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From_end is the end of the source character sequence. from_next points to character in the source sequence. to is the beginning of the destination sequence. to_limit is the end of the destination sequence. to_next points to character in the destination sequence. Return Type result Description The do_out() method translates the sequence at [from,from_end) to a destination sequence stored at [to, to_limit). It translates no more than (from_end - from) source character elements and stores no more than (to_limit - to) destination character elements.

To_limit is used to determine the number of characters that are to be stored. to_next points to one beyond the last element if conversion is successful. Return Type result Description The do_unshift() method places characters starting at to that should be appended to termintate a sequence when the current stateT is given by the argument state. The method returns the enumerated value error, noconv, ok or partial. Method in() Access Public Classification Modifier Syntax virtual result in(stateT& state, const internT* from, const internT* from_end, const internT*& from_next, externT* to, externT* to_limit, externT*& to_next) const; Parameters state is unspecified.

A is the character to be copied. Returns Methods This method returns a pointer to a sequence of 31 32 Methods char_type characters. Description The assign() method copies n copies of a into s. Method compare() Access Public Classification Accessor Syntax static int compare(const char_type* s1, const char_type* s2, size_t n); Parameters s1 points to a sequence of characters which is compared to the characters in the s2 array. s2 points to a sequence of characters which is compared to the characters in the s1 array.

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