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Bibliothèque de chaînes de caractères
Chaînes à zéro terminal
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Null-terminated strings
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Les chaînes d'octets
Chaines multi-octets
Les chaînes étendues
Classes
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Classes
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basic_string
char_traits
 
Chaînes d'octets à zéro terminal
Fonctions
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Functions
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Manipulation caractère
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Character manipulation
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Conversion aux formats numériques
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Conversions to numeric formats
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La manipulation de chaînes
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String manipulation
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strcpy
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strcat
strncat
strxfrm
Examen chaîne
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String examination
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Manipulation de la mémoire
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Memory manipulation
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memchr
memcmp
memset
memcpy
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Divers
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Miscellaneous
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strerror
 
Defined in header <cstring>
int strcoll( const char* lhs, const char* rhs );
Compare deux chaînes d'octets à zéro terminal en fonction de la localisation en cours tels que définis par la catégorie LC_COLLATE .
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Compares two null-terminated byte strings according to the current locale as defined by the LC_COLLATE category.
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Sommaire

[modifier] Paramètres

lhs, rhs -
pointeurs vers les chaînes d'octets à zéro terminal à comparer
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pointers to the null-terminated byte strings to compare
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[modifier] Retourne la valeur

Valeur négative si lhs est moins (précède) rhs .
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Negative value if lhs is less than (precedes) rhs.
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0 si lhs est égal à' rhs .
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0 if lhs is equal to rhs.
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Valeur positive si lhs est supérieure à' (suit) rhs .
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Positive value if lhs is greater than (follows) rhs.
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[modifier] Notes

Ordre de classement est généralement lexicographique insensible à la casse comparaison selon l'alphabet dans l'environnement local, mais dans certains endroits, des groupes de caractères comparer des unités de classement en simple. Par exemple, «ch» en tchèque suit «h» et précède «i» et «ng» en gallois suit «g» et précède «h» .
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Collation order is typically lexicographic case-insensitive comparison according to the locale's alphabet, but in some locales, groups of characters compare as single collation units. For example, "ch" in Czech follows "h" and precedes "i", and "ng" in Welsh follows "g" and precedes "h".
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[modifier] Exemple

[modifier] Voir aussi

compare deux chaînes de large, conformément à la localisation en cours
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compares two wide strings in accordance to the current locale
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(fonction) [edit]
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virtuel
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virtual
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compare deux chaînes en utilisant les règles de tri de cette facette
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compares two strings using this facet's collation rules
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(fonction membre virtuelle protégée de std::collate) [edit]
transformer une chaîne de sorte que strcmp produirait le même résultat que strcoll
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transform a string so that strcmp would produce the same result as strcoll
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(fonction) [edit]
C documentation for strcoll