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// Copyright 2012 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
// Package atom provides integer codes (also known as atoms) for a fixed set of
// frequently occurring HTML strings: tag names and attribute keys such as "p"
// and "id".
//
// Sharing an atom's name between all elements with the same tag can result in
// fewer string allocations when tokenizing and parsing HTML. Integer
// comparisons are also generally faster than string comparisons.
//
// The value of an atom's particular code is not guaranteed to stay the same
// between versions of this package. Neither is any ordering guaranteed:
// whether atom.H1 < atom.H2 may also change. The codes are not guaranteed to
// be dense. The only guarantees are that e.g. looking up "div" will yield
// atom.Div, calling atom.Div.String will return "div", and atom.Div != 0.
package atom // import "golang.org/x/net/html/atom"
// Atom is an integer code for a string. The zero value maps to "".
type Atom uint32
// String returns the atom's name.
func (a Atom) String() string {
start := uint32(a >> 8)
n := uint32(a & 0xff)
if start+n > uint32(len(atomText)) {
return ""
}
return atomText[start : start+n]
}
func (a Atom) string() string {
return atomText[a>>8 : a>>8+a&0xff]
}
// fnv computes the FNV hash with an arbitrary starting value h.
func fnv(h uint32, s []byte) uint32 {
for i := range s {
h ^= uint32(s[i])
h *= 16777619
}
return h
}
func match(s string, t []byte) bool {
for i, c := range t {
if s[i] != c {
return false
}
}
return true
}
// Lookup returns the atom whose name is s. It returns zero if there is no
// such atom. The lookup is case sensitive.
func Lookup(s []byte) Atom {
if len(s) == 0 || len(s) > maxAtomLen {
return 0
}
h := fnv(hash0, s)
if a := table[h&uint32(len(table)-1)]; int(a&0xff) == len(s) && match(a.string(), s) {
return a
}
if a := table[(h>>16)&uint32(len(table)-1)]; int(a&0xff) == len(s) && match(a.string(), s) {
return a
}
return 0
}
// String returns a string whose contents are equal to s. In that sense, it is
// equivalent to string(s) but may be more efficient.
func String(s []byte) string {
if a := Lookup(s); a != 0 {
return a.String()
}
return string(s)
}
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