> >From the Unix man page:
> strcmp() and strncmp() use native character comparison...
> strcasecmp() and strncasecmp() use native character com-
> parison as above and assume the ASCII character set.
So, we may be able to use strcmp in place of strcasecmp on Windows?
That looked like a viable option from what I could tell. The man page
in Linux didn't mention that strcmp is implementation dependant. In
Linux, strcmp and strcasecmp appear to be the same.
If so, would this be reasonable?
#define strcasecmp strcmp
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Received on Wed Apr 19 14:30:52 2000