const char *mdb_one_bit(int width, int bit, int on);
The mdb_one_bit() function can be used to print a graphical representation of a bit field in which a single bit of interest is turned on or off. This function is useful for creating verbose displays of bit fields similar to the output from snoop(1M) -v. For example, the following source code:
#define FLAG_BUSY 0x1 uint_t flags; /* ... */ mdb_printf("%s = BUSY\n", mdb_one_bit(8, 0, flags & FLAG_BUSY));
produces this output:
.... ...1 = BUSY
Each bit in the bit field is printed as a period (.), with each 4-bit sequence separated by a white space. The bit of interest is printed as 1 or 0, depending on the setting of the on parameter. The total width of the bit field in bits is specified by the width parameter, and the bit position of the bit of interest is specified by the bit parameter. Bits are numbered starting from zero. The function returns a pointer to an appropriately sized, null-terminated string containing the formatted bit representation. The string is automatically garbage-collected upon completion of the current dcmd.