Returns the number of collation values for a given string.
Standard C Library (libc.a)
include <string.h> int strncollen (String, Number) const char *String; const int Number;
The strncollen subroutine returns the number of collation values for a given string pointed to by the String parameter. The count of collation values is terminated when either a null character is encountered or when the number of bytes indicated by the Number parameter have been examined.
The collation values are set by the setlocale subroutine for the LC_COLLATE category. For example, if the locale is set to Es_ES (Spanish spoken in Spain) for the LC_COLLATE category, where `ch' has one collation value, then strncollen ('abchd', 5) returns 4.
In German, the <Sharp-S> character has two collation values, so substituting the <Sharp-S> character for B in the following example, strncollen ('straBa', 6) returns 7.
If a character has no collation value, its collation length is 0.
|Number||The number of bytes in a string to be examined.|
|String||Pointer to a string to be examined for collation value.|
Upon successful completion, the strncollen subroutine returns the collation value for a given string, pointed to by the String parameter.
This subroutine is part of Base Operating System (BOS) Runtime.
The setlocale subroutine, strcat, strncat, strxfrm, strcpy, strncpy, or strdup subroutine, strcmp, strncmp, strcasecmp, strncasecmp, or strcoll subroutine, strlen, strchr, strrchr, strpbrk, strspn, strcspn, strstr, or strtok subroutine.
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