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              <cctype> (ctype.h)

              Character handling functions
              This header declares a set of functions to classify and transform individual characters.


              These functions take the int equivalent of one character as parameter and return an int that can either be another character or a value representing a boolean value: an int value of 0 means false, and an int value different from 0 represents true.

              There are two sets of functions:

              Character classification functions

              They check whether the character passed as parameter belongs to a certain category:

              Character conversion functions

              Two functions that convert between letter cases:

              For the first set, here is a map of how the original 127-character ASCII set is considered by each function (an x indicates that the function returns true on that character)

              ASCII valuescharactersiscntrlisblankisspaceisupperislowerisalphaisdigitisxdigitisalnumispunctisgraphisprint
              0x00 .. 0x08NUL, (other control codes) x
              0x09tab ('\t') xxx
              0x0A .. 0x0D(white-space control codes: '\f','\v','\n','\r') x x
              0x0E .. 0x1F(other control codes) x
              0x20space (' ') xx x
              0x21 .. 0x2F!"#$%&'()*+,-./ xxx
              0x30 .. 0x390123456789 xxx xx
              0x3a .. 0x40:;<=>?@ xxx
              0x41 .. 0x46ABCDEF x x xx xx
              0x47 .. 0x5AGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ x x x xx
              0x5B .. 0x60[\]^_` xxx
              0x61 .. 0x66abcdef xx xx xx
              0x67 .. 0x7Aghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz xx x xx
              0x7B .. 0x7E{|}~ xxx
              0x7F(DEL) x

              The characters in the extended character set (above 0x7F) may belong to diverse categories depending on the locale and the platform. As a general rule, ispunct, isgraph and isprint return true on these for the standard C locale on most platforms supporting extended character sets.