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/*
* Copyright 2015 Google Inc. All rights reserved.
*
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
* you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
* You may obtain a copy of the License at
*
* http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
*
* Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
* distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
* WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
* See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
* limitations under the License.
*/
// To run, use the `csharp_sample.sh` script.
using System;
using FlatBuffers;
using MyGame.Sample;
class SampleBinary
{
// Example how to use FlatBuffers to create and read binary buffers.
static void Main()
{
var builder = new FlatBufferBuilder(1);
// Create some weapons for our Monster ('Sword' and 'Axe').
var weapon1Name = builder.CreateString("Sword");
var weapon1Damage = 3;
var weapon2Name = builder.CreateString("Axe");
var weapon2Damage = 5;
// Use the `CreateWeapon()` helper function to create the weapons, since we set every field.
var weaps = new Offset<Weapon>[2];
weaps[0] = Weapon.CreateWeapon(builder, weapon1Name, (short)weapon1Damage);
weaps[1] = Weapon.CreateWeapon(builder, weapon2Name, (short)weapon2Damage);
// Serialize the FlatBuffer data.
var name = builder.CreateString("Orc");
var treasure = new byte[] {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9};
var inv = Monster.CreateInventoryVector(builder, treasure);
var weapons = Monster.CreateWeaponsVector(builder, weaps);
var pos = Vec3.CreateVec3(builder, 1.0f, 2.0f, 3.0f);
Monster.StartMonster(builder);
Monster.AddPos(builder, pos);
Monster.AddHp(builder, (short)300);
Monster.AddName(builder, name);
Monster.AddInventory(builder, inv);
Monster.AddColor(builder, Color.Red);
Monster.AddWeapons(builder, weapons);
Monster.AddEquippedType(builder, Equipment.Weapon);
Monster.AddEquipped(builder, weaps[1].Value);
var orc = Monster.EndMonster(builder);
builder.Finish(orc.Value); // You could also call `Monster.FinishMonsterBuffer(builder, orc);`.
// We now have a FlatBuffer that we could store on disk or send over a network.
// ...Code to store to disk or send over a network goes here...
// Instead, we are going to access it right away, as if we just received it.
var buf = builder.DataBuffer;
// Get access to the root:
var monster = Monster.GetRootAsMonster(buf);
// For C#, unlike other languages, most values (except for vectors and unions) are available as
// properties instead of accessor methods.
// Note: We did not set the `Mana` field explicitly, so we get back the default value.
Assert(monster.Mana == 150, "monster.Mana", Convert.ToString(monster.Mana),
Convert.ToString(150));
Assert(monster.Hp == 300, "monster.Hp", Convert.ToString(monster.Hp), Convert.ToString(30));
Assert(monster.Name.Equals("Orc", StringComparison.Ordinal), "monster.Name", monster.Name,
"Orc");
Assert(monster.Color == Color.Red, "monster.Color", Convert.ToString(monster.Color),
Convert.ToString(Color.Red));
// C# also allows you to use performance-enhanced methods to fill an object that has already
// been created. These functions are prefixed with "Get". For example: `monster.GetPos()`.
var myAlreadyCreatedVector = new Vec3();
monster.GetPos(myAlreadyCreatedVector); // Instead of `var myNewVec3 = monster.Pos`.
Assert(myAlreadyCreatedVector.X == 1.0f, "myAlreadyCreatedVector.X",
Convert.ToString(myAlreadyCreatedVector.X), Convert.ToString(1.0f));
Assert(myAlreadyCreatedVector.Y == 2.0f, "myAlreadyCreatedVector.Y",
Convert.ToString(myAlreadyCreatedVector.Y), Convert.ToString(2.0f));
Assert(myAlreadyCreatedVector.Z == 3.0f, "myAlreadyCreatedVector.Z",
Convert.ToString(myAlreadyCreatedVector.Z), Convert.ToString(3.0f));
// Get and test the `Inventory` FlatBuffer `vector`.
for (int i = 0; i < monster.InventoryLength; i++)
{
Assert(monster.GetInventory(i) == i, "monster.GetInventory",
Convert.ToString(monster.GetInventory(i)), Convert.ToString(i));
}
// Get and test the `Weapons` FlatBuffer `vector` of `table`s.
var expectedWeaponNames = new string[] {"Sword", "Axe"};
var expectedWeaponDamages = new short[] {3, 5};
for (int i = 0; i < monster.WeaponsLength; i++)
{
Assert(monster.GetWeapons(i).Name.Equals(expectedWeaponNames[i], StringComparison.Ordinal),
"monster.GetWeapons", monster.GetWeapons(i).Name, expectedWeaponNames[i]);
Assert(monster.GetWeapons(i).Damage == expectedWeaponDamages[i], "monster.GetWeapons",
Convert.ToString(monster.GetWeapons(i).Damage),
Convert.ToString(expectedWeaponDamages[i]));
}
// Get and test the `Equipped` FlatBuffer `union`.
Assert(monster.EquippedType == Equipment.Weapon, "monster.EquippedType",
Convert.ToString(monster.EquippedType), Convert.ToString(Equipment.Weapon));
var equipped = (Weapon)monster.GetEquipped(new Weapon());
Assert(equipped.Name.Equals("Axe", StringComparison.Ordinal), "equipped.Name", equipped.Name,
"Axe");
Assert(equipped.Damage == 5, "equipped.Damage", Convert.ToString(equipped.Damage),
Convert.ToString(5));
Console.WriteLine("The FlatBuffer was successfully created and verified!");
}
// A helper function to handle assertions.
static void Assert(bool assertPassed, string codeExecuted, string actualValue,
string expectedValue)
{
if (assertPassed == false)
{
Console.WriteLine("Assert failed! " + codeExecuted + " (" + actualValue +
") was not equal to " + expectedValue + ".");
System.Environment.Exit(1);
}
}
}