# utoa_ncheck.S

/* Copyright (c) 2012  Georg-Johann Lay

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/* $Id$ */

#if     !defined (__DOXYGEN__)
#if     !defined (__AVR_TINY__)

#include "asmdef.h"

/* char *__utoa_ncheck (unsigned val, char *s, unsigned char radix)
This function is the utoa() without checking the radix for 2..36 margins.
*/

#define val_lo  r24
#define val_hi  r25
#define str_lo  r22

#define counter r21
#define digit   r26
#define sign    r27

ENTRY   __utoa_ncheck
clr     sign

ENTRY   __utoa_common
X_movw  ZL, str_lo
clr     counter

1:  ; Vanilla 16:8 quotient and remainder to pop the digit
; digit <- val % radix
; val   <- val / radix
clr     digit

2:      lsl     val_lo
rol     val_hi
rol     digit
brlo    3f
inc     val_lo
3:      subi    counter, 16             ; 256 / 16 == 16 loops
brne    2b

; Convert the digit to ASCII...
subi    digit, -'0'
cpi     digit, '9'+1
brlo    4f
subi    digit, '0'-'a'+10
4:  ; ... and store it to the reversed string
st      Z+, digit

; Iterate until all digits are sucked out of VAL.
sbiw    val_lo, 0
brne    1b

; Store the sign (if any)
cpse    sign, __zero_reg__
st      Z+, sign

; Terminate the string with '\0'
st      Z+, __zero_reg__

; Reverse the string and return the original string pointer
X_movw  r24, str_lo
XJMP    _U(strrev)

ENDFUNC

#endif  /* !__AVR_TINY__ */
#endif  /* !__DOXYGEN__ */