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fstrcoll - fuzzy comparison of two strings using the current locale
#include <fstrcmp.h> #define FSTRCMP_IDENTICAL #define FSTRCMP_THRESHOLD #define FSTRCMP_ERROR double fstrcoll(const char *string1, const char *string2);
The strcoll() function compares the two strings sting1 and string2. The comparison is based on strings interpreted as appropriate for the program's current locale for category LC_CTYPE.
The fstrcoll function returns a floating point value between 0.0 and FSTRCMP_IDENTICAL. A value of 0.0 means the strings are utterly un-alike. A value of FSTRCMP_IDENTICAL means the strings are identical. A value of more than FSTRCMP_THRESHOLD (it lies between 0.0 and FSTRCMP_IDENTICAL) would be considered "similar" by most people. A value of FSTRCMP_ERROR (always negative) indicates a malloc(3) or mbstowcs(3) failure.
fstrcmp(3) fuzzy comparison of two strings fstrcolli(3) fuzzy comparison of two strings using the current locale strcoll(3) compare two strings using the current locale mbstowcs(3) convert a multibyte string to a wide-character string
fstrcmp version 0.6 Copyright (C) 2009 Peter Miller Peter Miller <email@example.com> The comparison code is derived from the fuzzy comparison functions in GNU Gettext 0.17. The GNU Gettext comparison functions were, in turn, derived from GNU Diff 2.7. Copyright (C) 1988-2009 Free Software Foundation fstrcoll(3)