```/* <![CDATA[ */
function get_sym_list(){return [["Variable","xv",[["end",26],["start",25]]],["Function","xf",[["main",29]]]];} /* ]]> */1/*
2 *  example.c
3 *
4 *  Calculate the sum of a given range of integer numbers. The range is
5 *  specified by providing two integer numbers as command line argument.
6 *  If no arguments are specified, assume the predefined range [0..9].
7 *  Abort with an error message if the resulting number is too big to be
8 *  stored as int variable.
9 *
10 *  This program example is similar to the one found in the GCOV documentation.
11 *  It is used to demonstrate the HTML output generated by LCOV.
12 *
13 *  The program is split into 3 modules to better demonstrate the 'directory
14 *  overview' function. There are also a lot of bloated comments inserted to
15 *  artificially increase the source code size so that the 'source code
16 *  overview' function makes at least a minimum of sense.
17 *
18 */
19
20#include <stdio.h>
21#include <stdlib.h>
22#include "iterate.h"
23#include "gauss.h"
24
25static int start = 0;
26static int end = 9;
27
28
29int main (int argc, char* argv[])
30{
31	int total1, total2;
32
33	/* Accept a pair of numbers as command line arguments. */
34
35	if (argc == 3)
36	{
37		start	= atoi(argv);
38		end	= atoi(argv);
39	}
40
41
42	/* Use both methods to calculate the result. */
43
44	total1 = iterate_get_sum (start, end);
45	total2 = gauss_get_sum (start, end);
46
47
48	/* Make sure both results are the same. */
49
50	if (total1 != total2)
51	{
52		printf ("Failure (%d != %d)!\n", total1, total2);
53	}
54	else
55	{
56		printf ("Success, sum[%d..%d] = %d\n", start, end, total1);
57	}
58
59	return 0;
60}
61```