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str_diffn(3)		   Library Functions Manual		  str_diffn(3)

NAME
       str_diffn - compare two ASCIIZ strings

SYNTAX
       #include	<str.h>

       int str_diffn(const char* a,const char* b,size_t	limit);

DESCRIPTION
       str_diffn  returns  negative,  0, or positive, depending	on whether the
       string a[0], a[1], ..., a[n]=='\0' is lexicographically	smaller	 than,
       equal to, or greater than the string b[0], b[1],	..., b[m-1]=='\0'.

       If  the	strings	 are different,	str_diffn does not read	bytes past the
       first difference.  The strings will be considered equal	if  the	 first
       limit characters	match.

SEE ALSO
       strlen(3)

								  str_diffn(3)

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