Qore Programming Language Reference Manual  0.8.12.9
Qore Namespace Reference

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Namespaces

 Err
 Qore::Err namespace.
 
 Option
 Qore::Option namespace.
 
 SQL
 Qore::SQL namespace.
 
 Thread
 Qore::Thread namespace.
 
 Type
 Qore::Type namespace.
 

Classes

class  AbstractBidirectionalIterator
 This class defines an abstract interface for bidirectional iterators. More...
 
class  AbstractIterator
 This class defines an abstract interface for iterators. More...
 
class  AbstractLineIterator
 This class defines an abstract interface for line iterators. More...
 
class  AbstractQuantifiedBidirectionalIterator
 This class defines an abstract interface for bidirectional iterators where the size of the object is known in advance. More...
 
class  AbstractQuantifiedIterator
 This class defines an abstract interface for iterators where the size of the object being iterated is known in advance. More...
 
class  BinaryInputStream
 This class implements the InputStream interface for reading bytes from a Binary variable. More...
 
class  BinaryOutputStream
 This class implements the OutputStream interface for writing bytes to a Binary buffer. More...
 
class  BufferedStreamReader
 This class defines a buffered stream reader for input streams. More...
 
class  DataLineIterator
 This class defines a line iterator for string data. More...
 
class  Dir
 This class implements directory handling, file listing, creating/removing subdirectories, etc. More...
 
class  EncodingConversionInputStream
 An InputStream implementation that performs on-the-fly conversion between two character encodings. More...
 
class  EncodingConversionOutputStream
 An OutputStream implementation that performs on-the-fly conversion between two character encodings. More...
 
class  File
 The File class allows Qore programs to read, write, and create files. More...
 
class  FileInputStream
 This class implements the InputStream interface for reading bytes from a file. More...
 
class  FileLineIterator
 This class defines a line iterator for text files. More...
 
class  FileOutputStream
 This class implements the OutputStream interface for writing bytes to a file. More...
 
class  FtpClient
 The FtpClient class allows Qore code to communicate with FTP servers with the FTP and FTPS protocols. More...
 
class  GetOpt
 The GetOpt class provides an easy way to process POSIX-style command-line options in Qore scripts/programs. More...
 
class  HashIterator
 This class an iterator class for hashes. More...
 
class  HashKeyIterator
 This class an iterator class for hashes. More...
 
class  HashKeyReverseIterator
 This class an iterator class for hashes. More...
 
class  HashListIterator
 This class an iterator class for hashes of lists as returned by Qore::SQL::Datasource::select() and Qore::SQL::DatasourcePool::select(), both of which return hashes with keys giving column names where the key values are lists of column values. More...
 
class  HashListReverseIterator
 This class a reverse iterator class for hashes of lists as returned by Qore::SQL::Datasource::select() and Qore::SQL::DatasourcePool::select(), both of which return hashes with keys giving column names where the key values are lists of column values. More...
 
class  HashPairIterator
 This class an iterator class for hashes. More...
 
class  HashPairReverseIterator
 This class an iterator class for hashes. More...
 
class  HashReverseIterator
 This class an iterator class for hashes. More...
 
class  HTTPClient
 The HTTPClient class can be used to communicate with HTTP servers with and without TLS/SSL encryption. More...
 
class  InputStream
 This class defines an abstract interface for input streams. More...
 
class  InputStreamLineIterator
 This class defines a line iterator for input streams. More...
 
class  ListHashIterator
 This class an iterator class for lists of hashes as returned by Qore::SQL::Datasource::selectRows() and Qore::SQL::DatasourcePool::selectRows(), both of which return lists of columns where each list entry is a hash of the current column values. More...
 
class  ListHashReverseIterator
 This class a reverse iterator class for lists of hashes as returned by Qore::SQL::Datasource::selectRows() and Qore::SQL::DatasourcePool::selectRows(), both of which return hashes with keys giving column names where the key values are lists of column values. More...
 
class  ListIterator
 This class an iterator class for lists. More...
 
class  ListReverseIterator
 This class an iterator class for lists. More...
 
class  ObjectIterator
 This class a basic iterator class for objects. More...
 
class  ObjectKeyIterator
 This class an iterator class for objectes. More...
 
class  ObjectKeyReverseIterator
 This class an iterator class for objects. More...
 
class  ObjectPairIterator
 This class an iterator class for objects. More...
 
class  ObjectPairReverseIterator
 This class an iterator class for objects. More...
 
class  ObjectReverseIterator
 This class an iterator class for objects. More...
 
class  OutputStream
 This class defines an abstract interface for output streams. More...
 
class  PipeInputStream
 This class is not intended to be instantiated directly, please see StreamPipe. More...
 
class  PipeOutputStream
 This class is not intended to be instantiated directly, please see StreamPipe. More...
 
class  Program
 Program objects allow Qore programs to support subprograms with the option to restrict capabilities, for example, to support user-defined logic for application actions. More...
 
class  RangeIterator
 This class defines a range-like iterator to be used to iterate numerical sequences. More...
 
class  ReadOnlyFile
 The ReadOnlyFile class allows Qore programs to read existing files. More...
 
class  SingleValueIterator
 This class defines a simple iterator to be used to iterate single values (or complex objects where no iterator has been implemented yet) More...
 
class  Socket
 The Socket class allows Qore programs safe access to network sockets. More...
 
class  SSLCertificate
 SSLCertificate objects allow Qore code to work with X.509 certificate data. More...
 
class  SSLPrivateKey
 This class implements a container for private key data. More...
 
class  StderrOutputStream
 This class implements the OutputStream interface for writing bytes to the standard output stream stderr. More...
 
class  StdoutOutputStream
 This class implements the OutputStream interface for writing bytes to the standard output stream stdout. More...
 
class  StreamPipe
 This class provides a pair of streams connected through a buffer. More...
 
class  StreamReader
 This class defines a stream reader for input streams. More...
 
class  StreamWriter
 This class defines a stream writer for output streams. More...
 
class  StringInputStream
 This class implements the InputStream interface for reading bytes from a String variable. More...
 
class  StringOutputStream
 This class implements the OutputStream interface for writing bytes to a String buffer. More...
 
class  TermIOS
 This class allows Qore scripts to get or set terminal settings on UNIX platforms. More...
 
class  TimeZone
 The TimeZone class provides access to time zone functionality. More...
 
class  Transform
 Marker interface for transformations usable in TransformOutputStream and TransformInputStream. More...
 
class  TransformInputStream
 This class implements the InputStream interface for reading bytes from another InputStream while applying a transformation. More...
 
class  TransformOutputStream
 This class implements the OutputStream interface for writing bytes to another OutputStream while applying a transformation. More...
 
class  TreeMap
 A container for efficient path prefix lookup. More...
 
class  <binary>
 Methods in this pseudo-class can be executed on binary values. More...
 
class  <bool>
 Methods in this pseudo-class can be executed on booling-point values. More...
 
class  <callref>
 Methods in this pseudo-class can be executed on call references. More...
 
class  <closure>
 Methods in this pseudo-class can be executed on closures. More...
 
class  <date>
 Methods in this pseudo-class can be executed on date/time value types. More...
 
class  <float>
 Methods in this pseudo-class can be executed on floating-point values. More...
 
class  <hash>
 Methods in this pseudo-class can be executed on hash values. More...
 
class  <int>
 Methods in this pseudo-class can be executed on integer values. More...
 
class  <list>
 Methods in this pseudo-class can be executed on lists. More...
 
class  <nothing>
 Methods in this pseudo-class can be executed on NOTHING. More...
 
class  <number>
 Methods in this pseudo-class can be executed on arbitrary precision number values. More...
 
class  <object>
 Methods in this pseudo-class can be executed on objects. More...
 
class  <string>
 Methods in this pseudo-class can be executed on strings. More...
 
class  <value>
 Methods in this pseudo-class are available to be executed on any value type (even NOTHING); this is the root class for all pseudo-classes. More...
 

Functions

RangeIterator xrange (int start, int stop, int step=1, any val)
 Returns a RangeIterator containing an arithmetic progression of integers. More...
 
RangeIterator xrange (int stop, any val)
 Returns a RangeIterator containing an arithmetic progression of integers with start = 0 and step = 1. More...
 
binary bunzip2_to_binary (binary bin)
 Uncompresses the given data with the bzip2 algorithm and returns the uncompressed data as a binary object. More...
 
nothing bunzip2_to_binary ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string bunzip2_to_string (binary bin, *string encoding)
 Uncompresses the given data with the bzip2 algorithm and returns the uncompressed data as a string. More...
 
nothing bunzip2_to_string ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
binary bzip2 (binary bin, softint level=BZ2_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION)
 Compresses the given data with the bzip2 algorithm and returns the compressed data as a binary. More...
 
binary bzip2 (string str, softint level=BZ2_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION)
 Compresses the given data with the bzip2 algorithm and returns the compressed data as a binary. More...
 
nothing bzip2 ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
binary compress (string str, int level=Z_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION)
 Performs zlib-based "deflate" data compression (RFC 1951) and returns a binary object of the compressed data. More...
 
binary compress (binary bin, int level=Z_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION)
 Performs zlib-based "deflate" data compression (RFC 1951) and returns a binary object of the compressed data. More...
 
nothing compress ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
binary gunzip_to_binary (binary bin)
 Performs zlib-based decompression of data compressed with the "gzip" algorithm (RFC 1952) and returns a binary object of the uncompressed data. More...
 
nothing gunzip_to_binary ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string gunzip_to_string (binary bin, *string encoding)
 Performs zlib-based decompression of data compressed with the "gzip" algorithm (RFC 1952) and returns a string of the uncompressed datas. More...
 
nothing gunzip_to_string ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
binary gzip (string str, int level=Z_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION)
 Performs zlib-based "gzip" data compression (RFC 1952) and returns a binary object of the compressed data. More...
 
binary gzip (binary bin, int level=Z_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION)
 Performs zlib-based "gzip" data compression (RFC 1952) and returns a binary object of the compressed data. More...
 
nothing gzip ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
binary uncompress_to_binary (binary bin)
 Performs zlib-based decompression of data compressed by the "deflate" algorithm (RFC 1951) and returns a binary object of the decompressed data. More...
 
nothing uncompress_to_binary ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string uncompress_to_string (binary bin, *string encoding)
 Performs zlib-based decompression of data compressed by the "deflate" algorithm (RFC 1951) and returns a string of the decompressed data. More...
 
nothing uncompress_to_string ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
bool cx_first ()
 Returns True if currently iterating the first element in a context statement, False if not. More...
 
bool cx_last ()
 Returns True if currently iterating the last element in a context statement, False if not. More...
 
int cx_pos ()
 Returns the current row number within the active context statement (starting from 0) More...
 
int cx_total ()
 Returns the total number of rows within the active context statement. More...
 
any cx_value (string key)
 Returns the current value of the given column while iterating a context statement. More...
 
binary blowfish_decrypt_cbc (binary data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV)
 Decrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for the blowfish algorithm and returns a binary object of the decrypted data. More...
 
string blowfish_decrypt_cbc_to_string (binary data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV, *string encoding)
 Decrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for the blowfish algorithm and returns a string of the decrypted data. More...
 
binary blowfish_encrypt_cbc (data data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV)
 Encrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for the blowfish algorithm More...
 
binary cast5_decrypt_cbc (binary data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV)
 Decrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for the CAST5 algorithm using a variable-length key and an optional 8-byte initialization vector. More...
 
string cast5_decrypt_cbc_to_string (binary data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV, *string encoding)
 Decrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for the CAST5 algorithm using a variable-length key and an optional 8-byte initialization vector. More...
 
binary cast5_encrypt_cbc (data data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV)
 Encrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for the CAST5 algorithm using a variable-length key and an optional 8-byte initialization vector. More...
 
binary des_decrypt_cbc (binary data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV)
 Decrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for the DES algorithm using an 8-byte key. More...
 
string des_decrypt_cbc_to_string (binary data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV, *string encoding)
 Decrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for the DES algorithm using an 8-byte key. More...
 
binary des_ede3_decrypt_cbc (data data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV)
 Decrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for the three-key triple DES algorithm using three 8-byte keys (set by a single 24-byte key argument) and an optional 8-byte initialization vector. More...
 
string des_ede3_decrypt_cbc_to_string (binary data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV, *string encoding)
 Decrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for the three-key triple DES algorithm using three 8-byte keys (set by a single 24-byte key argument) and an optional 8-byte initialization vector. More...
 
binary des_ede3_encrypt_cbc (data data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV)
 Encrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for the three-key triple DES algorithm using three 8-byte keys (set by a single 24-byte key argument) and an optional 8-byte initialization vector. More...
 
binary des_ede_decrypt_cbc (binary data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV)
 Decrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for the two-key triple DES algorithm using two eight-byte keys (set by a single 16-byte key argument) More...
 
string des_ede_decrypt_cbc_to_string (binary data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV, *string encoding)
 Decrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for the two-key triple DES algorithm using two eight-byte keys (set by a single 16-byte key argument) More...
 
binary des_ede_encrypt_cbc (data data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV)
 Encrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for the two-key triple DES algorithm using two eight-byte keys (set by a single 16-byte key argument) More...
 
binary des_encrypt_cbc (data data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV)
 Encrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for the DES algorithm using an 8-byte key. More...
 
binary des_random_key ()
 Returns a binary object of a random key for the DES algorithm More...
 
binary desx_decrypt_cbc (binary data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV)
 Decrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for RSA's DESX algorithm using a 24-byte key and an optional 8-byte initialization vector. More...
 
string desx_decrypt_cbc_to_string (binary data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV, *string encoding)
 Decrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for RSA's DESX algorithm using a 24-byte key and an optional 8-byte initialization vector. More...
 
binary desx_encrypt_cbc (data data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV)
 Encrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for RSA's DESX algorithm using a 24-byte key and an optional 8-byte initialization vector. More...
 
binary rc2_decrypt_cbc (binary data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV)
 Decrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for RSA's RC2(tm) algorithm using a variable-length key and an optional 8-byte initialization vector. More...
 
string rc2_decrypt_cbc_to_string (binary data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV, *string encoding)
 Decrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for RSA's RC2(tm) algorithm using a variable-length key and an optional 8-byte initialization vector. More...
 
binary rc2_encrypt_cbc (data data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV)
 Encrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for RSA's RC2(tm) algorithm using a variable-length key and an optional 8-byte initialization vector. More...
 
binary rc4_decrypt (binary data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV)
 Decrypts data using the Alleged RC4 cipher algorithm, which should be compatible with RSA's RC4(tm) algorithm using a variable-length key and an optional 8-byte initialization vector. More...
 
string rc4_decrypt_to_string (binary data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV, *string encoding)
 Decrypts data using the Alleged RC4 cipher algorithm, which should be compatible with RSA's RC4(tm) algorithm using a variable-length key and an optional 8-byte initialization vector. More...
 
binary rc4_encrypt (data data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV)
 Encrypts data using the Alleged RC4 cipher algorithm, which should be compatible with RSA's RC4(tm) algorithm using a variable-length key and an optional 8-byte initialization vector. More...
 
binary rc5_decrypt_cbc (binary data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV)
 Decrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for RSA's RC2(tm) algorithm using a variable-length key and an optional 8-byte initialization vector. More...
 
string rc5_decrypt_cbc_to_string (binary data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV, *string encoding)
 Decrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for RSA's RC2(tm) algorithm using a variable-length key and an optional 8-byte initialization vector. More...
 
binary rc5_encrypt_cbc (data data, data key, data iv=Qore::DefaultIV)
 Encrypts data using the Cipher Block Chaining function for RSA's RC2(tm) algorithm using a variable-length key and an optional 8-byte initialization vector. More...
 
string DSS (data data)
 Returns the DSS message digest (based on SHA-0 and DSA) of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
string DSS1 (data data)
 Returns the DSS1 message digest (based on SHA1 and DSA) of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
binary DSS1_bin (data data)
 Returns the DSS1 message digest (based on SHA-0 and DSA) of the supplied argument as a binary object. More...
 
binary DSS_bin (data data)
 Returns the DSS message digest (based on SHA-0 and DSA) of the supplied argument as a binary object. More...
 
string MD2 (data data)
 Returns the MD2 message digest of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
binary MD2_bin (data data)
 Returns the MD2 message digest of the supplied argument as binary object. More...
 
string MD4 (data data)
 Returns the MD4 message digest of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
binary MD4_bin (data data)
 Returns the MD4 message digest of the supplied argument as a binary object. More...
 
string MD5 (data data)
 Returns the MD5 message digest of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
binary MD5_bin (data data)
 Returns the MD5 message digest of the supplied argument as a binary object. More...
 
string MDC2 (data data)
 Returns the MDC2 message digest of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
binary MDC2_bin (data data)
 Returns the MDC2 message digest of the supplied argument as a binary object. More...
 
string RIPEMD160 (data data)
 Returns the RIPEMD message digest of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
binary RIPEMD160_binary (data data)
 Returns the RIPEMD message digest of the supplied argument as a binary object. More...
 
string SHA (data data)
 Returns the SHA (outdated SHA-0) message digest of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
string SHA1 (data data)
 Returns the SHA1 message digest of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
binary SHA1_bin (data data)
 Returns the SHA1 message digest of the supplied argument as a binary object. More...
 
string SHA224 (data data)
 Returns the SHA-224 message digest (a variant of SHA-2) of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
binary SHA224_bin (data data)
 Returns the SHA-224 message digest (a variant of SHA-2) of the supplied argument as a binary object. More...
 
string SHA256 (data data)
 Returns the SHA-256 message digest (a variant of SHA-2) of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
binary SHA256_bin (data data)
 Returns the SHA-256 message digest (a variant of SHA-2) of the supplied argument as a binary object. More...
 
string SHA384 (data data)
 Returns the SHA-384 message digest (a variant of SHA-2) of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
binary SHA384_bin (data data)
 Returns the SHA-384 message digest (a variant of SHA-2) of the supplied argument as a binary object. More...
 
string SHA512 (data data)
 Returns the SHA-512 message digest (a variant of SHA-2) of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
binary SHA512_bin (data data)
 Returns the SHA-512 message digest (a variant of SHA-2) of the supplied argument as a binary object. More...
 
binary SHA_bin (data data)
 Returns the SHA (outdated SHA-0) message digest of the supplied argument as a binary object. More...
 
string DSS1_hmac (data data, string key)
 Returns the DSS1 (SHA-1 and DSA) based HMAC of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
string DSS_hmac (data data, string key)
 Returns the DSS (SHA-0 and DSA) based HMAC of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
string MD2_hmac (data data, string key)
 Returns the MD2 based HMAC of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
string MD4_hmac (data data, string key)
 Returns the MD4 based HMAC of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
string MD5_hmac (data data, string key)
 Returns the MD5 based HMAC of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
string MDC2_hmac (data data, string key)
 Returns the MDC2 based HMAC of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
string RIPEMD160_hmac (data data, string key)
 Returns the RIPEMD based HMAC of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
string SHA1_hmac (data data, string key)
 Returns the SHA1 based HMAC of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
string SHA224_hmac (data data, string key)
 Returns the SHA224 based HMAC of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
string SHA256_hmac (data data, string key)
 Returns the SHA256 based HMAC of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
string SHA384_hmac (data data, string key)
 Returns the SHA384 based HMAC of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
string SHA512_hmac (data data, string key)
 Returns the SHA512 based HMAC of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
string SHA_hmac (data data, string key)
 Returns the SHA based HMAC of the supplied argument as a hex string. More...
 
*string getenv (string var)
 Retrieves the value of an environment variable or NOTHING if the variable is not set. More...
 
nothing getenv ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int setenv (string env, softstring val)
 Sets an environment variable to a value. More...
 
nothing setenv ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int unsetenv (string env)
 Unsets an environment variable. More...
 
nothing unsetenv ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
bool absolute_path (string path)
 returns True if the argument is an absolute path on the current platform, False if not More...
 
bool absolute_path_unix (string path)
 returns True if the argument is a UNIX absolute path, False if not More...
 
bool absolute_path_windows (string path)
 returns True if the argument is a Windows absolute path, False if not More...
 
int chdir (string path)
 Changes the current working directory for the current process. More...
 
int chmod (string path, softint mode)
 Changes the mode of a file or directory. More...
 
int chown (string path, softint owner=-1, softint group=-1)
 Changes the user and group owners of a file, if the current user has permission to do so (normally only the superuser can change the user owner), follows symbolic links. More...
 
*string getcwd ()
 Returns a string giving the current working directory or NOTHING if the current working directory could not be read. More...
 
string getcwd2 ()
 Returns a string giving the current working directory; throws an exception if the current directory cannot be read. More...
 
*list glob (string glob_str)
 Returns a list of files matching the string argument or NOTHING if the call to glob() fails. More...
 
nothing glob ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
*hash hlstat (string path)
 Returns a hash of file status values for the path argument and does not follow symbolic links; if any errors occur, NOTHING is returned and errno() can be used to retrieve the error number. More...
 
nothing hlstat ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
*hash hstat (string path)
 Returns a hash of file status values for the path argument, following any symbolic links; if any errors occur, NOTHING is returned and errno() can be used to retrieve the error number. More...
 
nothing hstat ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
bool is_bdev (string path)
 Returns True if the string passed identifies a block device on the filesystem, False if not. More...
 
bool is_cdev (string path)
 Returns True if the string passed identifies a character device on the filesystem, False if not. More...
 
bool is_dev (string path)
 Returns True if the string passed identifies a device (either block or character) on the filesystem, False if not. More...
 
bool is_dir (string path)
 Returns True if the string passed identifies a directory on the filesystem, False if not. More...
 
bool is_executable (string path)
 Returns True if the string passed identifies an executable on the filesystem, False if not. More...
 
bool is_file (string path)
 Returns True if the string passed identifies a regular file on the filesystem, False if not. More...
 
bool is_link (string path)
 Returns True if the string passed identifies a symbolic link on the filesystem, False if not. More...
 
bool is_pipe (string path)
 Returns True if the string passed identifies a pipe (FIFO) on the filesystem, False if not. More...
 
bool is_readable (string path)
 Returns True if the string passed identifies a file or a directory readable by the current user, False if not. More...
 
bool is_socket (string path)
 Returns True if the string passed identifies a socket on the filesystem, False if not. More...
 
bool is_writable (string path)
 Returns True if the string passed identifies a file or a directory writable by the current user, False if not. More...
 
bool is_writeable (string path)
 Returns True if the string passed identifies a file or a directory writable by the current user (backwards-compatible misspelling of is_writable()) More...
 
int lchown (string path, softint uid=-1, softint gid=-1)
 Changes the user and group owners of a file, if the current user has permission to do so (normally only the superuser can change the user owner), does not follow symbolic links but rather operates on the symbolic link itself. More...
 
*list lstat (string path)
 Returns a list of file status values for the path argument and does not follow symbolic links; if any errors occur, NOTHING is returned and errno() can be used to retrieve the error number. More...
 
nothing lstat ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int mkdir (string path, softint mode=0777)
 Creates a directory, optionally specifying the mode. More...
 
int mkfifo (string path, softint mode=0600)
 Creates a named pipe file with an optional file mode. More...
 
string readlink (string path)
 Returns the target of a symbolic link; throws an exception if an error occurs (ex: file does not exist or is not a symbolic link) More...
 
string realpath (string path)
 Returns the canonicalized absolute pathname from the given path. More...
 
nothing rename (string old_path, string new_path)
 Renames (or moves) files or directories. Note that for this call to function properly, the Qore process must have sufficient permissions and access to the given filesystem objects or paths to execute the rename operation. More...
 
int rmdir (string path)
 Removes a directory. More...
 
*list stat (string path)
 Returns a list of file status values for the path argument, following any symbolic links; if any errors occur, NOTHING is returned and errno() can be used to retrieve the error number. More...
 
nothing stat ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
*hash statvfs (string path)
 Returns a hash of filesystem status values for the file or directory path passed. More...
 
nothing symlink (string old_path, string new_path)
 Creates a symbolic link to a directory path. Note that for this call to function properly, the Qore process must have sufficient permissions and access to the given filesystem path to create the symbolic link. More...
 
int umask (softint mask)
 Sets the file creation mode mask for the process and returns the previous value of the file creation mode mask. More...
 
nothing umask ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int unlink (string path)
 Deletes a file and returns 0 for success, -1 for error (in which case errno() can be used to get the error) More...
 
nothing unlink ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
nothing abort ()
 Aborts the current program (this function does not return) More...
 
string basename (string path)
 Returns a string giving the last element of a file path (meant to be the filename) More...
 
nothing basename ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
nothing close_all_fd (*softbool strd)
 closes all possible file descriptors; useful in "daemon" processes that may have inherited open file descriptors More...
 
string dirname (string path)
 Returns a string giving the path up to a file but not the filename itself. More...
 
nothing dirname ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int errno ()
 Returns the error code of the last error that occurred in the current thread. More...
 
nothing exec (string command)
 Replaces the current process image with another; this function does not return. More...
 
nothing exit (softint rc=0)
 Exits the program with the return code passed (this function does not return) More...
 
int fork ()
 Creates a copy of the current process with a new PID; returns 0 in the child process; returns the child's PID in the parent process. More...
 
list getaddrinfo (*string node, *softstring service, softint family=AF_UNSPEC, softint flags=0)
 Returns a list of Address Information Hash for the given node name or string address; if no lookup can be performed then an exception is thrown. More...
 
int getegid ()
 Returns the effective group ID of the current process. More...
 
int geteuid ()
 Returns the effective user ID of the current process. More...
 
int getgid ()
 Returns the real group ID of the current process. More...
 
list getgroups ()
 returns a list of group IDs that the user is a member of More...
 
*string gethostbyaddr (string addr, softint type=AF_INET)
 Returns the official hostname corresponding to the network addressed passed as an argument. More...
 
nothing gethostbyaddr ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
*hash gethostbyaddr_long (string addr, softint type=AF_INET)
 Returns a hash representing all host and address information corresponding to the address and address type passed as arguments. More...
 
nothing gethostbyaddr_long ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
*string gethostbyname (string name)
 Returns the first address corresponding to the hostname passed as an argument or NOTHING if the lookup fails. More...
 
nothing gethostbyname ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
*hash gethostbyname_long (string name)
 Returns a hash representing all host and address information corresponding to the hostname passed as an argument. More...
 
nothing gethostbyname_long ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string gethostname ()
 Returns the hostname of the system. More...
 
int getpid ()
 Returns the PID (process ID) of the current process. More...
 
int getppid ()
 Returns the PID (process ID) of the parent process of the current process. More...
 
int getuid ()
 Returns the real user ID of the current process. More...
 
int kill (softint pid, softint sig=SIGHUP)
 Sends a signal to a process, if no signal number is given, then Qore::SIGHUP is sent by default. More...
 
nothing kill ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int rand ()
 Returns a random 64-bit integer number. More...
 
int setegid (softint gid)
 Changes the process effective group ID according to the argument passed. More...
 
int seteuid (softint uid)
 Changes the effective process user ID according to the argument passed. More...
 
int setgid (softint gid)
 Changes the process group ID according to the argument passed. More...
 
nothing setgroups (softlist gids)
 sets the list of supplementary group IDs for the current process More...
 
int setsid ()
 Creates a new session lead by the calling process. More...
 
int setuid (softint uid)
 Changes the process user ID according to the argument passed. More...
 
int sleep (softint seconds)
 Causes the current thread to sleep for a certain number of seconds. More...
 
nothing sleep ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
nothing srand (softint seed)
 Seeds the random number generator with the integer passed. More...
 
nothing srand ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string strerror (softint err)
 Returns the string corresponding to the error code passed (generally retrieved with errno()) More...
 
string strerror ()
 Returns the string corresponding to the last error that occurred in the current thread. More...
 
int system (string command)
 executes a command and returns the exit code of the process More...
 
nothing system ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int usleep (softint usecs)
 Causes the current thread to sleep for a certain number of microseconds. More...
 
int usleep (date d)
 Causes the current thread to sleep for a certain number of microseconds. More...
 
nothing usleep ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
bool inlist ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
bool inlist (any arg, nothing x)
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
bool inlist (any arg, softlist l)
 Returns True if the first argument is a member of the second argument list using soft comparisons (with implicit type conversions), False if not. More...
 
bool inlist_hard ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
bool inlist_hard (any arg, nothing x)
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
bool inlist_hard (any arg, softlist l)
 Returns True if the first argument is a member of the second argument list using hard comparisons (without any implicit type conversions), False if not. More...
 
any max (list l)
 Returns the maximum value in a list. More...
 
any max (list l, string func)
 Returns the maximum value in a list; accepts the name of a function to use to compare complex data types or to give a special sort order. More...
 
any max (list l, code f)
 Returns the maximum value in a list; accepts a call reference or a closure to use to compare complex data types or to give a special sort order. More...
 
any max (...)
 Returns the maximum value of the arguments passed to the function. More...
 
any min (list l)
 Returns the minumum value in a list. More...
 
any min (list l, string func)
 Returns the minumum value in a list; accepts the name of a function to use to compare complex data types or to give a special sort order. More...
 
any min (list l, code f)
 Returns the minumum value in a list; accepts a call reference or a closure to use to compare complex data types or to give a special sort order. More...
 
any min (...)
 Returns the minumum value of the arguments passed to the function. More...
 
list range (int start, int stop, int step=1)
 Returns a list containing an arithmetic progression of integers. More...
 
list range (int stop)
 Returns a list containing an arithmetic progression of integers with start = 0 and step = 1. More...
 
nothing reverse ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
list reverse (list l)
 Reverses a list and returns the new list. More...
 
any sort (any arg)
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
list sort (list l)
 Performs an unstable sort in ascending order and returns the new list. More...
 
list sort (list l, string func)
 Performs an unstable sort in ascending order and returns the new list; accepts the name of a function to use to sort complex data types or to give a special sort order. More...
 
list sort (list l, code f)
 Performs an unstable sort in ascending order and returns the new list; accepts a call reference or a closure to use to sort complex data types or to give a special sort order. More...
 
any sortDescending (any arg)
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
list sortDescending (list l)
 Performs an unstable sort in descending order and returns the new list. More...
 
list sortDescending (list l, string func)
 Performs an unstable sort in descending order and returns the new list; accepts the name of a function to use to sort complex data types or to give a special sort order. More...
 
list sortDescending (list l, code f)
 Performs an unstable sort in descending order and returns the new list; accepts a call reference or a closure to use to sort complex data types or to give a special sort order. More...
 
any sortDescendingStable (any arg)
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
list sortDescendingStable (list l)
 Performs a stable sort in descending order and returns the new list. More...
 
list sortDescendingStable (list l, string func)
 Performs a stable sort in descending order and returns the new list; accepts the name of a function to use to sort complex data types or to give a special sort order. More...
 
list sortDescendingStable (list l, code f)
 Performs a stable sort in descending order and returns the new list; accepts a call reference or a closure to use to sort complex data types or to give a special sort order. More...
 
any sortStable (any arg)
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
list sortStable (list l)
 Performs a stable sort in ascending order and returns the new list. More...
 
list sortStable (list l, string func)
 Performs a stable sort in ascending order and returns the new list; accepts the name of a function to use to sort complex data types or to give a special sort order. More...
 
list sortStable (list l, code f)
 Performs a stable sort in ascending order and returns the new list; accepts a call reference or a closure to use to sort complex data types or to give a special sort order. More...
 
any sort_descending (any arg)
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
list sort_descending (list l)
 Performs an unstable sort in descending order and returns the new list. More...
 
list sort_descending (list l, string func)
 Performs an unstable sort in descending order and returns the new list; accepts the name of a function to use to sort complex data types or to give a special sort order. More...
 
list sort_descending (list l, code f)
 Performs an unstable sort in descending order and returns the new list; accepts a call reference or a closure to use to sort complex data types or to give a special sort order. More...
 
any sort_descending_stable (any arg)
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
list sort_descending_stable (list l)
 Performs a stable sort in descending order and returns the new list. More...
 
list sort_descending_stable (list l, string func)
 Performs a stable sort in descending order and returns the new list; accepts the name of a function to use to sort complex data types or to give a special sort order. More...
 
list sort_descending_stable (list l, code f)
 Performs a stable sort in descending order and returns the new list; accepts a call reference or a closure to use to sort complex data types or to give a special sort order. More...
 
any sort_stable (any arg)
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
list sort_stable (list l)
 Performs a stable sort in ascending order and returns the new list. More...
 
list sort_stable (list l, string func)
 Performs a stable sort in ascending order and returns the new list; accepts the name of a function to use to sort complex data types or to give a special sort order. More...
 
list sort_stable (list l, code f)
 Performs a stable sort in ascending order and returns the new list; accepts a call reference or a closure to use to sort complex data types or to give a special sort order. More...
 
int abs (int i)
 Returns the absolute value of the argument passed. More...
 
number abs (number n)
 Returns the absolute value of the argument passed. More...
 
float abs (softfloat f)
 Returns the absolute value of the argument passed. More...
 
float abs ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number acos (number n)
 Returns the value in radians of the arc cosine of the given value. More...
 
float acos (softfloat f)
 Returns the value in radians of the arc cosine of the given value. More...
 
number asin (number n)
 Returns the value in radians of the arc sine of the given value. More...
 
float asin (softfloat f)
 Returns the value in radians of the arc sine of the given value. More...
 
float asin ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number atan (number n)
 Returns the value in radians of the arc tangent of the given value. More...
 
float atan (softfloat f)
 Returns the value in radians of the arc tangent of the given value. More...
 
float atan ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number atan2 (number y, number x)
 Returns the principal value of the arc tangent of y/x, using the signs of the two arguments to determine the quadrant of the result. More...
 
float atan2 (softfloat y, softfloat x)
 Returns the principal value of the arc tangent of y/x, using the signs of the two arguments to determine the quadrant of the result. More...
 
float atan2 ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number cbrt (number n)
 Returns the cube root of the number passed. More...
 
float cbrt (softfloat f)
 Returns the cube root of the number passed. More...
 
float cbrt ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number ceil (number n)
 Returns a number equal to the smallest integral value greater than or equal to the argument passed. More...
 
float ceil (softfloat f)
 Returns a floating-point number equal to the smallest integral value greater than or equal to the argument passed. More...
 
float ceil ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number cos (number n)
 Returns the cosine of the number in radians passed. More...
 
float cos (float f)
 Returns the cosine of the number in radians passed. More...
 
float cos ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number cosh (number n)
 Returns the hyperbolic cosine of the given value. More...
 
float cosh (softfloat f)
 Returns the hyperbolic cosine of the given value. More...
 
float cosh ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number exp (number n)
 Returns the value of e (the base of natural logarithms) raised to the power of the given number. More...
 
float exp (softfloat f)
 Returns the value of e (the base of natural logarithms) raised to the power of the given number. More...
 
float exp ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number exp2 (number n)
 Returns the value of 2 raised to the power of the given number. More...
 
float exp2 (softfloat f)
 Returns the value of 2 raised to the power of the given number. More...
 
float exp2 ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number expm1 (number n)
 Returns the value of e (the base of natural logarithms) raised to the power of the given number - 1. More...
 
float expm1 (softfloat f)
 Returns the value of e (the base of natural logarithms) raised to the power of the given number - 1. More...
 
float expm1 ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number floor (softnumber n)
 Returns a number equal to the largest integral value less than or equal to the argument passed. More...
 
float floor (softfloat f)
 Returns a floating-point number equal to the largest integral value less than or equal to the argument passed. More...
 
float floor ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number hypot (number x, number y)
 Returns the length of the hypotenuse of a right-angle triangle with sides given as the two arguments. More...
 
float hypot (softfloat x, softfloat y)
 Returns the length of the hypotenuse of a right-angle triangle with sides given as the two arguments. More...
 
float hypot ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number log10 (number n)
 Returns the base 10 logarithm of the given number. More...
 
float log10 (softfloat f)
 Returns the base 10 logarithm of the given number. More...
 
float log10 ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number log1p (number n)
 Returns the natural logarithm of 1 + the given number. More...
 
float log1p (softfloat f)
 Returns the natural logarithm of 1 + the given number. More...
 
float log1p ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
float logb (softfloat f)
 Returns the exponent of the given number. More...
 
float logb ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number nlog (number n)
 Returns the natural logarithm of the given value. More...
 
float nlog (softfloat f)
 Returns the natural logarithm of the given value. More...
 
float nlog ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number pow (number x, number y)
 Returns a number raised to the power of another number. More...
 
float pow (softfloat x=0.0, softfloat y=0.0)
 Returns a number raised to the power of another number. More...
 
number round (number n)
 Returns a number equal to the closest integer to the argument passed; numbers halfway between two integers are rounded away from zero. More...
 
float round (softfloat f)
 Returns a floating-point number equal to the closest integer to the argument passed; numbers halfway between two integers are rounded away from zero. More...
 
float round ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number sin (number n)
 Returns the sine of the number in radians passed. More...
 
float sin (softfloat f)
 Returns the sine of the number in radians passed. More...
 
float sin ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number sinh (number n)
 Returns the hyperbolic sine of the given value. More...
 
float sinh (softfloat f)
 Returns the hyperbolic sine of the given value. More...
 
float sinh ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number sqrt (number n)
 Returns the square root of the number passed. More...
 
float sqrt (softfloat f)
 Returns the square root of the number passed. More...
 
float sqrt ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number tan (number n)
 Returns the tangent of the number in radians passed. More...
 
float tan (softfloat f)
 Returns the tangent of the number in radians passed. More...
 
float tan ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
number tanh (number n)
 Returns the hyperbolic tangent of the given value. More...
 
float tanh (softfloat f)
 Returns the hyperbolic tangent of the given value. More...
 
float tanh ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
nothing remove_signal_handler (softint signal)
 Removes a signal handler and returns the signal handling state to the default. More...
 
nothing set_signal_handler (softint signal, code f)
 Sets or replaces a signal handler according to the signal number and closure or call reference (function or object method reference) passed. More...
 
string backquote (string cmd, *reference rc)
 Executes a process and returns a string of the output (stdout only) More...
 
nothing backquote ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
any call_builtin_function (string name,...)
 Calls a function and returns the return value, passing the remaining arguments after the function name to the builtin function. More...
 
any call_builtin_function_args (string name, *softlist vargs)
 Calls a function and returns the return value, using the optional second argument as a list of arguments for the function. More...
 
any call_function (string name,...)
 Calls a function and returns the return value, passing the remaining arguments after the function name to the function. More...
 
any call_function (code f,...)
 Calls the given call reference or closure and returns the result, passing the remaining arguments to the call reference or closure. More...
 
any call_function_args (string name, *softlist vargs)
 Calls a function and returns the return value, using the optional second argument as a list of arguments for the function. More...
 
any call_function_args (code f, *softlist vargs)
 Calls the given call reference or closure and returns the result, using the optional second argument as a list of arguments to the call reference or closure. More...
 
string decode_uri_request (string uri)
 Decodes percent-encoded codes in a URI path and converts "+" signs in the query component to spaces and returns the decoded string in UTF-8 encoding. More...
 
string decode_url (string url)
 Decodes percent numeric codes in a URL string and returns the decoded string in UTF-8 encoding. More...
 
nothing decode_url ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string encode_uri_request (string url)
 Encodes URI requests by substituting special characters in the path with percent-encoded ewquivalents and substituting spaces with "+" and "+" with the percent-encoded equivalent in the URI query component. More...
 
string encode_url (string url, softbool encode_all=False)
 Encodes URLs by substituting '%' characters with '%25', spaces (' ') with '%20', and non-ascii characters by percent-encoded representations. More...
 
bool exists (...)
 A function performing the same role as the exists operator. More...
 
bool existsFunction (string name)
 Returns True if the function exists in the current program's function name space. More...
 
bool existsFunction (code c)
 Always returns True. More...
 
nothing existsFunction ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
bool exists_function (string name)
 Returns True if the function exists in the current program's function name space. More...
 
bool exists_function (code c)
 Always returns True. More...
 
*string functionType (string name)
 Returns "builtin" (for a builtin function), "user" (for a user function), or NOTHING (if the function cannot be found) according to the function name passed. More...
 
nothing functionType ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
*string function_type (string name)
 Returns "builtin" (for a builtin function), "user" (for a user function), or NOTHING (if the function cannot be found) according to the function name passed. More...
 
*int getByte (string str, softint offset=0)
 Returns the byte value at the given byte offset (the first value is at offset 0) or NOTHING if the offset is not legal for the given data. More...
 
nothing getByte ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
*int getByte (binary b, softint offset=0)
 Returns the byte value at the given byte offset (the first value is at offset 0) or NOTHING if the offset is not legal for the given data. More...
 
string getClassName (object obj)
 Returns the class name of the object passed. More...
 
nothing getClassName ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
list getFeatureList ()
 Returns a list of strings of the builtin and module-supplied features of Qore. More...
 
hash getModuleHash ()
 Returns a hash of hashes describing the currently-loaded Qore modules; the top-level hash keys are the module names. More...
 
list getModuleList ()
 Returns a list of hashes describing the currently-loaded Qore modules. More...
 
*int getWord32 (string str, softint offset=0)
 Returns the 32-bit integer value at the given 4-byte offset (the first value is at offset 0) or NOTHING if the offset is not legal for the given data. More...
 
*int getWord32 (binary b, softint offset=0)
 Returns the 32-bit integer value at the given 4-byte offset (the first value is at offset 0) or NOTHING if the offset is not legal for the given data. More...
 
nothing getWord32 ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
*int get_byte (string str, softint offset=0)
 Returns the byte value at the given byte offset (the first value is at offset 0) or NOTHING if the offset is not legal for the given data. More...
 
*int get_byte (binary b, softint offset=0)
 Returns the byte value at the given byte offset (the first value is at offset 0) or NOTHING if the offset is not legal for the given data. More...
 
string get_class_name (object obj)
 Returns the class name of the object passed. More...
 
string get_default_encoding ()
 Returns the name of the default character encoding. More...
 
string get_ex_pos (hash ex)
 returns a descriptive string for an exception location; the source and offset information will also be included in the string returned if present in the exception hash argument More...
 
list get_feature_list ()
 Returns a list of strings of the builtin and module-supplied features of Qore. More...
 
hash get_module_hash ()
 Returns a hash of hashes describing the currently-loaded Qore modules; the top-level hash keys are the module names. More...
 
list get_module_list ()
 Returns a list of hashes describing the currently-loaded Qore modules. More...
 
int get_parse_options ()
 returns the current parse options for the current Program object More...
 
hash get_qore_library_info ()
 Returns a hash of library build and version info. More...
 
hash get_qore_option_hash ()
 Returns a hash of hashes giving information about Qore library options for the current build. More...
 
list get_qore_option_list ()
 Returns a list of hashes giving information about Qore library options for the current build. More...
 
*string get_script_dir ()
 Returns the name of the directory from which the current script was executed or NOTHING if unknown (i.e. no parent script, script read from stdin, etc) More...
 
*string get_script_name ()
 Returns the filename of the current script if known or NOTHING if unknown (i.e. no parent script, script read from stdin, etc) More...
 
*string get_script_path ()
 Returns the path (directory and filename) of the current script or NOTHING if unknown (i.e. no parent script, script read from stdin, etc) More...
 
*int get_word_16 (string str, softint offset=0)
 Returns the 16-bit integer value at the given 2-byte offset (the first value is at offset 0) or NOTHING if the offset is not legal for the given data. More...
 
*int get_word_16 (binary b, softint offset=0)
 Returns the 16-bit integer value at the given 2-byte offset (the first value is at offset 0) or NOTHING if the offset is not legal for the given data. More...
 
*int get_word_16_lsb (string str, softint offset=0)
 Returns the 16-bit integer value at the given 2-byte offset (the first value is at offset 0) or NOTHING if the offset is not legal for the given data. More...
 
*int get_word_16_lsb (binary b, softint offset=0)
 Returns the 16-bit integer value at the given 2-byte offset (the first value is at offset 0) or NOTHING if the offset is not legal for the given data. More...
 
*int get_word_32 (string str, softint offset=0)
 Returns the 32-bit integer value at the given 4-byte offset (the first value is at offset 0) or NOTHING if the offset is not legal for the given data. More...
 
*int get_word_32 (binary b, softint offset=0)
 Returns the 32-bit integer value at the given 4-byte offset (the first value is at offset 0) or NOTHING if the offset is not legal for the given data. More...
 
*int get_word_32_lsb (string str, softint offset=0)
 Returns the 32-bit integer value at the given 4-byte offset (the first value is at offset 0) or NOTHING if the offset is not legal for the given data. More...
 
*int get_word_32_lsb (binary b, softint offset=0)
 Returns the 32-bit integer value at the given 4-byte offset (the first value is at offset 0) or NOTHING if the offset is not legal for the given data. More...
 
*int get_word_64 (string str, softint offset=0)
 Returns the 64-bit integer value at the given 8-byte offset (the first value is at offset 0) or NOTHING if the offset is not legal for the given data. More...
 
*int get_word_64 (binary b, softint offset=0)
 Returns the 64-bit integer value at the given 8-byte offset (the first value is at offset 0) or NOTHING if the offset is not legal for the given data. More...
 
*int get_word_64_lsb (string str, softint offset=0)
 Returns the 64-bit integer value at the given 8-byte offset (the first value is at offset 0) or NOTHING if the offset is not legal for the given data. More...
 
*int get_word_64_lsb (binary b, softint offset=0)
 Returns the 64-bit integer value at the given 8-byte offset (the first value is at offset 0) or NOTHING if the offset is not legal for the given data. More...
 
bool has_key (hash h, string key)
 Returns True if the given key exists in the hash (does not necessarily have to have a value assigned); exceptions are only raised if string encoding errors are encountered. More...
 
bool has_key (object obj, string key)
 Returns True if the given key exists in the object (does not necessarily have to have a value assigned); exceptions are only raised if string encoding errors are encountered or in case of object access errors. More...
 
list hash_values (hash h)
 Returns a list of all the values in the hash argument passed. More...
 
nothing hash_values ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int hextoint (string str)
 Returns an integer for a hexadecimal string value; throws an exception if non-hex digits are found. More...
 
nothing hextoint ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string html_decode (string str)
 Returns a string with any HTML escape codes translated to the original characters. More...
 
nothing html_decode ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string html_encode (string str)
 Returns a string with characters needing HTML escaping translated to HTML escape codes. More...
 
nothing html_encode ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
nothing load_module (string name)
 Loads in a Qore module at run-time. More...
 
nothing load_module ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
nothing load_user_module_with_program (string name, Qore::Program pgm)
 Loads in a Qore user module at run-time with using the given Program object as the container for the user module code. More...
 
string makeBase64String (string str, softint maxlinelen=-1)
 Returns a base64-encoded representation of a string. More...
 
string makeBase64String (binary bin, softint maxlinelen=-1)
 Returns a base64-encoded representation of a binary object. More...
 
nothing makeBase64String ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string makeHexString (string str)
 Returns a hex-encoded representation of a string. More...
 
string makeHexString (binary bin)
 Returns a hex-encoded representation of a binary object. More...
 
nothing makeHexString ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string make_base64_string (string str, softint maxlinelen=-1)
 Returns a base64-encoded representation of a string. More...
 
string make_base64_string (binary bin, softint maxlinelen=-1)
 Returns a base64-encoded representation of a binary object. More...
 
string make_hex_string (string str)
 Returns a hex-encoded representation of a string. More...
 
string make_hex_string (binary bin)
 Returns a hex-encoded representation of a binary object. More...
 
*hash parse (string code, string label, *softint warning_mask, *string source, *softint offset, softbool format_label=True)
 Adds the text passed to the current program's code, tagged with the given label. More...
 
nothing parse ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
binary parseBase64String (string str)
 Parses a base64 encoded string and returns a binary object of the decoded data. More...
 
nothing parseBase64String ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string parseBase64StringToString (string str, *string encoding)
 Parses a base64 encoded string and returns a string of the decoded data. More...
 
nothing parseBase64StringToString ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
binary parseHexString (string hexstr)
 Parses a hex-encoded string and returns the binary object. More...
 
nothing parseHexString ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
*hash parseURL (string url, bool keep_brackets=False)
 Parses a URL string and returns a hash of the components; if the URL cannot be parsed then NOTHING is returned. More...
 
nothing parseURL ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
binary parse_base64_string (string str)
 Parses a base64 encoded string and returns a binary object of the decoded data. More...
 
string parse_base64_string_to_string (string str, *string encoding)
 Parses a base64 encoded string and returns a string of the decoded data. More...
 
binary parse_hex_string (string hexstr)
 Parses a hex-encoded string and returns the binary object. More...
 
hash parse_url (string url, bool keep_brackets=False)
 Parses a URL string and returns a hash of the components; throws an exception if the string cannot be parsed as a URL. More...
 
nothing reload_module (string name)
 Reloads an already-loaded Qore module subject to code injection at run-time into Qore; the module's code is not imported into the current Program object. More...
 
 set_return_value (any val)
 sets the return value for a Program object when running with %exec-class More...
 
string splice (string str)
 This function always returns an empty string "". More...
 
string splice (string str, softint start)
 Returns a string based on the argument string but with characters removed from a certain character index. More...
 
string splice (string str, softint start, softint len, *string nstr)
 Returns a string based on the argument string but optionally with characters removed and/or added from a certain character index. More...
 
list splice (list l, softint start)
 Returns a list based on the argument list but with elements removed from the given index to the end of the list. More...
 
list splice (list l, softint start, softint len, *softlist nlist)
 Returns a list based on the argument list but optionally with elements removed and/or added from a certain index. More...
 
nothing splice ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int strtoint (string num, softint base=10)
 parses a string representing a number in a configurable base and returns the integer More...
 
nothing strtoint ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
any callObjectMethod (object obj, string method,...)
 Calls a method of an object, passing the remainder of the arguments to the function as arguments to the method. More...
 
nothing callObjectMethod ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
any callObjectMethodArgs (object obj, string method, *softlist varg)
 Calls a method of an object, using the optional third argument as the argument list to the method. More...
 
nothing callObjectMethodArgs ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
any call_object_method (object obj, string method,...)
 Calls a method of an object, passing the remainder of the arguments to the function as arguments to the method. More...
 
any call_object_method_args (object obj, string method, *softlist varg)
 Calls a method of an object, using the optional third argument as the argument list to the method. More...
 
any call_pseudo (any val, string meth,...)
 calls a pseudo-method on the given value More...
 
any call_pseudo_args (any val, string meth, *softlist argv)
 calls a pseudo-method on the given value with arguments given as a list More...
 
object create_object (string class_name,...)
 creates an object from the class name (which can include a namespace path) and optionally any arguments for the constructor More...
 
object create_object_args (string class_name, *softlist argv)
 creates an object from the class name (which can include a namespace path) and optionally any arguments for the constructor More...
 
list getMethodList (object obj)
 Returns a list of strings of the names of the methods of the class of the object passed as a parameter. More...
 
nothing getMethodList ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
list get_method_list (object obj)
 Returns a list of strings of the names of the methods of the class of the object passed as a parameter. More...
 
*hash getgrgid (softint gid)
 Returns a group information hash representing the group information for the group ID passed, or, if the group ID does not exist NOTHING is returned. More...
 
hash getgrgid2 (softint gid)
 Returns a group information hash representing the group information for the group ID passed, or, if the group ID does not exist, a GETGRGID2-ERROR exception is thrown. More...
 
*hash getgrnam (string name)
 Returns a group information hash representing the group information for the group name passed, or, if the group does not exist NOTHING is returned. More...
 
hash getgrnam2 (string name)
 Returns a group information hash representing the group information for the group name passed, or, if the group does not exist, a GETGRNAM2-ERROR exception is thrown. More...
 
hash getpwnam (string name)
 Returns a password information hash representing the user information for the user name passed, or, if the user does not exist NOTHING is returned. More...
 
hash getpwnam2 (string name)
 Returns a password information hash representing the user information for the user name passed, or, if the user does not exist, a GETPWNAM2-ERROR exception is thrown. More...
 
nothing getpwuid ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
*hash getpwuid (softint uid)
 Returns a password information hash representing the user information for the user ID passed, or, if the user ID does not exist NOTHING is returned. More...
 
hash getpwuid2 (softint uid)
 Returns a password information hash representing the user information for the user ID passed, or, if the user ID does not exist, a GETPWUID2-ERROR exception is thrown. More...
 
string getusername ()
 returns the current username More...
 
int bindex (softstring str, softstring substr, softint pos=0)
 Retrieves the byte position of a substring within a string. More...
 
int bindex ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int brindex (softstring str, softstring substr, softint pos=-1)
 Retrieves the byte position of a substring within a string, starting the search from the end of the string. More...
 
int brindex ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string chomp (string str)
 Removes the trailing end-of-line indicator ("\n" or "\r\n") from a string and returns the new string (also see the chomp operator) More...
 
*string chomp (reference str)
 Removes the trailing end-of-line indicator ("\n" or "\r\n") from a reference to a string and returns the new string (also see the chomp operator) More...
 
nothing chomp ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string chr (softint val, *string encoding)
 Returns a string containing a single ASCII character represented by the numeric value passed. More...
 
string chr (any arg)
 This function variant returns a string with a single ASCII NULL ('\0'); it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
nothing chr ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string convert_encoding (string str, string encoding)
 Performs explicit string character encoding conversions. More...
 
nothing convert_encoding ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string f_printf (string fmt,...)
 Outputs the string passed to standard output, using the first argument as a format string; enforces field widths on arguments larger than the given field width. More...
 
string f_printf ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string f_sprintf (string fmt,...)
 Returns a formatted string based on a format string and other arguments; enforces field widths on arguments larger than the given field width. More...
 
string f_sprintf ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string f_vprintf (string fmt, any varg)
 Outputs the string passed to standard output, using the first argument as a format string and a second argument giving a list or a single argument to the format string; enforces field widths on arguments larger than the given field width. More...
 
string f_vsprintf (string fmt, any varg)
 Returns a formatted string based on a format string and other arguments given as a list after the format string; enforces field widths on arguments larger than the given field width. More...
 
nothing flush ()
 Flushes output to the console output with print(), printf(), etc. More...
 
string force_encoding (string str, string encoding)
 Returns the first string argument tagged with the character encoding given as the second argument; does not actually change the string data. More...
 
nothing force_encoding ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string format_number (string fmt, softfloat num)
 Returns a string of a formatted number according to a number argument and a format string. More...
 
nothing format_number ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string get_encoding (string str)
 Returns a string describing the character encoding of the string argument passed. More...
 
nothing get_encoding ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int index (softstring str, softstring substr, softint pos=0)
 Retrieves the character position of a substring within a string. More...
 
int index ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string join (string str,...)
 Creates a string from separator string and a list of arguments. More...
 
string join (string str, list l)
 Creates a string from separator string and a list of arguments. More...
 
nothing join ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int length (softstring str)
 Returns the length in characters for the string passed. More...
 
int length (binary bin)
 Returns the number of bytes in the binary object passed as an argument. More...
 
nothing length ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int length (any arg)
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string ltrim (string str, *string chars)
 Removes byte characters from the start of a string and returns the new string. More...
 
*string ltrim (reference str, *string chars)
 Removes byte characters from the start of a reference to an lvalue containing a string and returns string after processing. More...
 
int ord (softstring str, softint offset=0)
 Gives the numeric value of the given byte in the string passed; if no string is passed or the offset is after the end of the string, -1 is returned. More...
 
int ord ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
bool parse_boolean (string str)
 tries to parse a string value as a boolean More...
 
bool parse_boolean (any val)
 returns the first value passed as a boolean More...
 
float parse_float (string str, string fmt)
 returns a number corresponding to the string and the argument, giving the format More...
 
number parse_number (string str, string fmt)
 returns a number corresponding to the string and the argument, giving the format More...
 
nothing print (...)
 Outputs a string to standard output with no formatting. More...
 
string printf (string fmt,...)
 Outputs the string passed to standard output, using the first argument as a format string; does not enforce field widths on arguments larger than the given field width. More...
 
string printf ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
bool regex (string str, string regex, int options=0)
 Returns True if the regular expression matches the string passed, otherwise returns False. More...
 
nothing regex ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
*list regex_extract (string str, string regex, int options=0)
 Returns a list of substrings in a string based on matching patterns defined by a regular expression. More...
 
nothing regex_extract ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string regex_subst (string str, string regex, string subst, int options=0)
 Returns a string with patterns substituted according to the arguments passed. More...
 
nothing regex_subst ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string replace (string str, string source, string target, int start=0, int end=-1)
 Replaces all occurrences of a substring in a string with another string. More...
 
nothing replace ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string reverse (softstring str)
 Reverses a string and returns the new string. More...
 
int rindex (softstring str, softstring substr, softint pos=-1)
 Retrieves the character position of a substring within a string, starting the search from the end of the string. More...
 
int rindex ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string rtrim (string str, *string chars)
 Removes byte characters from the end of a string and returns the new string. More...
 
*string rtrim (reference str, *string chars)
 Removes byte characters from the end of a reference to an lvalue containing a string and returns string after processing. More...
 
list split (string sep, string str, bool with_separator=False)
 Splits a string into a list of components based on a separator string. More...
 
list split (string sep, string str, string quote, bool trim_unquoted=False)
 Splits a string into a list of components based on a separator string and a quote character. More...
 
list split (binary sep, binary data)
 Returns a list of binary objects representing each component of the binary object separated by the bytes identified by the separator argument, with the separator removed. More...
 
list split ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string sprintf (string fmt,...)
 Returns a formatted string based on a format string and other arguments; does not enforce field widths on arguments larger than the given field width. More...
 
string sprintf ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int strlen (softstring str)
 Returns the length in bytes of the string argument. More...
 
nothing strlen ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int strlen (any arg)
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string strmul (softstring str, softint smul, *softint offset)
 Returns a new string with a repeated string element and optionally removing trailing characters. More...
 
string substr (softstring str, softint start)
 Returns a portion of a string starting from an integer offset. More...
 
string substr (softstring str, softint start, softint len)
 Returns a portion of a string starting from an integer offset, with a length parameter. More...
 
binary substr (binary b, softint start)
 Returns a portion of a binary object starting from an integer offset. More...
 
binary substr (binary b, softint start, softint len)
 Returns a portion of a binary object starting from an integer offset, with a length parameter. More...
 
nothing substr ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string tolower (string str)
 Returns a string in all lower-case characters based on the argument passed. More...
 
nothing tolower ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string toupper (string str)
 Returns a string in all upper-case characters based on the argument passed. More...
 
nothing toupper ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string trim (string str, *string chars)
 Removes byte characters from the start and end of a string and returns the new string (also see the trim operator) More...
 
*string trim (reference str, *string chars)
 Removes byte characters from the start and end of a reference to an lvalue containing a string and returns string after processing (also see the trim operator) More...
 
nothing trim ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string trunc_str (softstring str, softint len, *string encoding)
 Returns a truncated string with no more than the given number of bytes and optionally converted to a specific character encoding. More...
 
string vprintf (string fmt,...)
 Outputs the string passed to standard output, using the first argument as a format string and a second argument giving a list or a single argument to the format string; does not enforce field widths on arguments larger than the given field width. More...
 
string vprintf ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string vsprintf (string fmt, any varg)
 Returns a formatted string based on a format string and other arguments given as a list after the format string; does not enforce field widths on arguments larger than the given field width. More...
 
string vsprintf ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
nothing delete_all_thread_data ()
 Deletes all keys in the thread-local data hash. More...
 
nothing delete_thread_data (...)
 Deletes the data associated to one or more keys in the thread-local data hash; if the data is an object, then it is destroyed. More...
 
nothing delete_thread_data (list l)
 Deletes the data associated to one or more keys in the thread-local data hash; if the data is an object, then it is destroyed. More...
 
hash getAllThreadCallStacks ()
 Returns a hash of call stacks keyed by each TID (thread ID) More...
 
hash get_all_thread_call_stacks ()
 Returns a hash of call stacks keyed by each TID (thread ID) More...
 
hash get_all_thread_data ()
 Returns the entire thread-local data hash. More...
 
any get_thread_data (string key)
 Returns the value of the thread-local data attached to the key passed. More...
 
nothing get_thread_data ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
*TimeZone get_thread_tz ()
 Returns any TimeZone set for the current thread, NOTHING if none is set. More...
 
int gettid ()
 Returns the Qore thread ID (TID) of the current thread. More...
 
nothing mark_thread_resources ()
 Marks thread resources so that any thread resources left allocated after this call will be cleaned up when throw_thread_resource_exceptions_to_mark() is called. More...
 
int num_threads ()
 Returns the current number of threads in the process (not including the special signal handling thread) More...
 
*hash remove_thread_data (...)
 Removes the data associated to one or more keys in the thread-local data hash and returns the data removed. More...
 
hash remove_thread_data (list l)
 Removes the data associated to one or more keys in the thread-local data hash from a literal list passed as the first argument and returns the data removed. More...
 
bool remove_thread_resource (AbstractThreadResource resource)
 removes a thread resource from the current thread More...
 
bool remove_thread_resource (code resource)
 removes a callable thread resource from the current thread More...
 
nothing save_thread_data (hash h)
 Saves the data passed in the thread-local hash; all keys are merged into the thread-local hash, overwriting any information that may have been there before. More...
 
nothing save_thread_data (string key, any value)
 Saves the data passed against the key passed as an argument in thread-local storage. More...
 
nothing save_thread_data ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
bool set_thread_init (code init)
 Sets a call reference or closure to run every time a new thread is started. More...
 
nothing set_thread_resource (AbstractThreadResource resource)
 sets a thread resource for the current thread More...
 
nothing set_thread_resource (code resource, any arg)
 sets a callable thread resource for the current thread with an optional argument More...
 
nothing set_thread_tz (TimeZone zone)
 Sets the default time zone for the current thread. More...
 
nothing set_thread_tz ()
 Clears the thread-local time zone for the current thread; after this call TimeZone::get() will return the value set for the current Program. More...
 
list thread_list ()
 Returns a list of all current thread IDs. More...
 
nothing throwThreadResourceExceptions ()
 Immediately runs all thread resource cleanup routines for the current thread and throws all associated exceptions. More...
 
nothing throw_thread_resource_exceptions ()
 Immediately runs all thread resource cleanup routines for the current thread and throws all associated exceptions. More...
 
bool throw_thread_resource_exceptions_to_mark ()
 Immediately runs all thread resource cleanup routines for the current thread for thread resources created since the last call to mark_thread_resources() and throws all associated exceptions. More...
 
int clock_getmicros ()
 Returns an integer representing the system time in microseconds (1/1000000 second intervals) since Jan 1, 1970 00:00:00Z. More...
 
int clock_getmillis ()
 Returns an integer representing the system time in milliseconds (1/1000 second intervals since Jan 1, 1970 00:00) More...
 
int clock_getnanos ()
 Returns an integer representing the system time in nanoseconds (1/1000000000 second intervals) since Jan 1, 1970 00:00:00Z. More...
 
date date (date dt)
 Returns the date passed. More...
 
date date (string dtstr)
 Converts the argument to a date and returns the date. More...
 
date date (float f)
 The argument is assumed to be the number of seconds and fractions of a second since 1970-01-01 in the local time zone; this value is used to produce the date value that is returned. More...
 
date date (softint i)
 The argument is assumed to be the number of seconds since 1970-01-01 in the local time zone; this value is used to produce the date value that is returned. More...
 
date date ()
 This function just returns 1970-01-01Z. More...
 
date date (null null)
 This function just returns 1970-01-01Z. More...
 
date date (string dtstr, string mask)
 Returns the date/time value corresponding to parsing a string argument according to a format mask. More...
 
hash date_info (date dt)
 Returns a hash of broken-down date/time information for the given date argument (can be either a relative or absolute date) More...
 
hash date_info ()
 Returns a hash of broken-down date/time information for the current date and time. More...
 
date date_ms (softint ms)
 Converts an integer argument representing the offset in milliseconds from January 1, 1970 in the local time zone to a date in the local time zone. More...
 
nothing date_ms ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
date date_us (softint us)
 Converts an integer argument representing the offset in microseconds from January 1, 1970 in the local time zone to a date in the local time zone. More...
 
date days (softint days)
 Returns a relative date/time value in days based on the integer argument passed to be used in date arithmetic. More...
 
nothing days ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string format_date (string format, date dt)
 Returns a formatted string for a date argument passed. More...
 
nothing format_date ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
date getDateFromISOWeek (softint year, softint week, softint day=1)
 Retuns an absolute date value for the ISO-8601 calendar week information passed (year, week number, optional: weekday, where 1=Monday, 7=Sunday) in the current time zone. More...
 
int getDayNumber (date dt)
 Returns an integer representing the ordinal day number in the year (corresponding to the ISO-8601 day number) for the absolute date value passed. More...
 
nothing getDayNumber ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int getDayOfWeek (date dt)
 Returns an integer representing the day of the week for the absolute date value passed (0=Sunday, 6=Saturday) More...
 
nothing getDayOfWeek ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int getISODayOfWeek (date dt)
 Returns an integer representing the ISO-8601 day of the week for the absolute date value passed (1=Monday, 7=Sunday) More...
 
nothing getISODayOfWeek ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
hash getISOWeekHash (date dt)
 Returns a hash representing the ISO-8601 calendar week information for the absolute date passed (hash keys: "year", "week", "day") More...
 
nothing getISOWeekHash ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
string getISOWeekString (date dt)
 Returns a string representing the ISO-8601 calendar week information for the absolute date passed (ex: 2006-01-01 = "2005-W52-7") More...
 
nothing getISOWeekString ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
date get_date_from_iso_week (softint year, softint week, softint day=1)
 Retuns an absolute date value for the ISO-8601 calendar week information passed (year, week number, optional: weekday, where 1=Monday, 7=Sunday) in the current time zone. More...
 
int get_day_number (date dt)
 Returns an integer representing the ordinal day number in the year (corresponding to the ISO-8601 day number) for the absolute date value passed. More...
 
int get_day_of_week (date dt)
 Returns an integer representing the day of the week for the absolute date value passed (0=Sunday, 6=Saturday) More...
 
int get_days (date dt)
 Returns an integer corresponding to the literal day value in the date (does not calculate a duration) More...
 
nothing get_days ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int get_duration_microseconds (date dt)
 Returns an integer value representing the the number of microseconds of duration in the value of the date passed (can be either a relative or absolute date) More...
 
int get_duration_milliseconds (date dt)
 Returns an integer value representing the the number of milliseconds of duration in the value of the date passed (can be either a relative or absolute date) More...
 
int get_duration_seconds (date dt)
 Returns an integer value representing the the number of seconds of duration in the value of the date passed (can be either a relative or absolute date) More...
 
float get_duration_seconds_f (date dt)
 Returns a floating-point value representing the the number of seconds of duration in the value of the date passed (can be either a relative or absolute date) More...
 
int get_epoch_seconds (date dt)
 Returns the number of seconds of the date and time in local time passed since Jan 1, 1970, 00:00:00 Z (UTC); negative values are returned for dates before the epoch. More...
 
nothing get_epoch_seconds ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int get_hours (date dt)
 Returns an integer corresponding to the literal hour value in the date (does not calculate a duration) More...
 
nothing get_hours ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int get_iso_day_of_week (date dt)
 Returns an integer representing the ISO-8601 day of the week for the absolute date value passed (1=Monday, 7=Sunday) More...
 
hash get_iso_week_hash (date dt)
 Returns a hash representing the ISO-8601 calendar week information for the absolute date passed (hash keys: "year", "week", "day") More...
 
string get_iso_week_string (date dt)
 Returns a string representing the ISO-8601 calendar week information for the absolute date passed (ex: 2006-01-01 = "2005-W52-7") More...
 
int get_microseconds (date dt)
 Returns an integer corresponding to the literal microsecond value in the date (does not calculate a duration) More...
 
date get_midnight (date dt)
 Returns midnight on the date passed (strips the time component on the new value) More...
 
nothing get_midnight ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int get_milliseconds (date dt)
 Returns an integer corresponding to the literal millisecond value in the date (does not calculate a duration) More...
 
nothing get_milliseconds ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int get_minutes (date dt)
 Returns an integer corresponding to the literal minute value in the date (does not calculate a duration) More...
 
nothing get_minutes ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int get_months (date dt)
 Returns an integer corresponding to the literal month value in the date (does not calculate a duration) More...
 
nothing get_months ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int get_seconds (date dt)
 Returns an integer corresponding to the literal second value in the date (does not calculate a duration) More...
 
nothing get_seconds ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int get_years (date dt)
 Returns an integer corresponding to the literal year value in the date (does not calculate a duration) More...
 
nothing get_years ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
date gmtime ()
 Returns the current UTC (GMT) time with a resolution of a second. More...
 
date gmtime (softint secs, softint us=0)
 Returns a date/time value in UTC (GMT) from arguments giving the number of seconds and microseconds since Jan 1, 1970, 00:00:00 Z (UTC) More...
 
date gmtime (date dt)
 Returns the date and time in UTC (GMT) corresponding to the date argument passed. More...
 
date hours (softint hours)
 Returns a relative date/time value in hours based on the integer argument passed to be used in date arithmetic. More...
 
nothing hours ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
bool is_date_absolute (date dt)
 Returns True if the argument is an absolute date/time value, False if not. More...
 
bool is_date_absolute ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
bool is_date_relative (date dt)
 Returns True if the argument is an relative date/time value, False if not. More...
 
bool is_date_relative ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
date localtime ()
 Returns the current date and time with a resolution to the second. More...
 
date localtime (softint secs, softint us=0)
 Returns the date and time in the local time zone corresponding to the integer arguments passed, which are interpreted as the number of seconds and microseconds since Jan 1, 1970, 00:00:00 Z (UTC) More...
 
date localtime (date dt)
 Returns the date and time in the local time zone corresponding to the date argument passed. More...
 
date microseconds (softint us)
 Returns a relative date/time value in microseconds based on the integer argument passed to be used in date arithmetic. More...
 
date milliseconds (softint ms)
 Returns a relative date/time value in milliseconds based on the integer argument passed to be used in date arithmetic. More...
 
nothing milliseconds ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
date minutes (softint minutes)
 Returns a relative date/time value in minutes based on the integer argument passed to be used in date arithmetic. More...
 
nothing minutes ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int mktime (date dt)
 Returns the number of seconds of the date and time in local time passed since Jan 1, 1970, 00:00:00 Z (UTC); negative values are returned for dates before the epoch. More...
 
nothing mktime ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
date months (softint months)
 Returns a relative date/time value in months based on the integer argument passed to be used in date arithmetic. More...
 
nothing months ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
date now ()
 Returns the current date and time with a resolution to the second. More...
 
date now_ms ()
 Returns the current date and time with a resolution to the millisecond. More...
 
date now_us ()
 Returns the current date and time with a resolution to the microsecond. More...
 
date now_utc ()
 Returns the current UTC date and time with a resolution to the microsecond. More...
 
date seconds (softint seconds)
 Returns a relative date/time value in seconds based on the integer argument passed to be used in date arithmetic. More...
 
nothing seconds ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
int timegm (date dt)
 Returns the number of seconds since January 1, 1970 00:00:00 in the local time zone for the given date. More...
 
nothing timegm ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
date years (softint years)
 Returns a relative date/time value in years based on the integer argument passed to be used in date arithmetic. More...
 
nothing years ()
 This function variant does nothing at all; it is only included for backwards-compatibility with qore prior to version 0.8.0 for functions that would ignore type errors in arguments. More...
 
binary binary ()
 Always returns an empty binary object (of zero length) More...
 
binary binary (null x)
 Always returns an empty binary object (of zero length) More...
 
binary binary (softstring str)
 Returns a binary data type of the string passed; data types other than string will first be converted to a string and then returned as binary data. More...
 
binary binary (binary bin)
 Always returns the same binary object passed. More...
 
string binary_to_string (binary b, *string encoding)
 Returns a string created from the binary data passed, taking an optional second argument giving the string encoding; if no second argument is passed then the default character encoding is assumed. More...
 
bool boolean (any arg)
 Converts the argument to a boolean value. More...
 
float float (softfloat f)
 Converts the argument to a floating-point (float) value. More...
 
float float ()
 Always returns 0.0. More...
 
hash hash (object obj)
 Returns a hash of an object's members. More...
 
hash hash (list l)
 Returns a hash by taking even numbered list elements (starting with 0) and converting them to strings for the hash keys, and the odd numbered elements following the keys as the key value. More...
 
hash hash (list keys, list values)
 Returns a hash by taking the first list as a list of keys, and the second list as a list of values. More...
 
hash hash (hash h)
 Returns itself. More...
 
hash hash ()
 Always returns the same hash passed. More...
 
int int (string str, softint base)
 Converts the argument to an integer value. More...
 
int int (softint i)
 Converts the argument to an integer value. More...
 
int int ()
 Always returns 0. More...
 
list list (...)
 Returns a list of the arguments passed at the top level. More...
 
number number (softnumber n)
 Converts the argument to a number value. More...
 
number number ()
 Always returns 0.0. More...
 
string string (softstring str, *string enc)
 Converts the argument to a string. More...
 
string string ()
 Always returns an empty string. More...
 
string type (any arg)
 Returns a string giving the data type of the argument passed; see String Type Constants for the values returned by this function. More...
 
string typename (any arg)
 Returns a string giving the data type of the argument passed; see String Type Constants for the values returned by this function. More...
 

Variables

const NF_Default = QORE_NF_DEFAULT
 for the default format with a rounding heuristic to try to remove noise in insignificant digits from the binary to digital conversion of high-precision numbers
 
const NF_Raw = QORE_NF_RAW
 for the raw format without the noise reduction heuristic in the NF_Default format More...
 
const NF_Scientific = QORE_NF_SCIENTIFIC
 for the scientific format (exponential notation)
 
const DefaultStreamBufferSize = 4096
 The default buffer size for the BufferedStreamReader class.
 
const O_ACCMODE = O_ACCMODE
 Mask for access modes (O_RDONLY|O_WRONLY|O_RDWR)
 
const O_APPEND = O_APPEND
 Open the file in append mode (append on each write)
 
const O_CREAT = O_CREAT
 Create the file if it doesn't exist.
 
const O_DIRECT = O_DIRECT
 direct disk access hint (0 on platforms where this is not available)
 
const O_DIRECTORY = O_DIRECTORY
 must be a directory (0 on platforms where this is not available)
 
const O_EXCL = O_EXCL
 Raise an error if used with O_CREAT and the file exists.
 
const O_NDELAY = O_NDELAY
 synonym for O_NONBLOCK (untested with Qore; 0 on platforms where this is not available)
 
const O_NOCTTY = O_NOCTTY
 don't allocate controlling tty (0 on platforms where this is not available)
 
const O_NOFOLLOW = O_NOFOLLOW
 don't follow links (0 on platforms where this is not available)
 
const O_NONBLOCK = O_NONBLOCK
 non-blocking I/O (untested with Qore; 0 on platforms where this is not available)
 
const O_RDONLY = O_RDONLY
 Open the file read-only.
 
const O_RDWR = O_RDWR
 Open for reading and writing.
 
const O_SYNC = O_SYNC
 synchronized file update option (0 on platforms where this is not available)
 
const O_TRUNC = O_TRUNC
 Truncate the size to zero.
 
const O_WRONLY = O_WRONLY
 Open the file write-only.
 
const F_RDLCK = F_RDLCK
 Use for read-only locking.
 
const F_UNLCK = F_UNLCK
 Use for unlocking a lock.
 
const F_WRLCK = F_WRLCK
 Use for exclusive write locking.
 
const SEEK_CUR = SEEK_CUR
 Indicates that the offset is from the current position in the file.
 
const SEEK_END = SEEK_END
 Indicates that the offset is from the end of the file.
 
const SEEK_SET = SEEK_SET
 Indicates that the offset is from the start of the file.
 
const PO_ALLOW_BARE_REFS = PO_ALLOW_BARE_REFS
 Prohibits the use of the '$' character in variable names, method calls, and object member references. More...
 
const PO_ALLOW_INJECTION = PO_ALLOW_INJECTION
 Allows code/dependency injections in the contained Program object. More...
 
const PO_ASSUME_LOCAL = PO_ASSUME_LOCAL
 Assume local variable scope when variables are first referenced if no my or our is present. More...
 
const PO_BROKEN_INT_ASSIGNMENTS = PO_BROKEN_INT_ASSIGNMENTS
 allows for old pre-Qore 0.8.12 broken runtime int assignments where runtime type errors were ignored More...
 
const PO_BROKEN_LIST_PARSING = PO_BROKEN_LIST_PARSING
 allows for old pre-Qore 0.8.12 broken list rewriting in the parser More...
 
const PO_BROKEN_LOGIC_PRECEDENCE = PO_BROKEN_LOGIC_PRECEDENCE
 allows for old pre-Qore 0.8.12 precedence of logical and bitwise operators More...
 
const PO_BROKEN_OPERATORS = PO_BROKEN_OPERATORS
 allows for old pre-Qore 0.8.12 broken runtime parsing of multi-character operators with spaces More...
 
const PO_DEFAULT = PO_DEFAULT
 This option is the empty option, meaning no options are set.
 
const PO_FREE_OPTIONS = PO_FREE_OPTIONS
 mask of options that have no effect on code access or code safety but just affect programming style More...
 
const PO_IN_MODULE = PO_IN_MODULE
 Only set by the system when in a user module Program. More...
 
const PO_LOCKDOWN = PO_LOCKDOWN
 Sets very restrictive access; this restriction is designed to allow code to only execute logic, no I/O, no threading, no external access. More...
 
const PO_LOCK_WARNINGS = PO_LOCK_WARNINGS
 Disallows changes to the warning mask. More...
 
const PO_NEW_STYLE = PO_NEW_STYLE
 Set a more C++ or Java type programming style; prohibits usage of the "$" character and also assumes local variable scope without my. More...
 
const PO_NO_API = PO_NO_API
 Prohibits any code from being inherited into the Program object, including the system API. More...
 
const PO_NO_CHILD_PO_RESTRICTIONS = PO_NO_CHILD_PO_RESTRICTIONS
 Allows child program objects to have fewer parse restrictions (i.e. more capabilies) than the parent object. More...
 
const PO_NO_CLASS_DEFS = PO_NO_CLASS_DEFS
 Disallows class definitions. More...
 
const PO_NO_CONSTANT_DEFS = PO_NO_CONSTANT_DEFS
 Disallows constant definitions. More...
 
const PO_NO_DATABASE = PO_NO_DATABASE
 Disallows access to database functionality. More...
 
const PO_NO_EMBEDDED_LOGIC = PO_NO_EMBEDDED_LOGIC
 Prohibits embedded logic from being used.
 
const PO_NO_EXTERNAL_ACCESS = PO_NO_EXTERNAL_ACCESS
 Prohibits any external access. More...
 
const PO_NO_EXTERNAL_INFO = PO_NO_EXTERNAL_INFO
 Disallows access to functionality that provides information about the computing environment. More...
 
const PO_NO_EXTERNAL_PROCESS = PO_NO_EXTERNAL_PROCESS
 Disallows any access to external processes (with system(), backquote(), exec(), etc) More...
 
const PO_NO_FILESYSTEM = PO_NO_FILESYSTEM
 Disallows access to the filesystem. More...
 
const PO_NO_GLOBAL_VARS = PO_NO_GLOBAL_VARS
 Disallows the use of global variables. More...
 
const PO_NO_GUI = PO_NO_GUI
 Disallows access to functionality that draws graphics to the display. More...
 
const PO_NO_INHERIT_GLOBAL_VARS = PO_NO_INHERIT_GLOBAL_VARS
 Precludes global variables from being inherited into the new Program object.
 
const PO_NO_INHERIT_SYSTEM_CLASSES = PO_NO_INHERIT_SYSTEM_CLASSES
 Prohibits system classes from being imported into the new Program object. More...
 
const PO_NO_INHERIT_SYSTEM_CONSTANTS = PO_NO_INHERIT_SYSTEM_CONSTANTS
 Prohibits system constants from being imported into the new Program object. More...
 
const PO_NO_INHERIT_SYSTEM_FUNC_VARIANTS = PO_NO_INHERIT_SYSTEM_FUNC_VARIANTS
 Prohibits builtin/system function variants from being imported into the new Program object. More...
 
const PO_NO_INHERIT_USER_CLASSES = PO_NO_INHERIT_USER_CLASSES
 Prohibits user classes from being imported into the new Program object. More...
 
const PO_NO_INHERIT_USER_CONSTANTS = PO_NO_INHERIT_USER_CONSTANTS
 Prohibits user constants from being imported into the new Program object. More...
 
const PO_NO_INHERIT_USER_FUNC_VARIANTS = PO_NO_INHERIT_USER_FUNC_VARIANTS
 Precludes public user function variants from being inherited into the new Program object.
 
const PO_NO_IO = PO_NO_IO
 Prohibits all terminal and file I/O and GUI operations. More...
 
const PO_NO_LOCALE_CONTROL = PO_NO_LOCALE_CONTROL
 Disallows access to functionality that can change locale parameters. More...
 
const PO_NO_MODULES = PO_NO_MODULES
 Disallows loading modules with the %requires directive or at runtime with load_module() More...
 
const PO_NO_NAMESPACE_DEFS = PO_NO_NAMESPACE_DEFS
 Disallows new namespace definitions. More...
 
const PO_NO_NETWORK = PO_NO_NETWORK
 Disallows access to network functionality. More...
 
const PO_NO_NEW = PO_NO_NEW
 Disallows use of the new operator. More...
 
const PO_NO_PROCESS_CONTROL = PO_NO_PROCESS_CONTROL
 Disallows access to functions that would affect the current process (exit(), exec(), fork(), etc) More...
 
const PO_NO_SUBROUTINE_DEFS = PO_NO_SUBROUTINE_DEFS
 Disallows subroutine (function) definitions. More...
 
const PO_NO_SYSTEM_API = PO_NO_SYSTEM_API
 Prohibits any code from being inherited into the Program object, including the system API. More...
 
const PO_NO_SYSTEM_CLASSES = PO_NO_INHERIT_SYSTEM_CLASSES
 Prohibits system classes from being imported into the new Program object. More...
 
const PO_NO_SYSTEM_FUNC_VARIANTS = PO_NO_INHERIT_SYSTEM_FUNC_VARIANTS
 Prohibits builtin/system function variants from being imported into the new Program object. More...
 
const PO_NO_TERMINAL_IO = PO_NO_TERMINAL_IO
 Disallows access to reading from and/or writing to the terminal. More...
 
const PO_NO_THREADS = PO_NO_THREADS
 Prohibits access to all threading information. More...
 
const PO_NO_THREAD_CLASSES = PO_NO_THREAD_CLASSES
 Disallows access to any thread classes. More...
 
const PO_NO_THREAD_CONTROL = PO_NO_THREAD_CONTROL
 Disallows access to any thread-control functions and thread-relevant statements and operators (for example the background operator and the thread_exit statement) More...
 
const PO_NO_THREAD_INFO = PO_NO_THREAD_INFO
 Disallows access to functionality that provides information about threading. More...
 
const PO_NO_TOP_LEVEL_STATEMENTS = PO_NO_TOP_LEVEL_STATEMENTS
 Disallows top level code. More...
 
const PO_NO_USER_API = PO_NO_USER_API
 Prohibits any user code from being inherited into the Program object. More...
 
const PO_NO_USER_CLASSES = PO_NO_INHERIT_USER_CLASSES
 Prohibits user classes from being imported into the new Program object. More...
 
const PO_POSITIVE_OPTIONS = PO_POSITIVE_OPTIONS
 mask of all parse options allowing for more freedom (instead of less) More...
 
const PO_REQUIRE_OUR = PO_REQUIRE_OUR
 Requires global variables to be declared with our before use. More...
 
const PO_REQUIRE_PROTOTYPES = PO_REQUIRE_PROTOTYPES
 Requires all function and method parameters and return types to have type declarations. More...
 
const PO_REQUIRE_TYPES = PO_REQUIRE_TYPES
 Requires all function and method parameters, return types, variables, and object members to have type declarations. More...
 
const PO_STRICT_ARGS = PO_STRICT_ARGS
 Prohibits access to builtin functions and methods flagged with RT_NOOP and also causes errors to be raised if excess arguments are given to functions that do not access excess arguments. More...
 
const PO_STRICT_BOOLEAN_EVAL = PO_STRICT_BOOLEAN_EVAL
 Sets strict mathematical boolean evaluation runtime mode (the qore default prior to v0.8.6) More...
 
const ParseOptionCodeMap = qore(pomaps.getCodeToStringMap())
 Maps from parse option code values (as string keys) to parse option names. More...
 
const ParseOptionStringMap = qore(pomaps.getStringToCodeMap())
 Maps from parse option strings to parse option integer codes. More...
 
const WARN_ALL = QP_WARN_ALL
 Enables all warnings.
 
const WARN_CALL_WITH_TYPE_ERRORS = QP_WARN_CALL_WITH_TYPE_ERRORS
 Enables warnings when the parser determines that the argument types of a function or method call are such that the operation is guaranteed to produce a constant value. More...
 
const WARN_DEFAULT = QP_WARN_DEFAULT
 The default warning mask. More...
 
const WARN_DEPRECATED = QP_WARN_DEPRECATED
 Enables a warning when deprecated code is used. More...
 
const WARN_DUPLICATE_BLOCK_VARS = QP_WARN_DUPLICATE_BLOCK_VARS
 Enables a warning when a program declares a local variable more than once in the same block; note that this is not a warning but rather an error when assume-local or new-style parse options are set. More...
 
const WARN_DUPLICATE_GLOBAL_VARS = QP_WARN_DUPLICATE_GLOBAL_VARS
 Indicates that the embedded code has declared the same global variable more than once. More...
 
const WARN_DUPLICATE_HASH_KEY = QP_WARN_DUPLICATE_HASH_KEY
 Enables a warning when an immediate hash is declared and at least one of the keys is repeated. More...
 
const WARN_DUPLICATE_LOCAL_VARS = QP_WARN_DUPLICATE_LOCAL_VARS
 Enables a warning when a local variable with the same name is declared in a subblock (ie another local variable with the same name is reachable in the same lexical scope); note that this warning can raise false positives if the programmer is used to redeclaring the same variable names in subblocks. More...
 
const WARN_EXCESS_ARGS = QP_WARN_EXCESS_ARGS
 Enables a warning when a function or method call is made with more arguments than are used by the function or method. More...
 
const WARN_INVALID_OPERATION = QP_WARN_INVALID_OPERATION
 Indicates that the embedded code performs some operation that is guaranteed to produce no result (for example, using the [] operator on an integer value) More...
 
const WARN_MODULES = QP_WARN_MODULES
 The default warning mask for user modules. More...
 
const WARN_NONE = QP_WARN_NONE
 Represents no warning.
 
const WARN_NONEXISTENT_METHOD_CALL = QP_WARN_NONEXISTENT_METHOD_CALL
 Indicates that the embedded code is calling an unknown method in a class. More...
 
const WARN_RETURN_VALUE_IGNORED = QP_WARN_RETURN_VALUE_IGNORED
 Enables a warning when a function or method call is made with no side effects and the return value is ignored. More...
 
const WARN_UNDECLARED_VAR = QP_WARN_UNDECLARED_VAR
 Indicates that the embedded code referenced an undeclared variable that will be assumed to be a global variable. More...
 
const WARN_UNKNOWN_WARNING = QP_WARN_UNKNOWN_WARNING
 Indicates that the embedded code tried to enable or disable an unknown warning. More...
 
const WARN_UNREACHABLE_CODE = QP_WARN_UNREACHABLE_CODE
 Indicates that code cannot be reached (for example; code in the same local block after an unconditional return or thread_exit statement) More...
 
const WARN_UNREFERENCED_VARIABLE = QP_WARN_UNREFERENCED_VARIABLE
 This warning is raised when a variable is declared in a block but never referenced. More...
 
const WARN_WARNING_MASK_UNCHANGED = QP_WARN_WARNING_MASK_UNCHANGED
 This warning means that the embedded code tried to change the warning mask, but it was locked, so the warning mask was actually unchanged. More...
 
const NT_BINARY = NT_BINARY
 type code for binary values
 
const NT_BOOLEAN = NT_BOOLEAN
 type code for boolean values
 
const NT_CALLREF = NT_FUNCREF
 type code for call references
 
const NT_CLOSURE = NT_RUNTIME_CLOSURE
 type code for closures
 
const NT_DATE = NT_DATE
 type code for date/time values
 
const NT_FLOAT = NT_FLOAT
 type code for float values
 
const NT_HASH = NT_HASH
 type code for hash values
 
const NT_INT = NT_INT
 type code for integer values
 
const NT_LIST = NT_LIST
 type code for list values
 
const NT_NOTHING = NT_NOTHING
 type code for no value (NOTHING)
 
const NT_NULL = NT_NULL
 type code for NULL
 
const NT_NUMBER = NT_NUMBER
 type code for number values
 
const NT_OBJECT = NT_OBJECT
 type code for objects
 
const NT_STRING = NT_STRING
 type code for string values
 
const TypeCodeMap
 type code map, looks up type names from type code values
 
const TypeNameMap
 type name map, looks up type codes from type names
 
const False = bool(false)
 logical False
 
const True = bool(true)
 logical True
 
const NOTHING = qore(&Nothing)
 a constant representing the lack of a value
 
const NULL = qore(&Null)
 logical False
 
const ET_System = "System"
 Exception type code system exceptions (thrown in internal Qore code or in modules)
 
const ET_User = "User"
 Exception type for user exceptions (thrown by the throw statement)
 
const CT_Builtin = CT_BUILTIN
 Call type for builtin code.
 
const CT_NewThread = CT_NEWTHREAD
 Call type for the start of a new thread by the background operator.
 
const CT_Rethrow = CT_RETHROW
 Call type for an exception thrown by the rethrow statement.
 
const CT_User = CT_USER
 Call type for user code.
 
const Build = qore(new QoreBigIntNode(qore_build_number))
 The integer Qore build number.
 
const BuildHost = qore(new QoreStringNode(qore_build_host))
 The host name of the host used to build the Qore library.
 
const CFLAGS = qore(new QoreStringNode(qore_cflags))
 A string giving the C++ compiler flags used to build Qore.
 
const Compiler = qore(new QoreStringNode(qore_cplusplus_compiler))
 A string giving the C++ compiler used to build Qore.
 
const DirSep = qore(new QoreStringNode(QORE_DIR_SEP_STR))
 platform-specific directory separator character string
 
const LDFLAGS = qore(new QoreStringNode(qore_ldflags))
 A string giving the linker flags used to build Qore.
 
const MACHINE_MSB = bool(Q_MACHINE_MSB)
 True if the current machine uses big-endian or MSB byte order or False if the current machine uses little-endian or LSB byte order
 
const Platform = ("OS": qore(new QoreStringNode(TARGET_OS)), "CPU": qore(new QoreStringNode(TARGET_ARCH)), "Unix": bool(Q_IS_UNIX), "Windows": bool(Q_IS_WINDOWS))
 hash of platform information
 
const PlatformCPU = qore(new QoreStringNode(TARGET_ARCH))
 The string for the platform's CPU architecture.
 
const PlatformOS = qore(new QoreStringNode(TARGET_OS))
 A string giving the platform operating-system name.
 
const VersionMajor = qore(new QoreBigIntNode(qore_version_major))
 The integer Qore major version number.
 
const VersionMinor = qore(new QoreBigIntNode(qore_version_minor))
 The integer Qore minor version number.
 
const VersionString = qore(new QoreStringNode(qore_version_string))
 The full Qore version string.
 
const VersionSub = qore(new QoreBigIntNode(qore_version_sub))
 The integer Qore sub version number.
 
const SOURCE_FILE = QORE_SOURCE_FILE
 File class source code
 
const SOURCE_FTPCLIENT = QORE_SOURCE_FTPCLIENT
 FtpClient class source code
 
const SOURCE_HTTPCLIENT = QORE_SOURCE_HTTPCLIENT
 HTTPClient class source code
 
const SOURCE_SOCKET = QORE_SOURCE_SOCKET
 Socket class source code
 
const EVENT_MAP
 Maps from Event Constants (the keys) to descriptive strings (the values)
 
const EVENT_SOURCE_MAP
 Maps from Event Source Constants (the keys) to descriptive strings (the values)
 
const EVENT_CHANNEL_CLOSED = QORE_EVENT_CHANNEL_CLOSED
 Raised when a socket or file is closed.
 
const EVENT_CONNECTED = QORE_EVENT_CONNECTED
 Raised when the socket connection has been established.
 
const EVENT_CONNECTING = QORE_EVENT_CONNECTING
 Raised right before a socket connection attempt is made.
 
const EVENT_DATA_READ = QORE_EVENT_DATA_READ
 Raised when data has been read from a file.
 
const EVENT_DATA_WRITTEN = QORE_EVENT_DATA_WRITTEN
 Raised when data has been written to a file.
 
const EVENT_DELETED = QORE_EVENT_DELETED
 Raised when the object being monitored is deleted.
 
const EVENT_FILE_OPENED = QORE_EVENT_FILE_OPENED
 Raised when a file has been successfully opened.
 
const EVENT_FTP_MESSAGE_RECEIVED = QORE_EVENT_FTP_MESSAGE_RECEIVED
 Raised when an FTP reply is received on the control channel.
 
const EVENT_FTP_SEND_MESSAGE = QORE_EVENT_FTP_SEND_MESSAGE
 Raised immediately before an FTP control message is sent.
 
const EVENT_HOSTNAME_LOOKUP = QORE_EVENT_HOSTNAME_LOOKUP
 Raised when a hostname lookup is started.
 
const EVENT_HOSTNAME_RESOLVED = QORE_EVENT_HOSTNAME_RESOLVED
 Raised when a hostname lookup is resolved.
 
const EVENT_HTTP_CHUNKED_DATA_RECEIVED = QORE_EVENT_HTTP_CHUNKED_DATA_RECEIVED
 Raised when a block of HTTP chunked data is received.
 
const EVENT_HTTP_CHUNKED_END = QORE_EVENT_HTTP_CHUNKED_END
 Raised when all HTTP chunked data has been received.
 
const EVENT_HTTP_CHUNKED_START = QORE_EVENT_HTTP_CHUNKED_START
 Raised when HTTP chunked data is about to be received.
 
const EVENT_HTTP_CHUNK_SIZE = QORE_EVENT_HTTP_CHUNK_SIZE
 Raised when the next chunk size for HTTP chunked data is known.
 
const EVENT_HTTP_CONTENT_LENGTH = QORE_EVENT_HTTP_CONTENT_LENGTH
 Raised when the HTTP "Content-Length" header is received.
 
const EVENT_HTTP_FOOTERS_RECEIVED = QORE_EVENT_HTTP_FOOTERS_RECEIVED
 Raised when HTTP footers are received.
 
const EVENT_HTTP_MESSAGE_RECEIVED = QORE_EVENT_HTTP_MESSAGE_RECEIVED
 Raised when an HTTP message is received.
 
const EVENT_HTTP_REDIRECT = QORE_EVENT_HTTP_REDIRECT
 Raised when an HTTP redirect message is received.
 
const EVENT_HTTP_SEND_MESSAGE = QORE_EVENT_HTTP_SEND_MESSAGE
 Raised when an HTTP message is sent.
 
const EVENT_OPEN_FILE = QORE_EVENT_OPEN_FILE
 Raised right before a file is opened.
 
const EVENT_PACKET_READ = QORE_EVENT_PACKET_READ
 Raised when a network packet is received.
 
const EVENT_PACKET_SENT = QORE_EVENT_PACKET_SENT
 Raised when a network packet is sent.
 
const EVENT_SSL_ESTABLISHED = QORE_EVENT_SSL_ESTABLISHED
 Raised when SSL communication has been negotiated and established.
 
const EVENT_START_SSL = QORE_EVENT_START_SSL
 Raised when socket SSL negotiation starts.
 
const stderr = qore(QC_FILE->execSystemConstructor(2))
 system constant for stderr (file descriptor 2)
 
const stdin = qore(QC_FILE->execSystemConstructor(0))
 system constant for stdin (file descriptor 0)
 
const stdout = qore(QC_FILE->execSystemConstructor(1))
 system constant for stdout (file descriptor 1)
 
const S_IFBLK = S_IFBLK
 Bitmask signifying if the file is a block special (device) file.
 
const S_IFCHR = S_IFCHR
 Bit signifying if the file is a character special (device) file.
 
const S_IFDIR = S_IFDIR
 Bit signifying if the entry is a directory.
 
const S_IFLNK = S_IFLNK
 Bitmask signifying if the file is a symbolic link; equal to 0 on native Windows ports.
 
const S_IFMT = S_IFMT
 File type bitmask
 
const S_IFREG = S_IFREG
 Bit signifying if the file is a regular file.
 
const S_IFSOCK = S_IFSOCK
 Bitmask signifying if the file is a socket file; equal to 0 on native Windows ports.
 
const S_IFWHT = S_IFWHT
 Bitmask signifying if the file is a whiteout file; equal to 0 on native Windows ports.
 
const S_IRGRP = S_IRGRP
 Bit signifying if the file's group has read permissions; equal to 0 on native Windows ports.
 
const S_IROTH = S_IROTH
 Bit signifying if other has read permissions; equal to 0 on native Windows ports.
 
const S_IRUSR = S_IRUSR
 Bit signifying if the file's owner has read permissions.
 
const S_IRWXG = S_IRWXG
 Bitmask giving the RWX mask for the group; equal to 0 on native Windows ports.
 
const S_IRWXO = S_IRWXO
 Bitmask giving the RWX mask for other; equal to 0 on native Windows ports.
 
const S_IRWXU = S_IRWXU
 Bitmask giving the RWX mask for the owner.
 
const S_ISGID = S_ISGID
 Bit signifying set group id on execution; equal to 0 on native Windows ports.
 
const S_ISUID = S_ISUID
 Bit signifying set user id on execution; equal to 0 on native Windows ports.
 
const S_ISVTX = S_ISVTX
 Bit signifying restricted deletes for directories; equal to 0 on native Windows ports.
 
const S_IWGRP = S_IWGRP
 Bit signifying if the file's group has write permissions; equal to 0 on native Windows ports.
 
const S_IWOTH = S_IWOTH
 Bit signifying if other has write permissions; equal to 0 on native Windows ports.
 
const S_IWUSR = S_IWUSR
 Bit signifying if the file's owner has write permissions.
 
const S_IXGRP = S_IXGRP
 Bit signifying if the file's group has execute permissions; equal to 0 on native Windows ports.
 
const S_IXOTH = S_IXOTH
 Bit signifying if other has execute permissions; equal to 0 on native Windows ports.
 
const S_IXUSR = S_IXUSR
 Bit signifying if the file's owner has execute permissions.
 
const X509_V_ERR_AKID_ISSUER_SERIAL_MISMATCH = "X509_V_ERR_AKID_ISSUER_SERIAL_MISMATCH"
 Issuer name and serial number of candidate certificate do not match the authority key identifier of the current certificate.
 
const X509_V_ERR_AKID_SKID_MISMATCH = "X509_V_ERR_AKID_SKID_MISMATCH"
 The current candidate issuer certificate was rejected because its subject key identifier was present and did not match the authority key identifier of the current certificate.
 
const X509_V_ERR_APPLICATION_VERIFICATION = "X509_V_ERR_APPLICATION_VERIFICATION"
 Verification failure.
 
const X509_V_ERR_CERT_CHAIN_TOO_LONG = "X509_V_ERR_CERT_CHAIN_TOO_LONG"
 Certificate chain too long.
 
const X509_V_ERR_CERT_HAS_EXPIRED = "X509_V_ERR_CERT_HAS_EXPIRED"
 Certificate has expired.
 
const X509_V_ERR_CERT_NOT_YET_VALID = "X509_V_ERR_CERT_NOT_YET_VALID"
 Certificate is not yet valid.
 
const X509_V_ERR_CERT_REJECTED = "X509_V_ERR_CERT_REJECTED"
 Root CA is marked to reject the specified purpose.
 
const X509_V_ERR_CERT_REVOKED = "X509_V_ERR_CERT_REVOKED"
 Certificate has been revoked.
 
const X509_V_ERR_CERT_SIGNATURE_FAILURE = "X509_V_ERR_CERT_SIGNATURE_FAILURE"
 Certificate signature failure; the signature of the certificate is invalid.
 
const X509_V_ERR_CERT_UNTRUSTED = "X509_V_ERR_CERT_UNTRUSTED"
 Root CA is not marked as trusted for the specified purpose.
 
const X509_V_ERR_CRL_HAS_EXPIRED = "X509_V_ERR_CRL_HAS_EXPIRED"
 CRL has expired.
 
const X509_V_ERR_CRL_NOT_YET_VALID = "X509_V_ERR_CRL_NOT_YET_VALID"
 CRL is not yet valid.
 
const X509_V_ERR_CRL_SIGNATURE_FAILURE = "X509_V_ERR_CRL_SIGNATURE_FAILURE"
 CRL signature failure; the signature of the certificate is invalid.
 
const X509_V_ERR_DEPTH_ZERO_SELF_SIGNED_CERT = "X509_V_ERR_DEPTH_ZERO_SELF_SIGNED_CERT"
 Certificate is self-signed and cannot be found in the trusted list.
 
const X509_V_ERR_ERROR_IN_CERT_NOT_AFTER_FIELD = "X509_V_ERR_ERROR_IN_CERT_NOT_AFTER_FIELD"
 Format error in certificate's notAfter field (invalid time)
 
const X509_V_ERR_ERROR_IN_CERT_NOT_BEFORE_FIELD = "X509_V_ERR_ERROR_IN_CERT_NOT_BEFORE_FIELD"
 Format error in certificate's notBefore field (invalid time)
 
const X509_V_ERR_ERROR_IN_CRL_LAST_UPDATE_FIELD = "X509_V_ERR_ERROR_IN_CRL_LAST_UPDATE_FIELD"
 Format error in CRL's lastUpdate field (invalid time)
 
const X509_V_ERR_ERROR_IN_CRL_NEXT_UPDATE_FIELD = "X509_V_ERR_ERROR_IN_CRL_NEXT_UPDATE_FIELD"
 Format error in CRL's nextUpdate field (invalid time)
 
const X509_V_ERR_INVALID_CA = "X509_V_ERR_INVALID_CA"
 Invalid CA certificate.
 
const X509_V_ERR_INVALID_PURPOSE = "X509_V_ERR_INVALID_PURPOSE"
 The certificate cannot be used for the specified purpose.
 
const X509_V_ERR_KEYUSAGE_NO_CERTSIGN = "X509_V_ERR_KEYUSAGE_NO_CERTSIGN"
 The keyUsage extension does not permit certificate signing.
 
const X509_V_ERR_OUT_OF_MEM = "X509_V_ERR_OUT_OF_MEM"
 Out of memory error.
 
const X509_V_ERR_PATH_LENGTH_EXCEEDED = "X509_V_ERR_PATH_LENGTH_EXCEEDED"
 The basicConstraints pathlength parameter has been exceeded.
 
const X509_V_ERR_SELF_SIGNED_CERT_IN_CHAIN = "X509_V_ERR_SELF_SIGNED_CERT_IN_CHAIN"
 Self signed certificate in certificate chain.
 
const X509_V_ERR_SUBJECT_ISSUER_MISMATCH = "X509_V_ERR_SUBJECT_ISSUER_MISMATCH"
 The current candidate issuer certificate was rejected because its subject name did not match the issuer name of the current certificate.
 
const X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_DECODE_ISSUER_PUBLIC_KEY = "X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_DECODE_ISSUER_PUBLIC_KEY"
 Unable to decode issuer public key (SubjectPublicKeyInfo)
 
const X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_DECRYPT_CERT_SIGNATURE = "X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_DECRYPT_CERT_SIGNATURE"
 Unable to decrypt certificate's signature. This means that the actual signature value could not be determined rather than it not matching the expected value; this is only meaningful for RSA.
 
const X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_DECRYPT_CRL_SIGNATURE = "X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_DECRYPT_CRL_SIGNATURE"
 Unable to decrypt CRL's signature.
 
const X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_GET_CRL = "X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_GET_CRL"
 Unable to get certificate CRL.
 
const X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_GET_ISSUER_CERT = "X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_GET_ISSUER_CERT"
 Unable to get issuer certificate.
 
const X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_GET_ISSUER_CERT_LOCALLY = "X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_GET_ISSUER_CERT_LOCALLY"
 Unable to get local issuer certificate. This normally means the list of trusted certificates is not complete.
 
const X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_VERIFY_LEAF_SIGNATURE = "X509_V_ERR_UNABLE_TO_VERIFY_LEAF_SIGNATURE"
 Unable to verify the first certificate.
 
const X509_V_OK = "X509_V_OK"
 Verification OK.
 
const X509_VerificationReasons
 maps from varification strings to verification code descriptions
 
const AFMap = qore(get_network_address_family_map())
 mapping from Network Address Family Constants to string codes
 
const AFStrMap
 mapping from network address family string codes to Network Address Family Constants
 
const AF_INET = AF_INET
 IPv4 address family.
 
const AF_INET6 = AF_INET6
 IPv6 address family.
 
const AF_LOCAL = AF_LOCAL
 POSIX synonym for AF_UNIX.
 
const AF_UNIX = AF_UNIX
 UNIX domain address family (UNIX socket files)
 
const AF_UNSPEC = AF_UNSPEC
 unspecified address family
 
const AI_ADDRCONFIG = AI_ADDRCONFIG
 if this bit is set, addresses of each family are returned only if they are configured on the system
 
const AI_ALL = AI_ALL
 If this bit is set along with AI_V4MAPPED then all matching IPv6 and IPv4 addresses are returned.
 
const AI_CANONNAME = AI_CANONNAME
 If this bit is set, then getaddrinfo() will return the canonical name of the hostname in the "canonname" key of the first element returned.
 
const AI_NUMERICHOST = AI_NUMERICHOST
 If this bit is set, then the host is assumed to be an address and no hostname lookup will be preformed.
 
const AI_NUMERICSERV = AI_NUMERICSERV
 If this bit is set, then the service is assumed to be a numeric port string, and no service lookup will be performed. More...
 
const AI_PASSIVE = AI_PASSIVE
 If this bit is set, then the returned information should be usable for a call to Socket::bind() More...
 
const AI_V4MAPPED = AI_V4MAPPED
 If this bit is set, getaddrinfo() will return IPv4-mapped IPv6 addresses on finding no matching IPv6 addresses/. More...
 
const IPPROTO_TCP = IPPROTO_TCP
 for the TCP protocol
 
const IPPROTO_UDP = IPPROTO_UDP
 for the UDP protocol
 
const SOCK_DGRAM = SOCK_DGRAM
 for datagrams (connectionless, unreliable messages of a fixed (typically small) maximum length
 
const SOCK_RAW = SOCK_RAW
 raw socket interface, only available to the superuser, untested
 
const SOCK_STREAM = SOCK_STREAM
 for sequenced, reliable, two-way connection-based byte streams (the default)
 
const ALTWERASE = ALTWERASE
 use alternate WERASE algorithm
 
const ECHO = ECHO
 enable echoing
 
const ECHOCTL = ECHOCTL
 echo control chars as ^(Char)
 
const ECHOE = ECHOE
 visually erase chars
 
const ECHOKE = ECHOKE
 visual erase for line kill
 
const ECHONL = ECHONL
 echo NL even if ECHO is off
 
const ECHOPRT = ECHOPRT
 visual erase mode for hardcopy
 
const EXTPROC = EXTPROC
 external processing
 
const FLUSHO = FLUSHO
 output being flushed (state)
 
const ICANON = ICANON
 canonicalize input lines
 
const IEXTEN = IEXTEN
 enable DISCARD and LNEXT
 
const ISIG = ISIG
 enable signals INTR, QUIT, [D]SUSP
 
const NOFLSH = NOFLSH
 don't flush after interrupt
 
const NOKERNINFO = NOKERNINFO
 no kernel output from VSTATUS
 
const PENDIN = PENDIN
 retype pending input (state)
 
const TOSTOP = TOSTOP
 stop background jobs from output
 
const CCAR_OFLOW = CCAR_OFLOW
 DCD flow control of output.
 
const CCTS_OFLOW = CCTS_OFLOW
 CTS flow control of output.
 
const CDSR_OFLOW = CDSR_OFLOW
 DSR flow control of output.
 
const CLOCAL = CLOCAL
 ignore modem status lines
 
const CREAD = CREAD
 enable receiver
 
const CRTSCTS = CRTSCTS
 CTS flow control of output and RTS flow control of input.
 
const CRTS_IFLOW = CRTS_IFLOW
 RTS flow control of input.
 
const CS5 = CS5
 character size mask: 5 bits
 
const CS6 = CS6
 character size mask: 6 bits
 
const CS7 = CS7
 character size mask: 7 bits
 
const CS8 = CS8
 character size mask: 8 bits
 
const CSIZE = CSIZE
 character size mask
 
const CSTOPB = CSTOPB
 send 2 stop bits
 
const HUPCL = HUPCL
 hang up on last close
 
const MDMBUF = MDMBUF
 old name for CCAR_OFLOW
 
const PARENB = PARENB
 parity enable
 
const PARODD = PARODD
 odd parity, else even
 
const OCRNL = OCRNL
 map CR to NL on output
 
const ONLCR = ONLCR
 map NL to CR-NL (ala CRMOD)
 
const ONLRET = ONLRET
 NL performs CR function.
 
const ONOCR = ONOCR
 no CR output at column 0
 
const ONOEOT = ONOEOT
 discard EOT's (^D) on output
 
const OPOST = OPOST
 enable following output processing
 
const OXTABS = OXTABS
 expand tabs to spaces
 
const BRKINT = BRKINT
 map BREAK to SIGINTR
 
const ICRNL = ICRNL
 map CR to NL (ala CRMOD)
 
const IGNBRK = IGNBRK
 ignore BREAK condition
 
const IGNCR = IGNCR
 ignore CR
 
const IGNPAR = IGNPAR
 ignore (discard) parity errors
 
const IMAXBEL = IMAXBEL
 ring bell on input queue full
 
const INLCR = INLCR
 map NL into CR
 
const INPCK = INPCK
 enable checking of parity errors
 
const ISTRIP = ISTRIP
 strip 8th bit off chars
 
const IXANY = IXANY
 any char will restart after stop
 
const IXOFF = IXOFF
 enable input flow control
 
const IXON = IXON
 enable output flow control
 
const PARMRK = PARMRK
 mark parity and framing errors
 
const VDISCARD = VDISCARD
 subscript for the VDISCARD character
 
const VDSUSP = VDSUSP
 subscript for the VDSUSP character
 
const VEOF = VEOF
 subscript for the EOF character
 
const VEOL = VEOL
 subscript for the EOL character
 
const VEOL2 = VEOL2
 subscript for the EOL2 character
 
const VERASE = VERASE
 subscript for the VERASE character
 
const VINTR = VINTR
 subscript for the VINTR character
 
const VKILL = VKILL
 subscript for the VKILL character
 
const VLNEXT = VLNEXT
 subscript for the VLNEXT character
 
const VMIN = VMIN
 subscript for the VMIN value
 
const VQUIT = VQUIT
 subscript for the VQUIT character
 
const VREPRINT = VREPRINT
 subscript for the VREPRINT character
 
const VSTART = VSTART
 subscript for the VSTART character
 
const VSTATUS = VSTATUS
 subscript for the character
 
const VSTOP = VSTOP
 subscript for the VSTOP character
 
const VSUSP = VSUSP
 subscript for the VSUSP character
 
const VTIME = VTIME
 subscript for the VTIME value
 
const VWERASE = VWERASE
 subscript for the VWERASE character
 
const _POSIX_VDISABLE = _POSIX_VDISABLE
 if the value of any key is this value, it means that the key is disabled
 
const TCSADRAIN = TCSADRAIN
 drain output, then change
 
const TCSAFLUSH = TCSAFLUSH
 drain output, flush input
 
const TCSANOW = TCSANOW
 make change immediate
 
const TCSASOFT = TCSASOFT
 flag - don't alter hardware state
 
const BZ2_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION = BZ2_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION
 gives the default compression level for the bzip2() function, providing a trade-off between compression speed and compression size (value: 3)
 
const Z_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION = Z_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION
 gives the default compression level for the compress() and gzip() functions, providing a trade-off between compression speed and compression size
 
const DefaultIV = <0000000000000000>
 The default initialization vector is simply a 8-byte string of nulls.
 
const MAXINT = LLONG_MAX
 largest integer More...
 
const MININT = qore(new QoreBigIntNode(-LLONG_MAX - 1))
 smallest integer More...
 
const M_PI = 3.14159265358979323846
 PI (floating-point)
 
const M_PIn = qore(pi_number())
 PI (arbitrary-precision numeric) More...
 
const CE_ALL = CE_ALL
 code for encoding everything More...
 
const CE_HTML = CE_HTML
 code for encoding HTML 5 symbols as named character references More...
 
const CE_NONASCII = CE_NONASCII
 code for encoding all non-ASCII symbols as numeric character references More...
 
const CE_XHTML = CE_XHTML
 code for encoding XHTML entities More...
 
const CE_XML = CE_XML
 code for encoding XML entities More...
 
const CD_ALL = CD_ALL
 code for decoding everything More...
 
const CD_HTML = CD_HTML
 code for decoding HTML 5 named character references to their native symbols More...
 
const CD_NUM_REF = CD_NUM_REF
 code for decoding numeric character references to symbols More...
 
const CD_XHTML = CD_XHTML
 code for decoding XHTML named character references to symbols More...
 
const CD_XML = CD_XML
 code for decoding XML entities More...
 
const NameToSignal
 maps signal names to signal values
 
const SIGABRT = SIGABRT
 SIGABRT.
 
const SIGALRM = SIGALRM
 SIGALRM.
 
const SIGBUS = SIGBUS
 SIGBUS.
 
const SIGCANCEL = SIGCANCEL
 SIGCANCEL.
 
const SIGCHLD = SIGCHLD
 SIGCHLD.
 
const SIGCLD = SIGCLD
 SIGCLD.
 
const SIGCONT = SIGCONT
 SIGCONT.
 
const SIGEMT = SIGEMT
 SIGEMT.
 
const SIGFPE = SIGFPE
 SIGFPE.
 
const SIGFREEZE = SIGFREEZE
 SIGFREEZE.
 
const SIGHUP = SIGHUP
 SIGHUP.
 
const SIGILL = SIGILL
 SIGILL.
 
const SIGINFO = SIGINFO
 SIGINFO.
 
const SIGINT = SIGINT
 SIGINT.
 
const SIGIO = SIGIO
 SIGIO.
 
const SIGIOT = SIGIOT
 SIGIOT.
 
const SIGJVM1 = SIGJVM1
 SIGJVM1.
 
const SIGJVM2 = SIGJVM2
 SIGJVM2.
 
const SIGKILL = SIGKILL
 SIGKILL.
 
const SIGLOST = SIGLOST
 SIGLOST.
 
const SIGLWP = SIGLWP
 SIGLWP.
 
const SIGPIPE = SIGPIPE
 SIGPIPE.
 
const SIGPOLL = SIGPOLL
 SIGPOLL.
 
const SIGPROF = SIGPROF
 SIGPROF.
 
const SIGPWR = SIGPWR
 SIGPWR.
 
const SIGQUIT = SIGQUIT
 SIGQUIT.
 
const SIGSEGV = SIGSEGV
 SIGSEGV.
 
const SIGSTKFLT = SIGSTKFLT
 SIGSTKFLT.
 
const SIGSTOP = SIGSTOP
 SIGSTOP.
 
const SIGSYS = SIGSYS
 SIGSYS.
 
const SIGTERM = SIGTERM
 SIGTERM.
 
const SIGTHAW = SIGTHAW
 SIGTHAW.
 
const SIGTRAP = SIGTRAP
 SIGTRAP.
 
const SIGTSTP = SIGTSTP
 SIGTSTP.
 
const SIGTTIN = SIGTTIN
 SIGTTIN.
 
const SIGTTOU = SIGTTOU
 SIGTTOU.
 
const SIGURG = SIGURG
 SIGURG.
 
const SIGUSR1 = SIGUSR1
 SIGUSR1.
 
const SIGUSR2 = SIGUSR2
 SIGUSR2.
 
const SIGVTALRM = SIGVTALRM
 SIGVTALRM.
 
const SIGWAITING = SIGWAITING
 SIGWAITING.
 
const SIGWINCH = SIGWINCH
 SIGWINCH.
 
const SIGXCPU = SIGXCPU
 SIGXCPU.
 
const SIGXFSZ = SIGXFSZ
 SIGXFSZ.
 
const SIGXRES = SIGXRES
 SIGXRES.
 
const SignalToName
 maps signal numbers (as a string key) to the symbolic name for the signal
 
const RE_Caseless = PCRE_CASELESS
 Ignores case when matching regular expressions, equivalent to /i
 
const RE_DotAll = PCRE_DOTALL
 makes a dot (.) match a newline character, equivalent to /s
 
const RE_Extended = PCRE_EXTENDED
 ignores whitespace characters and enables comments prefixed by #, equivalent to /x
 
const RE_Global = QRE_GLOBAL
 replace all matches globally in the string or extract all occurrences of the pattern(s) in the string, equivalent to /g
 
const RE_MultiLine = PCRE_MULTILINE
 makes start-of-line (^) or end-of-line ($) match after or before any newline in the subject string, equivalent to /m
 

Detailed Description

main Qore-language namespace

Qore namespace.