In the C Programming Language, the mbtowc characteristic converts a multibyte persona (as pointed to by using s) into a broad persona (as pointed to by using pwc) up to n codes in length.
The syntax for the mbtowc feature in the C Language is:
int mbtowc(wchar_t *pwc, const char *s, size_t n);
Parameters or Arguments
pwc he array where the transformed large character will be stored. s The multibyte character to convert into a extensive character. n The most number of bytes to save in pwc.
Note If s is a null pointer, the mbtowc characteristic will initialize the shift state.
mbtowc function – Returns
The mbtowc function looks at the first n bytes and if it forms a valid character, it returns the range of bytes in s. If it is not, the mbtowc characteristic returns -1. The mbtowc function returns zero if s points to a null character.
In the C Language, the required header for the mbtowc characteristic is:
In the C Language, the mbtowc characteristic can be used in the following versions:
Other C features that are similar to the mbtowc function:
mblen feature wctomb characteristic
Other C functions that are noteworthy when dealing with the mbtowc function:
mbstowcs characteristic setlocale characteristic wcstombs feature