#include "scan.h"
size_t scan_8longn(const char *src,size_t n,unsigned long *dest) {
/* make a copy of src so we can return the number of bytes we progressed */
register const char *tmp=src;
register unsigned long l=0;
register unsigned char c;
/* *tmp - '0' can be negative, but casting to unsigned char makes
* those cases positive and large; that means we only need one
* comparison. This trick is no longer needed on modern compilers,
* but we also want to produce good code on old compilers :) */
while (n-->0 && (c=(unsigned char)(*tmp-'0'))<8) {
/* overflow check; for each digit we multiply by 8 and then add the
* digit; 0-7 needs 3 bits of storage, so we need to check if the
* uppermost 3 bits of l are empty. Do it by shifting to the right */
if (l>>(sizeof(l)*8-3)) break;
l=l*8+c;
++tmp;
}
*dest=l;
return (size_t)(tmp-src);
}