WSTestUTF32Symbol()
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int WSTestUTF32Symbol(WSLINK l, const unsigned int *s, int n)
tests that the next expression on the WSTP connection specified by l is a symbol with the value s, a UTF-32 encoded string of length n.

DetailsDetails

  • WSTestUTF32Symbol() fails if the current expression on the link l is not a symbol, or if the value of the symbol does not match s.
  • WSTestUTF32Symbol() returns 0 in the event of an error, and a nonzero value if the function succeeds.
  • Use WSError() to retrieve the error code if WSTestUTF32Symbol() fails.
  • WSTestUTF32Symbol() will reset the stream pointer to the expression on the link just prior to calling WSTestUTF32Symbol()if the function fails. This operation behaves as if the programmer called WSCreateMark(link); WSTestUTF32Symbol(); WSSeekToMark().
  • The UTF-32 encoded symbol s must include a byte order mark.
  • The length n of the UTF-32 symbol s must include the byte order mark.
  • WSTestUTF32Symbol() is declared in the WSTP header file wstp.h.

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Basic Examples  (1)Basic Examples  (1)

#include "wstp.h"

/* A function for testing the next symbol on the link */

void f(WSINK l)
{
    const unsigned int theSymbol[5];

    theSymbol[0] = 0xFEFF;
    theSymbol[1] = 'L';
    theSymbol[2] = 'i';
    theSymbol[3] = 's';
    theSymbol[4] = 't';

    if(! WSTestUTF32Symbol(l, (const unsigned int *)theSymbol,
        5))
    { /* The next expression on the link is not List */ }
    else
    { /* The next expression on the link is List */ }
}
Introduced in 2014
(10.0)