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NE_TOKEN(3)							neon API reference						       NE_TOKEN(3)

NAME
ne_token, ne_qtoken - string tokenizers SYNOPSIS
#include <ne_string.h> char *ne_token(char **str, char sep); char *ne_qtoken(char **str, char sep, const char *quotes); DESCRIPTION
ne_token and ne_qtoken tokenize the string at the location stored in the pointer str. Each time the function is called, it returns the next token, and modifies the str pointer to point to the remainer of the string, or NULL if there are no more tokens in the string. A token is delimited by the separator character sep; if ne_qtoken is used any quoted segments of the string are skipped when searching for a separator. A quoted segment is enclosed in a pair of one of the characters given in the quotes string. The string being tokenized is modified each time the tokenizing function is called; replacing the next separator character with a NUL terminator. EXAMPLES
The following function prints out each token in a comma-separated string list, which is modified in-place: static void splitter(char *list) { do { printf("Token: %s ", ne_token(&list, ',')); while (list); } AUTHOR
Joe Orton <neon@lists.manyfish.co.uk> Author. COPYRIGHT
neon 0.30.0 31 July 2013 NE_TOKEN(3)

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NE_BUFFER_APPEND(3)						neon API reference					       NE_BUFFER_APPEND(3)

NAME
ne_buffer_append, ne_buffer_zappend, ne_buffer_concat - append data to a string buffer SYNOPSIS
#include <ne_string.h> void ne_buffer_append(ne_buffer *buf, const char *string, size_t len); void ne_buffer_zappend(ne_buffer *buf, const char *string); void ne_buffer_concat(ne_buffer *buf, const char *str, ...); DESCRIPTION
The ne_buffer_append and ne_buffer_zappend functions append a string to the end of a buffer; extending the buffer as necessary. The len passed to ne_buffer_append specifies the length of the string to append; there must be no NUL terminator in the first len bytes of the string. ne_buffer_zappend must be passed a NUL-terminated string. The ne_buffer_concat function takes a variable-length argument list following str; each argument must be a char * pointer to a NUL-terminated string. A NULL pointer must be given as the last argument to mark the end of the list. The strings (including str) are appended to the buffer in the order given. None of the strings passed to ne_buffer_concat are modified. EXAMPLES
The following code will output "Hello, world. And goodbye.". ne_buffer *buf = ne_buffer_create(); ne_buffer_zappend(buf, "Hello"); ne_buffer_concat(buf, ", world. ", "And ", "goodbye.", NULL); puts(buf->data); ne_buffer_destroy(buf); SEE ALSO
ne_buffer, ne_buffer_create, ne_buffer_destroy AUTHOR
Joe Orton <neon@lists.manyfish.co.uk> Author. COPYRIGHT
neon 0.30.0 31 July 2013 NE_BUFFER_APPEND(3)
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