DBCS/MBCS aware string handling functions

DBCS/MBCS aware string handling functions

Post by Adrian Ch » Thu, 13 Jul 2000 04:00:00



Does anybody out there know what the DBCS equivalents of strchr, etc. are
for Linux?

Win32 for example has _mbschr, and other DBCS equivalents of string
functions.

I do not want wide character (Unicode) functions but rather DBCS.  If there
are none available then I at least need the equivalent of the Win32
IsLeadByte which allows you to check whether a character is a leadbyte of a
multi-byte sequence.

It would also be good to know what the current codepage or character
encoding scheme is and whether that it requires more than one byte to
represent a character.

Adrian

 
 
 

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