std::isgraph(std::locale) (3) - Linux Man Pages

std::isgraph(std::locale): std::isgraph(std::locale)

NAME

std::isgraph(std::locale) - std::isgraph(std::locale)

Synopsis


Defined in header <locale>
template< class charT >
bool isgraph( charT ch, const locale& loc );


Checks if the given character classified as a graphic character (i.e. printable, excluding space) by the given locale's std::ctype facet.

Parameters


ch - character
loc - locale

Return value


Returns true if the character is classified as graphic, false otherwise.

Possible implementation


  template< class charT >
  bool isgraph( charT ch, const std::locale& loc ) {
      return std::use_facet<std::ctype<charT>>(loc).is(std::ctype_base::graph, ch);
  }

Example


Demonstrates the use of isgraph() with different locales (OS-specific).
// Run this code


  #include <iostream>
  #include <locale>
  int main()
  {
      const wchar_t c = L'\u2a0c'; // quadruple integral


      std::locale loc1("C");
      std::cout << "isgraph('⨌', C locale) returned "
                 << std::boolalpha << std::isgraph(c, loc1) << '\n';


      std::locale loc2("en_US.UTF-8");
      std::cout << "isgraph('⨌', Unicode locale) returned "
                << std::boolalpha << std::isgraph(c, loc2) << '\n';
  }

Output:


  isgraph('⨌', C locale) returned false
  isgraph('⨌', Unicode locale) returned true

See also


         checks if a character is a graphical character
isgraph (function)
         checks if a wide character is a graphical character
iswgraph (function)