DTsbtoa - convert six-bit country and owner codes to ASCII string
void DTsbtoa(char* s, const unchar *sb, int count);
s A pointer to a string to store the converted value. The string
pointed at by s must be at least count bytes long not counting
the terminating null.
sb A pointer to an array of six-bit coded characters.
count The number of six-bit characters in the sb array.
DTsbtoa returns the number of characters converted.
DTsbtoa converts an array of bytes containing letters and numbers encoded
according to the six-bit format used by the International Standard
Recording Code (ISO 3901) [see cdframe (4) for the six-bit code] into the
corresponding ASCII string. DTsbtoa appends a terminating null to the
end of the string.
DTintro(3dm), DTtimetoa(3dm), datframe(4)
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