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librock_VSBtextrep - replace substrings within a librock_VSB
#License - #Source code - #Example Use -
struct librock_VSB_s *vsb,
const char *pszSearch,
const char *pszReplace
Working from the beginning, find substrings in a librock_VSB,
Typical use is
struct librock_VSB_s *v = librock_VSBalloc();
memchr() memcmp() strlen()
Copyright 1998-2002 Forrest J. Cavalier III, http://www.mibsoftware.com
Licensed under BSD-ish license, NO WARRANTY. Copies must retain this block.
License text in <librock/license/librock.txt> librock_LIDESC_HC=12440211096131f5976d36be0cddca4cd9152e45
./exec/struct/vsbop.c (implementation, plus source of this manual page)
Tests and Supported Platform Types
This is a representative sample. Librock code is highly portable. For a particular platform not reported here, request paid support
librock_VSBtextrep passed tests in tvsbop (Unix/Linux/BSD: 2002/08/08 sys=FreeBSD using gcc)
librock_VSBtextrep passed tests in tvsbop_main (WIN32: 2002/08/08 sys=NT 4.0 using MSVC)
This software is part of Librock
Rapid reuse, without rework.
- Source code which is Open-source, Free (Libre) and free (no cost)
- Namespace limited. All compile-time macros and names visible at link time are prefixed by "librock_". Integrate into your project and expect no name collisions.
- Stable API means new functions get new names so that there is no risk that updating a source file will break existing applications.
- Highly portable, cross-platform, and multithread compatible. Works with many machines, compilers, and operating systems (gcc/MSVC/Windows/Linux/BSD).
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