|STREVAL(3)||C LIBRARY FUNCTIONS||STREVAL(3)|
If conv is not 0 then it is called when an unknown token is encountered in s. cs points to the beginning of the unknown token. The return value is the long integer value of the unknown token and ce must be set to point to the first character after the unknown token. If an expression syntax error is encountered the conv is called with cs set to 0 and *ce pointing to the error message text.
In addition to the normal C expressions and integer constant styles, numbers in any base b <= 2 <=36 may be represented as b#nnnn, where the extra digits in nnnn are taken from [A-Z].
|November 07, 2006|