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/*
 * numbers.c: Implementation of the XSLT number functions
 *
 * Reference:
 *   http://www.w3.org/TR/1999/REC-xslt-19991116
 *
 * See Copyright for the status of this software.
 *
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 * daniel@veillard.com
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 * Bjorn Reese <breese@users.sourceforge.net>
 */

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#define IN_LIBXSLT
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#include "libxslt.h"
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#include <math.h>
#include <limits.h>
#include <float.h>
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#include <string.h>
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#include <libxml/xmlmemory.h>
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#include <libxml/parserInternals.h>
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#include <libxml/xpath.h>
#include <libxml/xpathInternals.h>
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#include <libxml/encoding.h>
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#include "xsltutils.h"
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#include "pattern.h"
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#include "templates.h"
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#include "transform.h"
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#include "numbersInternals.h"

#ifndef FALSE
# define FALSE (0 == 1)
# define TRUE (1 == 1)
#endif

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#define SYMBOL_QUOTE		((xmlChar)'\'')

#define DEFAULT_TOKEN		(xmlChar)'0'
#define DEFAULT_SEPARATOR	"."

#define MAX_TOKENS		1024

typedef struct _xsltFormatToken xsltFormatToken;
typedef xsltFormatToken *xsltFormatTokenPtr;
struct _xsltFormatToken {
    xmlChar	*separator;
    xmlChar	 token;
    int		 width;
};

typedef struct _xsltFormat xsltFormat;
typedef xsltFormat *xsltFormatPtr;
struct _xsltFormat {
    xmlChar		*start;
    xsltFormatToken	 tokens[MAX_TOKENS];
    int			 nTokens;
    xmlChar		*end;
};
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static char alpha_upper_list[] = "ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ";
static char alpha_lower_list[] = "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz";
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static xsltFormatToken default_token;
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/*
 * **** Start temp insert ****
 *
 * The following two routines (xsltUTF8Size and xsltUTF8Charcmp)
 * will be replaced with calls to the corresponding libxml routines
 * at a later date (when other inter-library dependencies require it)
 */

/**
 * xsltUTF8Size:
 * @utf: pointer to the UTF8 character
 *
 * returns the numbers of bytes in the character, -1 on format error
 */
static int
xsltUTF8Size(xmlChar *utf) {
    xmlChar mask;
    int len;

    if (utf == NULL)
        return -1;
    if (*utf < 0x80)
        return 1;
    /* check valid UTF8 character */
    if (!(*utf & 0x40))
        return -1;
    /* determine number of bytes in char */
    len = 2;
    for (mask=0x20; mask != 0; mask>>=1) {
        if (!(*utf & mask))
            return len;
        len++;
    }
    return -1;
}

/**
 * xsltUTF8Charcmp
 * @utf1: pointer to first UTF8 char
 * @utf2: pointer to second UTF8 char
 *
 * returns result of comparing the two UCS4 values
 * as with xmlStrncmp
 */
static int
xsltUTF8Charcmp(xmlChar *utf1, xmlChar *utf2) {
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    if (utf1 == NULL ) {
        if (utf2 == NULL)
            return 0;
        return -1;
    }
    return xmlStrncmp(utf1, utf2, xsltUTF8Size(utf1));
}

/***** Stop temp insert *****/
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/************************************************************************
 *									*
 *			Utility functions				*
 *									*
 ************************************************************************/

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#define IS_SPECIAL(self,letter)			\
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    ((xsltUTF8Charcmp((letter), (self)->zeroDigit) == 0)	    ||	\
     (xsltUTF8Charcmp((letter), (self)->digit) == 0)	    ||	\
     (xsltUTF8Charcmp((letter), (self)->decimalPoint) == 0)  ||	\
     (xsltUTF8Charcmp((letter), (self)->grouping) == 0)	    ||	\
     (xsltUTF8Charcmp((letter), (self)->patternSeparator) == 0))
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#define IS_DIGIT_ZERO(x) xsltIsDigitZero(x)
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#define IS_DIGIT_ONE(x) xsltIsDigitZero((xmlChar)(x)-1)
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static int
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xsltIsDigitZero(unsigned int ch)
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{
    /*
     * Reference: ftp://ftp.unicode.org/Public/UNIDATA/UnicodeData.txt
     */
    switch (ch) {
    case 0x0030: case 0x0660: case 0x06F0: case 0x0966:
    case 0x09E6: case 0x0A66: case 0x0AE6: case 0x0B66:
    case 0x0C66: case 0x0CE6: case 0x0D66: case 0x0E50:
    case 0x0E60: case 0x0F20: case 0x1040: case 0x17E0:
    case 0x1810: case 0xFF10:
	return TRUE;
    default:
	return FALSE;
    }
}

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static void
xsltNumberFormatDecimal(xmlBufferPtr buffer,
			double number,
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			int digit_zero,
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			int width,
			int digitsPerGroup,
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			int groupingCharacter,
			int groupingCharacterLen)
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{
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    /*
     * This used to be
     *  xmlChar temp_string[sizeof(double) * CHAR_BIT * sizeof(xmlChar) + 4];
     * which would be length 68 on x86 arch.  It was changed to be a longer,
     * fixed length in order to try to cater for (reasonable) UTF8
     * separators and numeric characters.  The max UTF8 char size will be
     * 6 or less, so the value used [500] should be *much* larger than needed
     */
    xmlChar temp_string[500];
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    xmlChar *pointer;
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    xmlChar temp_char[6];
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    int i;
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    int val;
    int len;
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    /* Build buffer from back */
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    pointer = &temp_string[sizeof(temp_string)] - 1;	/* last char */
    *pointer = 0;
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    i = 0;
    while (pointer > temp_string) {
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	if ((i >= width) && (fabs(number) < 1.0))
	    break; /* for */
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	if ((i > 0) && (groupingCharacter != 0) &&
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	    (digitsPerGroup > 0) &&
	    ((i % digitsPerGroup) == 0)) {
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	    if (pointer - groupingCharacterLen < temp_string) {
	        i = -1;		/* flag error */
		break;
	    }
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	    pointer -= groupingCharacterLen;
	    xmlCopyCharMultiByte(pointer, groupingCharacter);
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	}
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	val = digit_zero + (int)fmod(number, 10.0);
	if (val < 0x80) {			/* shortcut if ASCII */
	    if (pointer <= temp_string) {	/* Check enough room */
	        i = -1;
		break;
	    }
	    *(--pointer) = val;
	}
	else {
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	/*
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	 * Here we have a multibyte character.  It's a little messy,
	 * because until we generate the char we don't know how long
	 * it is.  So, we generate it into the buffer temp_char, then
	 * copy from there into temp_string.
	 */
	    len = xmlCopyCharMultiByte(temp_char, val);
	    if ( (pointer - len) < temp_string ) {
	        i = -1;
		break;
	    }
	    pointer -= len;
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	    memcpy(pointer, temp_char, len);
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	}
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	number /= 10.0;
	++i;
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    }
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    if (i < 0)
        xsltGenericError(xsltGenericErrorContext,
		"xsltNumberFormatDecimal: Internal buffer size exceeded");
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    xmlBufferCat(buffer, pointer);
}

static void
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xsltNumberFormatAlpha(xsltNumberDataPtr data,
		      xmlBufferPtr buffer,
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		      double number,
		      int is_upper)
{
    char temp_string[sizeof(double) * CHAR_BIT * sizeof(xmlChar) + 1];
    char *pointer;
    int i;
    char *alpha_list;
    double alpha_size = (double)(sizeof(alpha_upper_list) - 1);

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    /*
     * XSLT 1.0 isn't clear on how to handle zero, but XSLT 2.0 says:
     *
     *     For all format tokens other than the first kind above (one that
     *     consists of decimal digits), there may be implementation-defined
     *     lower and upper bounds on the range of numbers that can be
     *     formatted using this format token; indeed, for some numbering
     *     sequences there may be intrinsic limits. [...] Numbers that fall
     *     outside this range must be formatted using the format token 1.
     *
     * The "a" token has an intrinsic lower limit of 1.
     */
    if (number < 1.0) {
        xsltNumberFormatDecimal(buffer, number, '0', 1,
                                data->digitsPerGroup,
                                data->groupingCharacter,
                                data->groupingCharacterLen);
        return;
    }

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    /* Build buffer from back */
    pointer = &temp_string[sizeof(temp_string)];
    *(--pointer) = 0;
    alpha_list = (is_upper) ? alpha_upper_list : alpha_lower_list;
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    for (i = 1; i < (int)sizeof(temp_string); i++) {
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	number--;
	*(--pointer) = alpha_list[((int)fmod(number, alpha_size))];
	number /= alpha_size;
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	if (number < 1.0)
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	    break; /* for */
    }
    xmlBufferCCat(buffer, pointer);
}

static void
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xsltNumberFormatRoman(xsltNumberDataPtr data,
		      xmlBufferPtr buffer,
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		      double number,
		      int is_upper)
{
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    /*
     * See discussion in xsltNumberFormatAlpha. Also use a reasonable upper
     * bound to avoid denial of service.
     */
    if (number < 1.0 || number > 5000.0) {
        xsltNumberFormatDecimal(buffer, number, '0', 1,
                                data->digitsPerGroup,
                                data->groupingCharacter,
                                data->groupingCharacterLen);
        return;
    }

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    /*
     * Based on an example by Jim Walsh
     */
    while (number >= 1000.0) {
	xmlBufferCCat(buffer, (is_upper) ? "M" : "m");
	number -= 1000.0;
    }
    if (number >= 900.0) {
	xmlBufferCCat(buffer, (is_upper) ? "CM" : "cm");
	number -= 900.0;
    }
    while (number >= 500.0) {
	xmlBufferCCat(buffer, (is_upper) ? "D" : "d");
	number -= 500.0;
    }
    if (number >= 400.0) {
	xmlBufferCCat(buffer, (is_upper) ? "CD" : "cd");
	number -= 400.0;
    }
    while (number >= 100.0) {
	xmlBufferCCat(buffer, (is_upper) ? "C" : "c");
	number -= 100.0;
    }
    if (number >= 90.0) {
	xmlBufferCCat(buffer, (is_upper) ? "XC" : "xc");
	number -= 90.0;
    }
    while (number >= 50.0) {
	xmlBufferCCat(buffer, (is_upper) ? "L" : "l");
	number -= 50.0;
    }
    if (number >= 40.0) {
	xmlBufferCCat(buffer, (is_upper) ? "XL" : "xl");
	number -= 40.0;
    }
    while (number >= 10.0) {
	xmlBufferCCat(buffer, (is_upper) ? "X" : "x");
	number -= 10.0;
    }
    if (number >= 9.0) {
	xmlBufferCCat(buffer, (is_upper) ? "IX" : "ix");
	number -= 9.0;
    }
    while (number >= 5.0) {
	xmlBufferCCat(buffer, (is_upper) ? "V" : "v");
	number -= 5.0;
    }
    if (number >= 4.0) {
	xmlBufferCCat(buffer, (is_upper) ? "IV" : "iv");
	number -= 4.0;
    }
    while (number >= 1.0) {
	xmlBufferCCat(buffer, (is_upper) ? "I" : "i");
	number--;
    }
}

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static void
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xsltNumberFormatTokenize(const xmlChar *format,
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			 xsltFormatPtr tokens)
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{
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    int ix = 0;
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    int j;
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    int val;
    int len;
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    default_token.token = DEFAULT_TOKEN;
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    default_token.width = 1;
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    default_token.separator = BAD_CAST(DEFAULT_SEPARATOR);


    tokens->start = NULL;
    tokens->tokens[0].separator = NULL;
    tokens->end = NULL;
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    /*
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     * Insert initial non-alphanumeric token.
     * There is always such a token in the list, even if NULL
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     */
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    while (! (IS_LETTER(val=xmlStringCurrentChar(NULL, format+ix, &len)) ||
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	      IS_DIGIT(val)) ) {
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	if (format[ix] == 0)		/* if end of format string */
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	    break; /* while */
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	ix += len;
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    }
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    if (ix > 0)
	tokens->start = xmlStrndup(format, ix);
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    for (tokens->nTokens = 0; tokens->nTokens < MAX_TOKENS;
	 tokens->nTokens++) {
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	if (format[ix] == 0)
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	    break; /* for */
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	/*
	 * separator has already been parsed (except for the first
	 * number) in tokens->end, recover it.
	 */
	if (tokens->nTokens > 0) {
	    tokens->tokens[tokens->nTokens].separator = tokens->end;
	    tokens->end = NULL;
	}

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	val = xmlStringCurrentChar(NULL, format+ix, &len);
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	if (IS_DIGIT_ONE(val) ||
		 IS_DIGIT_ZERO(val)) {
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	    tokens->tokens[tokens->nTokens].width = 1;
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	    while (IS_DIGIT_ZERO(val)) {
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		tokens->tokens[tokens->nTokens].width++;
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		ix += len;
		val = xmlStringCurrentChar(NULL, format+ix, &len);
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	    }
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	    if (IS_DIGIT_ONE(val)) {
		tokens->tokens[tokens->nTokens].token = val - 1;
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		ix += len;
		val = xmlStringCurrentChar(NULL, format+ix, &len);
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	    }
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	} else if ( (val == (xmlChar)'A') ||
		    (val == (xmlChar)'a') ||
		    (val == (xmlChar)'I') ||
		    (val == (xmlChar)'i') ) {
	    tokens->tokens[tokens->nTokens].token = val;
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	    ix += len;
	    val = xmlStringCurrentChar(NULL, format+ix, &len);
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	} else {
	    /* XSLT section 7.7
	     * "Any other format token indicates a numbering sequence
	     *  that starts with that token. If an implementation does
	     *  not support a numbering sequence that starts with that
	     *  token, it must use a format token of 1."
	     */
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	    tokens->tokens[tokens->nTokens].token = (xmlChar)'0';
	    tokens->tokens[tokens->nTokens].width = 1;
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	}
	/*
	 * Skip over remaining alphanumeric characters from the Nd
	 * (Number, decimal digit), Nl (Number, letter), No (Number,
	 * other), Lu (Letter, uppercase), Ll (Letter, lowercase), Lt
	 * (Letters, titlecase), Lm (Letters, modifiers), and Lo
	 * (Letters, other (uncased)) Unicode categories. This happens
	 * to correspond to the Letter and Digit classes from XML (and
	 * one wonders why XSLT doesn't refer to these instead).
	 */
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	while (IS_LETTER(val) || IS_DIGIT(val)) {
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	    ix += len;
	    val = xmlStringCurrentChar(NULL, format+ix, &len);
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	}
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	/*
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	 * Insert temporary non-alphanumeric final tooken.
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	 */
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	j = ix;
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	while (! (IS_LETTER(val) || IS_DIGIT(val))) {
	    if (val == 0)
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		break; /* while */
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	    ix += len;
	    val = xmlStringCurrentChar(NULL, format+ix, &len);
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	}
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	if (ix > j)
	    tokens->end = xmlStrndup(&format[j], ix - j);
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    }
}

static void
xsltNumberFormatInsertNumbers(xsltNumberDataPtr data,
			      double *numbers,
			      int numbers_max,
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			      xmlBufferPtr buffer)
{
    int i = 0;
    double number;
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    xsltFormatTokenPtr token;
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    /*
     * Handle initial non-alphanumeric token
     */
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    if (tokens->start != NULL)
	 xmlBufferCat(buffer, tokens->start);
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    for (i = 0; i < numbers_max; i++) {
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	/* Insert number */
	number = numbers[(numbers_max - 1) - i];
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        /* Round to nearest like XSLT 2.0 */
        number = floor(number + 0.5);
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        /*
         * XSLT 1.0 isn't clear on how to handle negative numbers, but XSLT
         * 2.0 says:
         *
         *     It is a non-recoverable dynamic error if any undiscarded item
         *     in the atomized sequence supplied as the value of the value
         *     attribute of xsl:number cannot be converted to an integer, or
         *     if the resulting integer is less than 0 (zero).
         */
        if (number < 0.0) {
            xsltTransformError(NULL, NULL, NULL,
                    "xsl-number : negative value\n");
            /* Recover by treating negative values as zero. */
            number = 0.0;
        }
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	if (i < tokens->nTokens) {
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	  /*
	   * The "n"th format token will be used to format the "n"th
	   * number in the list
	   */
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	  token = &(tokens->tokens[i]);
	} else if (tokens->nTokens > 0) {
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	  /*
	   * If there are more numbers than format tokens, then the
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	   * last format token will be used to format the remaining
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	   * numbers.
	   */
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	  token = &(tokens->tokens[tokens->nTokens - 1]);
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	} else {
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	  /*
	   * If there are no format tokens, then a format token of
	   * 1 is used to format all numbers.
	   */
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	  token = &default_token;
	}
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	/* Print separator, except for the first number */
	if (i > 0) {
	    if (token->separator != NULL)
		xmlBufferCat(buffer, token->separator);
	    else
		xmlBufferCCat(buffer, DEFAULT_SEPARATOR);
	}

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	switch (xmlXPathIsInf(number)) {
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	case -1:
	    xmlBufferCCat(buffer, "-Infinity");
	    break;
	case 1:
	    xmlBufferCCat(buffer, "Infinity");
	    break;
	default:
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	    if (xmlXPathIsNaN(number)) {
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		xmlBufferCCat(buffer, "NaN");
	    } else {

		switch (token->token) {
		case 'A':
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		    xsltNumberFormatAlpha(data, buffer, number, TRUE);
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		    break;
		case 'a':
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		    xsltNumberFormatAlpha(data, buffer, number, FALSE);
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		    break;
		case 'I':
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		    xsltNumberFormatRoman(data, buffer, number, TRUE);
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		    break;
		case 'i':
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		    xsltNumberFormatRoman(data, buffer, number, FALSE);
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		    break;
		default:
		    if (IS_DIGIT_ZERO(token->token)) {
			xsltNumberFormatDecimal(buffer,
						number,
						token->token,
						token->width,
						data->digitsPerGroup,
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						data->groupingCharacter,
						data->groupingCharacterLen);
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		    }
		    break;
		}
	    }

	}
    }
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    /*
     * Handle final non-alphanumeric token
     */
    if (tokens->end != NULL)
	 xmlBufferCat(buffer, tokens->end);

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}

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static int
xsltTestCompMatchCount(xsltTransformContextPtr context,
                       xmlNodePtr node,
                       xsltCompMatchPtr countPat,
                       xmlNodePtr cur)
{
    if (countPat != NULL) {
        return xsltTestCompMatchList(context, node, countPat);
    }
    else {
        /*
         * 7.7 Numbering
         *
         * If count attribute is not specified, then it defaults to the
         * pattern that matches any node with the same node type as the
         * current node and, if the current node has an expanded-name, with
         * the same expanded-name as the current node.
         */
        if (node->type != cur->type)
            return 0;
        if (node->type == XML_NAMESPACE_DECL)
            /*
             * Namespace nodes have no preceding siblings and no parents
             * that are namespace nodes. This means that node == cur.
             */
            return 1;
        /* TODO: Skip node types without expanded names like text nodes. */
        if (!xmlStrEqual(node->name, cur->name))
            return 0;
        if (node->ns == cur->ns)
            return 1;
        if ((node->ns == NULL) || (cur->ns == NULL))
            return 0;
        return (xmlStrEqual(node->ns->href, cur->ns->href));
    }
}

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static int
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xsltNumberFormatGetAnyLevel(xsltTransformContextPtr context,
			    xmlNodePtr node,
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			    xsltCompMatchPtr countPat,
			    xsltCompMatchPtr fromPat,
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			    double *array)
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{
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    int amount = 0;
    int cnt = 0;
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    xmlNodePtr cur;
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    /* select the starting node */
    switch (node->type) {
	case XML_ELEMENT_NODE:
	    cur = node;
	    break;
	case XML_ATTRIBUTE_NODE:
	    cur = ((xmlAttrPtr) node)->parent;
	    break;
	case XML_TEXT_NODE:
	case XML_PI_NODE:
	case XML_COMMENT_NODE:
	    cur = node->parent;
	    break;
	default:
	    cur = NULL;
	    break;
    }

    while (cur != NULL) {
	/* process current node */
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	if (xsltTestCompMatchCount(context, cur, countPat, node))
	    cnt++;
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	if ((fromPat != NULL) &&
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	    xsltTestCompMatchList(context, cur, fromPat)) {
	    break; /* while */
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	}

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	/* Skip to next preceding or ancestor */
	if ((cur->type == XML_DOCUMENT_NODE) ||
#ifdef LIBXML_DOCB_ENABLED
            (cur->type == XML_DOCB_DOCUMENT_NODE) ||
#endif
            (cur->type == XML_HTML_DOCUMENT_NODE))
	    break; /* while */

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	while ((cur->prev != NULL) && ((cur->prev->type == XML_DTD_NODE) ||
	       (cur->prev->type == XML_XINCLUDE_START) ||
	       (cur->prev->type == XML_XINCLUDE_END)))
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	    cur = cur->prev;
	if (cur->prev != NULL) {
	    for (cur = cur->prev; cur->last != NULL; cur = cur->last);
	} else {
	    cur = cur->parent;
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	}
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    }
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    array[amount++] = (double) cnt;

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    return(amount);
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}

static int
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xsltNumberFormatGetMultipleLevel(xsltTransformContextPtr context,
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				 xmlNodePtr node,
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				 xsltCompMatchPtr countPat,
				 xsltCompMatchPtr fromPat,
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				 double *array,
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				 int max)
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{
    int amount = 0;
    int cnt;
    xmlNodePtr ancestor;
    xmlNodePtr preceding;
    xmlXPathParserContextPtr parser;
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    context->xpathCtxt->node = node;
    parser = xmlXPathNewParserContext(NULL, context->xpathCtxt);
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    if (parser) {
	/* ancestor-or-self::*[count] */
	for (ancestor = node;
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	     (ancestor != NULL) && (ancestor->type != XML_DOCUMENT_NODE);
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	     ancestor = xmlXPathNextAncestor(parser, ancestor)) {
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	    if ((fromPat != NULL) &&
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		xsltTestCompMatchList(context, ancestor, fromPat))
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		break; /* for */
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	    if (xsltTestCompMatchCount(context, ancestor, countPat, node)) {
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		/* count(preceding-sibling::*) */
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		cnt = 1;
		for (preceding =
                        xmlXPathNextPrecedingSibling(parser, ancestor);
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		     preceding != NULL;
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		     preceding =
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		        xmlXPathNextPrecedingSibling(parser, preceding)) {
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	            if (xsltTestCompMatchCount(context, preceding, countPat,
                                               node))
			cnt++;
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		}
		array[amount++] = (double)cnt;
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		if (amount >= max)
		    break; /* for */
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	    }
	}
	xmlXPathFreeParserContext(parser);
    }
    return amount;
}

static int
xsltNumberFormatGetValue(xmlXPathContextPtr context,
			 xmlNodePtr node,
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			 const xmlChar *value,
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			 double *number)
{
    int amount = 0;
    xmlBufferPtr pattern;
    xmlXPathObjectPtr obj;
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    pattern = xmlBufferCreate();
    if (pattern != NULL) {
	xmlBufferCCat(pattern, "number(");
	xmlBufferCat(pattern, value);
	xmlBufferCCat(pattern, ")");
	context->node = node;
	obj = xmlXPathEvalExpression(xmlBufferContent(pattern),
				     context);
	if (obj != NULL) {
	    *number = obj->floatval;
	    amount++;
	    xmlXPathFreeObject(obj);
	}
	xmlBufferFree(pattern);
    }
    return amount;
}

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/**
 * xsltNumberFormat:
 * @ctxt: the XSLT transformation context
 * @data: the formatting informations
 * @node: the data to format
 *
 * Convert one number.
 */
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void
xsltNumberFormat(xsltTransformContextPtr ctxt,
		 xsltNumberDataPtr data,
		 xmlNodePtr node)
{
    xmlBufferPtr output = NULL;
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    int amount, i;
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    double number;
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    xsltFormat tokens;
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    if (data->format != NULL) {
        xsltNumberFormatTokenize(data->format, &tokens);
    }
    else {
        xmlChar *format;

	/* The format needs to be recomputed each time */
        if (data->has_format == 0)
            return;
	format = xsltEvalAttrValueTemplate(ctxt, data->node,
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					     (const xmlChar *) "format",
					     XSLT_NAMESPACE);
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        if (format == NULL)
            return;
        xsltNumberFormatTokenize(format, &tokens);
	xmlFree(format);
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    }

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    output = xmlBufferCreate();
    if (output == NULL)
	goto XSLT_NUMBER_FORMAT_END;

    /*
     * Evaluate the XPath expression to find the value(s)
     */
    if (data->value) {
	amount = xsltNumberFormatGetValue(ctxt->xpathCtxt,
					  node,
					  data->value,
					  &number);
	if (amount == 1) {
	    xsltNumberFormatInsertNumbers(data,
					  &number,
					  1,
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					  &tokens,
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					  output);
	}
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    } else if (data->level) {
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	if (xmlStrEqual(data->level, (const xmlChar *) "single")) {
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	    amount = xsltNumberFormatGetMultipleLevel(ctxt,
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						      node,
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						      data->countPat,
						      data->fromPat,
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						      &number,
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						      1);
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	    if (amount == 1) {
		xsltNumberFormatInsertNumbers(data,
					      &number,
					      1,
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					      &tokens,
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					      output);
	    }
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	} else if (xmlStrEqual(data->level, (const xmlChar *) "multiple")) {
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	    double numarray[1024];
	    int max = sizeof(numarray)/sizeof(numarray[0]);
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	    amount = xsltNumberFormatGetMultipleLevel(ctxt,
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						      node,
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						      data->countPat,
						      data->fromPat,
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						      numarray,
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						      max);
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	    if (amount > 0) {
		xsltNumberFormatInsertNumbers(data,
					      numarray,
					      amount,
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					      &tokens,
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					      output);
	    }
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	} else if (xmlStrEqual(data->level, (const xmlChar *) "any")) {
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	    amount = xsltNumberFormatGetAnyLevel(ctxt,
						 node,
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						 data->countPat,
						 data->fromPat,
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						 &number);
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	    if (amount > 0) {
		xsltNumberFormatInsertNumbers(data,
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					      &number,
					      1,
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					      &tokens,
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					      output);
	    }
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	}
    }
    /* Insert number as text node */
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    xsltCopyTextString(ctxt, ctxt->insert, xmlBufferContent(output), 0);
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    xmlBufferFree(output);

XSLT_NUMBER_FORMAT_END:
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    if (tokens.start != NULL)
	xmlFree(tokens.start);
    if (tokens.end != NULL)
	xmlFree(tokens.end);
    for (i = 0;i < tokens.nTokens;i++) {
	if (tokens.tokens[i].separator != NULL)
	    xmlFree(tokens.tokens[i].separator);
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    }
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}

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static int
xsltFormatNumberPreSuffix(xsltDecimalFormatPtr self, xmlChar **format, xsltFormatNumberInfoPtr info)
{
    int	count=0;	/* will hold total length of prefix/suffix */
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    int len;
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    while (1) {
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	/*
	 * prefix / suffix ends at end of string or at
	 * first 'special' character
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	 */
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	if (**format == 0)
	    return count;
	/* if next character 'escaped' just count it */
	if (**format == SYMBOL_QUOTE) {
	    if (*++(*format) == 0)
		return -1;
	}
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	else if (IS_SPECIAL(self, *format))
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	    return count;
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	/*
	 * else treat percent/per-mille as special cases,
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	 * depending on whether +ve or -ve
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	 */
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	else {
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	    /*
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	     * for +ve prefix/suffix, allow only a
	     * single occurence of either
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	     */
	    if (xsltUTF8Charcmp(*format, self->percent) == 0) {
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		if (info->is_multiplier_set)
		    return -1;
		info->multiplier = 100;
		info->is_multiplier_set = TRUE;
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	    } else if (xsltUTF8Charcmp(*format, self->permille) == 0) {
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		if (info->is_multiplier_set)
		    return -1;
		info->multiplier = 1000;
		info->is_multiplier_set = TRUE;
	    }
	}
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	if ((len=xsltUTF8Size(*format)) < 1)
	    return -1;
	count += len;
	*format += len;
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    }
}
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/**
 * xsltFormatNumberConversion:
 * @self: the decimal format
 * @format: the format requested
 * @number: the value to format
 * @result: the place to ouput the result
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 *
 * format-number() uses the JDK 1.1 DecimalFormat class:
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 *
 * http://java.sun.com/products/jdk/1.1/docs/api/java.text.DecimalFormat.html
 *
 * Structure:
 *
 *   pattern    := subpattern{;subpattern}
 *   subpattern := {prefix}integer{.fraction}{suffix}
 *   prefix     := '\\u0000'..'\\uFFFD' - specialCharacters
 *   suffix     := '\\u0000'..'\\uFFFD' - specialCharacters
 *   integer    := '#'* '0'* '0'
 *   fraction   := '0'* '#'*
 *
 *   Notation:
 *    X*       0 or more instances of X
 *    (X | Y)  either X or Y.
 *    X..Y     any character from X up to Y, inclusive.
 *    S - T    characters in S, except those in T
 *
 * Special Characters:
 *
 *   Symbol Meaning
 *   0      a digit
 *   #      a digit, zero shows as absent
 *   .      placeholder for decimal separator
 *   ,      placeholder for grouping separator.
 *   ;      separates formats.
 *   -      default negative prefix.
 *   %      multiply by 100 and show as percentage
 *   ?      multiply by 1000 and show as per mille
 *   X      any other characters can be used in the prefix or suffix
 *   '      used to quote special characters in a prefix or suffix.
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 *
 * Returns a possible XPath error
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 */
xmlXPathError
xsltFormatNumberConversion(xsltDecimalFormatPtr self,
			   xmlChar *format,
			   double number,
			   xmlChar **result)
{
    xmlXPathError status = XPATH_EXPRESSION_OK;
    xmlBufferPtr buffer;
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    xmlChar *the_format, *prefix = NULL, *suffix = NULL;
    xmlChar *nprefix, *nsuffix = NULL;
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    xmlChar pchar;
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    int	    prefix_length, suffix_length = 0, nprefix_length, nsuffix_length;
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    int	    j, len;
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    int     self_grouping_len;
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    xsltFormatNumberInfo format_info;
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    /*
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     * delayed_multiplier allows a 'trailing' percent or
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     * permille to be treated as suffix
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     */
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    int		delayed_multiplier = 0;
    /* flag to show no -ve format present for -ve number */
    char	default_sign = 0;
    /* flag to show error found, should use default format */
    char	found_error = 0;
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    if (xmlStrlen(format) <= 0) {
	xsltTransformError(NULL, NULL, NULL,
                "xsltFormatNumberConversion : "
		"Invalid format (0-length)\n");
    }
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    *result = NULL;
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    switch (xmlXPathIsInf(number)) {
	case -1:
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	    if (self->minusSign == NULL)
		*result = xmlStrdup(BAD_CAST "-");
	    else
		*result = xmlStrdup(self->minusSign);
	    /* no-break on purpose */
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	case 1:
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	    if ((self == NULL) || (self->infinity == NULL))
		*result = xmlStrcat(*result, BAD_CAST "Infinity");
	    else
		*result = xmlStrcat(*result, self->infinity);
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	    return(status);
	default:
	    if (xmlXPathIsNaN(number)) {
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		if ((self == NULL) || (self->noNumber == NULL))
		    *result = xmlStrdup(BAD_CAST "NaN");
		else
		    *result = xmlStrdup(self->noNumber);
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		return(status);
	    }
    }

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    buffer = xmlBufferCreate();
    if (buffer == NULL) {
	return XPATH_MEMORY_ERROR;
    }

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    format_info.integer_hash = 0;
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    format_info.integer_digits = 0;
    format_info.frac_digits = 0;
    format_info.frac_hash = 0;
    format_info.group = -1;
    format_info.multiplier = 1;
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    format_info.add_decimal = FALSE;
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    format_info.is_multiplier_set = FALSE;
    format_info.is_negative_pattern = FALSE;

    the_format = format;

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    /*
     * First we process the +ve pattern to get percent / permille,
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     * as well as main format
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     */
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    prefix = the_format;
    prefix_length = xsltFormatNumberPreSuffix(self, &the_format, &format_info);
    if (prefix_length < 0) {
	found_error = 1;
	goto OUTPUT_NUMBER;
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    }

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    /*
     * Here we process the "number" part of the format.  It gets
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     * appears at the end, it may be part of the suffix instead
     * of part of the number, so the variable delayed_multiplier
     * is used to handle it
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     */
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    self_grouping_len = xmlStrlen(self->grouping);
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	   (xsltUTF8Charcmp(the_format, self->decimalPoint) != 0) &&
	   (xsltUTF8Charcmp(the_format, self->patternSeparator) != 0)) {
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	if (delayed_multiplier != 0) {
	    format_info.multiplier = delayed_multiplier;
	    format_info.is_multiplier_set = TRUE;
	    delayed_multiplier = 0;
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	}
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	if (xsltUTF8Charcmp(the_format, self->digit) == 0) {
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	    if (format_info.integer_digits > 0) {
		found_error = 1;
		goto OUTPUT_NUMBER;
	    }
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	    format_info.integer_hash++;
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	    if (format_info.group >= 0)
		format_info.group++;
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	} else if (xsltUTF8Charcmp(the_format, self->zeroDigit) == 0) {
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	    format_info.integer_digits++;
	    if (format_info.group >= 0)
		format_info.group++;
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	} else if ((self_grouping_len > 0) &&
	    (!xmlStrncmp(the_format, self->grouping, self_grouping_len))) {
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	    /* Reset group count */
	    format_info.group = 0;
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	    the_format += self_grouping_len;
	    continue;
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	} else if (xsltUTF8Charcmp(the_format, self->percent) == 0) {
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	    if (format_info.is_multiplier_set) {
		found_error = 1;
		goto OUTPUT_NUMBER;
	    }
	    delayed_multiplier = 100;
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	} else  if (xsltUTF8Charcmp(the_format, self->permille) == 0) {
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	    if (format_info.is_multiplier_set) {
		found_error = 1;
		goto OUTPUT_NUMBER;
	    }
	    delayed_multiplier = 1000;
	} else
	    break; /* while */
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	if ((len=xsltUTF8Size(the_format)) < 1) {
	    found_error = 1;
	    goto OUTPUT_NUMBER;
	}
	the_format += len;

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    }

    /* We have finished the integer part, now work on fraction */
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    if (xsltUTF8Charcmp(the_format, self->decimalPoint) == 0) {
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        format_info.add_decimal = TRUE;
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	the_format += xsltUTF8Size(the_format);	/* Skip over the decimal */
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	    if (format_info.frac_hash != 0) {
		found_error = 1;
		goto OUTPUT_NUMBER;
	    }
	    format_info.frac_digits++;
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	} else if (xsltUTF8Charcmp(the_format, self->digit) == 0) {
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	    format_info.frac_hash++;
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	} else if (xsltUTF8Charcmp(the_format, self->percent) == 0) {
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	    if (format_info.is_multiplier_set) {
		found_error = 1;
		goto OUTPUT_NUMBER;
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	    }
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	    delayed_multiplier = 100;
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	    if ((len = xsltUTF8Size(the_format)) < 1) {
	        found_error = 1;
		goto OUTPUT_NUMBER;
	    }
	    the_format += len;
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	    continue; /* while */
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	} else if (xsltUTF8Charcmp(the_format, self->permille) == 0) {
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	    if (format_info.is_multiplier_set) {
		found_error = 1;
		goto OUTPUT_NUMBER;
	    }
	    delayed_multiplier = 1000;
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	    if  ((len = xsltUTF8Size(the_format)) < 1) {
	        found_error = 1;
		goto OUTPUT_NUMBER;
	    }
	    the_format += len;
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	    continue; /* while */
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	} else if (xsltUTF8Charcmp(the_format, self->grouping) != 0) {
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	    break; /* while */
	}
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	if ((len = xsltUTF8Size(the_format)) < 1) {
	    found_error = 1;
	    goto OUTPUT_NUMBER;
	}
	the_format += len;
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	if (delayed_multiplier != 0) {
	    format_info.multiplier = delayed_multiplier;
	    delayed_multiplier = 0;
	    format_info.is_multiplier_set = TRUE;
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	}
    }
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    /*
     * If delayed_multiplier is set after processing the
     * "number" part, should be in suffix
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    if (delayed_multiplier != 0) {
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	delayed_multiplier = 0;
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    suffix = the_format;
    suffix_length = xsltFormatNumberPreSuffix(self, &the_format, &format_info);
    if ( (suffix_length < 0) ||
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	found_error = 1;
	goto OUTPUT_NUMBER;
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    /*
     * We have processed the +ve prefix, number part and +ve suffix.
     * If the number is -ve, we must substitute the -ve prefix / suffix
     */
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    if (number < 0) {
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        /*
	 * Note that j is the number of UTF8 chars before the separator,
	 * not the number of bytes! (bug 151975)
	 */
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        j =  xmlUTF8Strloc(format, self->patternSeparator);
	if (j < 0) {
	/* No -ve pattern present, so use default signing */
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	    default_sign = 1;
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	}
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	else {
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	    /* Skip over pattern separator (accounting for UTF8) */
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	    /*
	     * Flag changes interpretation of percent/permille
	     * in -ve pattern
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	     */
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	    format_info.is_negative_pattern = TRUE;
	    format_info.is_multiplier_set = FALSE;

	    /* First do the -ve prefix */
	    nprefix = the_format;
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	    nprefix_length = xsltFormatNumberPreSuffix(self,
					&the_format, &format_info);
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	    if (nprefix_length<0) {
		found_error = 1;
		goto OUTPUT_NUMBER;
	    }

	    while (*the_format != 0) {
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		if ( (xsltUTF8Charcmp(the_format, (self)->percent) == 0) ||
		     (xsltUTF8Charcmp(the_format, (self)->permille)== 0) ) {
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		    if (format_info.is_multiplier_set) {
			found_error = 1;
			goto OUTPUT_NUMBER;
		    }
		    format_info.is_multiplier_set = TRUE;
		    delayed_multiplier = 1;
		}
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		else if (IS_SPECIAL(self, the_format))
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		    delayed_multiplier = 0;
		else
		    break; /* while */
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		if ((len = xsltUTF8Size(the_format)) < 1) {
		    found_error = 1;
		    goto OUTPUT_NUMBER;
		}
		the_format += len;
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	    }
	    if (delayed_multiplier != 0) {
		format_info.is_multiplier_set = FALSE;
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		the_format -= len;
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	    }

	    /* Finally do the -ve suffix */
	    if (*the_format != 0) {
		nsuffix = the_format;
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		nsuffix_length = xsltFormatNumberPreSuffix(self,
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		if (nsuffix_length < 0) {
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		    found_error = 1;
		    goto OUTPUT_NUMBER;
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		}
	    }
	    else
		nsuffix_length = 0;
	    if (*the_format != 0) {
		found_error = 1;
		goto OUTPUT_NUMBER;
	    }
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	    /*
	     * Here's another Java peculiarity:
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	     * if -ve prefix/suffix == +ve ones, discard & use default
	     */
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	    if ((nprefix_length != prefix_length) ||
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		(nsuffix_length != suffix_length) ||
		((nprefix_length > 0) &&
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		 (xmlStrncmp(nprefix, prefix, prefix_length) !=0 )) ||
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		prefix_length = nprefix_length;
		suffix = nsuffix;
		suffix_length = nsuffix_length;
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	    } /* else {
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		default_sign = 1;
	    }
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	}
    }
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    if (found_error != 0) {
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	xsltTransformError(NULL, NULL, NULL,
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                "xsltFormatNumberConversion : "
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		"error in format string '%s', using default\n", format);
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	default_sign = (number < 0.0) ? 1 : 0;
	prefix_length = suffix_length = 0;
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	format_info.integer_hash = 0;
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	format_info.integer_digits = 1;
	format_info.frac_digits = 1;
	format_info.frac_hash = 4;
	format_info.group = -1;
	format_info.multiplier = 1;
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	format_info.add_decimal = TRUE;
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    }
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    /* Ready to output our number.  First see if "default sign" is required */
    if (default_sign != 0)
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	xmlBufferAdd(buffer, self->minusSign, xsltUTF8Size(self->minusSign));
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    /* Put the prefix into the buffer */
    for (j = 0; j < prefix_length; j++) {
	if ((pchar = *prefix++) == SYMBOL_QUOTE) {
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	    len = xsltUTF8Size(prefix);
	    xmlBufferAdd(buffer, prefix, len);
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	    prefix += len;
	    j += len - 1;	/* length of symbol less length of quote */
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	} else
	    xmlBufferAdd(buffer, &pchar, 1);
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    }
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    /* Next do the integer part of the number */
    number = fabs(number) * (double)format_info.multiplier;
    scale = pow(10.0, (double)(format_info.frac_digits + format_info.frac_hash));
    number = floor((scale * number + 0.5)) / scale;
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    if ((self->grouping != NULL) &&
1305
        (self->grouping[0] != 0)) {
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1307
	len = xmlStrlen(self->grouping);
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	pchar = xsltGetUTF8Char(self->grouping, &len);
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	xsltNumberFormatDecimal(buffer, floor(number), self->zeroDigit[0],
				format_info.integer_digits,
				format_info.group,
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				pchar, len);
1313
    } else
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	xsltNumberFormatDecimal(buffer, floor(number), self->zeroDigit[0],
				format_info.integer_digits,
				format_info.group,
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				',', 1);
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    /* Special case: java treats '.#' like '.0', '.##' like '.0#', etc. */
    if ((format_info.integer_digits + format_info.integer_hash +
	 format_info.frac_digits == 0) && (format_info.frac_hash > 0)) {
        ++format_info.frac_digits;
	--format_info.frac_hash;
    }

    /* Add leading zero, if required */
    if ((floor(number) == 0) &&
	(format_info.integer_digits + format_info.frac_digits == 0)) {
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        xmlBufferAdd(buffer, self->zeroDigit, xsltUTF8Size(self->zeroDigit));
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    }

1332
    /* Next the fractional part, if required */
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    if (format_info.frac_digits + format_info.frac_hash == 0) {
        if (format_info.add_decimal)
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	    xmlBufferAdd(buffer, self->decimalPoint,
			 xsltUTF8Size(self->decimalPoint));
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    }
    else {
      number -= floor(number);
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	if ((number != 0) || (format_info.frac_digits != 0)) {
1341
	    xmlBufferAdd(buffer, self->decimalPoint,
1342
			 xsltUTF8Size(self->decimalPoint));
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	    number = floor(scale * number + 0.5);
	    for (j = format_info.frac_hash; j > 0; j--) {
		if (fmod(number, 10.0) >= 1.0)
		    break; /* for */
		number /= 10.0;
	    }
	    xsltNumberFormatDecimal(buffer, floor(number), self->zeroDigit[0],
				format_info.frac_digits + j,
1351
				0, 0, 0);
1352
	}
1353
    }
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    /* Put the suffix into the buffer */
    for (j = 0; j < suffix_length; j++) {
	if ((pchar = *suffix++) == SYMBOL_QUOTE) {
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            len = xsltUTF8Size(suffix);
	    xmlBufferAdd(buffer, suffix, len);
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	    suffix += len;
	    j += len - 1;	/* length of symbol less length of escape */
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	} else
	    xmlBufferAdd(buffer, &pchar, 1);
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    }

    *result = xmlStrdup(xmlBufferContent(buffer));
    xmlBufferFree(buffer);
    return status;
}
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