* @file error.cpp
 * @brief Class handling a predefined list with errors
 * @license
 * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not
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 * Copyright (C) 2007-2011 Jos de Jong, http://www.speqmath.com
 * @author 	Jos de Jong, <wjosdejong@gmail.com>
 * @date	2007-12-22, updated 2012-02-06

//#include "constants.h"
#include "error.h"

using namespace std;

 * Create an error with given message id and fill in given string in message
 * @PARAM rpw   row where the error occured (0 to neglect)
 * @PARAM col   column where the error occured (0 to neglect)
 * @PARAM id    id of the message
 * @PARAM arg   an argument which will be filled in in the message,
 *              replacing %s, %i, %f, %c
Error::Error(const int row, const int col, const int id, ...)
: err_row(row), err_col(col), err_id(id)
    //sprintf(msg, msgdesc(id));
    const char* msg_desc = msgdesc(id);

    va_list args;
    va_start(args, msg_desc);
    vsnprintf(msg, sizeof(msg)-1, msg_desc, args);
    msg[sizeof(msg)-1] = '\0';

 * Returns a pointer to the message description for the given message id.
 * Returns "Unknown error" if id was not recognized.
const char* Error::msgdesc(const int id)
    switch (id)
        // syntax errors
        case 1: return "Syntax error in part \"%s\"";
        case 2: return "Syntax error";
        case 3: return "Parentesis ) missing";
        case 4: return "Empty expression";
        case 5: return "Unexpected part \"%s\"";
        case 6: return "Unexpected end of expression";
        case 7: return "Value expected";

        // wrong or unknown operators, functions, variables
        case 101: return "Unknown operator %s";
        case 102: return "Unknown function %s";
        case 103: return "Unknown variable %s";

        // domain errors
        case 200: return "Too long expression, maximum number of characters exceeded";

        // error in assignments of variables
        case 300: return "Defining variable failed";

        // error in functions
        case 400: return "Integer value expected in function %s";

    return "Unknown error";