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1/*
2 * Variant formatting functions
3 *
4 * Copyright 2008 Damjan Jovanovic
5 * Copyright 2003 Jon Griffiths
6 *
7 * This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
8 * modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
9 * License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
10 * version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
11 *
12 * This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
13 * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
14 * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
15 * Lesser General Public License for more details.
16 *
17 * You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
18 * License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
19 * Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA
20 *
21 * NOTES
22 * Since the formatting functions aren't properly documented, I used the
23 * Visual Basic documentation as a guide to implementing these functions. This
24 * means that some named or user-defined formats may work slightly differently.
25 * Please submit a test case if you find a difference.
26 */
27
28#include <string.h>
29#include <stdlib.h>
30#include <stdarg.h>
31#include <stdio.h>
32
33#include "windef.h"
34#include "winbase.h"
35#include "winerror.h"
36#include "variant.h"
37#include "wine/debug.h"
38
40
41/* Make sure internal conversions to strings use the '.','+'/'-' and ','
42 * format chars from the US locale. This enables us to parse the created
43 * strings to determine the number of decimal places, exponent, etc.
44 */
45#define LCID_US MAKELCID(MAKELANGID(LANG_ENGLISH,SUBLANG_ENGLISH_US),SORT_DEFAULT)
46
47static const WCHAR szPercent_d[] = { '%','d','\0' };
48static const WCHAR szPercentZeroTwo_d[] = { '%','0','2','d','\0' };
49static const WCHAR szPercentZeroStar_d[] = { '%','0','*','d','\0' };
50
51/******************************************************************************
52 * Variant-Formats {OLEAUT32}
53 *
54 * NOTES
55 * When formatting a variant a variety of format strings may be used to generate
56 * different kinds of formatted output. A format string consists of either a named
57 * format, or a user-defined format.
58 *
59 * The following named formats are defined:
60 *| Name Description
61 *| ---- -----------
62 *| General Date Display Date, and time for non-integer values
63 *| Short Date Short date format as defined by locale settings
64 *| Medium Date Medium date format as defined by locale settings
65 *| Long Date Long date format as defined by locale settings
66 *| Short Time Short Time format as defined by locale settings
67 *| Medium Time Medium time format as defined by locale settings
68 *| Long Time Long time format as defined by locale settings
69 *| True/False Localised text of "True" or "False"
70 *| Yes/No Localised text of "Yes" or "No"
71 *| On/Off Localised text of "On" or "Off"
72 *| General Number No thousands separator. No decimal points for integers
73 *| Currency General currency format using localised characters
74 *| Fixed At least one whole and two fractional digits
75 *| Standard Same as 'Fixed', but including decimal separators
76 *| Percent Multiply by 100 and display a trailing '%' character
77 *| Scientific Display with exponent
78 *
79 * User-defined formats consist of a combination of tokens and literal
80 * characters. Literal characters are copied unmodified to the formatted
81 * output at the position they occupy in the format string. Any character
82 * that is not recognised as a token is treated as a literal. A literal can
83 * also be specified by preceding it with a backslash character
84 * (e.g. "\L\i\t\e\r\a\l") or enclosing it in double quotes.
85 *
86 * A user-defined format can have up to 4 sections, depending on the type of
87 * format. The following table lists sections and their meaning:
88 *| Format Type Sections Meaning
89 *| ----------- -------- -------
90 *| Number 1 Use the same format for all numbers
91 *| Number 2 Use format 1 for positive and 2 for negative numbers
92 *| Number 3 Use format 1 for positive, 2 for zero, and 3
93 *| for negative numbers.
94 *| Number 4 Use format 1 for positive, 2 for zero, 3 for
95 *| negative, and 4 for null numbers.
96 *| String 1 Use the same format for all strings
97 *| String 2 Use format 2 for null and empty strings, otherwise
98 *| use format 1.
99 *| Date 1 Use the same format for all dates
100 *
101 * The formatting tokens fall into several categories depending on the type
102 * of formatted output. For more information on each type, see
103 * VarFormat-Dates(), VarFormat-Strings() and VarFormat-Numbers().
104 *
105 * SEE ALSO
106 * VarTokenizeFormatString(), VarFormatFromTokens(), VarFormat(),
107 * VarFormatDateTime(), VarFormatNumber(), VarFormatCurrency().
108 */
109
110/******************************************************************************
111 * VarFormat-Strings {OLEAUT32}
112 *
113 * NOTES
114 * When formatting a variant as a string, it is first converted to a VT_BSTR.
115 * The user-format string defines which characters are copied into which
116 * positions in the output string. Literals may be inserted in the format
117 * string. When creating the formatted string, excess characters in the string
118 * (those not consumed by a token) are appended to the end of the output. If
119 * there are more tokens than characters in the string to format, spaces will
120 * be inserted at the start of the string if the '@' token was used.
121 *
122 * By default strings are converted to lowercase, or uppercase if the '>' token
123 * is encountered. This applies to the whole string: it is not possible to
124 * generate a mixed-case output string.
125 *
126 * In user-defined string formats, the following tokens are recognised:
127 *| Token Description
128 *| ----- -----------
129 *| '@' Copy a char from the source, or a space if no chars are left.
130 *| '&' Copy a char from the source, or write nothing if no chars are left.
131 *| '<' Output the whole string as lower-case (the default).
132 *| '>' Output the whole string as upper-case.
133 *| '!' MSDN indicates that this character should cause right-to-left
134 *| copying, however tests show that it is tokenised but not processed.
135 */
136
137/*
138 * Common format definitions
139 */
140
141 /* Format types */
142#define FMT_TYPE_UNKNOWN 0x0
143#define FMT_TYPE_GENERAL 0x1
144#define FMT_TYPE_NUMBER 0x2
145#define FMT_TYPE_DATE 0x3
146#define FMT_TYPE_STRING 0x4
147
148#define FMT_TO_STRING 0x0 /* If header->size == this, act like VB's Str() fn */
149
151{
152 BYTE size; /* Size of tokenised block (including header), or FMT_TO_STRING */
153 BYTE type; /* Allowable types (FMT_TYPE_*) */
154 BYTE offset[1]; /* Offset of the first (and only) format section */
156
157typedef struct tagFMT_HEADER
158{
159 BYTE size; /* Total size of the whole tokenised block (including header) */
160 BYTE type; /* Allowable types (FMT_TYPE_*) */
161 BYTE starts[4]; /* Offset of each of the 4 format sections, or 0 if none */
163
164#define FmtGetPositive(x) (x->starts[0])
165#define FmtGetNegative(x) (x->starts[1] ? x->starts[1] : x->starts[0])
166#define FmtGetZero(x) (x->starts[2] ? x->starts[2] : x->starts[0])
167#define FmtGetNull(x) (x->starts[3] ? x->starts[3] : x->starts[0])
168
169/*
170 * String formats
171 */
172
173#define FMT_FLAG_LT 0x1 /* Has '<' (lower case) */
174#define FMT_FLAG_GT 0x2 /* Has '>' (upper case) */
175#define FMT_FLAG_RTL 0x4 /* Has '!' (Copy right to left) */
176
178{
179 BYTE flags; /* LT, GT, RTL */
182 BYTE copy_chars; /* Number of chars to be copied */
185
186/*
187 * Number formats
188 */
189
190#define FMT_FLAG_PERCENT 0x1 /* Has '%' (Percentage) */
191#define FMT_FLAG_EXPONENT 0x2 /* Has 'e' (Exponent/Scientific notation) */
192#define FMT_FLAG_THOUSANDS 0x4 /* Has ',' (Standard use of the thousands separator) */
193#define FMT_FLAG_BOOL 0x20 /* Boolean format */
194
196{
197 BYTE flags; /* PERCENT, EXPONENT, THOUSANDS, BOOL */
198 BYTE multiplier; /* Multiplier, 100 for percentages */
199 BYTE divisor; /* Divisor, 1000 if '%%' was used */
200 BYTE whole; /* Number of digits before the decimal point */
201 BYTE fractional; /* Number of digits after the decimal point */
203
204/*
205 * Date Formats
206 */
207typedef struct tagFMT_DATE_HEADER
208{
215
216/*
217 * Format token values
218 */
219#define FMT_GEN_COPY 0x00 /* \n, "lit" => 0,pos,len: Copy len chars from input+pos */
220#define FMT_GEN_INLINE 0x01 /* => 1,len,[chars]: Copy len chars from token stream */
221#define FMT_GEN_END 0x02 /* \0,; => 2: End of the tokenised format */
222#define FMT_DATE_TIME_SEP 0x03 /* Time separator char */
223#define FMT_DATE_DATE_SEP 0x04 /* Date separator char */
224#define FMT_DATE_GENERAL 0x05 /* General format date */
225#define FMT_DATE_QUARTER 0x06 /* Quarter of the year from 1-4 */
226#define FMT_DATE_TIME_SYS 0x07 /* System long time format */
227#define FMT_DATE_DAY 0x08 /* Day with no leading 0 */
228#define FMT_DATE_DAY_0 0x09 /* Day with leading 0 */
229#define FMT_DATE_DAY_SHORT 0x0A /* Short day name */
230#define FMT_DATE_DAY_LONG 0x0B /* Long day name */
231#define FMT_DATE_SHORT 0x0C /* Short date format */
232#define FMT_DATE_LONG 0x0D /* Long date format */
233#define FMT_DATE_MEDIUM 0x0E /* Medium date format */
234#define FMT_DATE_DAY_WEEK 0x0F /* First day of the week */
235#define FMT_DATE_WEEK_YEAR 0x10 /* First week of the year */
236#define FMT_DATE_MON 0x11 /* Month with no leading 0 */
237#define FMT_DATE_MON_0 0x12 /* Month with leading 0 */
238#define FMT_DATE_MON_SHORT 0x13 /* Short month name */
239#define FMT_DATE_MON_LONG 0x14 /* Long month name */
240#define FMT_DATE_YEAR_DOY 0x15 /* Day of the year with no leading 0 */
241#define FMT_DATE_YEAR_0 0x16 /* 2 digit year with leading 0 */
242/* NOTE: token 0x17 is not defined, 'yyy' is not valid */
243#define FMT_DATE_YEAR_LONG 0x18 /* 4 digit year */
244#define FMT_DATE_MIN 0x1A /* Minutes with no leading 0 */
245#define FMT_DATE_MIN_0 0x1B /* Minutes with leading 0 */
246#define FMT_DATE_SEC 0x1C /* Seconds with no leading 0 */
247#define FMT_DATE_SEC_0 0x1D /* Seconds with leading 0 */
248#define FMT_DATE_HOUR 0x1E /* Hours with no leading 0 */
249#define FMT_DATE_HOUR_0 0x1F /* Hours with leading 0 */
250#define FMT_DATE_HOUR_12 0x20 /* Hours with no leading 0, 12 hour clock */
251#define FMT_DATE_HOUR_12_0 0x21 /* Hours with leading 0, 12 hour clock */
252#define FMT_DATE_TIME_UNK2 0x23 /* same as FMT_DATE_HOUR_0, for "short time" format */
253/* FIXME: probably missing some here */
254#define FMT_DATE_AMPM_SYS1 0x2E /* AM/PM as defined by system settings */
255#define FMT_DATE_AMPM_UPPER 0x2F /* Upper-case AM or PM */
256#define FMT_DATE_A_UPPER 0x30 /* Upper-case A or P */
257#define FMT_DATE_AMPM_SYS2 0x31 /* AM/PM as defined by system settings */
258#define FMT_DATE_AMPM_LOWER 0x32 /* Lower-case AM or PM */
259#define FMT_DATE_A_LOWER 0x33 /* Lower-case A or P */
260#define FMT_NUM_COPY_ZERO 0x34 /* Copy 1 digit or 0 if no digit */
261#define FMT_NUM_COPY_SKIP 0x35 /* Copy 1 digit or skip if no digit */
262#define FMT_NUM_DECIMAL 0x36 /* Decimal separator */
263#define FMT_NUM_EXP_POS_U 0x37 /* Scientific notation, uppercase, + sign */
264#define FMT_NUM_EXP_NEG_U 0x38 /* Scientific notation, uppercase, - sign */
265#define FMT_NUM_EXP_POS_L 0x39 /* Scientific notation, lowercase, + sign */
266#define FMT_NUM_EXP_NEG_L 0x3A /* Scientific notation, lowercase, - sign */
267#define FMT_NUM_CURRENCY 0x3B /* Currency symbol */
268#define FMT_NUM_TRUE_FALSE 0x3D /* Convert to "True" or "False" */
269#define FMT_NUM_YES_NO 0x3E /* Convert to "Yes" or "No" */
270#define FMT_NUM_ON_OFF 0x3F /* Convert to "On" or "Off" */
271#define FMT_STR_COPY_SPACE 0x40 /* Copy len chars with space if no char */
272#define FMT_STR_COPY_SKIP 0x41 /* Copy len chars or skip if no char */
273
274/* Named Formats and their tokenised values */
275static const WCHAR szGeneralDate[] = { 'G','e','n','e','r','a','l',' ','D','a','t','e','\0' };
276static const BYTE fmtGeneralDate[0x0a] =
277{
278 0x0a,FMT_TYPE_DATE,sizeof(FMT_SHORT_HEADER),
279 0x0,0x0,0x0,0x0,0x0,
281};
282
283static const WCHAR szShortDate[] = { 'S','h','o','r','t',' ','D','a','t','e','\0' };
284static const BYTE fmtShortDate[0x0a] =
285{
286 0x0a,FMT_TYPE_DATE,sizeof(FMT_SHORT_HEADER),
287 0x0,0x0,0x0,0x0,0x0,
289};
290
291static const WCHAR szMediumDate[] = { 'M','e','d','i','u','m',' ','D','a','t','e','\0' };
292static const BYTE fmtMediumDate[0x0a] =
293{
294 0x0a,FMT_TYPE_DATE,sizeof(FMT_SHORT_HEADER),
295 0x0,0x0,0x0,0x0,0x0,
297};
298
299static const WCHAR szLongDate[] = { 'L','o','n','g',' ','D','a','t','e','\0' };
300static const BYTE fmtLongDate[0x0a] =
301{
302 0x0a,FMT_TYPE_DATE,sizeof(FMT_SHORT_HEADER),
303 0x0,0x0,0x0,0x0,0x0,
305};
306
307static const WCHAR szShortTime[] = { 'S','h','o','r','t',' ','T','i','m','e','\0' };
308static const BYTE fmtShortTime[0x0c] =
309{
310 0x0c,FMT_TYPE_DATE,sizeof(FMT_SHORT_HEADER),
311 0x0,0x0,0x0,0x0,0x0,
313};
314
315static const WCHAR szMediumTime[] = { 'M','e','d','i','u','m',' ','T','i','m','e','\0' };
316static const BYTE fmtMediumTime[0x11] =
317{
318 0x11,FMT_TYPE_DATE,sizeof(FMT_SHORT_HEADER),
319 0x0,0x0,0x0,0x0,0x0,
322};
323
324static const WCHAR szLongTime[] = { 'L','o','n','g',' ','T','i','m','e','\0' };
325static const BYTE fmtLongTime[0x0d] =
326{
327 0x0a,FMT_TYPE_DATE,sizeof(FMT_SHORT_HEADER),
328 0x0,0x0,0x0,0x0,0x0,
330};
331
332static const WCHAR szTrueFalse[] = { 'T','r','u','e','/','F','a','l','s','e','\0' };
333static const BYTE fmtTrueFalse[0x0d] =
334{
335 0x0d,FMT_TYPE_NUMBER,sizeof(FMT_HEADER),0x0,0x0,0x0,
336 FMT_FLAG_BOOL,0x0,0x0,0x0,0x0,
338};
339
340static const WCHAR szYesNo[] = { 'Y','e','s','/','N','o','\0' };
341static const BYTE fmtYesNo[0x0d] =
342{
343 0x0d,FMT_TYPE_NUMBER,sizeof(FMT_HEADER),0x0,0x0,0x0,
344 FMT_FLAG_BOOL,0x0,0x0,0x0,0x0,
346};
347
348static const WCHAR szOnOff[] = { 'O','n','/','O','f','f','\0' };
349static const BYTE fmtOnOff[0x0d] =
350{
351 0x0d,FMT_TYPE_NUMBER,sizeof(FMT_HEADER),0x0,0x0,0x0,
352 FMT_FLAG_BOOL,0x0,0x0,0x0,0x0,
354};
355
356static const WCHAR szGeneralNumber[] = { 'G','e','n','e','r','a','l',' ','N','u','m','b','e','r','\0' };
357static const BYTE fmtGeneralNumber[sizeof(FMT_HEADER)] =
358{
359 sizeof(FMT_HEADER),FMT_TYPE_GENERAL,sizeof(FMT_HEADER),0x0,0x0,0x0
360};
361
362static const WCHAR szCurrency[] = { 'C','u','r','r','e','n','c','y','\0' };
363static const BYTE fmtCurrency[0x26] =
364{
365 0x26,FMT_TYPE_NUMBER,sizeof(FMT_HEADER),0x12,0x0,0x0,
366 /* Positive numbers */
367 FMT_FLAG_THOUSANDS,0xcc,0x0,0x1,0x2,
370 /* Negative numbers */
371 FMT_FLAG_THOUSANDS,0xcc,0x0,0x1,0x2,
375};
376
377static const WCHAR szFixed[] = { 'F','i','x','e','d','\0' };
378static const BYTE fmtFixed[0x11] =
379{
380 0x11,FMT_TYPE_NUMBER,sizeof(FMT_HEADER),0x0,0x0,0x0,
381 0x0,0x0,0x0,0x1,0x2,
383};
384
385static const WCHAR szStandard[] = { 'S','t','a','n','d','a','r','d','\0' };
386static const BYTE fmtStandard[0x11] =
387{
388 0x11,FMT_TYPE_NUMBER,sizeof(FMT_HEADER),0x0,0x0,0x0,
389 FMT_FLAG_THOUSANDS,0x0,0x0,0x1,0x2,
391};
392
393static const WCHAR szPercent[] = { 'P','e','r','c','e','n','t','\0' };
394static const BYTE fmtPercent[0x15] =
395{
396 0x15,FMT_TYPE_NUMBER,sizeof(FMT_HEADER),0x0,0x0,0x0,
397 FMT_FLAG_PERCENT,0x1,0x0,0x1,0x2,
399 FMT_GEN_INLINE,0x1,'%','\0',FMT_GEN_END
400};
401
402static const WCHAR szScientific[] = { 'S','c','i','e','n','t','i','f','i','c','\0' };
403static const BYTE fmtScientific[0x13] =
404{
405 0x13,FMT_TYPE_NUMBER,sizeof(FMT_HEADER),0x0,0x0,0x0,
406 FMT_FLAG_EXPONENT,0x0,0x0,0x1,0x2,
408};
409
410typedef struct tagNAMED_FORMAT
411{
413 const BYTE* format;
415
416/* Format name to tokenised format. Must be kept sorted by name */
418{
420 { szFixed, fmtFixed },
427 { szOnOff, fmtOnOff },
434 { szYesNo, fmtYesNo }
435};
437
438static int __cdecl FormatCompareFn(const void *l, const void *r)
439{
441}
442
443static inline const BYTE *VARIANT_GetNamedFormat(LPCWSTR lpszFormat)
444{
447
448 key.name = lpszFormat;
451 return fmt ? fmt->format : NULL;
452}
453
454/* Return an error if the token for the value will not fit in the destination */
455#define NEED_SPACE(x) if (cbTok < (int)(x)) return TYPE_E_BUFFERTOOSMALL; cbTok -= (x)
456
457/* Non-zero if the format is unknown or a given type */
458#define COULD_BE(typ) ((!fmt_number && header->type==FMT_TYPE_UNKNOWN)||header->type==typ)
459
460/* State during tokenising */
461#define FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY 0x1 /* Last token written was a copy */
462#define FMT_STATE_WROTE_DECIMAL 0x2 /* Already wrote a decimal separator */
463#define FMT_STATE_SEEN_HOURS 0x4 /* See the hh specifier */
464#define FMT_STATE_WROTE_MINUTES 0x8 /* Wrote minutes */
465
466/**********************************************************************
467 * VarTokenizeFormatString [OLEAUT32.140]
468 *
469 * Convert a format string into tokenised form.
470 *
471 * PARAMS
472 * lpszFormat [I] Format string to tokenise
473 * rgbTok [O] Destination for tokenised format
474 * cbTok [I] Size of rgbTok in bytes
475 * nFirstDay [I] First day of the week (1-7, or 0 for current system default)
476 * nFirstWeek [I] How to treat the first week (see notes)
477 * lcid [I] Locale Id of the format string
478 * pcbActual [O] If non-NULL, filled with the first token generated
479 *
480 * RETURNS
481 * Success: S_OK. rgbTok contains the tokenised format.
482 * Failure: E_INVALIDARG, if any argument is invalid.
483 * TYPE_E_BUFFERTOOSMALL, if rgbTok is not large enough.
484 *
485 * NOTES
486 * Valid values for the nFirstWeek parameter are:
487 *| Value Meaning
488 *| ----- -------
489 *| 0 Use the current system default
490 *| 1 The first week is that containing Jan 1
491 *| 2 Four or more days of the first week are in the current year
492 *| 3 The first week is 7 days long
493 * See Variant-Formats(), VarFormatFromTokens().
494 */
496 int cbTok, int nFirstDay, int nFirstWeek,
497 LCID lcid, int *pcbActual)
498{
499 /* Note: none of these strings should be NUL terminated */
500 static const WCHAR szTTTTT[] = { 't','t','t','t','t' };
501 static const WCHAR szAMPM[] = { 'A','M','P','M' };
502 static const WCHAR szampm[] = { 'a','m','p','m' };
503 static const WCHAR szAMSlashPM[] = { 'A','M','/','P','M' };
504 static const WCHAR szamSlashpm[] = { 'a','m','/','p','m' };
505 const BYTE *namedFmt;
506 FMT_HEADER *header = (FMT_HEADER*)rgbTok;
507 FMT_STRING_HEADER *str_header = (FMT_STRING_HEADER*)(rgbTok + sizeof(FMT_HEADER));
508 FMT_NUMBER_HEADER *num_header = (FMT_NUMBER_HEADER*)str_header;
509 BYTE* pOut = rgbTok + sizeof(FMT_HEADER) + sizeof(FMT_STRING_HEADER);
510 BYTE* pLastHours = NULL;
511 BYTE fmt_number = 0;
512 DWORD fmt_state = 0;
513 LPCWSTR pFormat = lpszFormat;
514
515 TRACE("(%s,%p,%d,%d,%d,0x%08x,%p)\n", debugstr_w(lpszFormat), rgbTok, cbTok,
516 nFirstDay, nFirstWeek, lcid, pcbActual);
517
518 if (!rgbTok ||
519 nFirstDay < 0 || nFirstDay > 7 || nFirstWeek < 0 || nFirstWeek > 3)
520 return E_INVALIDARG;
521
522 if (!lpszFormat || !*lpszFormat)
523 {
524 /* An empty string means 'general format' */
525 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE));
526 *rgbTok = FMT_TO_STRING;
527 if (pcbActual)
528 *pcbActual = FMT_TO_STRING;
529 return S_OK;
530 }
531
532 if (cbTok > 255)
533 cbTok = 255; /* Ensure we error instead of wrapping */
534
535 /* Named formats */
536 namedFmt = VARIANT_GetNamedFormat(lpszFormat);
537 if (namedFmt)
538 {
539 NEED_SPACE(namedFmt[0]);
540 memcpy(rgbTok, namedFmt, namedFmt[0]);
541 TRACE("Using pre-tokenised named format %s\n", debugstr_w(lpszFormat));
542 /* FIXME: pcbActual */
543 return S_OK;
544 }
545
546 /* Insert header */
547 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(FMT_HEADER) + sizeof(FMT_STRING_HEADER));
548 memset(header, 0, sizeof(FMT_HEADER));
549 memset(str_header, 0, sizeof(FMT_STRING_HEADER));
550
551 header->starts[fmt_number] = sizeof(FMT_HEADER);
552
553 while (*pFormat)
554 {
555 /* --------------
556 * General tokens
557 * --------------
558 */
559 if (*pFormat == ';')
560 {
561 while (*pFormat == ';')
562 {
563 TRACE(";\n");
564 if (++fmt_number > 3)
565 return E_INVALIDARG; /* too many formats */
566 pFormat++;
567 }
568 if (*pFormat)
569 {
570 TRACE("New header\n");
571 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE) + sizeof(FMT_STRING_HEADER));
572 *pOut++ = FMT_GEN_END;
573
574 header->starts[fmt_number] = pOut - rgbTok;
575 str_header = (FMT_STRING_HEADER*)pOut;
576 num_header = (FMT_NUMBER_HEADER*)pOut;
577 memset(str_header, 0, sizeof(FMT_STRING_HEADER));
578 pOut += sizeof(FMT_STRING_HEADER);
579 fmt_state = 0;
580 pLastHours = NULL;
581 }
582 }
583 else if (*pFormat == '\\')
584 {
585 /* Escaped character */
586 if (pFormat[1])
587 {
588 NEED_SPACE(3 * sizeof(BYTE));
589 pFormat++;
590 *pOut++ = FMT_GEN_COPY;
591 *pOut++ = pFormat - lpszFormat;
592 *pOut++ = 0x1;
593 fmt_state |= FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
594 TRACE("'\\'\n");
595 }
596 else
597 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
598 pFormat++;
599 }
600 else if (*pFormat == '"')
601 {
602 /* Escaped string
603 * Note: Native encodes "" as a copy of length zero. That's just dumb, so
604 * here we avoid encoding anything in this case.
605 */
606 if (!pFormat[1])
607 pFormat++;
608 else if (pFormat[1] == '"')
609 {
610 pFormat += 2;
611 }
612 else
613 {
614 LPCWSTR start = ++pFormat;
615 while (*pFormat && *pFormat != '"')
616 pFormat++;
617 NEED_SPACE(3 * sizeof(BYTE));
618 *pOut++ = FMT_GEN_COPY;
619 *pOut++ = start - lpszFormat;
620 *pOut++ = pFormat - start;
621 if (*pFormat == '"')
622 pFormat++;
623 TRACE("Quoted string pos %d, len %d\n", pOut[-2], pOut[-1]);
624 }
625 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
626 }
627 /* -------------
628 * Number tokens
629 * -------------
630 */
631 else if (*pFormat == '0' && COULD_BE(FMT_TYPE_NUMBER))
632 {
633 /* Number formats: Digit from number or '0' if no digits
634 * Other formats: Literal
635 * Types the format if found
636 */
637 header->type = FMT_TYPE_NUMBER;
638 NEED_SPACE(2 * sizeof(BYTE));
639 *pOut++ = FMT_NUM_COPY_ZERO;
640 *pOut = 0x0;
641 while (*pFormat == '0')
642 {
643 *pOut = *pOut + 1;
644 pFormat++;
645 }
646 if (fmt_state & FMT_STATE_WROTE_DECIMAL)
647 num_header->fractional += *pOut;
648 else
649 num_header->whole += *pOut;
650 TRACE("%d 0's\n", *pOut);
651 pOut++;
652 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
653 }
654 else if (*pFormat == '#' && COULD_BE(FMT_TYPE_NUMBER))
655 {
656 /* Number formats: Digit from number or blank if no digits
657 * Other formats: Literal
658 * Types the format if found
659 */
660 header->type = FMT_TYPE_NUMBER;
661 NEED_SPACE(2 * sizeof(BYTE));
662 *pOut++ = FMT_NUM_COPY_SKIP;
663 *pOut = 0x0;
664 while (*pFormat == '#')
665 {
666 *pOut = *pOut + 1;
667 pFormat++;
668 }
669 if (fmt_state & FMT_STATE_WROTE_DECIMAL)
670 num_header->fractional += *pOut;
671 else
672 num_header->whole += *pOut;
673 TRACE("%d #'s\n", *pOut);
674 pOut++;
675 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
676 }
677 else if (*pFormat == '.' && COULD_BE(FMT_TYPE_NUMBER) &&
678 !(fmt_state & FMT_STATE_WROTE_DECIMAL))
679 {
680 /* Number formats: Decimal separator when 1st seen, literal thereafter
681 * Other formats: Literal
682 * Types the format if found
683 */
684 header->type = FMT_TYPE_NUMBER;
685 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE));
686 *pOut++ = FMT_NUM_DECIMAL;
687 fmt_state |= FMT_STATE_WROTE_DECIMAL;
688 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
689 pFormat++;
690 TRACE("decimal sep\n");
691 }
692 else if ((*pFormat == 'e' || *pFormat == 'E') && (pFormat[1] == '-' ||
693 pFormat[1] == '+') && header->type == FMT_TYPE_NUMBER)
694 {
695 /* Number formats: Exponent specifier
696 * Other formats: Literal
697 */
698 num_header->flags |= FMT_FLAG_EXPONENT;
699 NEED_SPACE(2 * sizeof(BYTE));
700 if (*pFormat == 'e') {
701 if (pFormat[1] == '+')
702 *pOut = FMT_NUM_EXP_POS_L;
703 else
704 *pOut = FMT_NUM_EXP_NEG_L;
705 } else {
706 if (pFormat[1] == '+')
707 *pOut = FMT_NUM_EXP_POS_U;
708 else
709 *pOut = FMT_NUM_EXP_NEG_U;
710 }
711 pFormat += 2;
712 *++pOut = 0x0;
713 while (*pFormat == '0')
714 {
715 *pOut = *pOut + 1;
716 pFormat++;
717 }
718 pOut++;
719 TRACE("exponent\n");
720 }
721 /* FIXME: %% => Divide by 1000 */
722 else if (*pFormat == ',' && header->type == FMT_TYPE_NUMBER)
723 {
724 /* Number formats: Use the thousands separator
725 * Other formats: Literal
726 */
727 num_header->flags |= FMT_FLAG_THOUSANDS;
728 pFormat++;
729 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
730 TRACE("thousands sep\n");
731 }
732 /* -----------
733 * Date tokens
734 * -----------
735 */
736 else if (*pFormat == '/' && COULD_BE(FMT_TYPE_DATE))
737 {
738 /* Date formats: Date separator
739 * Other formats: Literal
740 * Types the format if found
741 */
742 header->type = FMT_TYPE_DATE;
743 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE));
744 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_DATE_SEP;
745 pFormat++;
746 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
747 TRACE("date sep\n");
748 }
749 else if (*pFormat == ':' && COULD_BE(FMT_TYPE_DATE))
750 {
751 /* Date formats: Time separator
752 * Other formats: Literal
753 * Types the format if found
754 */
755 header->type = FMT_TYPE_DATE;
756 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE));
757 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_TIME_SEP;
758 pFormat++;
759 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
760 TRACE("time sep\n");
761 }
762 else if ((*pFormat == 'a' || *pFormat == 'A') &&
763 !_wcsnicmp(pFormat, szAMPM, ARRAY_SIZE(szAMPM)))
764 {
765 /* Date formats: System AM/PM designation
766 * Other formats: Literal
767 * Types the format if found
768 */
769 header->type = FMT_TYPE_DATE;
770 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE));
771 pFormat += ARRAY_SIZE(szAMPM);
772 if (!wcsncmp(pFormat, szampm, ARRAY_SIZE(szampm)))
773 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_AMPM_SYS2;
774 else
775 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_AMPM_SYS1;
776 if (pLastHours)
777 *pLastHours = *pLastHours + 2;
778 TRACE("ampm\n");
779 }
780 else if (*pFormat == 'a' && pFormat[1] == '/' &&
781 (pFormat[2] == 'p' || pFormat[2] == 'P'))
782 {
783 /* Date formats: lowercase a or p designation
784 * Other formats: Literal
785 * Types the format if found
786 */
787 header->type = FMT_TYPE_DATE;
788 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE));
789 pFormat += 3;
790 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_A_LOWER;
791 if (pLastHours)
792 *pLastHours = *pLastHours + 2;
793 TRACE("a/p\n");
794 }
795 else if (*pFormat == 'A' && pFormat[1] == '/' &&
796 (pFormat[2] == 'p' || pFormat[2] == 'P'))
797 {
798 /* Date formats: Uppercase a or p designation
799 * Other formats: Literal
800 * Types the format if found
801 */
802 header->type = FMT_TYPE_DATE;
803 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE));
804 pFormat += 3;
805 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_A_UPPER;
806 if (pLastHours)
807 *pLastHours = *pLastHours + 2;
808 TRACE("A/P\n");
809 }
810 else if (*pFormat == 'a' && !wcsncmp(pFormat, szamSlashpm, ARRAY_SIZE(szamSlashpm)))
811 {
812 /* Date formats: lowercase AM or PM designation
813 * Other formats: Literal
814 * Types the format if found
815 */
816 header->type = FMT_TYPE_DATE;
817 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE));
818 pFormat += ARRAY_SIZE(szamSlashpm);
819 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_AMPM_LOWER;
820 if (pLastHours)
821 *pLastHours = *pLastHours + 2;
822 TRACE("AM/PM\n");
823 }
824 else if (*pFormat == 'A' && !wcsncmp(pFormat, szAMSlashPM, ARRAY_SIZE(szAMSlashPM)))
825 {
826 /* Date formats: Uppercase AM or PM designation
827 * Other formats: Literal
828 * Types the format if found
829 */
830 header->type = FMT_TYPE_DATE;
831 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE));
832 pFormat += ARRAY_SIZE(szAMSlashPM);
833 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_AMPM_UPPER;
834 TRACE("AM/PM\n");
835 }
836 else if ((*pFormat == 'c' || *pFormat == 'C') && COULD_BE(FMT_TYPE_DATE))
837 {
838 /* Date formats: General date format
839 * Other formats: Literal
840 * Types the format if found
841 */
842 header->type = FMT_TYPE_DATE;
843 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE));
844 pFormat += ARRAY_SIZE(szAMSlashPM);
845 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_GENERAL;
846 TRACE("gen date\n");
847 }
848 else if ((*pFormat == 'd' || *pFormat == 'D') && COULD_BE(FMT_TYPE_DATE))
849 {
850 /* Date formats: Day specifier
851 * Other formats: Literal
852 * Types the format if found
853 */
854 int count = -1;
855 header->type = FMT_TYPE_DATE;
856 while ((*pFormat == 'd' || *pFormat == 'D') && count < 6)
857 {
858 pFormat++;
859 count++;
860 }
861 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE));
862 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_DAY + count;
863 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
864 /* When we find the days token, reset the seen hours state so that
865 * 'mm' is again written as month when encountered.
866 */
867 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_SEEN_HOURS;
868 TRACE("%d d's\n", count + 1);
869 }
870 else if ((*pFormat == 'h' || *pFormat == 'H') && COULD_BE(FMT_TYPE_DATE))
871 {
872 /* Date formats: Hour specifier
873 * Other formats: Literal
874 * Types the format if found
875 */
876 header->type = FMT_TYPE_DATE;
877 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE));
878 pFormat++;
879 /* Record the position of the hours specifier - if we encounter
880 * an am/pm specifier we will change the hours from 24 to 12.
881 */
882 pLastHours = pOut;
883 if (*pFormat == 'h' || *pFormat == 'H')
884 {
885 pFormat++;
886 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_HOUR_0;
887 TRACE("hh\n");
888 }
889 else
890 {
891 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_HOUR;
892 TRACE("h\n");
893 }
894 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
895 /* Note that now we have seen an hours token, the next occurrence of
896 * 'mm' indicates minutes, not months.
897 */
898 fmt_state |= FMT_STATE_SEEN_HOURS;
899 }
900 else if ((*pFormat == 'm' || *pFormat == 'M') && COULD_BE(FMT_TYPE_DATE))
901 {
902 /* Date formats: Month specifier (or Minute specifier, after hour specifier)
903 * Other formats: Literal
904 * Types the format if found
905 */
906 int count = -1;
907 header->type = FMT_TYPE_DATE;
908 while ((*pFormat == 'm' || *pFormat == 'M') && count < 4)
909 {
910 pFormat++;
911 count++;
912 }
913 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE));
914 if (count <= 1 && fmt_state & FMT_STATE_SEEN_HOURS &&
915 !(fmt_state & FMT_STATE_WROTE_MINUTES))
916 {
917 /* We have seen an hours specifier and not yet written a minutes
918 * specifier. Write this as minutes and thereafter as months.
919 */
920 *pOut++ = count == 1 ? FMT_DATE_MIN_0 : FMT_DATE_MIN;
921 fmt_state |= FMT_STATE_WROTE_MINUTES; /* Hereafter write months */
922 }
923 else
924 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_MON + count; /* Months */
925 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
926 TRACE("%d m's\n", count + 1);
927 }
928 else if ((*pFormat == 'n' || *pFormat == 'N') && COULD_BE(FMT_TYPE_DATE))
929 {
930 /* Date formats: Minute specifier
931 * Other formats: Literal
932 * Types the format if found
933 */
934 header->type = FMT_TYPE_DATE;
935 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE));
936 pFormat++;
937 if (*pFormat == 'n' || *pFormat == 'N')
938 {
939 pFormat++;
940 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_MIN_0;
941 TRACE("nn\n");
942 }
943 else
944 {
945 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_MIN;
946 TRACE("n\n");
947 }
948 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
949 }
950 else if ((*pFormat == 'q' || *pFormat == 'Q') && COULD_BE(FMT_TYPE_DATE))
951 {
952 /* Date formats: Quarter specifier
953 * Other formats: Literal
954 * Types the format if found
955 */
956 header->type = FMT_TYPE_DATE;
957 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE));
958 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_QUARTER;
959 pFormat++;
960 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
961 TRACE("quarter\n");
962 }
963 else if ((*pFormat == 's' || *pFormat == 'S') && COULD_BE(FMT_TYPE_DATE))
964 {
965 /* Date formats: Second specifier
966 * Other formats: Literal
967 * Types the format if found
968 */
969 header->type = FMT_TYPE_DATE;
970 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE));
971 pFormat++;
972 if (*pFormat == 's' || *pFormat == 'S')
973 {
974 pFormat++;
975 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_SEC_0;
976 TRACE("ss\n");
977 }
978 else
979 {
980 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_SEC;
981 TRACE("s\n");
982 }
983 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
984 }
985 else if ((*pFormat == 't' || *pFormat == 'T') &&
986 !_wcsnicmp(pFormat, szTTTTT, ARRAY_SIZE(szTTTTT)))
987 {
988 /* Date formats: System time specifier
989 * Other formats: Literal
990 * Types the format if found
991 */
992 header->type = FMT_TYPE_DATE;
993 pFormat += ARRAY_SIZE(szTTTTT);
994 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE));
995 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_TIME_SYS;
996 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
997 }
998 else if ((*pFormat == 'w' || *pFormat == 'W') && COULD_BE(FMT_TYPE_DATE))
999 {
1000 /* Date formats: Week of the year/Day of the week
1001 * Other formats: Literal
1002 * Types the format if found
1003 */
1004 header->type = FMT_TYPE_DATE;
1005 pFormat++;
1006 if (*pFormat == 'w' || *pFormat == 'W')
1007 {
1008 NEED_SPACE(3 * sizeof(BYTE));
1009 pFormat++;
1010 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_WEEK_YEAR;
1011 *pOut++ = nFirstDay;
1012 *pOut++ = nFirstWeek;
1013 TRACE("ww\n");
1014 }
1015 else
1016 {
1017 NEED_SPACE(2 * sizeof(BYTE));
1018 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_DAY_WEEK;
1019 *pOut++ = nFirstDay;
1020 TRACE("w\n");
1021 }
1022
1023 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
1024 }
1025 else if ((*pFormat == 'y' || *pFormat == 'Y') && COULD_BE(FMT_TYPE_DATE))
1026 {
1027 /* Date formats: Day of year/Year specifier
1028 * Other formats: Literal
1029 * Types the format if found
1030 */
1031 int count = -1;
1032 header->type = FMT_TYPE_DATE;
1033 while ((*pFormat == 'y' || *pFormat == 'Y') && count < 4)
1034 {
1035 pFormat++;
1036 count++;
1037 }
1038 if (count == 2)
1039 {
1040 count--; /* 'yyy' has no meaning, despite what MSDN says */
1041 pFormat--;
1042 }
1043 NEED_SPACE(sizeof(BYTE));
1044 *pOut++ = FMT_DATE_YEAR_DOY + count;
1045 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
1046 TRACE("%d y's\n", count + 1);
1047 }
1048 /* -------------
1049 * String tokens
1050 * -------------
1051 */
1052 else if (*pFormat == '@' && COULD_BE(FMT_TYPE_STRING))
1053 {
1054 /* String formats: Character from string or space if no char
1055 * Other formats: Literal
1056 * Types the format if found
1057 */
1058 header->type = FMT_TYPE_STRING;
1059 NEED_SPACE(2 * sizeof(BYTE));
1060 *pOut++ = FMT_STR_COPY_SPACE;
1061 *pOut = 0x0;
1062 while (*pFormat == '@')
1063 {
1064 *pOut = *pOut + 1;
1065 str_header->copy_chars++;
1066 pFormat++;
1067 }
1068 TRACE("%d @'s\n", *pOut);
1069 pOut++;
1070 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
1071 }
1072 else if (*pFormat == '&' && COULD_BE(FMT_TYPE_STRING))
1073 {
1074 /* String formats: Character from string or skip if no char
1075 * Other formats: Literal
1076 * Types the format if found
1077 */
1078 header->type = FMT_TYPE_STRING;
1079 NEED_SPACE(2 * sizeof(BYTE));
1080 *pOut++ = FMT_STR_COPY_SKIP;
1081 *pOut = 0x0;
1082 while (*pFormat == '&')
1083 {
1084 *pOut = *pOut + 1;
1085 str_header->copy_chars++;
1086 pFormat++;
1087 }
1088 TRACE("%d &'s\n", *pOut);
1089 pOut++;
1090 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
1091 }
1092 else if ((*pFormat == '<' || *pFormat == '>') && COULD_BE(FMT_TYPE_STRING))
1093 {
1094 /* String formats: Use upper/lower case
1095 * Other formats: Literal
1096 * Types the format if found
1097 */
1098 header->type = FMT_TYPE_STRING;
1099 if (*pFormat == '<')
1100 str_header->flags |= FMT_FLAG_LT;
1101 else
1102 str_header->flags |= FMT_FLAG_GT;
1103 TRACE("to %s case\n", *pFormat == '<' ? "lower" : "upper");
1104 pFormat++;
1105 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
1106 }
1107 else if (*pFormat == '!' && COULD_BE(FMT_TYPE_STRING))
1108 {
1109 /* String formats: Copy right to left
1110 * Other formats: Literal
1111 * Types the format if found
1112 */
1113 header->type = FMT_TYPE_STRING;
1114 str_header->flags |= FMT_FLAG_RTL;
1115 pFormat++;
1116 fmt_state &= ~FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
1117 TRACE("copy right-to-left\n");
1118 }
1119 /* --------
1120 * Literals
1121 * --------
1122 */
1123 /* FIXME: [ seems to be ignored */
1124 else
1125 {
1126 if (*pFormat == '%' && header->type == FMT_TYPE_NUMBER)
1127 {
1128 /* Number formats: Percentage indicator, also a literal
1129 * Other formats: Literal
1130 * Doesn't type the format
1131 */
1132 num_header->flags |= FMT_FLAG_PERCENT;
1133 }
1134
1135 if (fmt_state & FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY)
1136 {
1137 pOut[-1] = pOut[-1] + 1; /* Increase the length of the open copy */
1138 TRACE("extend copy (char '%c'), length now %d\n", *pFormat, pOut[-1]);
1139 }
1140 else
1141 {
1142 /* Create a new open copy */
1143 TRACE("New copy (char '%c')\n", *pFormat);
1144 NEED_SPACE(3 * sizeof(BYTE));
1145 *pOut++ = FMT_GEN_COPY;
1146 *pOut++ = pFormat - lpszFormat;
1147 *pOut++ = 0x1;
1148 fmt_state |= FMT_STATE_OPEN_COPY;
1149 }
1150 pFormat++;
1151 }
1152 }
1153
1154 *pOut++ = FMT_GEN_END;
1155
1156 header->size = pOut - rgbTok;
1157 if (pcbActual)
1158 *pcbActual = header->size;
1159
1160 return S_OK;
1161}
1162
1163/* Number formatting state flags */
1164#define NUM_WROTE_DEC 0x01 /* Written the decimal separator */
1165#define NUM_WRITE_ON 0x02 /* Started to write the number */
1166#define NUM_WROTE_SIGN 0x04 /* Written the negative sign */
1167
1168/* Format a variant using a number format */
1170 LPBYTE rgbTok, ULONG dwFlags,
1171 BSTR *pbstrOut, LCID lcid)
1172{
1173 BYTE rgbDig[256], *prgbDig;
1174 NUMPARSE np;
1175 int have_int, need_int = 0, have_frac, need_frac, exponent = 0, pad = 0;
1176 WCHAR buff[256], *pBuff = buff;
1177 WCHAR thousandSeparator[32];
1178 VARIANT vString, vBool;
1179 DWORD dwState = 0;
1180 FMT_HEADER *header = (FMT_HEADER*)rgbTok;
1181 FMT_NUMBER_HEADER *numHeader;
1182 const BYTE* pToken = NULL;
1183 HRESULT hRes = S_OK;
1184
1185 TRACE("(%s,%s,%p,0x%08x,%p,0x%08x)\n", debugstr_variant(pVarIn), debugstr_w(lpszFormat),
1186 rgbTok, dwFlags, pbstrOut, lcid);
1187
1188 V_VT(&vString) = VT_EMPTY;
1189 V_VT(&vBool) = VT_BOOL;
1190
1191 if (V_TYPE(pVarIn) == VT_EMPTY || V_TYPE(pVarIn) == VT_NULL)
1192 {
1193 have_int = have_frac = 0;
1194 numHeader = (FMT_NUMBER_HEADER*)(rgbTok + FmtGetNull(header));
1195 V_BOOL(&vBool) = VARIANT_FALSE;
1196 }
1197 else
1198 {
1199 /* Get a number string from pVarIn, and parse it */
1200 hRes = VariantChangeTypeEx(&vString, pVarIn, lcid, VARIANT_NOUSEROVERRIDE, VT_BSTR);
1201 if (FAILED(hRes))
1202 return hRes;
1203
1204 np.cDig = sizeof(rgbDig);
1205 np.dwInFlags = NUMPRS_STD;
1206 hRes = VarParseNumFromStr(V_BSTR(&vString), lcid, 0, &np, rgbDig);
1207 if (FAILED(hRes))
1208 return hRes;
1209
1210 have_int = np.cDig;
1211 have_frac = 0;
1212 exponent = np.nPwr10;
1213
1214 /* Figure out which format to use */
1215 if (np.dwOutFlags & NUMPRS_NEG)
1216 {
1217 numHeader = (FMT_NUMBER_HEADER*)(rgbTok + FmtGetNegative(header));
1218 V_BOOL(&vBool) = VARIANT_TRUE;
1219 }
1220 else if (have_int == 1 && !exponent && rgbDig[0] == 0)
1221 {
1222 numHeader = (FMT_NUMBER_HEADER*)(rgbTok + FmtGetZero(header));
1223 V_BOOL(&vBool) = VARIANT_FALSE;
1224 }
1225 else
1226 {
1227 numHeader = (FMT_NUMBER_HEADER*)(rgbTok + FmtGetPositive(header));
1228 V_BOOL(&vBool) = VARIANT_TRUE;
1229 }
1230
1231 TRACE("num header: flags = 0x%x, mult=%d, div=%d, whole=%d, fract=%d\n",
1232 numHeader->flags, numHeader->multiplier, numHeader->divisor,
1233 numHeader->whole, numHeader->fractional);
1234
1235 need_int = numHeader->whole;
1236 need_frac = numHeader->fractional;
1237
1238 if (numHeader->flags & FMT_FLAG_PERCENT &&
1239 !(have_int == 1 && !exponent && rgbDig[0] == 0))
1240 exponent += 2;
1241
1242 if (numHeader->flags & FMT_FLAG_EXPONENT)
1243 {
1244 /* Exponent format: length of the integral number part is fixed and
1245 specified by the format. */
1246 pad = need_int - have_int;
1247 exponent -= pad;
1248 if (pad < 0)
1249 {
1250 have_int = need_int;
1251 have_frac -= pad;
1252 pad = 0;
1253 }
1254 }
1255 else
1256 {
1257 /* Convert the exponent */
1258 pad = max(exponent, -have_int);
1259 exponent -= pad;
1260 if (pad < 0)
1261 {
1262 have_int += pad;
1263 have_frac = -pad;
1264 pad = 0;
1265 }
1266 if(exponent < 0 && exponent > (-256 + have_int + have_frac))
1267 {
1268 /* Remove exponent notation */
1269 memmove(rgbDig - exponent, rgbDig, have_int + have_frac);
1270 ZeroMemory(rgbDig, -exponent);
1271 have_frac -= exponent;
1272 exponent = 0;
1273 }
1274 }
1275
1276 /* Rounding the number */
1277 if (have_frac > need_frac)
1278 {
1279 prgbDig = &rgbDig[have_int + need_frac];
1280 have_frac = need_frac;
1281 if (*prgbDig >= 5)
1282 {
1283 while (prgbDig-- > rgbDig && *prgbDig == 9)
1284 *prgbDig = 0;
1285 if (prgbDig < rgbDig)
1286 {
1287 /* We reached the first digit and that was also a 9 */
1288 rgbDig[0] = 1;
1289 if (numHeader->flags & FMT_FLAG_EXPONENT)
1290 exponent++;
1291 else
1292 {
1293 rgbDig[have_int + need_frac] = 0;
1294 if (exponent < 0)
1295 exponent++;
1296 else
1297 have_int++;
1298 }
1299 }
1300 else
1301 (*prgbDig)++;
1302 }
1303 /* We converted trailing digits to zeroes => have_frac has changed */
1304 while (have_frac > 0 && rgbDig[have_int + have_frac - 1] == 0)
1305 have_frac--;
1306 }
1307 TRACE("have_int=%d,need_int=%d,have_frac=%d,need_frac=%d,pad=%d,exp=%d\n",
1308 have_int, need_int, have_frac, need_frac, pad, exponent);
1309 }
1310
1311 if (numHeader->flags & FMT_FLAG_THOUSANDS)
1312 {
1313 if (!GetLocaleInfoW(lcid, LOCALE_STHOUSAND, thousandSeparator, ARRAY_SIZE(thousandSeparator)))
1314 {
1315 thousandSeparator[0] = ',';
1316 thousandSeparator[1] = 0;
1317 }
1318 }
1319
1320 pToken = (const BYTE*)numHeader + sizeof(FMT_NUMBER_HEADER);
1321 prgbDig = rgbDig;
1322
1323 while (SUCCEEDED(hRes) && *pToken != FMT_GEN_END)
1324 {
1325 WCHAR defaultChar = '?';
1326 DWORD boolFlag, localeValue = 0;
1327 BOOL shouldAdvance = TRUE;
1328
1329 if (pToken - rgbTok > header->size)
1330 {
1331 ERR("Ran off the end of the format!\n");
1332 hRes = E_INVALIDARG;
1333 goto VARIANT_FormatNumber_Exit;
1334 }
1335
1336 switch (*pToken)
1337 {
1338 case FMT_GEN_COPY:
1339 TRACE("copy %s\n", debugstr_wn(lpszFormat + pToken[1], pToken[2]));
1340 memcpy(pBuff, lpszFormat + pToken[1], pToken[2] * sizeof(WCHAR));
1341 pBuff += pToken[2];
1342 pToken += 2;
1343 break;
1344
1345 case FMT_GEN_INLINE:
1346 pToken += 2;
1347 TRACE("copy %s\n", debugstr_a((LPCSTR)pToken));
1348 while (*pToken)
1349 *pBuff++ = *pToken++;
1350 break;
1351
1352 case FMT_NUM_YES_NO:
1353 boolFlag = VAR_BOOLYESNO;
1354 goto VARIANT_FormatNumber_Bool;
1355
1356 case FMT_NUM_ON_OFF:
1357 boolFlag = VAR_BOOLONOFF;
1358 goto VARIANT_FormatNumber_Bool;
1359
1360 case FMT_NUM_TRUE_FALSE:
1361 boolFlag = VAR_LOCALBOOL;
1362
1363VARIANT_FormatNumber_Bool:
1364 {
1365 BSTR boolStr = NULL;
1366
1367 if (pToken[1] != FMT_GEN_END)
1368 {
1369 ERR("Boolean token not at end of format!\n");
1370 hRes = E_INVALIDARG;
1371 goto VARIANT_FormatNumber_Exit;
1372 }
1373 hRes = VarBstrFromBool(V_BOOL(&vBool), lcid, boolFlag, &boolStr);
1374 if (SUCCEEDED(hRes))
1375 {
1376 lstrcpyW(pBuff, boolStr);
1377 SysFreeString(boolStr);
1378 while (*pBuff)
1379 pBuff++;
1380 }
1381 }
1382 break;
1383
1384 case FMT_NUM_DECIMAL:
1385 if ((np.dwOutFlags & NUMPRS_NEG) && !(dwState & NUM_WROTE_SIGN) && !header->starts[1])
1386 {
1387 /* last chance for a negative sign in the .# case */
1388 TRACE("write negative sign\n");
1389 localeValue = LOCALE_SNEGATIVESIGN;
1390 defaultChar = '-';
1391 dwState |= NUM_WROTE_SIGN;
1392 shouldAdvance = FALSE;
1393 break;
1394 }
1395 TRACE("write decimal separator\n");
1396 localeValue = LOCALE_SDECIMAL;
1397 defaultChar = '.';
1398 dwState |= NUM_WROTE_DEC;
1399 break;
1400
1401 case FMT_NUM_CURRENCY:
1402 TRACE("write currency symbol\n");
1403 localeValue = LOCALE_SCURRENCY;
1404 defaultChar = '$';
1405 break;
1406
1407 case FMT_NUM_EXP_POS_U:
1408 case FMT_NUM_EXP_POS_L:
1409 case FMT_NUM_EXP_NEG_U:
1410 case FMT_NUM_EXP_NEG_L:
1411 if (*pToken == FMT_NUM_EXP_POS_L || *pToken == FMT_NUM_EXP_NEG_L)
1412 *pBuff++ = 'e';
1413 else
1414 *pBuff++ = 'E';
1415 if (exponent < 0)
1416 {
1417 *pBuff++ = '-';
1418 swprintf(pBuff, szPercentZeroStar_d, pToken[1], -exponent);
1419 }
1420 else
1421 {
1422 if (*pToken == FMT_NUM_EXP_POS_L || *pToken == FMT_NUM_EXP_POS_U)
1423 *pBuff++ = '+';
1424 swprintf(pBuff, szPercentZeroStar_d, pToken[1], exponent);
1425 }
1426 while (*pBuff)
1427 pBuff++;
1428 pToken++;
1429 break;
1430
1431 case FMT_NUM_COPY_ZERO:
1432 dwState |= NUM_WRITE_ON;
1433 /* Fall through */
1434
1435 case FMT_NUM_COPY_SKIP:
1436 TRACE("write %d %sdigits or %s\n", pToken[1],
1437 dwState & NUM_WROTE_DEC ? "fractional " : "",
1438 *pToken == FMT_NUM_COPY_ZERO ? "0" : "skip");
1439
1440 if (dwState & NUM_WROTE_DEC)
1441 {
1442 int count, i;
1443
1444 if (!(numHeader->flags & FMT_FLAG_EXPONENT) && exponent < 0)
1445 {
1446 /* Pad with 0 before writing the fractional digits */
1447 pad = max(exponent, -pToken[1]);
1448 exponent -= pad;
1449 count = min(have_frac, pToken[1] + pad);
1450 for (i = 0; i > pad; i--)
1451 *pBuff++ = '0';
1452 }
1453 else
1454 count = min(have_frac, pToken[1]);
1455
1456 pad += pToken[1] - count;
1457 have_frac -= count;
1458 while (count--)
1459 *pBuff++ = '0' + *prgbDig++;
1460 if (*pToken == FMT_NUM_COPY_ZERO)
1461 {
1462 for (; pad > 0; pad--)
1463 *pBuff++ = '0'; /* Write zeros for missing trailing digits */
1464 }
1465 }
1466 else
1467 {
1468 int count, count_max, position;
1469
1470 if ((np.dwOutFlags & NUMPRS_NEG) && !(dwState & NUM_WROTE_SIGN) && !header->starts[1])
1471 {
1472 TRACE("write negative sign\n");
1473 localeValue = LOCALE_SNEGATIVESIGN;
1474 defaultChar = '-';
1475 dwState |= NUM_WROTE_SIGN;
1476 shouldAdvance = FALSE;
1477 break;
1478 }
1479
1480 position = have_int + pad;
1481 if (dwState & NUM_WRITE_ON)
1482 position = max(position, need_int);
1483 need_int -= pToken[1];
1484 count_max = have_int + pad - need_int;
1485 if (count_max < 0)
1486 count_max = 0;
1487 if (dwState & NUM_WRITE_ON)
1488 {
1489 count = pToken[1] - count_max;
1490 TRACE("write %d leading zeros\n", count);
1491 while (count-- > 0)
1492 {
1493 *pBuff++ = '0';
1494 if ((numHeader->flags & FMT_FLAG_THOUSANDS) &&
1495 position > 1 && (--position % 3) == 0)
1496 {
1497 int k;
1498 TRACE("write thousand separator\n");
1499 for (k = 0; thousandSeparator[k]; k++)
1500 *pBuff++ = thousandSeparator[k];
1501 }
1502 }
1503 }
1504 if (*pToken == FMT_NUM_COPY_ZERO || have_int > 1 ||
1505 (have_int > 0 && *prgbDig > 0))
1506 {
1507 count = min(count_max, have_int);
1508 count_max -= count;
1509 have_int -= count;
1510 TRACE("write %d whole number digits\n", count);
1511 while (count--)
1512 {
1513 dwState |= NUM_WRITE_ON;
1514 *pBuff++ = '0' + *prgbDig++;
1515 if ((numHeader->flags & FMT_FLAG_THOUSANDS) &&
1516 position > 1 && (--position % 3) == 0)
1517 {
1518 int k;
1519 TRACE("write thousand separator\n");
1520 for (k = 0; thousandSeparator[k]; k++)
1521 *pBuff++ = thousandSeparator[k];
1522 }
1523 }
1524 }
1525 count = min(count_max, pad);
1526 pad -= count;
1527 TRACE("write %d whole trailing 0's\n", count);
1528 while (count--)
1529 {
1530 *pBuff++ = '0';
1531 if ((numHeader->flags & FMT_FLAG_THOUSANDS) &&
1532 position > 1 && (--position % 3) == 0)
1533 {
1534 int k;
1535 TRACE("write thousand separator\n");
1536 for (k = 0; thousandSeparator[k]; k++)
1537 *pBuff++ = thousandSeparator[k];
1538 }
1539 }
1540 }
1541 pToken++;
1542 break;
1543
1544 default:
1545 ERR("Unknown token 0x%02x!\n", *pToken);
1546 hRes = E_INVALIDARG;
1547 goto VARIANT_FormatNumber_Exit;
1548 }
1549 if (localeValue)
1550 {
1551 if (GetLocaleInfoW(lcid, localeValue, pBuff, ARRAY_SIZE(buff)-(pBuff-buff)))
1552 {
1553 TRACE("added %s\n", debugstr_w(pBuff));
1554 while (*pBuff)
1555 pBuff++;
1556 }
1557 else
1558 {
1559 TRACE("added %d '%c'\n", defaultChar, defaultChar);
1560 *pBuff++ = defaultChar;
1561 }
1562 }
1563 if (shouldAdvance)
1564 pToken++;
1565 }
1566
1567VARIANT_FormatNumber_Exit:
1568 VariantClear(&vString);
1569 *pBuff = '\0';
1570 TRACE("buff is %s\n", debugstr_w(buff));
1571 if (SUCCEEDED(hRes))
1572 {
1573 *pbstrOut = SysAllocString(buff);
1574 if (!*pbstrOut)
1575 hRes = E_OUTOFMEMORY;
1576 }
1577 return hRes;
1578}
1579
1580/* Format a variant using a date format */
1582 LPBYTE rgbTok, ULONG dwFlags,
1583 BSTR *pbstrOut, LCID lcid)
1584{
1585 WCHAR buff[256], *pBuff = buff;
1586 VARIANT vDate;
1587 UDATE udate;
1588 FMT_HEADER *header = (FMT_HEADER*)rgbTok;
1589 FMT_DATE_HEADER *dateHeader;
1590 const BYTE* pToken = NULL;
1591 HRESULT hRes;
1592
1593 TRACE("(%s,%s,%p,0x%08x,%p,0x%08x)\n", debugstr_variant(pVarIn),
1594 debugstr_w(lpszFormat), rgbTok, dwFlags, pbstrOut, lcid);
1595
1596 V_VT(&vDate) = VT_EMPTY;
1597
1598 if (V_TYPE(pVarIn) == VT_EMPTY || V_TYPE(pVarIn) == VT_NULL)
1599 {
1600 dateHeader = (FMT_DATE_HEADER*)(rgbTok + FmtGetNegative(header));
1601 V_DATE(&vDate) = 0;
1602 }
1603 else
1604 {
1606
1607 hRes = VariantChangeTypeEx(&vDate, pVarIn, lcid, usFlags, VT_DATE);
1608 if (FAILED(hRes))
1609 return hRes;
1610 dateHeader = (FMT_DATE_HEADER*)(rgbTok + FmtGetPositive(header));
1611 }
1612
1613 hRes = VarUdateFromDate(V_DATE(&vDate), 0 /* FIXME: flags? */, &udate);
1614 if (FAILED(hRes))
1615 return hRes;
1616 pToken = (const BYTE*)dateHeader + sizeof(FMT_DATE_HEADER);
1617
1618 while (*pToken != FMT_GEN_END)
1619 {
1620 DWORD dwVal = 0, localeValue = 0, dwFmt = 0;
1621 LPCWSTR szPrintFmt = NULL;
1622 WCHAR defaultChar = '?';
1623
1624 if (pToken - rgbTok > header->size)
1625 {
1626 ERR("Ran off the end of the format!\n");
1627 hRes = E_INVALIDARG;
1628 goto VARIANT_FormatDate_Exit;
1629 }
1630
1631 switch (*pToken)
1632 {
1633 case FMT_GEN_COPY:
1634 TRACE("copy %s\n", debugstr_wn(lpszFormat + pToken[1], pToken[2]));
1635 memcpy(pBuff, lpszFormat + pToken[1], pToken[2] * sizeof(WCHAR));
1636 pBuff += pToken[2];
1637 pToken += 2;
1638 break;
1639
1640 case FMT_GEN_INLINE:
1641 pToken += 2;
1642 TRACE("copy %s\n", debugstr_a((LPCSTR)pToken));
1643 while (*pToken)
1644 *pBuff++ = *pToken++;
1645 break;
1646
1647 case FMT_DATE_TIME_SEP:
1648 TRACE("time separator\n");
1649 localeValue = LOCALE_STIME;
1650 defaultChar = ':';
1651 break;
1652
1653 case FMT_DATE_DATE_SEP:
1654 TRACE("date separator\n");
1655 localeValue = LOCALE_SDATE;
1656 defaultChar = '/';
1657 break;
1658
1659 case FMT_DATE_GENERAL:
1660 {
1661 BSTR date = NULL;
1662 WCHAR *pDate;
1663 hRes = VarBstrFromDate(V_DATE(&vDate), lcid, 0, &date);
1664 if (FAILED(hRes))
1665 goto VARIANT_FormatDate_Exit;
1666 pDate = date;
1667 while (*pDate)
1668 *pBuff++ = *pDate++;
1670 }
1671 break;
1672
1673 case FMT_DATE_QUARTER:
1674 if (udate.st.wMonth <= 3)
1675 *pBuff++ = '1';
1676 else if (udate.st.wMonth <= 6)
1677 *pBuff++ = '2';
1678 else if (udate.st.wMonth <= 9)
1679 *pBuff++ = '3';
1680 else
1681 *pBuff++ = '4';
1682 break;
1683
1684 case FMT_DATE_TIME_SYS:
1685 {
1686 /* FIXME: VARIANT_CALENDAR HIJRI should cause Hijri output */
1687 BSTR date = NULL;
1688 WCHAR *pDate;
1689 hRes = VarBstrFromDate(V_DATE(&vDate), lcid, VAR_TIMEVALUEONLY, &date);
1690 if (FAILED(hRes))
1691 goto VARIANT_FormatDate_Exit;
1692 pDate = date;
1693 while (*pDate)
1694 *pBuff++ = *pDate++;
1696 }
1697 break;
1698
1699 case FMT_DATE_DAY:
1700 szPrintFmt = szPercent_d;
1701 dwVal = udate.st.wDay;
1702 break;
1703
1704 case FMT_DATE_DAY_0:
1705 szPrintFmt = szPercentZeroTwo_d;
1706 dwVal = udate.st.wDay;
1707 break;
1708
1709 case FMT_DATE_DAY_SHORT:
1710 /* FIXME: VARIANT_CALENDAR HIJRI should cause Hijri output */
1711 TRACE("short day\n");
1712 localeValue = LOCALE_SABBREVDAYNAME1 + (udate.st.wDayOfWeek + 6)%7;
1713 defaultChar = '?';
1714 break;
1715
1716 case FMT_DATE_DAY_LONG:
1717 /* FIXME: VARIANT_CALENDAR HIJRI should cause Hijri output */
1718 TRACE("long day\n");
1719 localeValue = LOCALE_SDAYNAME1 + (udate.st.wDayOfWeek + 6)%7;
1720 defaultChar = '?';
1721 break;
1722
1723 case FMT_DATE_SHORT:
1724 /* FIXME: VARIANT_CALENDAR HIJRI should cause Hijri output */
1725 dwFmt = LOCALE_SSHORTDATE;
1726 break;
1727
1728 case FMT_DATE_LONG:
1729 /* FIXME: VARIANT_CALENDAR HIJRI should cause Hijri output */
1730 dwFmt = LOCALE_SLONGDATE;
1731 break;
1732
1733 case FMT_DATE_MEDIUM:
1734 FIXME("Medium date treated as long date\n");
1735 dwFmt = LOCALE_SLONGDATE;
1736 break;
1737
1738 case FMT_DATE_DAY_WEEK:
1739 szPrintFmt = szPercent_d;
1740 if (pToken[1])
1741 dwVal = udate.st.wDayOfWeek + 2 - pToken[1];
1742 else
1743 {
1744 GetLocaleInfoW(lcid,LOCALE_RETURN_NUMBER|LOCALE_IFIRSTDAYOFWEEK,
1745 (LPWSTR)&dwVal, sizeof(dwVal)/sizeof(WCHAR));
1746 dwVal = udate.st.wDayOfWeek + 1 - dwVal;
1747 }
1748 pToken++;
1749 break;
1750
1751 case FMT_DATE_WEEK_YEAR:
1752 szPrintFmt = szPercent_d;
1753 dwVal = udate.wDayOfYear / 7 + 1;
1754 pToken += 2;
1755 FIXME("Ignoring nFirstDay of %d, nFirstWeek of %d\n", pToken[0], pToken[1]);
1756 break;
1757
1758 case FMT_DATE_MON:
1759 szPrintFmt = szPercent_d;
1760 dwVal = udate.st.wMonth;
1761 break;
1762
1763 case FMT_DATE_MON_0:
1764 szPrintFmt = szPercentZeroTwo_d;
1765 dwVal = udate.st.wMonth;
1766 break;
1767
1768 case FMT_DATE_MON_SHORT:
1769 /* FIXME: VARIANT_CALENDAR HIJRI should cause Hijri output */
1770 TRACE("short month\n");
1771 localeValue = LOCALE_SABBREVMONTHNAME1 + udate.st.wMonth - 1;
1772 defaultChar = '?';
1773 break;
1774
1775 case FMT_DATE_MON_LONG:
1776 /* FIXME: VARIANT_CALENDAR HIJRI should cause Hijri output */
1777 TRACE("long month\n");
1778 localeValue = LOCALE_SMONTHNAME1 + udate.st.wMonth - 1;
1779 defaultChar = '?';
1780 break;
1781
1782 case FMT_DATE_YEAR_DOY:
1783 szPrintFmt = szPercent_d;
1784 dwVal = udate.wDayOfYear;
1785 break;
1786
1787 case FMT_DATE_YEAR_0:
1788 szPrintFmt = szPercentZeroTwo_d;
1789 dwVal = udate.st.wYear % 100;
1790 break;
1791
1792 case FMT_DATE_YEAR_LONG:
1793 szPrintFmt = szPercent_d;
1794 dwVal = udate.st.wYear;
1795 break;
1796
1797 case FMT_DATE_MIN:
1798 szPrintFmt = szPercent_d;
1799 dwVal = udate.st.wMinute;
1800 break;
1801
1802 case FMT_DATE_MIN_0:
1803 szPrintFmt = szPercentZeroTwo_d;
1804 dwVal = udate.st.wMinute;
1805 break;
1806
1807 case FMT_DATE_SEC:
1808 szPrintFmt = szPercent_d;
1809 dwVal = udate.st.wSecond;
1810 break;
1811
1812 case FMT_DATE_SEC_0:
1813 szPrintFmt = szPercentZeroTwo_d;
1814 dwVal = udate.st.wSecond;
1815 break;
1816
1817 case FMT_DATE_HOUR:
1818 szPrintFmt = szPercent_d;
1819 dwVal = udate.st.wHour;
1820 break;
1821
1822 case FMT_DATE_HOUR_0:
1823 case FMT_DATE_TIME_UNK2:
1824 szPrintFmt = szPercentZeroTwo_d;
1825 dwVal = udate.st.wHour;
1826 break;
1827
1828 case FMT_DATE_HOUR_12:
1829 szPrintFmt = szPercent_d;
1830 dwVal = udate.st.wHour ? udate.st.wHour > 12 ? udate.st.wHour - 12 : udate.st.wHour : 12;
1831 break;
1832
1833 case FMT_DATE_HOUR_12_0:
1834 szPrintFmt = szPercentZeroTwo_d;
1835 dwVal = udate.st.wHour ? udate.st.wHour > 12 ? udate.st.wHour - 12 : udate.st.wHour : 12;
1836 break;
1837
1838 case FMT_DATE_AMPM_SYS1:
1839 case FMT_DATE_AMPM_SYS2:
1840 localeValue = udate.st.wHour < 12 ? LOCALE_S1159 : LOCALE_S2359;
1841 defaultChar = '?';
1842 break;
1843
1845 *pBuff++ = udate.st.wHour < 12 ? 'A' : 'P';
1846 *pBuff++ = 'M';
1847 break;
1848
1849 case FMT_DATE_A_UPPER:
1850 *pBuff++ = udate.st.wHour < 12 ? 'A' : 'P';
1851 break;
1852
1854 *pBuff++ = udate.st.wHour < 12 ? 'a' : 'p';
1855 *pBuff++ = 'm';
1856 break;
1857
1858 case FMT_DATE_A_LOWER:
1859 *pBuff++ = udate.st.wHour < 12 ? 'a' : 'p';
1860 break;
1861
1862 default:
1863 ERR("Unknown token 0x%02x!\n", *pToken);
1864 hRes = E_INVALIDARG;
1865 goto VARIANT_FormatDate_Exit;
1866 }
1867 if (localeValue)
1868 {
1869 *pBuff = '\0';
1870 if (GetLocaleInfoW(lcid, localeValue, pBuff, ARRAY_SIZE(buff)-(pBuff-buff)))
1871 {
1872 TRACE("added %s\n", debugstr_w(pBuff));
1873 while (*pBuff)
1874 pBuff++;
1875 }
1876 else
1877 {
1878 TRACE("added %d %c\n", defaultChar, defaultChar);
1879 *pBuff++ = defaultChar;
1880 }
1881 }
1882 else if (dwFmt)
1883 {
1884 WCHAR fmt_buff[80];
1885
1886 if (!GetLocaleInfoW(lcid, dwFmt, fmt_buff, ARRAY_SIZE(fmt_buff)) ||
1887 !get_date_format(lcid, 0, &udate.st, fmt_buff, pBuff, ARRAY_SIZE(buff)-(pBuff-buff)))
1888 {
1889 hRes = E_INVALIDARG;
1890 goto VARIANT_FormatDate_Exit;
1891 }
1892 while (*pBuff)
1893 pBuff++;
1894 }
1895 else if (szPrintFmt)
1896 {
1897 swprintf(pBuff, szPrintFmt, dwVal);
1898 while (*pBuff)
1899 pBuff++;
1900 }
1901 pToken++;
1902 }
1903
1904VARIANT_FormatDate_Exit:
1905 *pBuff = '\0';
1906 TRACE("buff is %s\n", debugstr_w(buff));
1907 if (SUCCEEDED(hRes))
1908 {
1909 *pbstrOut = SysAllocString(buff);
1910 if (!*pbstrOut)
1911 hRes = E_OUTOFMEMORY;
1912 }
1913 return hRes;
1914}
1915
1916/* Format a variant using a string format */
1918 LPBYTE rgbTok, ULONG dwFlags,
1919 BSTR *pbstrOut, LCID lcid)
1920{
1921 static WCHAR szEmpty[] = { '\0' };
1922 WCHAR buff[256], *pBuff = buff;
1923 WCHAR *pSrc;
1924 FMT_HEADER *header = (FMT_HEADER*)rgbTok;
1925 FMT_STRING_HEADER *strHeader;
1926 const BYTE* pToken = NULL;
1927 VARIANT vStr;
1928 int blanks_first;
1929 BOOL bUpper = FALSE;
1930 HRESULT hRes = S_OK;
1931
1932 TRACE("%s,%s,%p,0x%08x,%p,0x%08x)\n", debugstr_variant(pVarIn), debugstr_w(lpszFormat),
1933 rgbTok, dwFlags, pbstrOut, lcid);
1934
1935 V_VT(&vStr) = VT_EMPTY;
1936
1937 if (V_TYPE(pVarIn) == VT_EMPTY || V_TYPE(pVarIn) == VT_NULL)
1938 {
1939 strHeader = (FMT_STRING_HEADER*)(rgbTok + FmtGetNegative(header));
1940 V_BSTR(&vStr) = szEmpty;
1941 }
1942 else
1943 {
1944 hRes = VariantChangeTypeEx(&vStr, pVarIn, lcid, VARIANT_NOUSEROVERRIDE, VT_BSTR);
1945 if (FAILED(hRes))
1946 return hRes;
1947
1948 if (V_BSTR(&vStr)[0] == '\0')
1949 strHeader = (FMT_STRING_HEADER*)(rgbTok + FmtGetNegative(header));
1950 else
1951 strHeader = (FMT_STRING_HEADER*)(rgbTok + FmtGetPositive(header));
1952 }
1953 pSrc = V_BSTR(&vStr);
1954 if ((strHeader->flags & (FMT_FLAG_LT|FMT_FLAG_GT)) == FMT_FLAG_GT)
1955 bUpper = TRUE;
1956 blanks_first = strHeader->copy_chars - lstrlenW(pSrc);
1957 pToken = (const BYTE*)strHeader + sizeof(FMT_DATE_HEADER);
1958
1959 while (*pToken != FMT_GEN_END)
1960 {
1961 int dwCount = 0;
1962
1963 if (pToken - rgbTok > header->size)
1964 {
1965 ERR("Ran off the end of the format!\n");
1966 hRes = E_INVALIDARG;
1967 goto VARIANT_FormatString_Exit;
1968 }
1969
1970 switch (*pToken)
1971 {
1972 case FMT_GEN_COPY:
1973 TRACE("copy %s\n", debugstr_wn(lpszFormat + pToken[1], pToken[2]));
1974 memcpy(pBuff, lpszFormat + pToken[1], pToken[2] * sizeof(WCHAR));
1975 pBuff += pToken[2];
1976 pToken += 2;
1977 break;
1978
1979 case FMT_STR_COPY_SPACE:
1980 case FMT_STR_COPY_SKIP:
1981 dwCount = pToken[1];
1982 if (*pToken == FMT_STR_COPY_SPACE && blanks_first > 0)
1983 {
1984 TRACE("insert %d initial spaces\n", blanks_first);
1985 while (dwCount > 0 && blanks_first > 0)
1986 {
1987 *pBuff++ = ' ';
1988 dwCount--;
1989 blanks_first--;
1990 }
1991 }
1992 TRACE("copy %d chars%s\n", dwCount,
1993 *pToken == FMT_STR_COPY_SPACE ? " with space" :"");
1994 while (dwCount > 0 && *pSrc)
1995 {
1996 if (bUpper)
1997 *pBuff++ = towupper(*pSrc);
1998 else
1999 *pBuff++ = towlower(*pSrc);
2000 dwCount--;
2001 pSrc++;
2002 }
2003 if (*pToken == FMT_STR_COPY_SPACE && dwCount > 0)
2004 {
2005 TRACE("insert %d spaces\n", dwCount);
2006 while (dwCount-- > 0)
2007 *pBuff++ = ' ';
2008 }
2009 pToken++;
2010 break;
2011
2012 default:
2013 ERR("Unknown token 0x%02x!\n", *pToken);
2014 hRes = E_INVALIDARG;
2015 goto VARIANT_FormatString_Exit;
2016 }
2017 pToken++;
2018 }
2019
2020VARIANT_FormatString_Exit:
2021 /* Copy out any remaining chars */
2022 while (*pSrc)
2023 {
2024 if (bUpper)
2025 *pBuff++ = towupper(*pSrc);
2026 else
2027 *pBuff++ = towlower(*pSrc);
2028 pSrc++;
2029 }
2030 VariantClear(&vStr);
2031 *pBuff = '\0';
2032 TRACE("buff is %s\n", debugstr_w(buff));
2033 if (SUCCEEDED(hRes))
2034 {
2035 *pbstrOut = SysAllocString(buff);
2036 if (!*pbstrOut)
2037 hRes = E_OUTOFMEMORY;
2038 }
2039 return hRes;
2040}
2041
2042#define NUMBER_VTBITS (VTBIT_I1|VTBIT_UI1|VTBIT_I2|VTBIT_UI2| \
2043 VTBIT_I4|VTBIT_UI4|VTBIT_I8|VTBIT_UI8| \
2044 VTBIT_R4|VTBIT_R8|VTBIT_CY|VTBIT_DECIMAL| \
2045 VTBIT_BOOL|VTBIT_INT|VTBIT_UINT)
2046
2047/**********************************************************************
2048 * VarFormatFromTokens [OLEAUT32.139]
2049 */
2051 LPBYTE rgbTok, ULONG dwFlags,
2052 BSTR *pbstrOut, LCID lcid)
2053{
2055 VARIANT vTmp;
2056 HRESULT hres;
2057
2058 TRACE("(%p,%s,%p,%x,%p,0x%08x)\n", pVarIn, debugstr_w(lpszFormat),
2059 rgbTok, dwFlags, pbstrOut, lcid);
2060
2061 if (!pbstrOut)
2062 return E_INVALIDARG;
2063
2064 *pbstrOut = NULL;
2065
2066 if (!pVarIn || !rgbTok)
2067 return E_INVALIDARG;
2068
2069 if (V_VT(pVarIn) == VT_NULL)
2070 return S_OK;
2071
2072 if (*rgbTok == FMT_TO_STRING || header->type == FMT_TYPE_GENERAL)
2073 {
2074 /* According to MSDN, general format acts somewhat like the 'Str'
2075 * function in Visual Basic.
2076 */
2077VarFormatFromTokens_AsStr:
2078 V_VT(&vTmp) = VT_EMPTY;
2079 hres = VariantChangeTypeEx(&vTmp, pVarIn, lcid, dwFlags, VT_BSTR);
2080 *pbstrOut = V_BSTR(&vTmp);
2081 }
2082 else
2083 {
2084 if (header->type == FMT_TYPE_NUMBER ||
2085 (header->type == FMT_TYPE_UNKNOWN && ((1 << V_TYPE(pVarIn)) & NUMBER_VTBITS)))
2086 {
2087 hres = VARIANT_FormatNumber(pVarIn, lpszFormat, rgbTok, dwFlags, pbstrOut, lcid);
2088 }
2089 else if (header->type == FMT_TYPE_DATE ||
2090 (header->type == FMT_TYPE_UNKNOWN && V_TYPE(pVarIn) == VT_DATE))
2091 {
2092 hres = VARIANT_FormatDate(pVarIn, lpszFormat, rgbTok, dwFlags, pbstrOut, lcid);
2093 }
2094 else if (header->type == FMT_TYPE_STRING || V_TYPE(pVarIn) == VT_BSTR)
2095 {
2096 hres = VARIANT_FormatString(pVarIn, lpszFormat, rgbTok, dwFlags, pbstrOut, lcid);
2097 }
2098 else
2099 {
2100 ERR("unrecognised format type 0x%02x\n", header->type);
2101 return E_INVALIDARG;
2102 }
2103 /* If the coercion failed, still try to create output, unless the
2104 * VAR_FORMAT_NOSUBSTITUTE flag is set.
2105 */
2108 goto VarFormatFromTokens_AsStr;
2109 }
2110
2111 return hres;
2112}
2113
2114/**********************************************************************
2115 * VarFormat [OLEAUT32.87]
2116 *
2117 * Format a variant from a format string.
2118 *
2119 * PARAMS
2120 * pVarIn [I] Variant to format
2121 * lpszFormat [I] Format string (see notes)
2122 * nFirstDay [I] First day of the week, (See VarTokenizeFormatString() for details)
2123 * nFirstWeek [I] First week of the year (See VarTokenizeFormatString() for details)
2124 * dwFlags [I] Flags for the format (VAR_ flags from "oleauto.h")
2125 * pbstrOut [O] Destination for formatted string.
2126 *
2127 * RETURNS
2128 * Success: S_OK. pbstrOut contains the formatted value.
2129 * Failure: E_INVALIDARG, if any parameter is invalid.
2130 * E_OUTOFMEMORY, if enough memory cannot be allocated.
2131 * DISP_E_TYPEMISMATCH, if the variant cannot be formatted.
2132 *
2133 * NOTES
2134 * - See Variant-Formats for details concerning creating format strings.
2135 * - This function uses LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT when calling VarTokenizeFormatString()
2136 * and VarFormatFromTokens().
2137 */
2139 int nFirstDay, int nFirstWeek, ULONG dwFlags,
2140 BSTR *pbstrOut)
2141{
2142 BYTE buff[256];
2143 HRESULT hres;
2144
2145 TRACE("(%s,%s,%d,%d,0x%08x,%p)\n", debugstr_variant(pVarIn), debugstr_w(lpszFormat),
2146 nFirstDay, nFirstWeek, dwFlags, pbstrOut);
2147
2148 if (!pbstrOut)
2149 return E_INVALIDARG;
2150 *pbstrOut = NULL;
2151
2152 hres = VarTokenizeFormatString(lpszFormat, buff, sizeof(buff), nFirstDay,
2153 nFirstWeek, LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT, NULL);
2154 if (SUCCEEDED(hres))
2155 hres = VarFormatFromTokens(pVarIn, lpszFormat, buff, dwFlags,
2156 pbstrOut, LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT);
2157 TRACE("returning 0x%08x, %s\n", hres, debugstr_w(*pbstrOut));
2158 return hres;
2159}
2160
2161/**********************************************************************
2162 * VarFormatDateTime [OLEAUT32.97]
2163 *
2164 * Format a variant value as a date and/or time.
2165 *
2166 * PARAMS
2167 * pVarIn [I] Variant to format
2168 * nFormat [I] Format type (see notes)
2169 * dwFlags [I] Flags for the format (VAR_ flags from "oleauto.h")
2170 * pbstrOut [O] Destination for formatted string.
2171 *
2172 * RETURNS
2173 * Success: S_OK. pbstrOut contains the formatted value.
2174 * Failure: E_INVALIDARG, if any parameter is invalid.
2175 * E_OUTOFMEMORY, if enough memory cannot be allocated.
2176 * DISP_E_TYPEMISMATCH, if the variant cannot be formatted.
2177 *
2178 * NOTES
2179 * This function uses LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT when determining the date format
2180 * characters to use.
2181 * Possible values for the nFormat parameter are:
2182 *| Value Meaning
2183 *| ----- -------
2184 *| 0 General date format
2185 *| 1 Long date format
2186 *| 2 Short date format
2187 *| 3 Long time format
2188 *| 4 Short time format
2189 */
2191{
2192 static WCHAR szEmpty[] = { '\0' };
2193 const BYTE* lpFmt = NULL;
2194
2195 TRACE("%s,%d,0x%08x,%p)\n", debugstr_variant(pVarIn), nFormat, dwFlags, pbstrOut);
2196
2197 if (!pVarIn || !pbstrOut || nFormat < 0 || nFormat > 4)
2198 return E_INVALIDARG;
2199
2200 switch (nFormat)
2201 {
2202 case 0: lpFmt = fmtGeneralDate; break;
2203 case 1: lpFmt = fmtLongDate; break;
2204 case 2: lpFmt = fmtShortDate; break;
2205 case 3: lpFmt = fmtLongTime; break;
2206 case 4: lpFmt = fmtShortTime; break;
2207 }
2208 return VarFormatFromTokens(pVarIn, szEmpty, (BYTE*)lpFmt, dwFlags,
2209 pbstrOut, LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT);
2210}
2211
2212#define GETLOCALENUMBER(type,field) GetLocaleInfoW(LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT, \
2213 type|LOCALE_RETURN_NUMBER, \
2214 (LPWSTR)&numfmt.field, \
2215 sizeof(numfmt.field)/sizeof(WCHAR))
2216
2217/**********************************************************************
2218 * VarFormatNumber [OLEAUT32.107]
2219 *
2220 * Format a variant value as a number.
2221 *
2222 * PARAMS
2223 * pVarIn [I] Variant to format
2224 * nDigits [I] Number of digits following the decimal point (-1 = user default)
2225 * nLeading [I] Use a leading zero (-2 = user default, -1 = yes, 0 = no)
2226 * nParens [I] Use brackets for values < 0 (-2 = user default, -1 = yes, 0 = no)
2227 * nGrouping [I] Use grouping characters (-2 = user default, -1 = yes, 0 = no)
2228 * dwFlags [I] Currently unused, set to zero
2229 * pbstrOut [O] Destination for formatted string.
2230 *
2231 * RETURNS
2232 * Success: S_OK. pbstrOut contains the formatted value.
2233 * Failure: E_INVALIDARG, if any parameter is invalid.
2234 * E_OUTOFMEMORY, if enough memory cannot be allocated.
2235 * DISP_E_TYPEMISMATCH, if the variant cannot be formatted.
2236 *
2237 * NOTES
2238 * This function uses LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT when determining the number format
2239 * characters to use.
2240 */
2241HRESULT WINAPI VarFormatNumber(LPVARIANT pVarIn, INT nDigits, INT nLeading, INT nParens,
2242 INT nGrouping, ULONG dwFlags, BSTR *pbstrOut)
2243{
2244 HRESULT hRet;
2245 VARIANT vStr;
2246
2247 TRACE("(%s,%d,%d,%d,%d,0x%08x,%p)\n", debugstr_variant(pVarIn), nDigits, nLeading,
2248 nParens, nGrouping, dwFlags, pbstrOut);
2249
2250 if (!pVarIn || !pbstrOut || nDigits > 9)
2251 return E_INVALIDARG;
2252
2253 *pbstrOut = NULL;
2254
2255 V_VT(&vStr) = VT_EMPTY;
2256 hRet = VariantCopyInd(&vStr, pVarIn);
2257
2258 if (SUCCEEDED(hRet))
2259 hRet = VariantChangeTypeEx(&vStr, &vStr, LCID_US, 0, VT_BSTR);
2260
2261 if (SUCCEEDED(hRet))
2262 {
2263 WCHAR buff[256], decimal[8], thousands[8];
2264 NUMBERFMTW numfmt;
2265
2266 /* Although MSDN makes it clear that the native versions of these functions
2267 * are implemented using VarTokenizeFormatString()/VarFormatFromTokens(),
2268 * using NLS gives us the same result.
2269 */
2270 if (nDigits < 0)
2271 GETLOCALENUMBER(LOCALE_IDIGITS, NumDigits);
2272 else
2273 numfmt.NumDigits = nDigits;
2274
2275 if (nLeading == -2)
2276 GETLOCALENUMBER(LOCALE_ILZERO, LeadingZero);
2277 else if (nLeading == -1)
2278 numfmt.LeadingZero = 1;
2279 else
2280 numfmt.LeadingZero = 0;
2281
2282 if (nGrouping == -2)
2283 {
2284 WCHAR grouping[10];
2285 grouping[2] = '\0';
2287 numfmt.Grouping = grouping[2] == '2' ? 32 : grouping[0] - '0';
2288 }
2289 else if (nGrouping == -1)
2290 numfmt.Grouping = 3; /* 3 = "n,nnn.nn" */
2291 else
2292 numfmt.Grouping = 0; /* 0 = No grouping */
2293
2294 if (nParens == -2)
2295 GETLOCALENUMBER(LOCALE_INEGNUMBER, NegativeOrder);
2296 else if (nParens == -1)
2297 numfmt.NegativeOrder = 0; /* 0 = "(xxx)" */
2298 else
2299 numfmt.NegativeOrder = 1; /* 1 = "-xxx" */
2300
2301 numfmt.lpDecimalSep = decimal;
2303 numfmt.lpThousandSep = thousands;
2305
2306 if (GetNumberFormatW(LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT, 0, V_BSTR(&vStr), &numfmt, buff, ARRAY_SIZE(buff)))
2307 {
2308 *pbstrOut = SysAllocString(buff);
2309 if (!*pbstrOut)
2310 hRet = E_OUTOFMEMORY;
2311 }
2312 else
2313 hRet = DISP_E_TYPEMISMATCH;
2314
2315 SysFreeString(V_BSTR(&vStr));
2316 }
2317 return hRet;
2318}
2319
2320/**********************************************************************
2321 * VarFormatPercent [OLEAUT32.117]
2322 *
2323 * Format a variant value as a percentage.
2324 *
2325 * PARAMS
2326 * pVarIn [I] Variant to format
2327 * nDigits [I] Number of digits following the decimal point (-1 = user default)
2328 * nLeading [I] Use a leading zero (-2 = user default, -1 = yes, 0 = no)
2329 * nParens [I] Use brackets for values < 0 (-2 = user default, -1 = yes, 0 = no)
2330 * nGrouping [I] Use grouping characters (-2 = user default, -1 = yes, 0 = no)
2331 * dwFlags [I] Currently unused, set to zero
2332 * pbstrOut [O] Destination for formatted string.
2333 *
2334 * RETURNS
2335 * Success: S_OK. pbstrOut contains the formatted value.
2336 * Failure: E_INVALIDARG, if any parameter is invalid.
2337 * E_OUTOFMEMORY, if enough memory cannot be allocated.
2338 * DISP_E_OVERFLOW, if overflow occurs during the conversion.
2339 * DISP_E_TYPEMISMATCH, if the variant cannot be formatted.
2340 *
2341 * NOTES
2342 * This function uses LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT when determining the number format
2343 * characters to use.
2344 */
2345HRESULT WINAPI VarFormatPercent(LPVARIANT pVarIn, INT nDigits, INT nLeading, INT nParens,
2346 INT nGrouping, ULONG dwFlags, BSTR *pbstrOut)
2347{
2348 static const WCHAR szPercent[] = { '%','\0' };
2349 static const WCHAR szPercentBracket[] = { '%',')','\0' };
2350 WCHAR buff[256];
2351 HRESULT hRet;
2352 VARIANT vDbl;
2353
2354 TRACE("(%s,%d,%d,%d,%d,0x%08x,%p)\n", debugstr_variant(pVarIn), nDigits, nLeading,
2355 nParens, nGrouping, dwFlags, pbstrOut);
2356
2357 if (!pVarIn || !pbstrOut || nDigits > 9)
2358 return E_INVALIDARG;
2359
2360 *pbstrOut = NULL;
2361
2362 V_VT(&vDbl) = VT_EMPTY;
2363 hRet = VariantCopyInd(&vDbl, pVarIn);
2364
2365 if (SUCCEEDED(hRet))
2366 {
2367 hRet = VariantChangeTypeEx(&vDbl, &vDbl, LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT, 0, VT_R8);
2368
2369 if (SUCCEEDED(hRet))
2370 {
2371 if (V_R8(&vDbl) > (R8_MAX / 100.0))
2372 return DISP_E_OVERFLOW;
2373
2374 V_R8(&vDbl) *= 100.0;
2375 hRet = VarFormatNumber(&vDbl, nDigits, nLeading, nParens,
2376 nGrouping, dwFlags, pbstrOut);
2377
2378 if (SUCCEEDED(hRet))
2379 {
2380 DWORD dwLen = lstrlenW(*pbstrOut);
2381 BOOL bBracket = (*pbstrOut)[dwLen] == ')';
2382
2383 dwLen -= bBracket;
2384 memcpy(buff, *pbstrOut, dwLen * sizeof(WCHAR));
2385 lstrcpyW(buff + dwLen, bBracket ? szPercentBracket : szPercent);
2386 SysFreeString(*pbstrOut);
2387 *pbstrOut = SysAllocString(buff);
2388 if (!*pbstrOut)
2389 hRet = E_OUTOFMEMORY;
2390 }
2391 }
2392 }
2393 return hRet;
2394}
2395
2396/**********************************************************************
2397 * VarFormatCurrency [OLEAUT32.127]
2398 *
2399 * Format a variant value as a currency.
2400 *
2401 * PARAMS
2402 * pVarIn [I] Variant to format
2403 * nDigits [I] Number of digits following the decimal point (-1 = user default)
2404 * nLeading [I] Use a leading zero (-2 = user default, -1 = yes, 0 = no)
2405 * nParens [I] Use brackets for values < 0 (-2 = user default, -1 = yes, 0 = no)
2406 * nGrouping [I] Use grouping characters (-2 = user default, -1 = yes, 0 = no)
2407 * dwFlags [I] Currently unused, set to zero
2408 * pbstrOut [O] Destination for formatted string.
2409 *
2410 * RETURNS
2411 * Success: S_OK. pbstrOut contains the formatted value.
2412 * Failure: E_INVALIDARG, if any parameter is invalid.
2413 * E_OUTOFMEMORY, if enough memory cannot be allocated.
2414 * DISP_E_TYPEMISMATCH, if the variant cannot be formatted.
2415 *
2416 * NOTES
2417 * This function uses LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT when determining the currency format
2418 * characters to use.
2419 */
2421 INT nParens, INT nGrouping, ULONG dwFlags,
2422 BSTR *pbstrOut)
2423{
2424 HRESULT hRet;
2425 VARIANT vStr;
2426
2427 TRACE("(%s,%d,%d,%d,%d,0x%08x,%p)\n", debugstr_variant(pVarIn), nDigits, nLeading,
2428 nParens, nGrouping, dwFlags, pbstrOut);
2429
2430 if (!pVarIn || !pbstrOut || nDigits > 9)
2431 return E_INVALIDARG;
2432
2433 *pbstrOut = NULL;
2434
2435 V_VT(&vStr) = VT_EMPTY;
2436 hRet = VariantCopyInd(&vStr, pVarIn);
2437
2438 if (SUCCEEDED(hRet))
2439 hRet = VariantChangeTypeEx(&vStr, &vStr, LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT, 0, VT_BSTR);
2440
2441 if (SUCCEEDED(hRet))
2442 {
2443 WCHAR buff[256], decimal[8], thousands[4], currency[13];
2444 CURRENCYFMTW numfmt;
2445
2446 if (nDigits < 0)
2447 GETLOCALENUMBER(LOCALE_IDIGITS, NumDigits);
2448 else
2449 numfmt.NumDigits = nDigits;
2450
2451 if (nLeading == -2)
2452 GETLOCALENUMBER(LOCALE_ILZERO, LeadingZero);
2453 else if (nLeading == -1)
2454 numfmt.LeadingZero = 1;
2455 else
2456 numfmt.LeadingZero = 0;
2457
2458 if (nGrouping == -2)
2459 {
2460 WCHAR grouping[10];
2461 grouping[2] = '\0';
2463 numfmt.Grouping = grouping[2] == '2' ? 32 : grouping[0] - '0';
2464 }
2465 else if (nGrouping == -1)
2466 numfmt.Grouping = 3; /* 3 = "n,nnn.nn" */
2467 else
2468 numfmt.Grouping = 0; /* 0 = No grouping */
2469
2470 if (nParens == -2)
2471 GETLOCALENUMBER(LOCALE_INEGCURR, NegativeOrder);
2472 else if (nParens == -1)
2473 numfmt.NegativeOrder = 0; /* 0 = "(xxx)" */
2474 else
2475 numfmt.NegativeOrder = 1; /* 1 = "-xxx" */
2476
2477 GETLOCALENUMBER(LOCALE_ICURRENCY, PositiveOrder);
2478
2479 numfmt.lpDecimalSep = decimal;
2481 numfmt.lpThousandSep = thousands;
2483 numfmt.lpCurrencySymbol = currency;
2485
2486 /* use NLS as per VarFormatNumber() */
2488 {
2489 *pbstrOut = SysAllocString(buff);
2490 if (!*pbstrOut)
2491 hRet = E_OUTOFMEMORY;
2492 }
2493 else
2494 hRet = DISP_E_TYPEMISMATCH;
2495
2496 SysFreeString(V_BSTR(&vStr));
2497 }
2498 return hRet;
2499}
2500
2501/**********************************************************************
2502 * VarMonthName [OLEAUT32.129]
2503 *
2504 * Print the specified month as localized name.
2505 *
2506 * PARAMS
2507 * iMonth [I] month number 1..12
2508 * fAbbrev [I] 0 - full name, !0 - abbreviated name
2509 * dwFlags [I] flag stuff. only VAR_CALENDAR_HIJRI possible.
2510 * pbstrOut [O] Destination for month name
2511 *
2512 * RETURNS
2513 * Success: S_OK. pbstrOut contains the name.
2514 * Failure: E_INVALIDARG, if any parameter is invalid.
2515 * E_OUTOFMEMORY, if enough memory cannot be allocated.
2516 */
2517HRESULT WINAPI VarMonthName(INT iMonth, INT fAbbrev, ULONG dwFlags, BSTR *pbstrOut)
2518{
2519 DWORD localeValue;
2520 INT size;
2521
2522 if ((iMonth < 1) || (iMonth > 12))
2523 return E_INVALIDARG;
2524
2525 if (dwFlags)
2526 FIXME("Does not support dwFlags 0x%x, ignoring.\n", dwFlags);
2527
2528 if (fAbbrev)
2529 localeValue = LOCALE_SABBREVMONTHNAME1 + iMonth - 1;
2530 else
2531 localeValue = LOCALE_SMONTHNAME1 + iMonth - 1;
2532
2533 size = GetLocaleInfoW(LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT,localeValue, NULL, 0);
2534 if (!size) {
2535 ERR("GetLocaleInfo 0x%x failed.\n", localeValue);
2537 }
2538 *pbstrOut = SysAllocStringLen(NULL,size - 1);
2539 if (!*pbstrOut)
2540 return E_OUTOFMEMORY;
2541 size = GetLocaleInfoW(LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT,localeValue, *pbstrOut, size);
2542 if (!size) {
2543 ERR("GetLocaleInfo of 0x%x failed in 2nd stage?!\n", localeValue);
2544 SysFreeString(*pbstrOut);
2546 }
2547 return S_OK;
2548}
2549
2550/**********************************************************************
2551 * VarWeekdayName [OLEAUT32.129]
2552 *
2553 * Print the specified weekday as localized name.
2554 *
2555 * PARAMS
2556 * iWeekday [I] day of week, 1..7, 1="the first day of the week"
2557 * fAbbrev [I] 0 - full name, !0 - abbreviated name
2558 * iFirstDay [I] first day of week,
2559 * 0=system default, 1=Sunday, 2=Monday, .. (contrary to MSDN)
2560 * dwFlags [I] flag stuff. only VAR_CALENDAR_HIJRI possible.
2561 * pbstrOut [O] Destination for weekday name.
2562 *
2563 * RETURNS
2564 * Success: S_OK, pbstrOut contains the name.
2565 * Failure: E_INVALIDARG, if any parameter is invalid.
2566 * E_OUTOFMEMORY, if enough memory cannot be allocated.
2567 */
2568HRESULT WINAPI VarWeekdayName(INT iWeekday, INT fAbbrev, INT iFirstDay,
2569 ULONG dwFlags, BSTR *pbstrOut)
2570{
2571 DWORD localeValue;
2572 INT size;
2573
2574 /* Windows XP oleaut32.dll doesn't allow iWekday==0, contrary to MSDN */
2575 if (iWeekday < 1 || iWeekday > 7)
2576 return E_INVALIDARG;
2577 if (iFirstDay < 0 || iFirstDay > 7)
2578 return E_INVALIDARG;
2579 if (!pbstrOut)
2580 return E_INVALIDARG;
2581
2582 if (dwFlags)
2583 FIXME("Does not support dwFlags 0x%x, ignoring.\n", dwFlags);
2584
2585 /* If we have to use the default firstDay, find which one it is */
2586 if (iFirstDay == 0) {
2587 DWORD firstDay;
2588 localeValue = LOCALE_RETURN_NUMBER | LOCALE_IFIRSTDAYOFWEEK;
2590 (LPWSTR)&firstDay, sizeof(firstDay) / sizeof(WCHAR));
2591 if (!size) {
2592 ERR("GetLocaleInfo 0x%x failed.\n", localeValue);
2594 }
2595 iFirstDay = firstDay + 2;
2596 }
2597
2598 /* Determine what we need to return */
2599 localeValue = fAbbrev ? LOCALE_SABBREVDAYNAME1 : LOCALE_SDAYNAME1;
2600 localeValue += (7 + iWeekday - 1 + iFirstDay - 2) % 7;
2601
2602 /* Determine the size of the data, allocate memory and retrieve the data */
2603 size = GetLocaleInfoW(LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT, localeValue, NULL, 0);
2604 if (!size) {
2605 ERR("GetLocaleInfo 0x%x failed.\n", localeValue);
2607 }
2608 *pbstrOut = SysAllocStringLen(NULL, size - 1);
2609 if (!*pbstrOut)
2610 return E_OUTOFMEMORY;
2611 size = GetLocaleInfoW(LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT, localeValue, *pbstrOut, size);
2612 if (!size) {
2613 ERR("GetLocaleInfo 0x%x failed in 2nd stage?!\n", localeValue);
2614 SysFreeString(*pbstrOut);
2616 }
2617 return S_OK;
2618}
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