 * DESCRIPTION: Append a null terminated string to a null terminated string,
600 * with a maximum count.
601 *
602 ******************************************************************************/
603
604 char *
605 strncat (
606 char *DstString,
607 const char *SrcString,
608 ACPI_SIZE Count)
609 {
610 char *String;
611
612
613 if (Count)
614 {
615 /* Find end of the destination string */
616
617 for (String = DstString; *String++; )
618 { ; }
619
620 /* Concatenate the string */
621
622 for (--String; (*String++ = *SrcString++) && --Count; )
623 { ; }
624
625 /* Null terminate if necessary */
626
627 if (!Count)
628 {
629 *String = 0;
630 }
631 }
632
633 return (DstString);
634 }
635
636
637 /*******************************************************************************
638 *
639 * FUNCTION: strstr
640 *
641 * PARAMETERS: String1 - Target string
642 * String2 - Substring to search for
643 *
644 * RETURN: Where substring match starts, Null if no match found
645 *
646 * DESCRIPTION: Checks if String2 occurs in String1. This is not really a
647 * full implementation of strstr, only sufficient for command
648 * matching
649 *
650 ******************************************************************************/
651
652 char *
653 strstr (
654 char *String1,
655 char *String2)
656 {
657 ACPI_SIZE Length;
658
659
660 Length = strlen (String2);
661 if (!Length)
662 {
663 return (String1);
664 }
665
666 while (strlen (String1) >= Length)
667 {
668 if (memcmp (String1, String2, Length) == 0)
669 {
670 return (String1);
671 }
672 String1++;
673 }
674
675 return (NULL);
676 }
677
678
679 /*******************************************************************************
680 *
681 * FUNCTION: strtoul
682 *
683 * PARAMETERS: String - Null terminated string
684 * Terminater - Where a pointer to the terminating byte is
685 * returned
686 * Base - Radix of the string
687 *
688 * RETURN: Converted value
689 *
690 * DESCRIPTION: Convert a string into a 32-bit unsigned value.
691 * Note: use strtoul64 for 64-bit integers.
692 *
693 ******************************************************************************/
694
695 UINT32
696 strtoul (
697 const char *String,
698 char **Terminator,
699 UINT32 Base)
700 {
701 UINT32 converted = 0;
702 UINT32 index;
703 UINT32 sign;
704 const char *StringStart;
705 UINT32 ReturnValue = 0;
706 ACPI_STATUS Status = AE_OK;
707
708
709 /*
710 * Save the value of the pointer to the buffer's first
711 * character, save the current errno value, and then
712 * skip over any white space in the buffer:
713 */
714 StringStart = String;
715 while (isspace (*String) || *String == '\t')
716 {
717 ++String;
718 }
719
720 /*
721 * The buffer may contain an optional plus or minus sign.
722 * If it does, then skip over it but remember what is was:
723 */
724 if (*String == '-')
725 {
726 sign = ACPI_SIGN_NEGATIVE;
727 ++String;
728 }
729 else if (*String == '+')
730 {
731 ++String;
732 sign = ACPI_SIGN_POSITIVE;
733 }
734 else
735 {
736 sign = ACPI_SIGN_POSITIVE;
737 }
738
739 /*
740 * If the input parameter Base is zero, then we need to
741 * determine if it is octal, decimal, or hexadecimal:
742 */
743 if (Base == 0)
744 {
745 if (*String == '0')
746 {
747 if (tolower (*(++String)) == 'x')
748 {
749 Base = 16;
750 ++String;
751 }
752 else
753 {
754 Base = 8;
755 }
756 }
757 else
758 {
759 Base = 10;
760 }
761 }
762 else if (Base < 2 || Base > 36)
763 {
764 /*
765 * The specified Base parameter is not in the domain of
766 * this function:
767 */
768 goto done;
769 }
770
771 /*
772 * For octal and hexadecimal bases, skip over the leading
773 * 0 or 0x, if they are present.
774 */
775 if (Base == 8 && *String == '0')
776 {
777 String++;
778 }
779
780 if (Base == 16 &&
781 *String == '0' &&
782 tolower (*(++String)) == 'x')
783 {
784 String++;
785 }
786
787 /*
788 * Main loop: convert the string to an unsigned long:
789 */
790 while (*String)
791 {
792 if (isdigit (*String))
793 {
794 index = (UINT32) ((UINT8) *String - '0');
795 }
796 else
797 {
798 index = (UINT32) toupper (*String);
799 if (isupper (index))
800 {
801 index = index - 'A' + 10;
802 }
803 else
804 {
805 goto done;
806 }
807 }
808
809 if (index >= Base)
810 {
811 goto done;
812 }
813
814 /*
815 * Check to see if value is out of range:
816 */
817
818 if (ReturnValue > ((ACPI_UINT32_MAX - (UINT32) index) /
819 (UINT32) Base))
820 {
821 Status = AE_ERROR;
822 ReturnValue = 0; /* reset */
823 }
824 else
825 {
826 ReturnValue *= Base;
827 ReturnValue += index;
828 converted = 1;
829 }
830
831 ++String;
832 }
833
834 done:
835 /*
836 * If appropriate, update the caller's pointer to the next
837 * unconverted character in the buffer.
838 */
839 if (Terminator)
840 {
841 if (converted == 0 && ReturnValue == 0 && String != NULL)
842 {
843 *Terminator = (char *) StringStart;
844 }
845 else
846 {
847 *Terminator = (char *) String;
848 }
849 }
850
851 if (Status == AE_ERROR)
852 {
853 ReturnValue = ACPI_UINT32_MAX;
854 }
855
856 /*
857 * If a minus sign was present, then "the conversion is negated":
858 */
859 if (sign == ACPI_SIGN_NEGATIVE)
860 {
861 ReturnValue = (ACPI_UINT32_MAX - ReturnValue) + 1;
862 }
863
864 return (ReturnValue);
865 }
866
867
868 /*******************************************************************************
869 *
870 * FUNCTION: toupper
871 *
872 * PARAMETERS: c - Character to convert
873 *
874 * RETURN: Converted character as an int
875 *
876 * DESCRIPTION: Convert character to uppercase
877 *
878 ******************************************************************************/
879
880 int
881 toupper (
882 int c)
883 {
884
885 return (islower(c) ? ((c)-0x20) : (c));
886 }
887
888
889 /*******************************************************************************
890 *
891 * FUNCTION: tolower
892 *
893 * PARAMETERS: c - Character to convert
894 *
895 * RETURN: Converted character as an int
896 *
897 * DESCRIPTION: Convert character to lowercase
898 *
899 ******************************************************************************/
900
901 int
902 tolower (
903 int c)
904 {
905
906 return (isupper(c) ? ((c)+0x20) : (c));
907 }
908
909
910 /*******************************************************************************
911 *
912 * FUNCTION: is* function array
913 *
914 * DESCRIPTION: is* functions use the ctype table below
915 *
916 ******************************************************************************/
917
918 const UINT8 AcpiGbl_Ctypes[257] = {
919 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x00 0 NUL */
920 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x01 1 SOH */
921 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x02 2 STX */
922 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x03 3 ETX */
923 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x04 4 EOT */
924 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x05 5 ENQ */
925 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x06 6 ACK */
926 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x07 7 BEL */
927 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x08 8 BS */
928 _ACPI_CN|_ACPI_SP, /* 0x09 9 TAB */
929 _ACPI_CN|_ACPI_SP, /* 0x0A 10 LF */
930 _ACPI_CN|_ACPI_SP, /* 0x0B 11 VT */
931 _ACPI_CN|_ACPI_SP, /* 0x0C 12 FF */
932 _ACPI_CN|_ACPI_SP, /* 0x0D 13 CR */
933 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x0E 14 SO */
934 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x0F 15 SI */
935 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x10 16 DLE */
936 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x11 17 DC1 */
937 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x12 18 DC2 */
938 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x13 19 DC3 */
939 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x14 20 DC4 */
940 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x15 21 NAK */
941 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x16 22 SYN */
942 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x17 23 ETB */
943 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x18 24 CAN */
944 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x19 25 EM */
945 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x1A 26 SUB */
946 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x1B 27 ESC */
947 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x1C 28 FS */
948 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x1D 29 GS */
949 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x1E 30 RS */
950 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x1F 31 US */
951 _ACPI_XS|_ACPI_SP, /* 0x20 32 ' ' */
952 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x21 33 '!' */
953 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x22 34 '"' */
954 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x23 35 '#' */
955 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x24 36 '$' */
956 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x25 37 '%' */
957 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x26 38 '&' */
958 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x27 39 ''' */
959 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x28 40 '(' */
960 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x29 41 ')' */
961 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x2A 42 '*' */
962 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x2B 43 '+' */
963 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x2C 44 ',' */
964 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x2D 45 '-' */
965 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x2E 46 '.' */
966 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x2F 47 '/' */
967 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_DI, /* 0x30 48 '0' */
968 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_DI, /* 0x31 49 '1' */
969 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_DI, /* 0x32 50 '2' */
970 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_DI, /* 0x33 51 '3' */
971 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_DI, /* 0x34 52 '4' */
972 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_DI, /* 0x35 53 '5' */
973 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_DI, /* 0x36 54 '6' */
974 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_DI, /* 0x37 55 '7' */
975 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_DI, /* 0x38 56 '8' */
976 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_DI, /* 0x39 57 '9' */
977 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x3A 58 ':' */
978 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x3B 59 ';' */
979 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x3C 60 '<' */
980 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x3D 61 '=' */
981 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x3E 62 '>' */
982 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x3F 63 '?' */
983 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x40 64 '@' */
984 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_UP, /* 0x41 65 'A' */
985 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_UP, /* 0x42 66 'B' */
986 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_UP, /* 0x43 67 'C' */
987 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_UP, /* 0x44 68 'D' */
988 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_UP, /* 0x45 69 'E' */
989 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_UP, /* 0x46 70 'F' */
990 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x47 71 'G' */
991 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x48 72 'H' */
992 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x49 73 'I' */
993 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x4A 74 'J' */
994 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x4B 75 'K' */
995 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x4C 76 'L' */
996 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x4D 77 'M' */
997 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x4E 78 'N' */
998 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x4F 79 'O' */
999 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x50 80 'P' */
1000 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x51 81 'Q' */
1001 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x52 82 'R' */
1002 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x53 83 'S' */
1003 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x54 84 'T' */
1004 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x55 85 'U' */
1005 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x56 86 'V' */
1006 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x57 87 'W' */
1007 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x58 88 'X' */
1008 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x59 89 'Y' */
1009 _ACPI_UP, /* 0x5A 90 'Z' */
1010 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x5B 91 '[' */
1011 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x5C 92 '\' */
1012 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x5D 93 ']' */
1013 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x5E 94 '^' */
1014 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x5F 95 '_' */
1015 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x60 96 '`' */
1016 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_LO, /* 0x61 97 'a' */
1017 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_LO, /* 0x62 98 'b' */
1018 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_LO, /* 0x63 99 'c' */
1019 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_LO, /* 0x64 100 'd' */
1020 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_LO, /* 0x65 101 'e' */
1021 _ACPI_XD|_ACPI_LO, /* 0x66 102 'f' */
1022 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x67 103 'g' */
1023 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x68 104 'h' */
1024 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x69 105 'i' */
1025 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x6A 106 'j' */
1026 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x6B 107 'k' */
1027 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x6C 108 'l' */
1028 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x6D 109 'm' */
1029 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x6E 110 'n' */
1030 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x6F 111 'o' */
1031 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x70 112 'p' */
1032 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x71 113 'q' */
1033 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x72 114 'r' */
1034 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x73 115 's' */
1035 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x74 116 't' */
1036 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x75 117 'u' */
1037 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x76 118 'v' */
1038 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x77 119 'w' */
1039 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x78 120 'x' */
1040 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x79 121 'y' */
1041 _ACPI_LO, /* 0x7A 122 'z' */
1042 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x7B 123 '{' */
1043 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x7C 124 '|' */
1044 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x7D 125 '}' */
1045 _ACPI_PU, /* 0x7E 126 '~' */
1046 _ACPI_CN, /* 0x7F 127 DEL */
1047
1048 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0, /* 0x80 to 0x8F */
1049 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0, /* 0x90 to 0x9F */
1050 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0, /* 0xA0 to 0xAF */
1051 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0, /* 0xB0 to 0xBF */
1052 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0, /* 0xC0 to 0xCF */
1053 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0, /* 0xD0 to 0xDF */
1054 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0, /* 0xE0 to 0xEF */
1055 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0, /* 0xF0 to 0xFF */
1056 0 /* 0x100 */
1057 };
1058
1059
1060 #endif /* ACPI_USE_SYSTEM_CLIBRARY */