The wcstof() functions convert the initial portion of the wide-character string pointed to by str to a float point value. The str parameter points to a sequence of characters that can be interpreted as a numeric floating-point value. These functions stop reading the string at the first character that it cannot recognize as part of a number i.e. if the first character is any of any type except numbers the function terminates there only. This character can be the wchar_t null character at the end of the string.
The standard library functons beginning with ‘wcs’ are declared in wchar.h library in C.
float wcstof (const wchar_t* str, wchar_t** endptr); Parameters : str : C wide string beginning with the representation of a floating-point number. endptr : Reference to an already allocated object of type wchar_t*, whose value is set by the function to the next character in str after the numerical value. This parameter can also be a null pointer. Return value : Floating point value corresponding to the contents of str on success. If the converted value falls out of range of corresponding return type, range error occurs and is returned.
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