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std::fgetws: std::fgetws

NAME

std::fgetws - std::fgetws

Synopsis


Defined in header <cwchar>
wchar_t* fgetws( wchar_t* str, int count, std::FILE* stream );


Reads at most count - 1 wide characters from the given file stream and stores them in str. The produced wide string is always null-terminated. Parsing stops if end-of-file occurs or a newline wide character is found, in which case str will contain that wide newline character.

Parameters


str - wide string to read the characters to
count - the length of str
stream - file stream to read the data from

Return value


str on success, NULL on an error

See also


wscanf reads formatted wide character input from stdin, a file stream or a buffer
fwscanf (function)
swscanf
        gets a wide character from a file stream
fgetwc (function)
getwc
        writes a wide string to a file stream
fputws (function)