MirBSD manpage: rpmatch(3)

RPMATCH(3)                 BSD Programmer's Manual                  RPMATCH(3)


     rpmatch - check user input for confirmation


     #define _SVID_SOURCE
     #include <stdlib.h>

     rpmatch(const char *response);


     The rpmatch() function is a GNU extension and should not be used in new
     code. It is only implemented in MirBSD for compatibility reasons. It ba-
     sically checks if the response string begins with "Y" or "y", returning
     1, or "N" or "n", returning 0; returning -1 otherwise.


     The rpmatch() function was first introduced to BSD in MirBSD #10.

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