re_comp, re_exec - BSD regex functions
char *re_comp(const char *
int re_exec(const char *
re_comp() is used to compile the null-terminated regular expression pointed to by
regex. The compiled pattern occupies a static area, the pattern buffer, which is overwritten by subsequent use of re_comp(). If
regex is NULL, no operation is performed and the pattern buffer's contents are not altered.
re_exec() is used to assess whether the null-terminated string pointed to by
string matches the previously compiled
For an explanation of the terms used in this section, see attributes(7).
|re_comp(), re_exec()||Thread safety||MT-Unsafe|
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