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/* Shared with __wctomb_chk. */
mbstate_t __wctomb_state attribute_hidden;
/* Convert WCHAR into its multibyte character representation,
putting this in S and returning its length.
Attention: this function should NEVER be intentionally used.
The interface is completely stupid. The state is shared between
all conversion functions. You should use instead the restartable
version `wcrtomb'. */
wctomb (char *s, wchar_t wchar)
/* If S is NULL the function has to return null or not null
depending on the encoding having a state depending encoding or
if (s == NULL)
const struct gconv_fcts *fcts;
/* Get the conversion functions. */
fcts = get_gconv_fcts (_NL_CURRENT_DATA (LC_CTYPE));
/* This is an extension in the Unix standard which does not directly
violate ISO C. */
memset (&__wctomb_state, '\0', sizeof __wctomb_state);
return __wcrtomb (s, wchar, &__wctomb_state);