Defined in rt_locale.h,
_findlocale() searches a set of contiguous locale data blocks for the requested locale, and returns a pointer to that locale.
This function is not part of the C library standard, but the Arm® C library supports it as an extension.
void const *_findlocale(
void const *
const char *
is a pointer to a set of locale data blocks that are contiguous in memory and that end with a terminating value (set by the
is the name of the locale to find.
You can use
_findlocale() as an optional
helper function when defining your own locale setup.
_get_lc_ctype(), are expected
to return a pointer to a locale definition created using the assembler
macros. If you only want to write one locale definition, you can
write an implementation of
always returns the same pointer. However, if you want to use different
locale definitions at runtime, then the
have to be able to return a different data block depending on the
name passed to them as an argument.
an easy way to do this.
Returns a pointer to the requested data block.