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_ismbcl0, _ismbcl1, _ismbcl2
Code Page 932 Specific
int _ismbcl0( unsigned int c ); int _ismbcl1( unsigned int c ); int _ismbcl2( unsigned int c );
- Character to be tested.
Each of these routines returns a nonzero value if the character satisfies the test condition or 0 if it does not. If c<= 255 and there is a corresponding _ismbb routine (for example, _ismbcalnum corresponds to _ismbbalnum), the result is the return value of the corresponding _ismbb routine.
Each of these functions tests a given multibyte character for a given condition.
|Routine||Test condition (code page 932 only)|
|_ismbcl0||JIS non-Kanji: 0x8140<=c<=0x889E.|
|_ismbcl1||JIS level-1: 0x889F<=c<=0x9872.|
|_ismbcl2||JIS level-2: 0x989F<=c<=0xEA9E.|
_ismbcl0, _ismbcl1, and _ismbcl2 check that the specified value c matches the test conditions described above, but do not check that c is a valid multibyte character. If the lower byte is in the ranges 0x00 – 0x3F, 0x7F, or 0xFD – 0xFF, these functions return a nonzero value, indicating that the character satisfies the test condition. Use _ismbbtrail to test whether the multibyte character is defined.
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|_ismbcl0||<mbstring.h>||Win 98, Win Me, Win NT, Win 2000, Win XP|
|_ismbcl1||<mbstring.h>||Win 98, Win Me, Win NT, Win 2000, Win XP|
|_ismbcl2||<mbstring.h>||Win 98, Win Me, Win NT, Win 2000, Win XP|
For additional compatibility information, see Compatibility in the Introduction.
All versions of the C run-time libraries.