Defined in header
wint_t btowc( int c );
Widens a single-byte character
c to its wide character equivalent.
Most multibyte character encodings use single-byte codes to represent the characters from the ASCII character set. This function may be used to convert such characters to wchar_t.
|c||-||single-byte character to widen|
 Return value
c is EOF
wide character representation of
c if (unsigned char)c is a valid single-byte character in the initial shift state, WEOF otherwise.
|This section is incomplete|
Reason: no example
 See also
| narrows a wide character to a single-byte narrow character, if possible |
C++ documentation for btowc