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Manual Reference Pages  -  STRTRIMSP (l)

NAME

strtrimsp - trim leading and/or trailing whitespace from a string

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description

SYNOPSIS


# include <begemot.h>

void strtrimsp(char **pstr, int which);

DESCRIPTION

This function trims whitespace from the string pointed to by *pstr. pstr is a pointer to the string pointer. The string pointer may be changed by the function, if leading whitespace is removed. If which is 0, only leading whitespace is removed, if which is 1, only trailing whitespace is removed. For all other values of which both ends are trimmed. Whitespaceness is determined by isspace(3).

SEE ALSO

ctype(3),
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BEGEMOT STRTRIMSP (l) 23 August 1997

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