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2017-11-17 16:01
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从Go访问const char *类型的C数组

I have a C file with an array of type const char *, lets call it myStringArray[], something like:

const char *myStringArray[] = {
  "NAME_OF_FIRST_THING",
  "NAME_OF_SECOND_THING",
  "NAME_OF_THIRD_THING"}

I need Go to index into that C array, using cgo, and convert an array entry into a Go string. The following code compiles but does not work correctly; you can see from the output that follows, it is indexing along the strings rather than up the array:

myGoString := C.GoString((*C.char) (unsafe.Pointer(uintptr(unsafe.Pointer(C.myStringArray)) + uintptr(index) * unsafe.Sizeof(C.myStringArray))))

...result being this:

NAME_OF_FIRST_THING

FIRST_THING

ING

FYI, the purpose of this is to decode on a server a log file that was created on an embedded platform running C, hence the need to re-use the same logging index files.

I've been stabbing at this randomly for a few hours now without success. Can anyone correct my construction, or provide an alternative?

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  • duanjiwei1283
    duanjiwei1283 2017-11-17 16:31
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    While you could do the pointer arithmetic yourself, it's safer and more convenient to convert the C array into a Go slice first.

    arraySize := 3
    cStrings := (*[1 << 30]*C.char)(unsafe.Pointer(&C.myStringArray))[:arraySize:arraySize]
    
    for _, cString := range cStrings {
        fmt.Println(C.GoString(cString))
    }
    
    // prints:
    // NAME_OF_FIRST_THING
    // NAME_OF_SECOND_THING
    // NAME_OF_THIRD_THING
    

    Relevant cgo wiki entry: https://github.com/golang/go/wiki/cgo#turning-c-arrays-into-go-slices

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