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```/*
** 2015-08-18
**
** The author disclaims copyright to this source code.  In place of
** a legal notice, here is a blessing:
**
**    May you do good and not evil.
**    May you find forgiveness for yourself and forgive others.
**    May you share freely, never taking more than you give.
**
*************************************************************************
**
** This file demonstrates how to create a table-valued-function using
** a virtual table.  This demo implements the generate_series() function
** which gives similar results to the eponymous function in PostgreSQL.
** Examples:
**
**      SELECT * FROM generate_series(0,100,5);
**
** The query above returns integers from 0 through 100 counting by steps
** of 5.
**
**      SELECT * FROM generate_series(0,100);
**
** Integers from 0 through 100 with a step size of 1.
**
**      SELECT * FROM generate_series(20) LIMIT 10;
**
** Integers 20 through 29.
**
** HOW IT WORKS
**
** The generate_series "function" is really a virtual table with the
** following schema:
**
**     CREATE TABLE generate_series(
**       value,
**       start HIDDEN,
**       stop HIDDEN,
**       step HIDDEN
**     );
**
** Function arguments in queries against this virtual table are translated
** into equality constraints against successive hidden columns.  In other
** words, the following pairs of queries are equivalent to each other:
**
**    SELECT * FROM generate_series(0,100,5);
**    SELECT * FROM generate_series WHERE start=0 AND stop=100 AND step=5;
**
**    SELECT * FROM generate_series(0,100);
**    SELECT * FROM generate_series WHERE start=0 AND stop=100;
**
**    SELECT * FROM generate_series(20) LIMIT 10;
**    SELECT * FROM generate_series WHERE start=20 LIMIT 10;
**
** The generate_series virtual table implementation leaves the xCreate method
** set to NULL.  This means that it is not possible to do a CREATE VIRTUAL
** TABLE command with "generate_series" as the USING argument.  Instead, there
** is a single generate_series virtual table that is always available without
** having to be created first.
**
** The xBestIndex method looks for equality constraints against the hidden
** start, stop, and step columns, and if present, it uses those constraints
** to bound the sequence of generated values.  If the equality constraints
** are missing, it uses 0 for start, 4294967295 for stop, and 1 for step.
** xBestIndex returns a small cost when both start and stop are available,
** and a very large cost if either start or stop are unavailable.  This
** encourages the query planner to order joins such that the bounds of the
** series are well-defined.
*/
#include "sqlite3ext.h"
SQLITE_EXTENSION_INIT1
#include <assert.h>
#include <string.h>

#ifndef SQLITE_OMIT_VIRTUALTABLE

/* series_cursor is a subclass of sqlite3_vtab_cursor which will
** serve as the underlying representation of a cursor that scans
** over rows of the result
*/
typedef struct series_cursor series_cursor;
struct series_cursor {
sqlite3_vtab_cursor base;  /* Base class - must be first */
int isDesc;                /* True to count down rather than up */
sqlite3_int64 iRowid;      /* The rowid */
sqlite3_int64 iValue;      /* Current value ("value") */
sqlite3_int64 mnValue;     /* Mimimum value ("start") */
sqlite3_int64 mxValue;     /* Maximum value ("stop") */
sqlite3_int64 iStep;       /* Increment ("step") */
};

/*
** The seriesConnect() method is invoked to create a new
** series_vtab that describes the generate_series virtual table.
**
** Think of this routine as the constructor for series_vtab objects.
**
** All this routine needs to do is:
**
**    (1) Allocate the series_vtab object and initialize all fields.
**
**    (2) Tell SQLite (via the sqlite3_declare_vtab() interface) what the
**        result set of queries against generate_series will look like.
*/
static int seriesConnect(
sqlite3 *db,
void *pUnused,
int argcUnused, const char *const*argvUnused,
sqlite3_vtab **ppVtab,
char **pzErrUnused
){
sqlite3_vtab *pNew;
int rc;

/* Column numbers */
#define SERIES_COLUMN_VALUE 0
#define SERIES_COLUMN_START 1
#define SERIES_COLUMN_STOP  2
#define SERIES_COLUMN_STEP  3

(void)pUnused;
(void)argcUnused;
(void)argvUnused;
(void)pzErrUnused;
rc = sqlite3_declare_vtab(db,
"CREATE TABLE x(value,start hidden,stop hidden,step hidden)");
if( rc==SQLITE_OK ){
pNew = *ppVtab = sqlite3_malloc( sizeof(*pNew) );
if( pNew==0 ) return SQLITE_NOMEM;
memset(pNew, 0, sizeof(*pNew));
sqlite3_vtab_config(db, SQLITE_VTAB_INNOCUOUS);
}
return rc;
}

/*
** This method is the destructor for series_cursor objects.
*/
static int seriesDisconnect(sqlite3_vtab *pVtab){
sqlite3_free(pVtab);
return SQLITE_OK;
}

/*
** Constructor for a new series_cursor object.
*/
static int seriesOpen(sqlite3_vtab *pUnused, sqlite3_vtab_cursor **ppCursor){
series_cursor *pCur;
(void)pUnused;
pCur = sqlite3_malloc( sizeof(*pCur) );
if( pCur==0 ) return SQLITE_NOMEM;
memset(pCur, 0, sizeof(*pCur));
*ppCursor = &pCur->base;
return SQLITE_OK;
}

/*
** Destructor for a series_cursor.
*/
static int seriesClose(sqlite3_vtab_cursor *cur){
sqlite3_free(cur);
return SQLITE_OK;
}

/*
** Advance a series_cursor to its next row of output.
*/
static int seriesNext(sqlite3_vtab_cursor *cur){
series_cursor *pCur = (series_cursor*)cur;
if( pCur->isDesc ){
pCur->iValue -= pCur->iStep;
}else{
pCur->iValue += pCur->iStep;
}
pCur->iRowid++;
return SQLITE_OK;
}

/*
** Return values of columns for the row at which the series_cursor
** is currently pointing.
*/
static int seriesColumn(
sqlite3_vtab_cursor *cur,   /* The cursor */
sqlite3_context *ctx,       /* First argument to sqlite3_result_...() */
int i                       /* Which column to return */
){
series_cursor *pCur = (series_cursor*)cur;
sqlite3_int64 x = 0;
switch( i ){
case SERIES_COLUMN_START:  x = pCur->mnValue; break;
case SERIES_COLUMN_STOP:   x = pCur->mxValue; break;
case SERIES_COLUMN_STEP:   x = pCur->iStep;   break;
default:                   x = pCur->iValue;  break;
}
sqlite3_result_int64(ctx, x);
return SQLITE_OK;
}

/*
** Return the rowid for the current row. In this implementation, the
** first row returned is assigned rowid value 1, and each subsequent
** row a value 1 more than that of the previous.
*/
static int seriesRowid(sqlite3_vtab_cursor *cur, sqlite_int64 *pRowid){
series_cursor *pCur = (series_cursor*)cur;
*pRowid = pCur->iRowid;
return SQLITE_OK;
}

/*
** Return TRUE if the cursor has been moved off of the last
** row of output.
*/
static int seriesEof(sqlite3_vtab_cursor *cur){
series_cursor *pCur = (series_cursor*)cur;
if( pCur->isDesc ){
return pCur->iValue < pCur->mnValue;
}else{
return pCur->iValue > pCur->mxValue;
}
}

/* True to cause run-time checking of the start=, stop=, and/or step=
** parameters.  The only reason to do this is for testing the
** constraint checking logic for virtual tables in the SQLite core.
*/
#ifndef SQLITE_SERIES_CONSTRAINT_VERIFY
# define SQLITE_SERIES_CONSTRAINT_VERIFY 0
#endif

/*
** This method is called to "rewind" the series_cursor object back
** to the first row of output.  This method is always called at least
** once prior to any call to seriesColumn() or seriesRowid() or
** seriesEof().
**
** The query plan selected by seriesBestIndex is passed in the idxNum
** parameter.  (idxStr is not used in this implementation.)  idxNum
** is a bitmask showing which constraints are available:
**
**    1:    start=VALUE
**    2:    stop=VALUE
**    4:    step=VALUE
**
** Also, if bit 8 is set, that means that the series should be output
** in descending order rather than in ascending order.  If bit 16 is
** set, then output must appear in ascending order.
**
** This routine should initialize the cursor and position it so that it
** is pointing at the first row, or pointing off the end of the table
** (so that seriesEof() will return true) if the table is empty.
*/
static int seriesFilter(
sqlite3_vtab_cursor *pVtabCursor,
int idxNum, const char *idxStrUnused,
int argc, sqlite3_value **argv
){
series_cursor *pCur = (series_cursor *)pVtabCursor;
int i = 0;
(void)idxStrUnused;
if( idxNum & 1 ){
pCur->mnValue = sqlite3_value_int64(argv[i++]);
}else{
pCur->mnValue = 0;
}
if( idxNum & 2 ){
pCur->mxValue = sqlite3_value_int64(argv[i++]);
}else{
pCur->mxValue = 0xffffffff;
}
if( idxNum & 4 ){
pCur->iStep = sqlite3_value_int64(argv[i++]);
if( pCur->iStep==0 ){
pCur->iStep = 1;
}else if( pCur->iStep<0 ){
pCur->iStep = -pCur->iStep;
if( (idxNum & 16)==0 ) idxNum |= 8;
}
}else{
pCur->iStep = 1;
}
for(i=0; i<argc; i++){
if( sqlite3_value_type(argv[i])==SQLITE_NULL ){
/* If any of the constraints have a NULL value, then return no rows.
** See ticket https://www.sqlite.org/src/info/fac496b61722daf2 */
pCur->mnValue = 1;
pCur->mxValue = 0;
break;
}
}
if( idxNum & 8 ){
pCur->isDesc = 1;
pCur->iValue = pCur->mxValue;
if( pCur->iStep>0 ){
pCur->iValue -= (pCur->mxValue - pCur->mnValue)%pCur->iStep;
}
}else{
pCur->isDesc = 0;
pCur->iValue = pCur->mnValue;
}
pCur->iRowid = 1;
return SQLITE_OK;
}

/*
** SQLite will invoke this method one or more times while planning a query
** that uses the generate_series virtual table.  This routine needs to create
** a query plan for each invocation and compute an estimated cost for that
** plan.
**
** In this implementation idxNum is used to represent the
** query plan.  idxStr is unused.
**
** The query plan is represented by bits in idxNum:
**
**  (1)  start = \$value  -- constraint exists
**  (2)  stop = \$value   -- constraint exists
**  (4)  step = \$value   -- constraint exists
**  (8)  output in descending order
*/
static int seriesBestIndex(
sqlite3_vtab *pVTab,
sqlite3_index_info *pIdxInfo
){
int i, j;              /* Loop over constraints */
int idxNum = 0;        /* The query plan bitmask */
int bStartSeen = 0;    /* EQ constraint seen on the START column */
int nArg = 0;          /* Number of arguments that seriesFilter() expects */
int aIdx[3];           /* Constraints on start, stop, and step */
const struct sqlite3_index_constraint *pConstraint;

/* This implementation assumes that the start, stop, and step columns
** are the last three columns in the virtual table. */
assert( SERIES_COLUMN_STOP == SERIES_COLUMN_START+1 );
assert( SERIES_COLUMN_STEP == SERIES_COLUMN_START+2 );

aIdx[0] = aIdx[1] = aIdx[2] = -1;
pConstraint = pIdxInfo->aConstraint;
for(i=0; i<pIdxInfo->nConstraint; i++, pConstraint++){
int iCol;    /* 0 for start, 1 for stop, 2 for step */
if( pConstraint->iColumn<SERIES_COLUMN_START ) continue;
iCol = pConstraint->iColumn - SERIES_COLUMN_START;
assert( iCol>=0 && iCol<=2 );
if( iCol==0 ) bStartSeen = 1;
if( pConstraint->usable==0 ){
continue;
}else if( pConstraint->op==SQLITE_INDEX_CONSTRAINT_EQ ){
aIdx[iCol] = i;
}
}
for(i=0; i<3; i++){
if( (j = aIdx[i])>=0 ){
pIdxInfo->aConstraintUsage[j].argvIndex = ++nArg;
pIdxInfo->aConstraintUsage[j].omit = !SQLITE_SERIES_CONSTRAINT_VERIFY;
}
}
/* The current generate_column() implementation requires at least one
** argument (the START value).  Legacy versions assumed START=0 if the
** first argument was omitted.  Compile with -DZERO_ARGUMENT_GENERATE_SERIES
** to obtain the legacy behavior */
#ifndef ZERO_ARGUMENT_GENERATE_SERIES
if( !bStartSeen ){
sqlite3_free(pVTab->zErrMsg);
pVTab->zErrMsg = sqlite3_mprintf(
"first argument to \"generate_series()\" missing or unusable");
return SQLITE_ERROR;
}
#endif
/* The start, stop, and step columns are inputs.  Therefore if there
** are unusable constraints on any of start, stop, or step then
** this plan is unusable */
return SQLITE_CONSTRAINT;
}
if( (idxNum & 3)==3 ){
/* Both start= and stop= boundaries are available.  This is the
** the preferred case */
pIdxInfo->estimatedCost = (double)(2 - ((idxNum&4)!=0));
pIdxInfo->estimatedRows = 1000;
if( pIdxInfo->nOrderBy>=1 && pIdxInfo->aOrderBy[0].iColumn==0 ){
if( pIdxInfo->aOrderBy[0].desc ){
idxNum |= 8;
}else{
idxNum |= 16;
}
pIdxInfo->orderByConsumed = 1;
}
}else{
/* If either boundary is missing, we have to generate a huge span
** of numbers.  Make this case very expensive so that the query
** planner will work hard to avoid it. */
pIdxInfo->estimatedRows = 2147483647;
}
pIdxInfo->idxNum = idxNum;
return SQLITE_OK;
}

/*
** This following structure defines all the methods for the
** generate_series virtual table.
*/
static sqlite3_module seriesModule = {
0,                         /* iVersion */
0,                         /* xCreate */
seriesConnect,             /* xConnect */
seriesBestIndex,           /* xBestIndex */
seriesDisconnect,          /* xDisconnect */
0,                         /* xDestroy */
seriesOpen,                /* xOpen - open a cursor */
seriesClose,               /* xClose - close a cursor */
seriesFilter,              /* xFilter - configure scan constraints */
seriesNext,                /* xNext - advance a cursor */
seriesEof,                 /* xEof - check for end of scan */
seriesColumn,              /* xColumn - read data */
seriesRowid,               /* xRowid - read data */
0,                         /* xUpdate */
0,                         /* xBegin */
0,                         /* xSync */
0,                         /* xCommit */
0,                         /* xRollback */
0,                         /* xFindMethod */
0,                         /* xRename */
0,                         /* xSavepoint */
0,                         /* xRelease */
0,                         /* xRollbackTo */
};

#endif /* SQLITE_OMIT_VIRTUALTABLE */

#ifdef _WIN32
__declspec(dllexport)
#endif
int sqlite3_series_init(
sqlite3 *db,
char **pzErrMsg,
const sqlite3_api_routines *pApi
){
int rc = SQLITE_OK;
SQLITE_EXTENSION_INIT2(pApi);
#ifndef SQLITE_OMIT_VIRTUALTABLE
if( sqlite3_libversion_number()<3008012 && pzErrMsg!=0 ){
*pzErrMsg = sqlite3_mprintf(
"generate_series() requires SQLite 3.8.12 or later");
return SQLITE_ERROR;
}
rc = sqlite3_create_module(db, "generate_series", &seriesModule, 0);
#endif
return rc;
}

```