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Manual Reference Pages  -  USTRTOD (3)

NAME

ustrtod - Converts a string into a floating point number. Allegro game programming library.

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
See Also

SYNOPSIS

#include <allegro.h>

double ustrtod(const char *s, char **endp);

DESCRIPTION

This function converts as many characters of ‘s’ that look like a floating point number into one, and sets ‘*endp’ to point to the first unused character, if ‘endp’ is not a NULL pointer. Example:

   char *endp, *string = "456.203 askdfg";
   double number = ustrtod(string, &endp);

RETURN VALUE

Returns the string converted as a value of type ‘double’. If nothing was converted, returns zero with *endp pointing to the beginning of s.

SEE ALSO

uconvert(3), ustrtol(3), uatof(3)
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Allegro USTRTOD (3) version 4.4.2

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