_BCDASC - convert BCD string to ASCII.

(Not in the ANSI standard)




char *ascptr;
points to an area of memory big enough to hold N characters. The converted string will be written into this area.
int N;
is the number of BCD characters to be converted. This is the maximum number of characters that will be converted; trailing blanks will be trimmed.
void *bcdptr;
is a BCD pointer pointing to the BCD string that should be converted. See "expl nsc lib _bcdptr" for information on BCD pointers.


"_bcdasc" converts a BCD string to the equivalent ASCII string.

See Also:

expl nsc lib _bcdptr

expl nsc lib _ascbcd

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