putwc, putwchar, fputwc - put wchar_t character on a stream
int putwc(wchar_t c<b>, FILE *stream<b>);
int putwchar(wchar_t c<b>);
int fputwc(wchar_t c<b>, FILE *stream<b>);
DESCRIPTION (International Functions) [Toc] [Back]
putwc transforms the wchar_t character c into EUC, and writes it to the
output stream (at the position where the file pointer, if defined, is
pointing). The putwchar(c) is defined as putwc(c, stdout). putwc and
putwchar are macros.
fputwc behaves like putwc, but is a function rather than a macro.
fclose(3S), ferror(3S), fopen(3S), fread(3S), printf(3S), setbuf(3S),
stdio(3S), putws(3S), widec(3S).
On success, these functions return the value they have written. On
failure, they return the constant EOF.
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