man pages section 3: Basic Library Functions

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strtows(3C)

Name

strtows, wstostr - code conversion for Process Code and File Code

Synopsis

#include <widec.h>

wchar_t *strtows(wchar_t *dst, char *src);
char *wstostr(char *dst, wchar_t *src);

Description

The strtows() and wstostr() functions convert strings back and forth between File Code representation and Process Code.

The strtows() function takes a character string src, converts it to a Process Code string, terminated by a Process Code null, and places the result into dst.

The wstostr() function takes the Process Code string pointed to by src, converts it to a character string, and places the result into dst.

Return Values

The strtows() function returns the Process Code string if it completes successfully. Otherwise, a null pointer will be returned and errno will be set to EILSEQ.

The wstostr() function returns the File Code string if it completes successfully. Otherwise, a null pointer will be returned and errno will be set to EILSEQ.

See Also

wstring(3C)