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       bson_ascii_strtoll - bson_ascii_strtoll()


          bson_ascii_strtoll (const char *str, char **endptr, int base);


       · str: The string to convert.

       · endptr: Address of the first invalid character of str, or null.

       · base: The base to use for the conversion.


       A portable version of strtoll().

       Converts  a  string  to a 64-bit signed integer according to the given base, which must be
       16, 10, or 8. Leading whitespace will be ignored.

       If base is 0 is passed in, the base is inferred  from  the  string's  leading  characters.
       Base-16  numbers  start  with "0x" or "0X", base-8 numbers start with "0", base-10 numbers
       start with a digit from 1 to 9.

       If endptr is not NULL, it will be assigned the address of the first invalid  character  of
       str, or its null terminating byte if the entire string was valid.

       If an invalid value is encountered, errno will be set to EINVAL and zero will be returned.
       If the number is out of range, errno is set  to  ERANGE  and  LLONG_MAX  or  LLONG_MIN  is


       The result of the conversion.


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