_ASCBCD - convert ASCII string to BCD.
(Not in the ANSI standard)
- void *bcdptr;
- is a BCD pointer as produced by "_bcdptr".
See "expl c lib _bcdptr" for details.
The area of memory indicated by "bcdptr" should be large enough to hold
the converted ASCII string.
- int N;
- is the number of ASCII characters to be converted.
If this is greater than the length of the ASCII string, the BCD string will
be padded with blanks.
- char *ascptr;
- points to the ASCII string to be converted.
"_ascbcd" converts an ASCII string to an equivalent BCD string.
expl c lib _bcdptr
expl c lib _bcdasc
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