Index into a slotted object and assign a sub-object to another slot

Behaviour

  • Look up the object in slot parent_slot
  • Retrieve the sub-object at field_id
  • Place sub-object into the slot new_slot or the next available slot if new_slot is 0.
  • Return the new slot number.

Definition

int64_t slot_subfield (
    uint32_t parent_slot,
    uint32_t field_id,
    uint32_t new_slot
);

Example

int64_t amt_slot = 
    slot_subfield(oslot, sfAmount, 0);

Parameters

Name

Type

Description

parent_slot

uint32_t

Slot the parent object is in

field_id

uint32_t

The sf code of the field you are searching for.

To compute this manually take the serialized type and shift it into the 16 highest bits of uint32_t, then take the field and place it in the 16 lowest bits.

For example:
sfEmitNonce has type 5 and field 11 thus its value is 0x050BU

new_slot

uint32_t

New slot number to place the object from the selected field into. If null, choose the next available slot. May be null.

Return Code

Type

Description

int64_t

The slot number of the newly allocated object

If negative, an error:

DOESNT_EXIST

  • The searched for field isn't present in the parent slot or the parent slot is unfilled.

NO_FREE_SLOTS

  • The API would require a new slot to be allocated but the Hook is already at the maximum number of slots.

INVALID_FIELD

  • The specified field is not a valid sf field.

NOT_AN_OBJECT

  • The slotted object is not a valid STObject.