Category : C Source Code
Archive   : CSRC2.ZIP
Filename : INSTR.C

 
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/*
* i n s t r . c
*/

/*)LIBRARY
*/

#ifdef DOCUMENTATION

title instr Get Index of a String In a String
index Get index of a string in a string

synopsis

int
instr(s,p)
char s[]; /* Subject string */
char p[]; /* Pattern string */

description

instr(s,p) returns the index of the first occurence of *p in *s, or
-1 if p is not a substring of s. (The index is the offset to the
beginning of the occurence; for example, instr("abcd","bc")==1.)

If strlen(p) == 0, instr() returns 0.

See also after().

bugs

author

Jerry Leichter

#endif

/*
* )EDITLEVEL=13
* Edit history
* 0.0 5-May-81 JSL Invention
* 0.1 7-May-81 JSL Fix the stupid bugs
* 0.2 18-May-81 JSL Explicitly declare match()
* 0.3 23-Jun-81 JSL Conversion to new documentation conventions
* 1.0 14-Jul-82 JSL Use strchr() instead of the old index()
* 1.1 19-Jul-82 JSL Minor speedup - code scrunched
*/

#define NULL 0
#define EOS '\0'

extern char *match();

instr(s,p)
register char s[]; /* Subject */
char p[]; /* Pattern */
{ register char *ss;

if (p[0] == EOS) /* Null pattern... */
return(0); /* matches at start */

ss = s;

while ((ss = strchr(ss,p[0])) != NULL)
if (match(++ss,&p[1]) != NULL)
return(ss-1-s);
return(-1);
}


  3 Responses to “Category : C Source Code
Archive   : CSRC2.ZIP
Filename : INSTR.C

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

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