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For example, a function's name and parameters are given as following:

function batchTransfer(address[] _receivers, uint256 _value) public returns (bool);

Then I want to get a python dictionary whose key is the first location of the value in transaction input, and value is the corresponding value, for example:

p {};

p["0"] = 0x34672534; // the function signature

p["4"] = 'offset'; // the offset of '_receivers' value

p["36"] = '_value';

p["4+offset"] = '_receivers.length'; // the length of '_receivers'

p["4+offset+1*32"] = '_receivers[1]'

p["4+offset+2*32"] = '_receivers[2]'

Note: since when reaching this stage, only contract source codes and ABI were given, and there are no concrete inputs, namely, I should derive this dictionary by statically analyzing source codes or ABI, so the location can be expressed by expressions as shown above.

So, is there any way to implement such a parser to get this map?

Or is there already an existing one?

  • A mapping(string -> string) doesn't seem appropriate here. To begin with, neither 0x34672534 nor _value is of type string. Please refine your question. – goodvibration Nov 5 '19 at 7:00
  • Sorry, I rewrote my question. – Jocelyn Nov 5 '19 at 11:20
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One way is to use this https://github.com/ConsenSys/abi-decoder or even better https://web3js.readthedocs.io/en/v1.2.0/web3-eth-abi.html#decodeparameters

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  • I searched the source codes of 'decodeparameters' function in Web3. but i found it was imported from another unknown package, could you please tell me where i can find the codes of 'decodeparameters'. – Jocelyn Nov 6 '19 at 8:59
  • This page also uses a packed function 'decodeParameter()' imported from another package. Finally, I found this package was 'ethers' (docs.ethers.io/ethers.js/html/getting-started.html) but it's impemented by JS. I wander if there is any straight way to implement my expected function without refering abicoders – Jocelyn Nov 15 '19 at 0:47

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