bson_iter_find_case (3) - Linux Man Pages
bson_iter_find_case: Advances iter until it is observing an element matching the name of key or exhausting all elements.
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bson_iter_find_case() - Advances iter until it is observing an element matching the name of key or exhausting all elements.
bson_iter_find_case (bson_iter_t *iter,
const char *key);
An ASCII string containing the field to locate.
until it is observing an element matching the name of
or exhausting all elements.
is not case-sensitive. The keys will be case-folded to determine a match using the current locale.
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