ROSE
0.11.23.0

Base class for symbolic expression nodes.
Every node has a specified width measured in bits that is constant over the life of the node. The width is always a concrete, positive value stored in a 64bit field. The corollary of this invariant is that if an expression's result width depends on the values of some of its arguments, those arguments must be concrete and not wider than 64 bits. Only a few operators fall into this category since most expressions depend on the widths of their arguments rather than the values of their arguments.
In order that subtrees can be freely assigned as children of other nodes (provided the structure as a whole remains a lattice and not a graph with cycles), two things are required: First, expression tree nodes are always referenced through sharedownership pointers that collectively own the expression node (expressions are never explicitly deleted). Second, expression nodes are immutable once they're instantiated. There are a handful of exceptions to the immutable rule: comments and attributes are allowed to change freely since they're not significant to hashing or arithmetic operations.
Each node has a bit flags property, the bits of which are defined by the user. New nodes are created having all bits cleared unless the user specifies a value in the constructor. Bits are significant for hashing. Simplifiers produce result expressions whose bits are set in a predictable manner with the following rules:
add
operation.(ule v1 v1)
results in true with flags the same as v1
. Definition at line 462 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
#include <BinarySymbolicExpr.h>
Classes  
class  WithFormatter 
A node with formatter. More...  
Public Member Functions  
Type  type () const 
Type of value. More...  
virtual bool  mustEqual (const Ptr &other, const SmtSolverPtr &solver=SmtSolverPtr())=0 
Returns true if two expressions must be equal (cannot be unequal). More...  
virtual bool  mayEqual (const Ptr &other, const SmtSolverPtr &solver=SmtSolverPtr())=0 
Returns true if two expressions might be equal, but not necessarily be equal. More...  
virtual bool  isEquivalentTo (const Ptr &other)=0 
Tests two expressions for structural equivalence. More...  
virtual int  compareStructure (const Ptr &other)=0 
Compare two expressions structurally for sorting. More...  
virtual Ptr  substitute (const Ptr &from, const Ptr &to, const SmtSolverPtr &solver=SmtSolverPtr())=0 
Substitute one value for another. More...  
Ptr  substituteMultiple (const ExprExprHashMap &substitutions, const SmtSolverPtr &solver=SmtSolverPtr()) 
Rewrite expression by substituting subexpressions. More...  
Ptr  renameVariables (ExprExprHashMap &index, size_t &nextVariableId, const SmtSolverPtr &solver=SmtSolverPtr()) 
Rewrite using lowest numbered variable names. More...  
virtual Operator  getOperator () const =0 
Operator for interior nodes. More...  
virtual size_t  nChildren () const =0 
Number of arguments. More...  
virtual Ptr  child (size_t idx) const =0 
Argument. More...  
virtual const Nodes &  children () const =0 
Arguments. More...  
virtual Sawyer::Optional< uint64_t >  toUnsigned () const =0 
The unsigned integer value of the expression. More...  
virtual Sawyer::Optional< int64_t >  toSigned () const =0 
The signed integer value of the expression. More...  
bool  isIntegerExpr () const 
True if this expression is of an integer type. More...  
bool  isFloatingPointExpr () const 
True if this expression is of a floatingpoint type. More...  
bool  isMemoryExpr () const 
True if this expression is of a memory type. More...  
bool  isScalarExpr () const 
True if the expression is a scalar type. More...  
virtual bool  isConstant () const =0 
True if this expression is a constant. More...  
bool  isIntegerConstant () const 
True if this expression is an integer constant. More...  
bool  isFloatingPointConstant () const 
True if this epxression is a floatingpoint constant. More...  
bool  isScalarConstant () const 
True if this expression is a scalar constant. More...  
bool  isFloatingPointNan () const 
True if this expression is a floatingpoint NaN constant. More...  
virtual bool  isVariable2 () const =0 
True if this expression is a variable. More...  
Sawyer::Optional< uint64_t >  variableId () const 
Variable ID number. More...  
bool  isIntegerVariable () const 
True if this expression is an integer variable. More...  
bool  isFloatingPointVariable () const 
True if this expression is a floatingpoint variable. More...  
bool  isMemoryVariable () const 
True if this expression is a memory state variable. More...  
bool  isScalarVariable () const 
True if this expression is a scalar variable. More...  
size_t  nBits () const 
Property: Number of significant bits. More...  
unsigned  flags () const 
Property: Userdefined bit flags. More...  
Ptr  newFlags (unsigned flags) const 
Sets flags. More...  
size_t  domainWidth () const 
Property: Width for memory expressions. More...  
bool  isScalar () const 
Check whether expression is scalar. More...  
virtual VisitAction  depthFirstTraversal (Visitor &) const =0 
Traverse the expression. More...  
virtual uint64_t  nNodes () const =0 
Computes the size of an expression by counting the number of nodes. More...  
uint64_t  nNodesUnique () const 
Number of unique nodes in expression. More...  
std::set< LeafPtr >  getVariables () const 
Returns the variables appearing in the expression. More...  
InteriorPtr  isInteriorNode () const 
Dynamic cast of this object to an interior node. More...  
LeafPtr  isLeafNode () const 
Dynamic cast of this object to a leaf node. More...  
bool  isHashed () const 
Returns true if this node has a hash value computed and cached. More...  
Hash  hash () const 
Returns (and caches) the hash value for this node. More...  
void  hash (Hash) 
void  assertAcyclic () const 
Asserts that expressions are acyclic. More...  
std::vector< Ptr >  findCommonSubexpressions () const 
Find common subexpressions. More...  
bool  matchAddVariableConstant (LeafPtr &variable, LeafPtr &constant) const 
Determine whether an expression is a variable plus a constant. More...  
InteriorPtr  isOperator (Operator) const 
True (nonnull) if this node is the specified operator. More...  
bool  isNumber () const ROSE_DEPRECATED("use isIntegerConstant instead") 
uint64_t  toInt () ROSE_DEPRECATED("use toUnsigned() instead") 
const std::string &  comment () const 
Property: Comment. More...  
void  comment (const std::string &s) 
Property: Comment. More...  
void  userData (boost::any &data) 
Property: Userdefined data. More...  
const boost::any &  userData () const 
Property: Userdefined data. More...  
WithFormatter  withFormat (Formatter &fmt) 
Combines a node with a formatter for printing. More...  
WithFormatter  operator+ (Formatter &fmt) 
Combines a node with a formatter for printing. More...  
virtual void  print (std::ostream &, Formatter &) const =0 
Print the expression to a stream. More...  
void  print (std::ostream &o) const 
Print the expression to a stream. More...  
Public Member Functions inherited from Sawyer::SharedObject  
SharedObject ()  
Default constructor. More...  
SharedObject (const SharedObject &)  
Copy constructor. More...  
virtual  ~SharedObject () 
Virtual destructor. More...  
SharedObject &  operator= (const SharedObject &) 
Assignment. More...  
Public Member Functions inherited from Sawyer::SharedFromThis< Node >  
SharedPointer< Node >  sharedFromThis () 
Create a shared pointer from this . More...  
SharedPointer< const Node >  sharedFromThis () const 
Create a shared pointer from this . More...  
Public Member Functions inherited from Sawyer::Attribute::Storage<>  
Storage ()  
Default constructor. More...  
Storage (const Storage &other)  
Copy constructor. More...  
Storage &  operator= (const Storage &other) 
Assignment operator. More...  
bool  attributeExists (Id id) const 
Check attribute existence. More...  
void  eraseAttribute (Id id) 
Erase an attribute. More...  
void  clearAttributes () 
Erase all attributes. More...  
void  setAttribute (Id id, const T &value) 
Store an attribute. More...  
bool  setAttributeMaybe (Id id, const T &value) 
Store an attribute if not already present. More...  
T  getAttribute (Id id) const 
Get an attribute that is known to exist. More...  
T  attributeOrElse (Id id, const T &dflt) const 
Return an attribute or a specified value. More...  
T  attributeOrDefault (Id id) const 
Return an attribute or a defaultconstructed value. More...  
Sawyer::Optional< T >  optionalAttribute (Id id) const 
Return the attribute as an optional value. More...  
size_t  nAttributes () const 
Number of attributes stored. More...  
std::vector< Id >  attributeIds () const 
Returns ID numbers for all IDs stored in this container. More...  
Static Public Attributes  
static const unsigned  RESERVED_FLAGS = 0x0000ffff 
These flags are reserved for use within ROSE. More...  
static const unsigned  INDETERMINATE = 0x00000001 
Value is somehow indeterminate. More...  
static const unsigned  UNSPECIFIED = 0x00000002 
Value is somehow unspecified. More...  
static const unsigned  BOTTOM = 0x00000004 
Value represents bottom in dataflow analysis. More...  
static boost::logic::tribool(*  mayEqualCallback )(const Ptr &a, const Ptr &b, const SmtSolverPtr &) 
Usersupplied predicate to augment alias checking. More...  
Protected Member Functions  
Node (const std::string &comment, unsigned flags=0)  
void  printFlags (std::ostream &o, unsigned flags, char &bracket) const 
Protected Attributes  
Type  type_ 
unsigned  flags_ 
Bit flags. More...  
std::string  comment_ 
Optional comment. More...  
Hash  hashval_ 
Optional hash used as a quick way to indicate that two expressions are different. More...  
boost::any  userData_ 
Additional userspecified data. More...  
Additional Inherited Members  
Public Types inherited from Sawyer::Attribute::Storage<>  
typedef SynchronizationTraits< Sawyer::SingleThreadedTag >  Sync 
Static Public Member Functions inherited from Sawyer::SmallObject  
static SynchronizedPoolAllocator &  poolAllocator () 
Return the pool allocator for this class. More...  
static void *  operator new (size_t size) 
static void  operator delete (void *ptr, size_t size) 

inline 
Type of value.
Definition at line 517 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
Referenced by Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf::isFloatingPointVariable(), Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf::isIntegerVariable(), and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf::isMemoryVariable().

pure virtual 
Returns true if two expressions must be equal (cannot be unequal).
If an SMT solver is specified then that solver is used to answer this question, otherwise equality is established by looking only at the structure of the two expressions. Two expressions can be equal without being the same width (e.g., a 32bit constant zero is equal to a 16bit constant zero).
Implemented in Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Interior.

pure virtual 
Returns true if two expressions might be equal, but not necessarily be equal.
Implemented in Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Interior.

pure virtual 
Tests two expressions for structural equivalence.
Two leaf nodes are equivalent if they are the same width and have equal values or are the same variable. Two interior nodes are equivalent if they are the same width, the same operation, have the same number of children, and those children are all pairwise equivalent.
Implemented in Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Interior.

pure virtual 
Compare two expressions structurally for sorting.
Returns 1 if this
is less than other
, 0 if they are structurally equal, and 1 if this
is greater than other
. This function returns zero when an only when isEquivalentTo returns zero, but isEquivalentTo can be much faster since it uses hashing.
Implemented in Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Interior.

pure virtual 
Substitute one value for another.
Finds all occurrances of from
in this expression and replace them with to
. If a substitution occurs, then a new expression is returned. The matching of from
to subparts of this expression uses structural equivalence, the isEquivalentTo predicate. The from
and to
expressions must have the same width.
Implemented in Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Interior.
Ptr Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Node::substituteMultiple  (  const ExprExprHashMap &  substitutions, 
const SmtSolverPtr &  solver = SmtSolverPtr() 

) 
Rewrite expression by substituting subexpressions.
This expression is rewritten by doing a depthfirst traversal. At each step of the traversal, the subexpression is looked up by hash in the supplied substitutions table. If found, a new expression is created using the value found in the table and the traversal does not descend into the new expression. If no substitutions were performed then this
expression is returned, otherwise a new expression is returned. An optional solver, which may be null, is used during the simplification step.
Ptr Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Node::renameVariables  (  ExprExprHashMap &  index, 
size_t &  nextVariableId,  
const SmtSolverPtr &  solver = SmtSolverPtr() 

) 
Rewrite using lowest numbered variable names.
Given an expression, use the specified index to rewrite variables. The index uses expression hashes to look up the replacement expression. If the traversal finds a variable which is not in the index then a new variable is created. The new variable has the same type as the original variable, but it's name is generated starting at nextVariableId
and incrementing after each replacement is generated. The optional solver is used during the simplification process and may be null.

pure virtual 
Operator for interior nodes.
Return the operator for interior nodes, or OP_NONE for leaf nodes that have no operator.
Implemented in Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Interior.

pure virtual 
Number of arguments.
Returns the number of children for an interior node, zero for leaf nodes.
Implemented in Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Interior.

pure virtual 
Argument.
Returns the specified argument by index. If the index is out of range, then returns null. A leaf node always returns null since it never has children.
Implemented in Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Interior.

pure virtual 
Arguments.
Returns the arguments of an operation for an interior node, or an empty list for a leaf node.
Implemented in Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Interior.

pure virtual 
The unsigned integer value of the expression.
Returns nothing if the expression is not a concrete integer value or the value is too wide to be represented by the return type.
Implemented in Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Interior.

pure virtual 
The signed integer value of the expression.
Returns nothing if the expression is not a concrete integer value or the value doesn't fit in the return type.
Implemented in Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Interior.

inline 
True if this expression is of an integer type.
Definition at line 612 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Type::INTEGER, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Type::typeClass().
Referenced by isIntegerConstant(), isIntegerVariable(), and isScalarExpr().

inline 
True if this expression is of a floatingpoint type.
Definition at line 617 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Type::FP, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Type::typeClass().
Referenced by isFloatingPointConstant(), isFloatingPointVariable(), and isScalarExpr().

inline 
True if this expression is of a memory type.
Definition at line 622 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Type::MEMORY, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Type::typeClass().
Referenced by isMemoryVariable().

inline 
True if the expression is a scalar type.
Integers and floatingpoint expressions are scalar, memory is not.
Definition at line 629 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References isFloatingPointExpr(), and isIntegerExpr().

pure virtual 
True if this expression is a constant.
Implemented in Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Interior.
Referenced by isFloatingPointConstant(), and isIntegerConstant().

inline 
True if this expression is an integer constant.
Definition at line 637 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References isConstant(), and isIntegerExpr().
Referenced by isScalarConstant().

inline 
True if this epxression is a floatingpoint constant.
Definition at line 642 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References isConstant(), and isFloatingPointExpr().
Referenced by isScalarConstant().

inline 
True if this expression is a scalar constant.
Integer and floatingpoint constants are scalar.
Definition at line 649 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References isFloatingPointConstant(), and isIntegerConstant().
bool Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Node::isFloatingPointNan  (  )  const 
True if this expression is a floatingpoint NaN constant.

pure virtual 
True if this expression is a variable.
Warning: Leaf nodes have a deprecated isVariable method that returns false for memory state variables, thus this method has a "2" appended to its name. After a suitable period of deprecation for Leaf::isVariable, a new isVariable will be added to this class hiearchy and will have the same semantics as isVariable2, which will become deprecated.
Implemented in Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Interior.
Referenced by isFloatingPointVariable(), isIntegerVariable(), and isMemoryVariable().
Sawyer::Optional<uint64_t> Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Node::variableId  (  )  const 
Variable ID number.
If this expression is a variable then returns the variable ID number, otherwise nothing.

inline 
True if this expression is an integer variable.
Definition at line 669 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References isIntegerExpr(), and isVariable2().
Referenced by isScalarVariable().

inline 
True if this expression is a floatingpoint variable.
Definition at line 674 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References isFloatingPointExpr(), and isVariable2().
Referenced by isScalarVariable().

inline 
True if this expression is a memory state variable.
Definition at line 679 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References isMemoryExpr(), and isVariable2().

inline 
True if this expression is a scalar variable.
Integer and floatingpoint variables are scalar, memory variables are not.
Definition at line 686 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References isFloatingPointVariable(), and isIntegerVariable().

inline 
Property: Comment.
Comments can be changed after a node has been created since the comment is not intended to be used for anything but annotation and/or debugging. If many expressions are sharing the same node, then the comment is changed in all those expressions. Changing the comment property is allowed even though nodes are generally immutable because comments are not considered significant for comparisons, computing hash values, etc.
Definition at line 698 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References comment_.

inline 
Property: Comment.
Comments can be changed after a node has been created since the comment is not intended to be used for anything but annotation and/or debugging. If many expressions are sharing the same node, then the comment is changed in all those expressions. Changing the comment property is allowed even though nodes are generally immutable because comments are not considered significant for comparisons, computing hash values, etc.
Definition at line 701 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.

inline 
Property: Userdefined data.
User defined data is always optional and does not contribute to the hash value of an expression. The userdefined data can be changed at any time by the user even if the expression node to which it is attached is shared between many expressions.
Definition at line 713 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.

inline 
Property: Userdefined data.
User defined data is always optional and does not contribute to the hash value of an expression. The userdefined data can be changed at any time by the user even if the expression node to which it is attached is shared between many expressions.
Definition at line 716 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References userData_.

inline 
Property: Number of significant bits.
An expression with a known value is guaranteed to have all higherorder bits cleared.
Definition at line 724 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Type::nBits().

inline 
Property: Userdefined bit flags.
This property is significant for hashing, comparisons, and possibly other operations, therefore it is immutable. To change the flags one must create a new expression; see newFlags.
Definition at line 732 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References flags_.
Ptr Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Node::newFlags  (  unsigned  flags  )  const 
Sets flags.
Since symbolic expressions are immutable it is not possible to change the flags directly. Therefore if the desired flags are different than the current flags a new expression is created that is the same in every other respect. If the flags are not changed then the original expression is returned.

inline 
Property: Width for memory expressions.
The return value is nonzero if and only if this tree node is a memory expression.
Definition at line 744 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Type::addressWidth().

inline 
Check whether expression is scalar.
Everything is scalar except for memory.
Definition at line 751 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Type::MEMORY, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Type::typeClass().

pure virtual 
Traverse the expression.
The expression is traversed in a depthfirst visit. The final return value is the final return value of the last call to the visitor.
Implemented in Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Interior.

pure virtual 
Computes the size of an expression by counting the number of nodes.
Operates in constant time. Note that it is possible (even likely) for the 64bit return value to overflow in expressions when many nodes are shared. For instance, the following loop will create an expression that contains more than 2^64 nodes:
When an overflow occurs the result is meaningless.
Implemented in Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Interior.
uint64_t Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Node::nNodesUnique  (  )  const 
Number of unique nodes in expression.
std::set<LeafPtr> Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Node::getVariables  (  )  const 
Returns the variables appearing in the expression.
InteriorPtr Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Node::isInteriorNode  (  )  const 
Dynamic cast of this object to an interior node.
Returns null if the cast is not valid.
LeafPtr Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Node::isLeafNode  (  )  const 
Dynamic cast of this object to a leaf node.
Returns null if the cast is not valid.

inline 
Returns true if this node has a hash value computed and cached.
The hash value zero is reserved to indicate that no hash has been computed; if a node happens to actually hash to zero, it will not be cached and will be recomputed for every call to hash().
Definition at line 797 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
Hash Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Node::hash  (  )  const 
Returns (and caches) the hash value for this node.
If a hash value is not cached in this node, then a new hash value is computed and cached.

inline 
Combines a node with a formatter for printing.
This is used for convenient printing with the "<<" operator. For instance:
Definition at line 831 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References Sawyer::SharedFromThis< Node >::sharedFromThis().
Referenced by operator+().

inline 
Combines a node with a formatter for printing.
This is used for convenient printing with the "<<" operator. For instance:
Definition at line 832 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References withFormat().

pure virtual 
Print the expression to a stream.
The output is an Sexpression with no linefeeds. The format of the output is controlled by the mutable Formatter argument.
Implemented in Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Leaf, and Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Interior.

inline 
Print the expression to a stream.
The output is an Sexpression with no linefeeds. The format of the output is controlled by the mutable Formatter argument.
Definition at line 840 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
References print().
Referenced by print().
void Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Node::assertAcyclic  (  )  const 
Asserts that expressions are acyclic.
This is intended only for debugging.
std::vector<Ptr> Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Node::findCommonSubexpressions  (  )  const 
Find common subexpressions.
Returns a vector of the largest common subexpressions. The list is computed by performing a depthfirst search on this expression and adding expressions to the return vector whenever a subtree is encountered a second time. Therefore the if a common subexpression A contains another common subexpression B then B will appear earlier in the list than A.
bool Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Node::matchAddVariableConstant  (  LeafPtr &  variable, 
LeafPtr &  constant  
)  const 
Determine whether an expression is a variable plus a constant.
If this expression is of the form V + X or X + V where V is an integer variable and X is an integer constant, return true and make variable
point to the variable and constant
point to the constant. If the expression is not one of these forms, then return false without modifying the arguments.
InteriorPtr Rose::BinaryAnalysis::SymbolicExpr::Node::isOperator  (  Operator  )  const 
True (nonnull) if this node is the specified operator.

protected 
Bit flags.
Meaning of flags is up to the user. Loworder 16 bits are reserved.
Definition at line 469 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
Referenced by flags().

protected 
Optional comment.
Only for debugging; not significant for any calculation.
Definition at line 470 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
Referenced by comment().

protected 
Optional hash used as a quick way to indicate that two expressions are different.
Definition at line 471 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.

protected 
Additional userspecified data.
This is not part of the hash.
Definition at line 472 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
Referenced by userData().

static 
These flags are reserved for use within ROSE.
Definition at line 494 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.

static 
Value is somehow indeterminate.
E.g., read from writable memory.
Definition at line 497 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.

static 
Value is somehow unspecified.
A value that is intantiated as part of processing a machine instruction where the ISA documentation is incomplete or says that some result is unspecified or undefined. Intel documentation for the x86 shift and rotate instructions, for example, states that certain status bits have "undefined" values after the instruction executes.
Definition at line 503 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
Referenced by Rose::BinaryAnalysis::InstructionSemantics2::SymbolicSemantics::SValue::instance_unspecified().

static 
Value represents bottom in dataflow analysis.
If this flag is used by ROSE's dataflow engine to represent a bottom value in a lattice.
Definition at line 507 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.
Referenced by Rose::BinaryAnalysis::InstructionSemantics2::SymbolicSemantics::SValue::instance_bottom().

static 
Usersupplied predicate to augment alias checking.
If this pointer is nonnull, then the mayEqual methods invoke this function. If this function returns true or false, then its return value becomes the return value of mayEqual, otherwise mayEqual continues as it normally would. This userdefined function is invoked by mayEqual after trivial situations are checked and before any calls to an SMT solver. The SMT solver argument is optional (may be null).
Definition at line 527 of file BinarySymbolicExpr.h.