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 912 /**
 913  * Writes the hex dump of a node. A json array is written containing the hex dump, position, length, bitmask and type of
 914  * the node.
 915  */

 958     /* Dump raw hex-encoded dissected information including position, length, bitmask, type */
 959     json_dumper_value_anyf(pdata->dumper, "%" G_GINT32_MODIFIER "d", fi->start);
 960     json_dumper_value_anyf(pdata->dumper, "%" G_GINT32_MODIFIER "d", fi->length);
 961     json_dumper_value_anyf(pdata->dumper, "%" G_GUINT64_FORMAT, fi->hfinfo->bitmask);
 962     json_dumper_value_anyf(pdata->dumper, "%" G_GINT32_MODIFIER "d", (gint32)fi->value.ftype->ftype);

 190 BITMASK         Used to mask a field not 8-bit aligned or with a size other
 191                 than a multiple of 8 bits

1201 bitmask (BITMASK)
1202 -----------------
1203 If the field is a bitfield, then the bitmask is the mask which will
1204 leave only the bits needed to make the field when ANDed with a value.
1205 The proto_tree routines will calculate 'bitshift' automatically
1206 from 'bitmask', by finding the rightmost set bit in the bitmask.
1207 This shift is applied before applying string mapping functions or
1208 filtering.
1210 If the field is not a bitfield, then bitmask should be set to 0.

 825 ----------------
 826 The type of value this field holds. The current field types are:
 828     FT_NONE     No field type. Used for fields that
 829                 aren't given a value, and that can only
 830                 be tested for presence or absence; a
 831                 field that represents a data structure,
 832                 with a subtree below it containing
 833                 fields for the members of the structure,
 834                 or that represents an array with a
 835                 subtree below it containing fields for
 836                 the members of the array, might be an
 837                 FT_NONE field.
 838     FT_PROTOCOL Used for protocols which will be placing
 839                 themselves as top-level items in the
 840                 "Packet Details" pane of the UI.
 841     FT_BOOLEAN  0 means "false", any other value means
 842                 "true".
 843     FT_FRAMENUM A frame number; if this is used, the "Go
 844                 To Corresponding Frame" menu item can
 845                 work on that field.
 846     FT_CHAR     An 8-bit ASCII character. It's treated similarly to an
 847                 FT_UINT8, but is displayed as a C-style character
 848                 constant.
 849     FT_UINT8    An 8-bit unsigned integer.
 850     FT_UINT16   A 16-bit unsigned integer.
 851     FT_UINT24   A 24-bit unsigned integer.
 852     FT_UINT32   A 32-bit unsigned integer.
 853     FT_UINT40   A 40-bit unsigned integer.
 854     FT_UINT48   A 48-bit unsigned integer.
 855     FT_UINT56   A 56-bit unsigned integer.
 856     FT_UINT64   A 64-bit unsigned integer.
 857     FT_INT8     An 8-bit signed integer.
 858     FT_INT16    A 16-bit signed integer.
 859     FT_INT24    A 24-bit signed integer.
 860     FT_INT32    A 32-bit signed integer.
 861     FT_INT40    A 40-bit signed integer.
 862     FT_INT48    A 48-bit signed integer.
 863     FT_INT56    A 56-bit signed integer.
 864     FT_INT64    A 64-bit signed integer.
 865     FT_FLOAT    A single-precision floating point number.
 866     FT_DOUBLE   A double-precision floating point number.
 867     FT_ABSOLUTE_TIME    An absolute time from some fixed point in time,
 868                 displayed as the date, followed by the time, as
 869                 hours, minutes, and seconds with 9 digits after
 870                 the decimal point.
 871     FT_RELATIVE_TIME    Seconds (4 bytes) and nanoseconds (4 bytes)
 872                 of time relative to an arbitrary time.
 873                 displayed as seconds and 9 digits
 874                 after the decimal point.
 875     FT_STRING   A string of characters, not necessarily
 876                 NULL-terminated, but possibly NULL-padded.
 877                 This, and the other string-of-characters
 878                 types, are to be used for text strings,
 879                 not raw binary data.
 880     FT_STRINGZ  A NULL-terminated string of characters.
 881                 The string length is normally the length
 882                 given in the proto_tree_add_item() call.
 883                 However if the length given in the call
 884                 is -1, then the length used is that
 885                 returned by calling tvb_strsize().
 886     FT_UINT_STRING  A counted string of characters, consisting
 887                 of a count (represented as an integral value,
 888                 of width given in the proto_tree_add_item()
 889                 call) followed immediately by that number of
 890                 characters.
 891     FT_ETHER    A six octet string displayed in
 892                 Ethernet-address format.
 893     FT_BYTES    A string of bytes with arbitrary values;
 894                 used for raw binary data.
 895     FT_UINT_BYTES   A counted string of bytes, consisting
 896                 of a count (represented as an integral value,
 897                 of width given in the proto_tree_add_item()
 898                 call) followed immediately by that number of
 899                 arbitrary values; used for raw binary data.
 900     FT_IPv4     A version 4 IP address (4 bytes) displayed
 901                 in dotted-quad IP address format (4
 902                 decimal numbers separated by dots).
 903     FT_IPv6     A version 6 IP address (16 bytes) displayed
 904                 in standard IPv6 address format.
 905     FT_IPXNET   An IPX address displayed in hex as a 6-byte
 906                 network number followed by a 6-byte station
 907                 address.
 908     FT_GUID     A Globally Unique Identifier
 909     FT_OID      An ASN.1 Object Identifier
 910     FT_REL_OID  An ASN.1 Relative Object Identifier
 911     FT_EUI64    A EUI-64 Address
 912     FT_AX25     A AX-25 Address
 913     FT_VINES    A Vines Address
 914     FT_SYSTEM_ID  An OSI System-ID
 915     FT_FCWWN    A Fibre Channel WWN Address