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std::wmemcpy

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< cpp‎ | string‎ | wide

 
 
Stringhe libreria
Null-stringhe terminate
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Null-terminated strings
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Byte stringhe
Multibyte stringhe
Stringhe larghe
Classi
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Classes
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basic_string
char_traits
 
Stringhe larghe null-terminated
Funzioni
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Functions
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Carattere manipolazione
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Character manipulation
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Le conversioni in formati numerici
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Conversions to numeric formats
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Della gestione delle stringhe
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String manipulation
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Matrice manipolazione
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Array manipulation
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wmemcpy
wmemmove
wmemcmp
wmemchr
wmemset
 
Defined in header <cwchar>
wchar_t* wmemcpy( wchar_t* dest, const wchar_t* src, std::size_t count );
Copie count caratteri larghi dall'oggetto puntato da src all'oggetto puntato da dest. Se gli oggetti si sovrappongono, il comportamento è indefinito. Se gli oggetti non sono banalmente copiabile (scalari, array, C-compatibili con le strutture), il comportamento è indefinito.
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Copies count wide characters from the object pointed to by src to the object pointed to by dest. If the objects overlap, the behavior is undefined. If the objects are not trivially copyable (scalars, arrays, C-compatible structs), the behavior is undefined.
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dest -
puntatore alla locazione di memoria in cui copiare
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pointer to the memory location to copy to
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src -
puntatore alla locazione di memoria da cui copiare
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pointer to the memory location to copy from
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count -
numero di byte da copiare
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number of bytes to copy
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dest

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copia un certo numero di caratteri estesi tra due, forse si sovrappongono, gli array
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copies a certain amount of wide characters between two, possibly overlapping, arrays
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(funzione) [edit]
copia un intervallo di elementi in una nuova posizione
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copies a range of elements to a new location
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(funzione di modello) [edit]
una serie di elementi in ordine inverso
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copies a range of elements in backwards order
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(funzione di modello) [edit]
checks if a type is trivially copyable
(classe template) [edit]
C documentation for wmemcpy