ldns_bget_token - Man Page
get tokens from buffers
ssize_t ldns_bget_token(ldns_buffer *b, char *token, const char *delim, size_t limit);
int ldns_bgetc(ldns_buffer *buffer);
void ldns_bskipcs(ldns_buffer *buffer, const char *s);
ldns_bget_token() returns a token/char from the buffer b. This function deals with ( and ) in the buffer, and ignores when it finds them.
*b: the buffer to read from
*token: the token is put here
*delim: chars at which the parsing should stop
*limit: how much to read. If 0 the builtin maximum is used
Returns s 0 on error of EOF of b. Otherwise return the length of what is read
ldns_bgetc() returns the next character from a buffer. Advances the position pointer with 1. When end of buffer is reached returns EOF. This is the buffer's equivalent for getc().
*buffer: buffer to read from
Returns EOF on failure otherwise return the character
ldns_bskipcs() skips all of the characters in the given string in the buffer, moving the position to the first character that is not in *s.
*buffer: buffer to use
*s: characters to skip
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This manpage was automatically generated from the ldns source code.
The man pages ldns_bgetc(3) and ldns_bskipcs(3) are aliases of ldns_bget_token(3).