The wcstod() function converts the wide string as a double. This function interprets the contents of a wide string as a floating point number. If endString is not a null pointer, the function also sets the value of endString to point to the first character after the number.
double wcstod( const wchar_t* str, wchar_t** str_end )
Parameters: The function accepts two mandatory parameters which are described below:
- string: specifies the string which begins with the representation of a floating-point number
- endString: specifies the pointer to a wide character
Return value: The function returns two value as below:
- On success, the function returns the converted floating point number as a value of type double.
- If no valid conversion could be performed, it returns 0.0 .
- If the correct value is out of the range of representable values for the type, a positive or negative HUGE_VAL is returned, and errno is set to ERANGE.
- If the correct value would cause underflow, the function returns a value whose magnitude is no greater than the smallest normalized positive number (some library implementations may also set errno to ERANGE in this case).
Below programs illustrate the above function:
Program 1 :
String -> 95.6Geek Double value -> 95.6 End String is : Geek
Program 2 :
String -> 10.6464 Double value -> 10.6464 End String is :
Program 3 :
String -> 99.999Geek Double value -> 99.999 End String is : Geek
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