int strcoll (const char s1, const char s2);
strcoll returns an integer greater than, equal to, or less than
zero in direct correlation to whether string s1 is greater
than, equal to, or less than the string s2.
The comparison is
based on strings interpreted as appropriate to the program's locale
for category LC_COLLATE [see
Both strcoll and strxfrm provide for locale-specific
strcoll is intended for applications in which
the number of comparisons per string is small.
When strings are to
be compared a number of times, strxfrm is a more appropriate
utility because the transformation process occurs only once.
LC_COLLATE database for locale.
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