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NAME

       bson_string_t - bson_string_t

       String Building Abstraction

SYNOPSIS

          #include <bson/bson.h>

          typedef struct {
             char *str;
             uint32_t len;
             uint32_t alloc;
          } bson_string_t;

DESCRIPTION

       bson_string_t  is  an abstraction for building strings. As chunks are added to the string,
       allocations are performed in powers of two.

       This API is useful if you need to build UTF-8 encoded strings.

EXAMPLE

          bson_string_t *str;

          str = bson_string_new (NULL);
          bson_string_append_printf (str, "%d %s %f\n", 0, "some string", 0.123);
          printf ("%s\n", str->str);

          bson_string_free (str, true);

       TIP:
          You can call bson_string_free() with false if you  would  like  to  take  ownership  of
          str->str. Some APIs that do this might call return bson_string_free (str, false); after
          building the string.

AUTHOR

       MongoDB, Inc

COPYRIGHT

       2017-present, MongoDB, Inc