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/* A very simple decoding test case, using person.proto.
* Produces output compatible with protoc --decode.
* Reads the encoded data from stdin and prints the values
* to stdout as text.
* Run e.g. ./test_encode1 | ./test_decode1
#include <stdio.h>
#include <pb_decode.h>
#include "person.pb.h"
#include "test_helpers.h"
/* This function is called once from main(), it handles
the decoding and printing. */
bool print_person(pb_istream_t *stream)
int i;
Person person = Person_init_zero;
if (!pb_decode(stream, Person_fields, &person))
return false;
/* Now the decoding is done, rest is just to print stuff out. */
printf("name: \"%s\"\n",;
printf("id: %ld\n", (long);
if (person.has_email)
printf("email: \"%s\"\n",;
for (i = 0; i < person.phone_count; i++)
Person_PhoneNumber *phone = &[i];
printf("phone {\n");
printf(" number: \"%s\"\n", phone->number);
if (phone->has_type)
switch (phone->type)
case Person_PhoneType_WORK:
printf(" type: WORK\n");
case Person_PhoneType_HOME:
printf(" type: HOME\n");
case Person_PhoneType_MOBILE:
printf(" type: MOBILE\n");
return true;
int main()
uint8_t buffer[Person_size];
pb_istream_t stream;
size_t count;
/* Read the data into buffer */
count = fread(buffer, 1, sizeof(buffer), stdin);
if (!feof(stdin))
printf("Message does not fit in buffer\n");
return 1;
/* Construct a pb_istream_t for reading from the buffer */
stream = pb_istream_from_buffer(buffer, count);
/* Decode and print out the stuff */
if (!print_person(&stream))
printf("Parsing failed: %s\n", PB_GET_ERROR(&stream));
return 1;
} else {
return 0;