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// Copyright 2021 The Tint Authors.
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#include "src/tint/ast/expression.h"
#include "src/tint/sem/behavior.h"
#include "src/tint/sem/constant.h"
#include "src/tint/sem/node.h"
// Forward declarations
namespace tint::sem {
class Statement;
class Type;
class Variable;
} // namespace tint::sem
namespace tint::sem {
/// Expression holds the semantic information for expression nodes.
class Expression : public Castable<Expression, Node> {
/// Constructor
/// @param declaration the AST node
/// @param type the resolved type of the expression
/// @param statement the statement that owns this expression
/// @param constant the constant value of the expression. May be invalid
/// @param has_side_effects true if this expression may have side-effects
/// @param source_var the (optional) source variable for this expression
Expression(const ast::Expression* declaration,
const sem::Type* type,
const Statement* statement,
const Constant* constant,
bool has_side_effects,
const Variable* source_var = nullptr);
/// Destructor
~Expression() override;
/// @returns the AST node
const ast::Expression* Declaration() const { return declaration_; }
/// @return the resolved type of the expression
const sem::Type* Type() const { return type_; }
/// @return the statement that owns this expression
const Statement* Stmt() const { return statement_; }
/// @return the constant value of this expression
const Constant* ConstantValue() const { return constant_; }
/// Returns the variable or parameter that this expression derives from.
/// For reference and pointer expressions, this will either be the originating
/// variable or a function parameter. For other types of expressions, it will
/// either be the parameter or constant declaration, or nullptr.
/// @return the source variable of this expression, or nullptr
const Variable* SourceVariable() const { return source_variable_; }
/// @return the behaviors of this statement
const sem::Behaviors& Behaviors() const { return behaviors_; }
/// @return the behaviors of this statement
sem::Behaviors& Behaviors() { return behaviors_; }
/// @return true of this expression may have side effects
bool HasSideEffects() const { return has_side_effects_; }
/// @return the inner expression node if this is a Materialize, otherwise this.
const Expression* UnwrapMaterialize() const;
/// The AST expression node for this semantic expression
const ast::Expression* const declaration_;
/// The source variable for this semantic expression, or nullptr
const Variable* source_variable_;
const sem::Type* const type_;
const Statement* const statement_;
const Constant* const constant_;
sem::Behaviors behaviors_{sem::Behavior::kNext};
const bool has_side_effects_;
} // namespace tint::sem