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Split string in list of null-terminated strings


Source position: systemh.inc line 1558

function StringToPPChar(

  var S: AnsiString;

  ReserveEntries: Integer


function StringToPPChar(

  S: PChar;

  ReserveEntries: Integer



StringToPPChar splits the string S in words, replacing any whitespace with zero characters. It returns a pointer to an array of pchars that point to the first letters of the words in S. This array is terminated by a Nil pointer.

The function does not add a zero character to the end of the string unless it ends on whitespace.

The function reserves memory on the heap to store the array of PChar; The caller is responsible for freeing this memory.

This function is only available on certain platforms.



See also



Concert an array of string to an array of null-terminated strings

Documentation generated on: May 14 2021