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What would be simpler than returning them in a hash? ...oh yeah, returning them in a list! Here ya go.
void tdSensor() CODE: { char protocol[_MAX_PROTOCOL_LEN + 1]; char model[_MAX_MODEL_LEN + 1]; int id; int dataTypes; int rv = tdSensor( protocol, sizeof(protocol), model, sizeof(model), &id, &dataTypes ); if (rv != TELLSTICK_SUCCESS) { XSRETURN(0); } EXTEND(SP, 4); ST(0) = sv_2mortal(newSVpv(protocol, 0))); ST(1) = sv_2mortal(newSVpv(model, 0)); ST(2) = sv_2mortal(newIV(id)); ST(3) = sv_2mortal(newIV(dataTypes)); XSRETURN(4); }


use feature qw( say ); while (my ($protocol, $model, $id, $dataTypes) = tdSensor()) { say join ', ', "protocol: $protocol", "model: $model", "sensorId: $id", "dataTypes: $dataTypes"; }


In reply to Re^4: Passing integer pointer in XS? (XS << Perl) by ikegami
in thread Passing integer pointer in XS? by martin67

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