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Manual Reference Pages  -  FIRESTRING_ESTR_CHUG (3)

NAME

firestring_estr_chug - remove whitespace from the beginning of an estring

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Caveats
Return Value
Author
See Also

SYNOPSIS

#include <firestring.h>
-lfirestring

void firestring_estr_chug(struct firestring_estr_t *string)

DESCRIPTION

firestring_estr_chug shortens string by moving the start forward until the string begins with a non-whitespace character or is empty.

CAVEATS

This function moves the starting pointer inside string. If string was allocated with firestring_estr_alloc(3), (as opposed to constructed manually pointing inside other memory), future calls to firestring_estr_free(3) will fail if this function trimmed any space from the start of the string. In these cases, use firestring_estr_ip_chug(3) instead.

RETURN VALUE

None.

AUTHOR

Ian Gulliver <ian@penguinhosting.net>

SEE ALSO

libfirestring(3)
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