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ustrtol(3)			Allegro	manual			    ustrtol(3)

NAME
       ustrtol	-  Converts a string into an integer. Allegro game programming
       library.

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<allegro.h>

       long ustrtol(const char *s, char	**endp,	int base);

DESCRIPTION
       This function converts the initial part of `s'  to  a  signed  integer,
       setting	`*endp'	 to  point to the first	unused character, if `endp' is
       not a NULL pointer. The `base' argument indicates what base the	digits
       (or  letters)  should be	treated	as. If `base' is zero, the base	is de-
       termined	by looking for `0x', `0X', or `0' as the  first	 part  of  the
       string, and sets	the base used to 16, 16, or 8 if it finds one. The de-
       fault base is 10	if none	of those prefixes are found. Example:

	  char *endp, *string =	"456.203 askdfg";
	  int number = ustrtol(string, &endp, 10);

RETURN VALUE
       Returns the string converted as a value of type `long int'. If  nothing
       was  converted,	returns	zero with `*endp' pointing to the beginning of
       `s'.

SEE ALSO
       uconvert(3), ustrtod(3),	uatof(3)

Allegro				 version 4.4.2			    ustrtol(3)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | RETURN VALUE | SEE ALSO

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