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@ -39,9 +39,9 @@ default: $(projects)
bin/test-text: build/text.o build/test_text.o
bin/test-journal: build/text.o build/journal.o build/test_journal.o
bin/test-source: build/text.o build/pair.o build/journal.o build/source.o build/test_source.o
bin/test-kjv: build/text.o build/pair.o build/kjv.o build/test_kjv.o
bin/kjv: build/text.o build/pair.o build/journal.o build/kjv.o build/scan_kjv.o
bin/flight: build/text.o build/pair.o build/journal.o build/source.o build/flight.o build/flighthours.o
bin/test-kjv: build/text.o build/pair.o build/kjvcount.o build/test_kjv.o
bin/kjv: build/text.o build/pair.o build/journal.o build/kjvcount.o build/kjv.o
bin/flight: build/text.o build/pair.o build/journal.o build/source.o build/flights.o build/flighthours.o
bin/%:
@echo "\033[1;36mlinking $@\033[0m"

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@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
Date _vs_ hours flown. */
#include "journal.h"
#include "flight.h"
#include "flights.h"
#include "source.h"
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>

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@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
#if defined BASE \
|| !defined BASE && !defined GENERIC && !defined PROTO /* <!-- base */
|| !defined BASE && !defined PRIVATE && !defined PROTO /* <!-- base */
#define LAUNCH_TYPE \
X(MotorCarTow),\
X(Winch),\
@ -47,8 +47,8 @@ struct flight {
#endif /* base --> */
#if defined GENERIC \
|| !defined BASE && !defined GENERIC && !defined PROTO /* <!-- generic */
#if defined PRIVATE \
|| !defined BASE && !defined PRIVATE && !defined PROTO /* <!-- generic */
struct tree_flight_node;
struct tree_flight_tree { struct tree_flight_node *node; unsigned height; };
struct flight_tree { struct tree_flight_tree root; };
@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ struct flight_tree_iterator { struct tree_flight_iterator _; };
#if defined PROTO \
|| !defined BASE && !defined GENERIC && !defined PROTO /* <!-- proto */
|| !defined BASE && !defined PRIVATE && !defined PROTO /* <!-- proto */
#include <stddef.h>
struct flights { struct flight_tree _; };
struct flights_iterator { struct flight_tree_iterator _; };
@ -76,8 +76,8 @@ int flights_next(struct flights_iterator *, union line64 *,
#ifdef BASE
#undef BASE
#endif
#ifdef GENERIC
#undef GENERIC
#ifdef PRIVATE
#undef PRIVATE
#endif
#ifdef PROTO
#undef PROTO

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@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
[MIT License](https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT).
@std C11 */
#define BASE
#include "../src/flight.h" /* base */
#include "../src/flights.h" /* base */
#include "../src/journal.h"
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ static int flight_compare(const union line64 a, const union line64 b)
#define PROTO
#include "../src/flight.h" /* proto */
#include "../src/flights.h" /* proto */
/*!conditions:re2c*/

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@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
#if defined BASE \
|| !defined BASE && !defined GENERIC && !defined PROTO /* <!-- base */
|| !defined BASE && !defined PRIVATE && !defined PROTO /* <!-- base */
#include <stddef.h>
#include <stdint.h> /* C99 */
/** Assumes: reverse ordering of byte-fields; unsigned is defined; C11 or GNU
@ -16,8 +16,8 @@ union line64 {
#endif /* base --> */
#if defined GENERIC \
|| !defined BASE && !defined GENERIC && !defined PROTO /* <!-- generic */
#if defined PRIVATE \
|| !defined BASE && !defined PRIVATE && !defined PROTO /* <!-- generic */
struct tree_day_node;
struct tree_day_tree { struct tree_day_node *node; unsigned height; };
struct day_tree { struct tree_day_tree root; };
@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ struct day_tree_iterator { struct tree_day_iterator _; };
#if defined PROTO \
|| !defined BASE && !defined GENERIC && !defined PROTO /* <!-- proto */
|| !defined BASE && !defined PRIVATE && !defined PROTO /* <!-- proto */
#include "text.h"
struct journal { struct day_tree days; struct text backing; };
struct journal_iterator { struct day_tree_iterator _; };
@ -44,8 +44,8 @@ int journal_next(struct journal_iterator *, union date32 *, const char **);
#ifdef BASE
#undef BASE
#endif
#ifdef GENERIC
#undef GENERIC
#ifdef PRIVATE
#undef PRIVATE
#endif
#ifdef PROTO
#undef PROTO

169
src/kjv.h
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@ -1,113 +1,82 @@
#if defined BASE \
|| !defined BASE && !defined GENERIC && !defined PROTO /* <!-- base */
#define BOOKS \
X(Genesis),\
X(Exodus),\
X(Leviticus),\
X(Numbers),\
X(Deuteronomy),\
X(Joshua),\
X(Judges),\
X(Ruth),\
X(ISamuel),\
X(IISamuel),\
X(IKings),\
X(IIKings),\
X(IChronicles),\
X(IIChronicles),\
X(Ezra),\
X(Nehemiah),\
X(Esther),\
X(Job),\
X(Psalms),\
X(Proverbs),\
X(Ecclesiastes),\
X(Song_of_Solomon),\
X(Isaiah),\
X(Jeremiah),\
X(Lamentations),\
X(Ezekiel),\
X(Daniel),\
X(Hosea),\
X(Joel),\
X(Amos),\
X(Obadiah),\
X(Jonah),\
X(Micah),\
X(Nahum),\
X(Habakkuk),\
X(Zephaniah),\
X(Haggai),\
X(Zechariah),\
X(Malachi),\
\
X(Matthew),\
X(Mark),\
X(Luke),\
X(John),\
X(Acts),\
X(Romans),\
X(ICorinthians),\
X(IICorinthians),\
X(Galatians),\
X(Ephesians),\
X(Philippians),\
X(Colossians),\
X(IThessalonians),\
X(IIThessalonians),\
X(ITimothy),\
X(IITimothy),\
X(Titus),\
X(Philemon),\
X(Hebrews),\
X(James),\
X(IPeter),\
X(IIPeter),\
X(IJohn),\
X(IIJohn),\
X(IIIJohn),\
X(Jude),\
X(Revelation),\
X(KJV_BOOK_SIZE)
#define X(book) book
enum kjv_book { BOOKS };
#undef X
#define X(book) #book
static const char *kjv_book_string[] = { BOOKS };
#undef X
#undef BOOKS
#include <stdint.h> /* C99 */
union kjvcite {
struct { uint32_t verse : 12, chapter : 13, book : 7; }; /* C11, reverse */
uint32_t u32;
};
void kjvcite_to_string(const union kjvcite, char (*)[12]);
|| !defined BASE && !defined PRIVATE && !defined PROTO /* <!-- base */
#ifdef BASE
#define PUSH_BASE
#undef BASE
#endif
#ifdef PRIVATE
#define PUSH_PRIVATE
#undef PRIVATE
#endif
#ifdef PROTO
#define PUSH_PROTO
#undef PROTO
#endif
#include "kjvcount.h" /* Uses same conflicting system. */
#ifdef PUSH_BASE
#undef PUSH_BASE
#define BASE
#endif
#ifdef PUSH_PRIVATE
#undef PUSH_PRIVATE
#define PRIVATE
#endif
#ifdef PUSH_PROTO
#undef PUSH_PROTO
#define PROTO
#endif
#endif /* base --> */
#if defined GENERIC \
|| !defined BASE && !defined GENERIC && !defined PROTO /* <!-- generic */
struct table_kjvset_bucket;
struct kjvset_table {
struct table_kjvset_bucket *buckets;
uint32_t log_capacity, size, top;
#if defined PRIVATE \
|| !defined BASE && !defined PRIVATE && !defined PROTO /* <!-- private */
struct tree_kjvline_node;
struct tree_kjvline_tree { struct tree_kjvline_node *node; unsigned height; };
struct kjvline_tree { struct tree_kjvline_tree root; };
struct tree_kjvline_ref
{ struct tree_kjvline_node *node; unsigned height, idx; };
struct tree_kjvline_iterator {
struct tree_kjvline_tree *root; struct tree_kjvline_ref ref; int seen;
};
struct table_verse_bucket;
struct verse_table {
struct table_verse_bucket *buckets;
uint32_t log_capacity, size, top;
};
#endif /* generic --> */
struct kjvline_tree_iterator { struct tree_kjvline_iterator _; };
#endif /* private --> */
#if defined PROTO \
|| !defined BASE && !defined GENERIC && !defined PROTO /* <!-- proto */
|| !defined BASE && !defined PRIVATE && !defined PROTO /* <!-- proto */
#ifdef BASE
#error BASE!!!
#endif
#include <stddef.h>
struct kjv {
struct kjvline_tree line;
struct kjvset_table set;
struct verse_table verses;
struct count_table count;
struct { size_t total, cumulative, set, verse; } words;
};
void kjv_line_(struct kjvline_tree *);
struct kjvline_tree kjv_line(struct journal *);
int kjv_line_is_empty(const struct kjvline_tree *);
const char *kjv_line_to_string(const struct kjvline_tree *);
struct kjvline_tree_iterator kjv_line_iterator(struct kjvline_tree *);
int kjv_line_next(struct kjvline_tree_iterator *, union line64 *,
const struct kjvrange **);
#if 0
const char *kjvline_to_string(const struct kjvline *);
struct kjvline_iterator kjvline_iterator(struct kjvline *);
int kjvline_next(struct kjvline_iterator *, union line64 *,
const struct kjvline **);
struct flights_iterator { struct flight_tree_iterator _; };
struct flights flights(/*const*/ struct journal *);
void flights_(struct flights *);
const char *flights_to_string(const struct flights *);
struct flights_iterator flights_iterator(struct flights *);
int flights_next(struct flights_iterator *, union line64 *,
const struct flight **);
struct kjv kjv(void);
void kjv_(struct kjv *);
int kjv_is_empty(const struct kjv *const kjv);
@ -115,13 +84,15 @@ int kjv_is_empty(const struct kjv *const kjv);
int kjv_add(struct kjv *const kjv, const union kjvcite cite);
const char *kjv_to_string(const struct kjv *const kjv);
const char *kjv_set_to_string(const struct kjv *const kjv);
#endif
#endif /* proto --> */
#ifdef BASE
#undef BASE
#endif
#ifdef GENERIC
#undef GENERIC
#ifdef PRIVATE
#undef PRIVATE
#endif
#ifdef PROTO
#undef PROTO

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@ -1,244 +1,314 @@
/** Run with a `KJV` sub-directory,
<https://github.com/scrollmapper/bible_databases/master/txt/KJV/>, outputs a
`gperf` file that has all the the words of all the verses in `kjv.h` format.
@license 2022 Neil Edelman, distributed under the terms of the
[MIT License](https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT). Uses the KJV at
[bible databases](https://github.com/scrollmapper/bible_databases/tree/master),
"All included Bible translations are in the public domain."
@std C11 */
/** @license 2022 Neil Edelman, distributed under the terms of the
[MIT License](https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT).
Scan journal entries for kjv references. */
#include "../src/journal.h"
#define BASE
#include "../src/kjv.h" /* Just the base data. */
#include "../src/text.h"
#include "../src/kjv.h"
#include "../src/pair.h"
#include <inttypes.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <inttypes.h> /* C99 */
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <assert.h>
#include <dirent.h> /* opendir readdir closedir */
#include <unistd.h> /* chdir (POSIX) (because I'm lazy) */
/* #include <cmph.h> No; overkill. */
#include <limits.h>
void kjvcite_to_string(const union kjvcite x, char (*const a)[12])
{ sprintf(*a, "%.4s%" PRIu32 ":%" PRIu32,
kjv_book_string[x.book < KJV_BOOK_SIZE ? x.book : KJV_BOOK_SIZE],
x.chapter % 1000, x.verse % 1000); }
/* Reversible hash map. */
/** <https://nullprogram.com/blog/2018/07/31/>
<https://github.com/skeeto/hash-prospector> on `x`. */
static uint32_t lowbias32(uint32_t x) {
x ^= x >> 16;
x *= 0x7feb352dU;
x ^= x >> 15;
x *= 0x846ca68bU;
x ^= x >> 16;
return x;
}
/* Inverts `x`. */
static uint32_t lowbias32_r(uint32_t x) {
x ^= x >> 16;
x *= 0x43021123U;
x ^= x >> 15 ^ x >> 30;
x *= 0x1d69e2a5U;
x ^= x >> 16;
return x;
}
static uint32_t kjvset_hash(const union kjvcite x) { return lowbias32(x.u32); }
static union kjvcite kjvset_unhash(const uint32_t x)
{ union kjvcite k; k.u32 = lowbias32_r(x); return k; }
static void kjvset_to_string(const union kjvcite x, char (*const a)[12])
{ kjvcite_to_string(x, a); }
#define TABLE_NAME kjvset
#define TABLE_KEY union kjvcite
#define TABLE_UINT uint32_t
#define TABLE_UNHASH
#define TABLE_TO_STRING
#include "../src/table.h"
/* Derived information on verse word count. */
static uint32_t verse_hash(const union kjvcite x) { return kjvset_hash(x); }
static union kjvcite verse_unhash(const uint32_t x) { return kjvset_unhash(x); }
static void verse_to_string(const union kjvcite x, const unsigned count,
char (*const a)[12]) { (void)count; kjvset_to_string(x, a); }
#define TABLE_NAME verse
#define TABLE_KEY union kjvcite
#define TABLE_UINT uint32_t
#define TABLE_VALUE unsigned /* Count words. */
#define TABLE_UNHASH
#define TABLE_DEFAULT 0
#define TABLE_TO_STRING
#include "../src/table.h"
/* Parse filename of books. */
/*!re2c /**/
re2c:yyfill:enable = 0;
re2c:define:YYCTYPE = char;
natural = [1-9][0-9]*;
whitespace = [ \t\v\f];
word = [^ \t\v\f\n\x00]+;
*/
/** `fn` contains "<number>[*].txt", sticks that in `book_no`, otherwise
returns false. */
static int looks_like_book_fn(const char *fn, unsigned *const book_no) {
const char *YYCURSOR = fn, *YYMARKER, *yyt1, *yyt2, *s0, *s1;
assert(fn && book_no);
/*!re2c /**/
*
{ return 0; }
@s0 natural @s1 [^.\x00]* ".txt" "\x00"
{ return pair_to_natural(s0, s1, book_no); }
*/
}
/* This is the contents of the <fn:looks_like_book_fn>. */
struct lex {
size_t line;
const char *cursor;
int error;
uint32_t chapter, verse, words;
};
static struct lex lex(const char *cursor) {
struct lex lex;
assert(cursor);
lex.line = 1;
lex.cursor = cursor;
lex.error = 0;
lex.chapter = lex.verse = lex.words = 0;
return lex;
}
/*!conditions:re2c*/
static int lex_next_verse(struct lex *const lex) {
const char *YYMARKER, *yyt1 = 0, *yyt2 = 0, *s0, *s1, *t0, *t1;
enum YYCONDTYPE condition = yycline;
/*!re2c /**/
re2c:define:YYCURSOR = lex->cursor;
re2c:define:YYGETCONDITION = "condition";
re2c:define:YYSETCONDITION = "condition = @@;";
re2c:define:YYGETCONDITION:naked = 1;
re2c:define:YYSETCONDITION:naked = 1; */
assert(lex && lex->cursor);
lex->error = 0;
scan:
/*!re2c /**/
<*> * { return errno = EILSEQ, lex->error = 1, 0; }
<line> [^[\]\n\x00]* "\n" { lex->line++; goto scan; }
<line> "\x00" { return 0; }
<line> "[" @s0 natural @s1 ":" @t0 natural @t1 "]" => verse {
if(!pair_to_natural(s0, s1, &lex->chapter)
|| !pair_to_natural(t0, t1, &lex->verse))
return errno = EILSEQ, lex->error = 1, 0;
lex->words = 0;
/*printf("%u:%u", lex->chapter, lex->verse);*/
goto scan;
}
<verse> whitespace+ { goto scan; }
<verse> @s0 word @s1 { lex->words++; goto scan; }
<verse> "\n" { /*printf(" -> %u\n", lex->words);*/ lex->line++; return 1; }
*/
}
static void kjvline_to_string(const union line64 line, const struct kjvrange *u,
char (*const a)[12]) { (void)u; date32_to_string(line.date, a); }
static int kjvline_compare(const union line64 a, const union line64 b)
{ return a.u64 > b.u64; }
#define TREE_NAME kjvline
#define TREE_KEY union line64
#define TREE_VALUE struct kjvrange
#define TREE_COMPARE
#define TREE_TO_STRING
#include "../src/tree.h"
#define PROTO
#include "../src/kjv.h" /* Just the kjv and prototypes. */
#include "../src/kjv.h" /* proto */
/** Frees `kjv`. */
void kjv_(struct kjv *const kjv) {
if(!kjv) return;
kjvset_table_(&kjv->set);
verse_table_(&kjv->verses);
/*!conditions:re2c*/
static int scan(union date32 date, const char *const buffer,
struct kjvline_tree *const lines) {
const char *YYCURSOR, *YYMARKER, *yyt1, *yyt2, *yyt3, *s0, *s1, *t0, *t1;
enum kjv_book book = Revelation;
uint32_t chapter = 0, verse = 0, verse_end = 0;
enum YYCONDTYPE condition = yycline;
size_t line = 1;
const char *why = "unexpected";
assert(buffer && lines);
YYCURSOR = YYMARKER = yyt1 = buffer;
/*!re2c /**/
re2c:define:YYCTYPE = char;
re2c:yyfill:enable = 0;
re2c:define:YYGETCONDITION = "condition";
re2c:define:YYSETCONDITION = "condition = @@;";
re2c:define:YYGETCONDITION:naked = 1;
re2c:define:YYSETCONDITION:naked = 1;
unix_control = [\x01-\x08\x0b-\x1f\x7f];
ws = [ \t];
glyph = [^] \ ("\x00" | "\n" | unix_control | ws);
natural = [1-9][0-9]*;
engage = ws+ "--" ws+;
/* (natural ":")? Don't use for memorizing and use for reading, I think? */
/*("``"|"\"") This is not in the next book. */
lookat = ws* natural ":" natural [ab]? ("-" natural [ab]?)? engage;
first = ("I" | "1") " "?;
second = ("II" | "2") " "?;
third = ("III" | "3") " "?;
*/
for( ; ; ) { /*!re2c /**/
/* Default ignore. */
<skip> [^\n\x00] { continue; }
<skip> "\x00" { why = "no newline at end of file"; goto catch; }
<line> "\x00" { return 1; }
<line, skip> "\n" => line { line++; continue; }
<line> * :=> skip
/* Books. */
<line> "Genesis" / lookat => book { book = Genesis; continue; }
<line> "Exodus" / lookat => book { book = Exodus; continue; }
<line> "Leviticus" / lookat => book { book = Leviticus; continue; }
<line> "Numbers" / lookat => book { book = Numbers; continue; }
<line> "Deuteronomy" / lookat => book { book = Deuteronomy; continue; }
<line> "Joshua" / lookat => book { book = Joshua; continue; }
<line> "Judges" / lookat => book { book = Judges; continue; }
<line> "Ruth" / lookat => book { book = Ruth; continue; }
<line> first "Samuel" / lookat => book { book = ISamuel; continue; }
<line> second "Samuel" / lookat => book { book = IISamuel; continue; }
<line> first "Kings" / lookat => book { book = IKings; continue; }
<line> second "Kings" / lookat => book { book = IIKings; continue; }
<line> first "Chronicles" / lookat
=> book { book = IChronicles; continue; }
<line> second "Chronicles" / lookat
=> book { book = IIChronicles; continue; }
<line> "Ezra" / lookat => book { book = Ezra; continue; }
<line> "Nehemiah" / lookat => book { book = Nehemiah; continue; }
<line> "Esther" / lookat => book { book = Esther; continue; }
<line> "Job" / lookat => book { book = Job; continue; }
<line> "Psalms" / lookat => book { book = Psalms; continue; }
<line> "Proverbs" / lookat => book { book = Proverbs; continue; }
<line> "Ecclesiastes" / lookat
=> book { book = Ecclesiastes; continue; }
<line> "Song of Solomon" / lookat
=> book { book = Song_of_Solomon; continue; }
<line> "Isaiah" / lookat => book { book = Isaiah; continue; }
<line> "Jeremiah" / lookat => book { book = Jeremiah; continue; }
<line> "Lamentations" / lookat
=> book { book = Lamentations; continue; }
<line> "Ezekiel" / lookat => book { book = Ezekiel; continue; }
<line> "Daniel" / lookat => book { book = Daniel; continue; }
<line> "Hosea" / lookat => book { book = Hosea; continue; }
<line> "Joel" / lookat => book { book = Joel; continue; }
<line> "Amos" / lookat => book { book = Amos; continue; }
<line> "Obadiah" / lookat => book { book = Obadiah; continue; }
<line> "Jonah" / lookat => book { book = Jonah; continue; }
<line> "Micah" / lookat => book { book = Micah; continue; }
<line> "Nahum" / lookat => book { book = Nahum; continue; }
<line> "Habakkuk" / lookat => book { book = Habakkuk; continue; }
<line> "Zephaniah" / lookat => book { book = Zephaniah; continue; }
<line> "Haggai" / lookat => book { book = Haggai; continue; }
<line> "Zechariah" / lookat => book { book = Zechariah; continue; }
<line> "Malachi" / lookat => book { book = Malachi; continue; }
<line> "Matthew" / lookat => book { book = Matthew; continue; }
<line> "Mark" / lookat => book { book = Mark; continue; }
<line> "Luke" / lookat => book { book = Luke; continue; }
<line> "John" / lookat => book { book = John; continue; }
<line> "Acts" / lookat => book { book = Acts; continue; }
<line> "Romans" / lookat => book { book = Romans; continue; }
<line> first "Corinthians" / lookat
=> book { book = ICorinthians; continue; }
<line> second "Corinthians" / lookat
=> book { book = IICorinthians; continue; }
<line> "Galatians" / lookat => book { book = Galatians; continue; }
<line> "Ephesians" / lookat => book { book = Ephesians; continue; }
<line> "Philippians" / lookat => book { book = Philippians; continue; }
<line> "Colossians" / lookat => book { book = Colossians; continue; }
<line> first "Thessalonians" / lookat
=> book { book = IThessalonians; continue; }
<line> second "Thessalonians" / lookat
=> book { book = IIThessalonians; continue; }
<line> first "Timothy" / lookat => book { book = ITimothy; continue; }
<line> second "Timothy" / lookat => book { book = IITimothy; continue; }
<line> "Titus" / lookat => book { book = Titus; continue; }
<line> "Philemon" / lookat => book { book = Philemon; continue; }
<line> "Hebrews" / lookat => book { book = Hebrews; continue; }
<line> "James" / lookat => book { book = James; continue; }
<line> first "Peter" / lookat => book { book = IPeter; continue; }
<line> second "Peter" / lookat => book { book = IIPeter; continue; }
<line> first "John" / lookat => book { book = IJohn; continue; }
<line> second "John" / lookat => book { book = IIJohn; continue; }
<line> third "John" / lookat => book { book = IIIJohn; continue; }
<line> "Jude" / lookat => book { book = Jude; continue; }
<line> "Revelation" / lookat => book { book = Revelation; continue; }
/* Extract further information. */
<book> * { why = "default unrecognized"; goto catch; }
/* 19:15a, just ignore the a. */
<book> ws+ @s0 natural @s1 ":" @t0 natural @t1 [ab]? {
if(chapter || verse || verse_end)
{ why = "reference unrecognized"; goto catch; }
if(!pair_to_natural(s0, s1, &chapter)
|| !pair_to_natural(t0, t1, &verse))
{ why = "reference numerical error"; goto catch; }
continue;
}
<book> "-" @s0 natural @s1 [ab]? { /* Verse range. */
if(!chapter || !verse || verse_end)
{ why = "range unrecognized"; goto catch; }
if(!pair_to_natural(s0, s1, &verse_end))
{ why = "range numerical error"; goto catch; }
continue;
}
<book> engage => skip {
if(!chapter || !verse) { why = "missing information"; goto catch; }
if(verse_end && verse_end <= verse)
{ why = "interval error"; goto catch; } /* 0 or valid. */
const union line64 key
= {{ (uint32_t)line, {{ date.day, date.month, date.year }} }};
struct kjvrange *value;
switch(kjvline_tree_try(lines, key, &value)) {
case TREE_PRESENT: why = "duplicate key";
case TREE_ERROR: goto catch;
case TREE_ABSENT:
value->start.book = book;
value->start.chapter = chapter;
value->start.verse = verse;
value->verse_end = verse_end;
break;
}
book = Revelation, chapter = 0, verse = 0, verse_end = 0;
continue;
}
*/ }
assert(0); /* Never gets here. */
catch:
if(!errno) errno = EILSEQ;
{
char datestr[12];
date32_to_string(date, &datestr);
fprintf(stderr, "%s\n"
"%s line %zu: %s.\n", buffer, datestr, line, why);
}
return 0;
}
/** Loads 66 files from the "kjv/" directory. Prints out something if it
doesn't work, but does not call `perror` or reset `errno`. Use
<fn:kjv_is_valid> to tell. */
struct kjv kjv(void) {
const char *const dir_kjv = "kjv";
struct text backing = text();
struct kjv kjv = { 0 };
DIR *dir = 0;
struct dirent *de = 0;
struct { size_t offset; int is; } build[KJV_BOOK_SIZE] = { 0 };
enum kjv_book b = 0;
int is_in_kjv = 0;
void kjv_line_(struct kjvline_tree *const f) { kjvline_tree_(f); }
/* For all files in directory KJV with <#>*.txt, read into backing. */
if(chdir(dir_kjv) == -1 || (is_in_kjv = 1, !(dir = opendir("."))))
goto catch;
while((de = readdir(dir))) {
unsigned ordinal;
char *unstable_backing;
if(!looks_like_book_fn(de->d_name, &ordinal)) continue;
/*fprintf(stderr, "<%s> ordinal: %u\n", de->d_name, ordinal);*/
if(ordinal < 1 || ordinal > KJV_BOOK_SIZE)
{ errno = ERANGE; goto catch; } /* Not in range. */
if(build[b = ordinal - 1].is) /* Convert to zero-based. */
{ errno = EDOM; goto catch; } /* Is duplicate. */
if(!(unstable_backing = text_append_file(&backing, de->d_name)))
goto catch;
build[b].is = 1;
build[b].offset = (size_t)(unstable_backing - backing.a.data);
}
if(closedir(dir) == -1) { dir = 0; goto catch; } dir = 0;
/* Now backing is stable; count all the words for each verse. */
for(b = 0; b < KJV_BOOK_SIZE; b++) {
struct lex x;
if(!build[b].is) { fprintf(stderr, "Missing book [%u]%s.\n",
b + 1, kjv_book_string[b]); errno = EDOM; goto catch; }
x = lex(backing.a.data + build[b].offset);
while(lex_next_verse(&x)) {
const union kjvcite cite
= { .book = b, .chapter = x.chapter, .verse = x.verse };
unsigned *words;
switch(verse_table_assign(&kjv.verses, cite, &words)) {
case TABLE_PRESENT: fprintf(stderr, "[%u]%s %u:%u duplicated.\n",
b + 1, kjv_book_string[b], x.chapter, x.verse); errno = EDOM;
case TABLE_ERROR: goto catch;
case TABLE_ABSENT: break;
}
*words = x.words, kjv.words.total += x.words;
}
if(x.error) { fprintf(stderr, "[%u]%s on line %zu\n",
b + 1, kjv_book_string[b], x.line); goto catch; }
}
struct kjvline_tree kjv_line(struct journal *const j) {
struct kjvline_tree lines;
struct journal_iterator it;
union date32 date;
const char *text;
assert(j);
lines = kjvline_tree();
it = journal_iterator(j);
while(journal_next(&it, &date, &text))
if(!scan(date, text, &lines)) goto catch;
goto finally;
catch:
if(de) fprintf(stderr, "While reading %s/%s.\n", dir_kjv, de->d_name);
else fprintf(stderr, "In directory %s/.\n", dir_kjv);
recatch:
kjv_(&kjv);
kjv_line_(&lines);
finally:
if(dir) { if(closedir(dir)) { dir = 0; goto recatch; } dir = 0; }
if(is_in_kjv && (is_in_kjv = 0, chdir("..") == -1)) goto recatch;
text_(&backing);
return kjv;
return lines;
}
/** Has loaded properly? Otherwise, probably `errno` is set. */
int kjv_is_empty(const struct kjv *const kjv)
{ return !kjv || !kjv->verses.buckets; }
int kjv_line_is_empty(const struct kjvline_tree *const lines)
{ return !lines || !lines->root.node; }
/** Adds `cite` to `kjv` if not present. Only used in test.
@return Is the kjv still valid. */
int kjv_add(struct kjv *const kjv, const union kjvcite cite) {
if(!kjv) return 0;
kjv->words.verse = verse_table_get(&kjv->verses, cite);
kjv->words.cumulative += kjv->words.verse;
switch(kjvset_table_try(&kjv->set, cite)) {
case TABLE_ERROR: return 0;
case TABLE_ABSENT: kjv->words.set += kjv->words.verse; /* Sic. */
case TABLE_PRESENT: break;
}
const char *kjv_line_to_string(const struct kjvline_tree *const kl)
{ return kjvline_tree_to_string(kl); }
struct kjvline_tree_iterator kjv_line_iterator(struct kjvline_tree *const kl)
{ return kjvline_tree_iterator(kl); }
int kjv_line_next(struct kjvline_tree_iterator *const it, union line64 *const k,
const struct kjvrange **const v) {
assert(it && k && v);
if(!kjvline_tree_next(it)) return 0;
*k = kjvline_tree_key(it);
*v = kjvline_tree_value(it);
return 1;
}
const char *kjv_to_string(const struct kjv *const kjv)
{ return kjv ? verse_table_to_string(&kjv->verses) : ""; }
const char *kjv_set_to_string(const struct kjv *const kjv)
{ return kjv ? kjvset_table_to_string(&kjv->set) : 0; }
#if 0
char citestr[12], datestr[12];
const struct source *src = source_lookup(&s, line);
assert(src); if(!src->name.a) { errno = EDOM; goto catch; }
kjvcite_to_string(cite, &citestr);
for( ; ; cite.verse++) {
if(!kjv_add(kj, cite)) return 0;
if(!verse_end || verse_end <= cite.verse) break;
}
date32_to_string(date, &datestr);
printf("%s\t%zu\t%zu\t%zu\t# ",
datestr, kj->words.verse, kj->words.set, kj->words.cumulative);
if(verse_end) {
printf("%s-%" PRIu32 "\n", citestr, verse_end);
} else {
printf("%s\n", citestr);
}
#endif
int main(void) {
int success = EXIT_SUCCESS;
const char *reason = "unknown";
errno = 0;
struct kjvcount count = kjvcount();
if(kjvcount_is_empty(&count)) { reason = "kjv failed to load"; goto catch; }
struct journal j = journal();
if(journal_is_empty(&j)) { reason = "journal failed to load"; goto catch; }
fprintf(stderr, "Journal: %s.\n", journal_to_string(&j));
struct kjvline_tree lines = kjv_line(&j);
if(kjv_line_is_empty(&lines)) { reason = "parsing failed"; goto catch; }
fprintf(stderr, "Lines: %s.\n", kjv_line_to_string(&lines));
struct journal_iterator it;
union date32 k;
const char *v;
printf("set term postscript eps enhanced\n"
"set output \"kjv.eps\"\n"
"$Data <<EOD\n"
"# date\tverse\tset\tcumulative / %zu\n", count.words.total);
it = journal_iterator(&j);
while(journal_next(&it, &k, &v)) if(!scan(k, v, &lines)) goto catch;
printf("EOD\n"
"set monochrome\n"
"set xdata time\n"
"set timefmt \"%%Y-%%m-%%d\"\n"
"set xtics format \"%%Y-%%m-%%d\" rotate by -30\n"
"set ylabel \"words in KJV\"\n"
"set format y \"%%g%%%%\"\n"
"set key top left\n"
"set grid\n"
"unset border\n"
"#set style fill solid 0.1 #pattern 5 (better, but restarts)\n"
"plot $Data using 1:($3)*100/%zu with fillsteps lw 2 title \"set\", \\\n"
"$Data using 1:($4)*100/%zu with steps lw 1 title \"cumulative\"\n",
count.words.total, count.words.total);
goto finally;
catch:
success = EXIT_FAILURE;
perror("journal");
fprintf(stderr, "Details: %s.\n", reason);
finally:
kjv_line_(&lines);
kjvcount_(&count);
journal_(&j);
return success;
}

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#if defined BASE \
|| !defined BASE && !defined PRIVATE && !defined PROTO /* <!-- base */
#define BOOKS \
X(Genesis),\
X(Exodus),\
X(Leviticus),\
X(Numbers),\
X(Deuteronomy),\
X(Joshua),\
X(Judges),\
X(Ruth),\
X(ISamuel),\
X(IISamuel),\
X(IKings),\
X(IIKings),\
X(IChronicles),\
X(IIChronicles),\
X(Ezra),\
X(Nehemiah),\
X(Esther),\
X(Job),\
X(Psalms),\
X(Proverbs),\
X(Ecclesiastes),\
X(Song_of_Solomon),\
X(Isaiah),\
X(Jeremiah),\
X(Lamentations),\
X(Ezekiel),\
X(Daniel),\
X(Hosea),\
X(Joel),\
X(Amos),\
X(Obadiah),\
X(Jonah),\
X(Micah),\
X(Nahum),\
X(Habakkuk),\
X(Zephaniah),\
X(Haggai),\
X(Zechariah),\
X(Malachi),\
\
X(Matthew),\
X(Mark),\
X(Luke),\
X(John),\
X(Acts),\
X(Romans),\
X(ICorinthians),\
X(IICorinthians),\
X(Galatians),\
X(Ephesians),\
X(Philippians),\
X(Colossians),\
X(IThessalonians),\
X(IIThessalonians),\
X(ITimothy),\
X(IITimothy),\
X(Titus),\
X(Philemon),\
X(Hebrews),\
X(James),\
X(IPeter),\
X(IIPeter),\
X(IJohn),\
X(IIJohn),\
X(IIIJohn),\
X(Jude),\
X(Revelation),\
X(KJV_BOOK_SIZE)
#define X(book) book
enum kjv_book { BOOKS };
#undef X
#define X(book) #book
static const char *kjv_book_string[] = { BOOKS };
#undef X
#undef BOOKS
#include <stdint.h> /* C99 */
union kjvcite {
struct { uint32_t verse : 12, chapter : 13, book : 7; }; /* C11, reverse */
uint32_t u32;
};
struct kjvrange { union kjvcite start; uint32_t verse_end; };
void kjvcite_to_string(const union kjvcite, char (*)[12]);
#endif /* base --> */
#if defined PRIVATE \
|| !defined BASE && !defined PRIVATE && !defined PROTO /* <!-- private */
struct table_kjvset_bucket;
struct kjvset_table {
struct table_kjvset_bucket *buckets;
uint32_t log_capacity, size, top;
};
struct table_count_bucket;
struct count_table {
struct table_count_bucket *buckets;
uint32_t log_capacity, size, top;
};
#endif /* private --> */
#if defined PROTO \
|| !defined BASE && !defined PRIVATE && !defined PROTO /* <!-- proto */
#include <stddef.h>
struct kjvcount {
struct count_table verses;
struct { size_t total, cumulative, set; } words;
};
void kjvcount_(struct kjvcount *);
struct kjvcount kjvcount(void);
int kjvcount_is_empty(const struct kjvcount *);
const char *kjvcount_to_string(const struct kjvcount *);
struct kjvset_table kjv_set(void);
void kjv_set_(struct kjvset_table *);
int kjv_set_add(struct kjvset_table *const set,
struct kjvcount *const count, const union kjvcite cite);
const char *kjv_set_to_string(const struct kjvset_table *);
#endif /* proto --> */
#ifdef BASE
#undef BASE
#endif
#ifdef PRIVATE
#undef PRIVATE
#endif
#ifdef PROTO
#undef PROTO
#endif

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/** Run with a `kjv` sub-directory. Two functionaries: counts all words from
verses <https://github.com/scrollmapper/bible_databases/master/txt/KJV/>
dynamically and puts them into an unchanging `kjvcount_table` on initialisation.
Then has a set to each of the verses, `kjvset`, which starts off empty.
@license 2022 Neil Edelman, distributed under the terms of the
[MIT License](https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT). Uses the KJV at
[bible databases](https://github.com/scrollmapper/bible_databases/tree/master),
"All included Bible translations are in the public domain."
@std C11 */
#define BASE
#include "../src/kjvcount.h"
#include "../src/text.h"
#include "../src/pair.h"
#include <inttypes.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <assert.h>
#include <dirent.h> /* opendir readdir closedir */
#include <unistd.h> /* chdir (POSIX) (because I'm lazy) */
/* #include <cmph.h> No; overkill. */
void kjvcite_to_string(const union kjvcite x, char (*const a)[12])
{ sprintf(*a, "%.4s%" PRIu32 ":%" PRIu32,
kjv_book_string[x.book < KJV_BOOK_SIZE ? x.book : KJV_BOOK_SIZE],
x.chapter % 1000, x.verse % 1000); }
/* Reversible hash map. */
/** <https://nullprogram.com/blog/2018/07/31/>
<https://github.com/skeeto/hash-prospector> on `x`. */
static uint32_t lowbias32(uint32_t x) {
x ^= x >> 16;
x *= 0x7feb352dU;
x ^= x >> 15;
x *= 0x846ca68bU;
x ^= x >> 16;
return x;
}
/* Inverts `x`. */
static uint32_t lowbias32_r(uint32_t x) {
x ^= x >> 16;
x *= 0x43021123U;
x ^= x >> 15 ^ x >> 30;
x *= 0x1d69e2a5U;
x ^= x >> 16;
return x;
}
/* Set of verses. */
static uint32_t kjvset_hash(const union kjvcite x) { return lowbias32(x.u32); }
static union kjvcite kjvset_unhash(const uint32_t x)
{ union kjvcite k; k.u32 = lowbias32_r(x); return k; }
static void kjvset_to_string(const union kjvcite x, char (*const a)[12])
{ kjvcite_to_string(x, a); }
#define TABLE_NAME kjvset
#define TABLE_KEY union kjvcite
#define TABLE_UINT uint32_t
#define TABLE_UNHASH
#define TABLE_TO_STRING
#include "../src/table.h"
/* Derived information on verse word count. */
static uint32_t count_hash(const union kjvcite x) { return kjvset_hash(x); }
static union kjvcite count_unhash(const uint32_t x) { return kjvset_unhash(x); }
static void count_to_string(const union kjvcite x, const unsigned count,
char (*const a)[12]) { (void)count; kjvset_to_string(x, a); }
#define TABLE_NAME count
#define TABLE_KEY union kjvcite
#define TABLE_UINT uint32_t
#define TABLE_VALUE unsigned /* Count words. */
#define TABLE_UNHASH
#define TABLE_DEFAULT 0
#define TABLE_TO_STRING
#include "../src/table.h"
/* Parse filename of books. */
/*!re2c /**/
re2c:yyfill:enable = 0;
re2c:define:YYCTYPE = char;
natural = [1-9][0-9]*;
whitespace = [ \t\v\f];
word = [^ \t\v\f\n\x00]+;
*/
/** `fn` contains "<number>[*].txt", sticks that in `book_no`, otherwise
returns false. */
static int looks_like_book_fn(const char *fn, unsigned *const book_no) {
const char *YYCURSOR = fn, *YYMARKER, *yyt1, *yyt2, *s0, *s1;
assert(fn && book_no);
/*!re2c /**/
*
{ return 0; }
@s0 natural @s1 [^.\x00]* ".txt" "\x00"
{ return pair_to_natural(s0, s1, book_no); }
*/
}
/* This is the contents of the <fn:looks_like_book_fn>. */
struct lex {
size_t line;
const char *cursor;
int error;
uint32_t chapter, verse, words;
};
static struct lex lex(const char *cursor) {
struct lex lex;
assert(cursor);
lex.line = 1;
lex.cursor = cursor;
lex.error = 0;
lex.chapter = lex.verse = lex.words = 0;
return lex;
}
/*!conditions:re2c*/
static int lex_next_verse(struct lex *const lex) {
const char *YYMARKER, *yyt1 = 0, *yyt2 = 0, *s0, *s1, *t0, *t1;
enum YYCONDTYPE condition = yycline;
/*!re2c /**/
re2c:define:YYCURSOR = lex->cursor;
re2c:define:YYGETCONDITION = "condition";
re2c:define:YYSETCONDITION = "condition = @@;";
re2c:define:YYGETCONDITION:naked = 1;
re2c:define:YYSETCONDITION:naked = 1; */
assert(lex && lex->cursor);
lex->error = 0;
scan:
/*!re2c /**/
<*> * { return errno = EILSEQ, lex->error = 1, 0; }
<line> [^[\]\n\x00]* "\n" { lex->line++; goto scan; }
<line> "\x00" { return 0; }
<line> "[" @s0 natural @s1 ":" @t0 natural @t1 "]" => verse {
if(!pair_to_natural(s0, s1, &lex->chapter)
|| !pair_to_natural(t0, t1, &lex->verse))
return errno = EILSEQ, lex->error = 1, 0;
lex->words = 0;
/*printf("%u:%u", lex->chapter, lex->verse);*/
goto scan;
}
<verse> whitespace+ { goto scan; }
<verse> @s0 word @s1 { lex->words++; goto scan; }
<verse> "\n" { /*printf(" -> %u\n", lex->words);*/ lex->line++; return 1; }
*/
}
#define PROTO
#include "../src/kjvcount.h" /* Just the kjv and prototypes. */
/** Frees `kjv`. */
void kjvcount_(struct kjvcount *const count) {
if(!count) return;
count_table_(&count->verses);
count->words.total = count->words.cumulative = count->words.set = 0;
}
/** Loads 66 files from the "kjv/" directory. Prints out something if it
doesn't work, but does not call `perror` or reset `errno`. Use
<fn:kjvcount_is_empty> to tell. */
struct kjvcount kjvcount(void) {
const char *const dir_kjv = "kjv";
struct text backing = text();
struct kjvcount count = {0};
DIR *dir = 0;
struct dirent *de = 0;
struct { size_t offset; int is; } build[KJV_BOOK_SIZE] = { 0 };
enum kjv_book b = 0;
int is_in_kjv = 0;
/* For all files in directory KJV with <#>*.txt, read into backing. */
if(chdir(dir_kjv) == -1 || (is_in_kjv = 1, !(dir = opendir("."))))
goto catch;
while((de = readdir(dir))) {
unsigned ordinal;
char *unstable_backing;
if(!looks_like_book_fn(de->d_name, &ordinal)) continue;
/*fprintf(stderr, "<%s> ordinal: %u\n", de->d_name, ordinal);*/
if(ordinal < 1 || ordinal > KJV_BOOK_SIZE)
{ errno = ERANGE; goto catch; } /* Not in range. */
if(build[b = ordinal - 1].is) /* Convert to zero-based. */
{ errno = EDOM; goto catch; } /* Is duplicate. */
if(!(unstable_backing = text_append_file(&backing, de->d_name)))
goto catch;
build[b].is = 1;
build[b].offset = (size_t)(unstable_backing - backing.a.data);
}
if(closedir(dir) == -1) { dir = 0; goto catch; } dir = 0;
/* Now backing is stable; count all the words for each verse. */
for(b = 0; b < KJV_BOOK_SIZE; b++) {
struct lex x;
if(!build[b].is) { fprintf(stderr, "Missing book [%u]%s.\n",
b + 1, kjv_book_string[b]); errno = EDOM; goto catch; }
x = lex(backing.a.data + build[b].offset);
while(lex_next_verse(&x)) {
const union kjvcite cite
= { .book = b, .chapter = x.chapter, .verse = x.verse };
unsigned *words;
switch(count_table_assign(&count.verses, cite, &words)) {
case TABLE_PRESENT: fprintf(stderr, "[%u]%s %u:%u duplicated.\n",
b + 1, kjv_book_string[b], x.chapter, x.verse); errno = EDOM;
case TABLE_ERROR: goto catch;
case TABLE_ABSENT: break;
}
*words = x.words, count.words.total += x.words;
}
if(x.error) { fprintf(stderr, "[%u]%s on line %zu\n",
b + 1, kjv_book_string[b], x.line); goto catch; }
}
goto finally;
catch:
if(de) fprintf(stderr, "While reading %s/%s.\n", dir_kjv, de->d_name);
else fprintf(stderr, "In directory %s/.\n", dir_kjv);
recatch:
kjvcount_(&count);
finally:
if(dir) { if(closedir(dir)) { dir = 0; goto recatch; } dir = 0; }
if(is_in_kjv && (is_in_kjv = 0, chdir("..") == -1)) goto recatch;
text_(&backing);
return count;
}
/** Has loaded properly? Otherwise, probably `errno` is set. */
int kjvcount_is_empty(const struct kjvcount *const kjv)
{ return !kjv || !kjv->verses.buckets; }
const char *kjvcount_to_string(const struct kjvcount *const count)
{ return count ? count_table_to_string(&count->verses) : ""; }
struct kjvset_table kjv_set(void) { return kjvset_table(); }
void kjv_set_(struct kjvset_table *const set) { kjvset_table_(set); }
const char *kjv_set_to_string(const struct kjvset_table *const set)
{ return set ? kjvset_table_to_string(set) : 0; }
/** Adds `cite` to `kjv` if not present. Only used in test.
@return Is the kjv still valid. */
int kjv_set_add(struct kjvset_table *const set,
struct kjvcount *const count, const union kjvcite cite) {
size_t no_verse;
if(!set || !count) return 0;
no_verse = count_table_get(&count->verses, cite);
count->words.cumulative += no_verse;
switch(kjvset_table_try(set, cite)) {
case TABLE_ERROR: return 0;
case TABLE_ABSENT: count->words.set += no_verse; /* Sic. */
case TABLE_PRESENT: break;
}
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/** @license 2022 Neil Edelman, distributed under the terms of the
[MIT License](https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT).
Scan journal entries for kjv references. */
#include "../src/journal.h"
#include "../src/kjv.h"
#include "../src/pair.h"
#include <inttypes.h> /* C99 */
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <assert.h>
#include <limits.h>
/* Callback is stupid; separate into tree with line and verse, and then more
processing. */
typedef int (*scan_callback)(struct kjv *, union line64, union kjvcite,
uint32_t);
/*!conditions:re2c*/
static int scan(union date32 date, const char *const buffer,
const scan_callback callback, struct kjv *const kj) {
const char *YYCURSOR, *YYMARKER, *yyt1, *yyt2, *yyt3, *s0, *s1, *t0, *t1;
enum kjv_book book = Revelation;
uint32_t chapter = 0, verse = 0, verse_end = 0;
enum YYCONDTYPE condition = yycline;
size_t line = 1;
const char *why = "unexpected";
assert(buffer && kj);
YYCURSOR = YYMARKER = yyt1 = buffer;
/*!re2c /**/
re2c:define:YYCTYPE = char;
re2c:yyfill:enable = 0;
re2c:define:YYGETCONDITION = "condition";
re2c:define:YYSETCONDITION = "condition = @@;";
re2c:define:YYGETCONDITION:naked = 1;
re2c:define:YYSETCONDITION:naked = 1;
unix_control = [\x01-\x08\x0b-\x1f\x7f];
ws = [ \t];
glyph = [^] \ ("\x00" | "\n" | unix_control | ws);
natural = [1-9][0-9]*;
engage = ws+ "--" ws+;
/* (natural ":")? Don't use for memorizing and use for reading, I think? */
/*("``"|"\"") This is not in the next book. */
lookat = ws* natural ":" natural [ab]? ("-" natural [ab]?)? engage;
first = ("I" | "1") " "?;
second = ("II" | "2") " "?;
third = ("III" | "3") " "?;
*/
for( ; ; ) { /*!re2c /**/
/* Default ignore. */
<skip> [^\n\x00] { continue; }
<skip> "\x00" { why = "no newline at end of file"; goto catch; }
<line> "\x00" { return 1; }
<line, skip> "\n" => line { line++; continue; }
<line> * :=> skip
/* Books. */
<line> "Genesis" / lookat => book { book = Genesis; continue; }
<line> "Exodus" / lookat => book { book = Exodus; continue; }
<line> "Leviticus" / lookat => book { book = Leviticus; continue; }
<line> "Numbers" / lookat => book { book = Numbers; continue; }
<line> "Deuteronomy" / lookat => book { book = Deuteronomy; continue; }
<line> "Joshua" / lookat => book { book = Joshua; continue; }
<line> "Judges" / lookat => book { book = Judges; continue; }
<line> "Ruth" / lookat => book { book = Ruth; continue; }
<line> first "Samuel" / lookat => book { book = ISamuel; continue; }
<line> second "Samuel" / lookat => book { book = IISamuel; continue; }
<line> first "Kings" / lookat => book { book = IKings; continue; }
<line> second "Kings" / lookat => book { book = IIKings; continue; }
<line> first "Chronicles" / lookat
=> book { book = IChronicles; continue; }
<line> second "Chronicles" / lookat
=> book { book = IIChronicles; continue; }
<line> "Ezra" / lookat => book { book = Ezra; continue; }
<line> "Nehemiah" / lookat => book { book = Nehemiah; continue; }
<line> "Esther" / lookat => book { book = Esther; continue; }
<line> "Job" / lookat => book { book = Job; continue; }
<line> "Psalms" / lookat => book { book = Psalms; continue; }
<line> "Proverbs" / lookat => book { book = Proverbs; continue; }
<line> "Ecclesiastes" / lookat
=> book { book = Ecclesiastes; continue; }
<line> "Song of Solomon" / lookat
=> book { book = Song_of_Solomon; continue; }
<line> "Isaiah" / lookat => book { book = Isaiah; continue; }
<line> "Jeremiah" / lookat => book { book = Jeremiah; continue; }
<line> "Lamentations" / lookat
=> book { book = Lamentations; continue; }
<line> "Ezekiel" / lookat => book { book = Ezekiel; continue; }
<line> "Daniel" / lookat => book { book = Daniel; continue; }
<line> "Hosea" / lookat => book { book = Hosea; continue; }
<line> "Joel" / lookat => book { book = Joel; continue; }
<line> "Amos" / lookat => book { book = Amos; continue; }
<line> "Obadiah" / lookat => book { book = Obadiah; continue; }
<line> "Jonah" / lookat => book { book = Jonah; continue; }
<line> "Micah" / lookat => book { book = Micah; continue; }
<line> "Nahum" / lookat => book { book = Nahum; continue; }
<line> "Habakkuk" / lookat => book { book = Habakkuk; continue; }
<line> "Zephaniah" / lookat => book { book = Zephaniah; continue; }
<line> "Haggai" / lookat => book { book = Haggai; continue; }
<line> "Zechariah" / lookat => book { book = Zechariah; continue; }
<line> "Malachi" / lookat => book { book = Malachi; continue; }
<line> "Matthew" / lookat => book { book = Matthew; continue; }
<line> "Mark" / lookat => book { book = Mark; continue; }
<line> "Luke" / lookat => book { book = Luke; continue; }
<line> "John" / lookat => book { book = John