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 * TargetGroup.h -- The "TargetGroup" class holds a group of IP addresses, *
 * such as those from a '/16' or '10.*.*.*' specification.  It also has a  *
 * trivial HostGroupState class which handles a bunch of expressions that  *
 * go into TargetGroup classes.                                            *
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/* $Id: TargetGroup.h 6633 2007-12-22 06:32:03Z fyodor $ */

#ifndef TARGETGROUP_H
#define TARGETGROUP_H

#include "nmap.h"

class TargetGroup {
 public:
  /* used by get_target_types */
  enum _targets_types { TYPE_NONE, IPV4_NETMASK, IPV4_RANGES, IPV6_ADDRESS };
  /* used as input to skip range */
  enum _octet_nums { FIRST_OCTET, SECOND_OCTET, THIRD_OCTET };
  TargetGroup();

 /* Initializes (or reinitializes) the object with a new expression,
    such as 192.168.0.0/16 , 10.1.0-5.1-254 , or
    fe80::202:e3ff:fe14:1102 .  The af parameter is AF_INET or
    AF_INET6 Returns 0 for success */
  int parse_expr(const char * const target_expr, int af);
  /* Reset the object without reinitializing it */
  int rewind();
  /* Grab the next host from this expression (if any).  Returns 0 and
     fills in ss if successful.  ss must point to a pre-allocated
     sockaddr_storage structure */
  int get_next_host(struct sockaddr_storage *ss, size_t *sslen);
  /* Returns the last given host, so that it will be given again next
     time get_next_host is called.  Obviously, you should only call
     this if you have fetched at least 1 host since parse_expr() was
     called */
  int return_last_host();
  /* return the target type */
  char get_targets_type() {return targets_type;};
  /* get the netmask */
  int get_mask() {return netmask;};
  /* Skip an octet in the range array */
  int skip_range(_octet_nums octet);
 private:
  enum _targets_types targets_type;
  void Initialize();

#if HAVE_IPV6
  struct in6_addr ip6;
#endif

  /* These 4 are used for the '/mask' style of specifying target 
     net (IPV4_NETMASK) */
  u32 netmask;
  struct in_addr startaddr;
  struct in_addr currentaddr;
  struct in_addr endaddr;

  // These three are for the '138.[1-7,16,91-95,200-].12.1' style (IPV4_RANGES)
  u8 addresses[4][256];
  unsigned int current[4];
  u8 last[4];  

/* Number of IPs left in this structure -- set to 0 if 
              the fields are not valid */
  unsigned long ipsleft; 

};

class HostGroupState {
 public:
  HostGroupState(int lookahead, int randomize, char *target_expressions[],
             int num_expressions);
  ~HostGroupState();
  Target **hostbatch;
  int max_batch_sz; /* The size of the hostbatch[] array */
  int current_batch_sz; /* The number of VALID members of hostbatch[] */
  int next_batch_no; /* The index of the next hostbatch[] member to be given 
                  back to the user */
  int randomize; /* Whether each batch should be "shuffled" prior to the ping 
                scan (they will also be out of order when given back one
                at a time to the client program */
  char **target_expressions; /* An array of target expression strings, passed
                        to us by the client (client is also in charge
                        of deleting it AFTER it is done with the 
                        hostgroup_state */
  int num_expressions;       /* The number of valid expressions in 
                        target_expressions member above */
  int next_expression;   /* The index of the next expression we have
                      to handle */
  TargetGroup current_expression; /* For batch chunking -- targets in queue */
};

#endif /* TARGETGROUP_H */

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