wctob — try to represent a wide character as a single byte
wctob() function tests
whether the multibyte representation of the wide character
c, starting in the
initial state, consists of a single byte. If so, it is
returned as an unsigned char.
Never use this function. It cannot help you in writing internationalized programs. Internationalized programs must never distinguish single-byte and multibyte characters.
wctob() function returns
the single-byte representation of
c, if it exists, of
For an explanation of the terms used in this section, see attributes(7).
The behavior of
depends on the
category of the current locale.
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