int mbsinit(const mbstate_t *ps);
int mbsinit_l(const mbstate_t *ps, locale_t locale);
If the specified pointer is not
An mbstate_t object is used to describe the current conversion state from a particular character sequence to a wide character sequence (or vice-versa) under the rules of a particular setting of the LC_CTYPE locale category.
The initial conversion state corresponds, for a conversion in either direction, to the beginning of a new character sequence in the initial shift state. A zero valued mbstate_t object is at least one way to describe an initial conversion state. A zero valued mbstate_t object can be used to initiate conversion involving any character sequence, in any LC_CTYPE setting.
If an mbstate_t object is altered by any of the functions described as restartable, and is then used with a different character sequence, or in the other conversion directory, or with a different LC_CTYPE category setting than on earlier function calls, the behavior is undefined.
Points to the state variable to test.
MT-Safe, with exceptions.
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