Arguments: string &key null-terminate
This function is obsolete. Users are encouraged to use string-to-octets instead. The equivalance is:
(string-to-octets string :null-terminate null-terminate :external-format :euc)
See also with-native-string.
This function creates a Lisp
(unsigned-byte 8 (*))
array containing the EUC character translations for the characters in
string. If the value of the :null-terminate
keyword argument is t (the default), then a null character is
placed at the end of the result
array. (When passed to C, of course, the Lisp array
looks like a C string containing EUC characters.)
See iacl.htm for information on character sets in Allegro CL.
The documentation is described in introduction.htm and the index is in index.htm.
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