[LLVMdev] function creation question
joel.gouly at gmail.com
Tue Sep 10 14:09:37 PDT 2013
A vector type in LLVM can only have a single element type. You'll have to
return a struct type.
On 10 Sep 2013 21:19, "emily thomas" <emilythomas007 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have an AST, and I walk it to generate llvm-IR. For function
> definitions, I need to be able to generate functions :
> vector<datatypes> foo (param_list)
> i.e. my return value is a vector of different datatype.s, similar to the
> param list.
> My question is, what do i put my elelment type in the vector? It can be a
> vector of any of the element types.. i.e. the first value can be a float,
> the second char* etc..
> VectorType* vt = VectorType::get(..)
> FunctionType* ft = FunctionType::get (vt,..)
> Function *f = Function::Create (..)
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