std::messages<CharT>::close,std::messages<CharT>::do_close (3) - Linux Man Pages

std::messages<CharT>::close,std::messages<CharT>::do_close: std::messages<CharT>::close,std::messages<CharT>::do_close

NAME

std::messages<CharT>::close,std::messages<CharT>::do_close - std::messages<CharT>::close,std::messages<CharT>::do_close

Synopsis


Defined in header <locale>
public: (1)
void close( catalog c ) const;
protected: (2)
virtual void do_close( catalog c ) const;


1) public member function, calls the protected virtual member function do_close of the most derived class.
2) Releases the implementation-defined resources associated with an open catalog that is designated by the value c of type catalog (inherited from std::messages_base), which was obtained from open().

Parameters


c - a valid open catalog identifier, on which close() has not yet been called

Return value


(none)

Notes


On POSIX systems, this function call usually translates to a call to catclose(). In GNU libstdc++, which is implemented in terms of GNU gettext(), it does nothing.

Example


The following example demonstrated retrieval of messages: on a typical GNU/Linux system it reads from /usr/share/locale/de/LC_MESSAGES/sed.mo
// Run this code


  #include <iostream>
  #include <locale>


  int main()
  {
      std::locale loc("de_DE.utf8");
      std::cout.imbue(loc);
      auto& facet = std::use_facet<std::messages<char>>(loc);
      auto cat = facet.open("sed", loc);
      if(cat < 0 )
          std::cout << "Could not open german \"sed\" message catalog\n";
      else
          std::cout << "\"No match\" in German: "
                    << facet.get(cat, 0, 0, "No match") << '\n'
                    << "\"Memory exhausted\" in German: "
                    << facet.get(cat, 0, 0, "Memory exhausted") << '\n';
      facet.close(cat);
  }

Possible output:


  "No match" in German: Keine Übereinstimmung
  "Memory exhausted" in German: Speicher erschöpft

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