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Old December 2nd, 2005, 06:27 AM
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[StructLayout(LayoutKind.Explicit)]
public struct SampleUnion
{
    [FieldOffset(0)] public uint dword;
    [FieldOffset(0)] public byte[] bytes;
    [FieldOffset(0)] public uint byte3;
    [FieldOffset(8)] public uint byte2;
    [FieldOffset(16)] public uint byte1;
    [FieldOffset(24)] public uint byte0;
};

uint S(SampleUnion x, uint y)

i am calling a function "S". Depending on the value y, the function should return the value of the expression "SBoxes[y][x.bytes##y])" (this expression is written in c)... suppose y=1, then SBoxes[1][x.bytes1]... where bytes1 is a member of the C# representation of C union. In the same way for y=2,3,.... i should be able to compute the expression by calling this function "S"...

In C, this can be done as..
uint S(SampleUnion x, uint y)
  {
    return(SBoxes[y][x.bytes##y]);
  }

Here y is appended to bytes using "##". But i donot how i can do it in C#....Due to this i am not able to proceed further.So any kind of help is highly appreciated and will be waiting for any reply...

Thanku


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