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ustrrchr(3alleg4)						  Allegro manual						 ustrrchr(3alleg4)

NAME
ustrrchr - Finds the last occurrence of a character in a string. Allegro game programming library. SYNOPSIS
#include <allegro.h> char *ustrrchr(const char *s, int c); DESCRIPTION
Finds the last occurrence of the character `c' in the string `s'. Example: char *p = ustrrchr("one,two,three,four", ','); RETURN VALUE
Returns a pointer for the last occurrence of `c' in `s', or NULL if no match was found. SEE ALSO
uconvert(3alleg4), ustrchr(3alleg4), ustrstr(3alleg4), ustrpbrk(3alleg4), ustrtok(3alleg4) Allegro version 4.4.2 ustrrchr(3alleg4)

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ustrtok(3alleg4)						  Allegro manual						  ustrtok(3alleg4)

NAME
ustrtok - Retrieves tokens from a string. Allegro game programming library. SYNOPSIS
#include <allegro.h> char *ustrtok(char *s, const char *set); DESCRIPTION
This function retrieves tokens from `s' which are delimited by characters from `set'. To initiate the search, pass the string to be searched as `s'. For the remaining tokens, pass NULL instead. Warning: Since ustrtok alters the string it is parsing, you should always copy the string to a temporary buffer before parsing it. Also, this function is not re-entrant (ie. you cannot parse two strings at the same time). Example: char *word; char string[]="some-words with dashes"; char *temp = ustrdup(string); word = ustrtok(temp, " -"); while (word) { allegro_message("Found `%s' ", word); word = ustrtok(NULL, " -"); } free(temp); RETURN VALUE
Returns a pointer to the token, or NULL if no more are found. SEE ALSO
uconvert(3alleg4), ustrchr(3alleg4), ustrrchr(3alleg4), ustrstr(3alleg4), ustrpbrk(3alleg4), ustrtok_r(3alleg4), allegro_message(3alleg4), ustrncpy(3alleg4), exgui(3alleg4) Allegro version 4.4.2 ustrtok(3alleg4)
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