cpython-withatomic / Include / tupleobject.h

#ifndef Py_TUPLEOBJECT_H
#define Py_TUPLEOBJECT_H
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

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/* Tuple object interface */

/*
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Another generally useful object type is an tuple of object pointers.
This is a mutable type: the tuple items can be changed (but not their
number).  Out-of-range indices or non-tuple objects are ignored.

*** WARNING *** PyTuple_SetItem does not increment the new item's reference
count, but does decrement the reference count of the item it replaces,
if not nil.  It does *decrement* the reference count if it is *not*
inserted in the tuple.  Similarly, PyTuple_GetItem does not increment the
returned item's reference count.
*/

typedef struct {
	PyObject_VAR_HEAD
	PyObject *ob_item[1];
} PyTupleObject;

extern DL_IMPORT(PyTypeObject) PyTuple_Type;

#define PyTuple_Check(op) ((op)->ob_type == &PyTuple_Type)

extern PyObject *PyTuple_New Py_PROTO((int size));
extern int PyTuple_Size Py_PROTO((PyObject *));
extern PyObject *PyTuple_GetItem Py_PROTO((PyObject *, int));
extern int PyTuple_SetItem Py_PROTO((PyObject *, int, PyObject *));
extern PyObject *PyTuple_GetSlice Py_PROTO((PyObject *, int, int));
extern int _PyTuple_Resize Py_PROTO((PyObject **, int, int));

/* Macro, trading safety for speed */
#define PyTuple_GET_ITEM(op, i) (((PyTupleObject *)(op))->ob_item[i])

/* Macro, *only* to be used to fill in brand new tuples */
#define PyTuple_SET_ITEM(op, i, v) (((PyTupleObject *)(op))->ob_item[i] = v)

#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif
#endif /* !Py_TUPLEOBJECT_H */
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