4.14.2. strtoll()

The strtoll() function converts a string in an arbitrary base to an integer, similar to the ANSI function strtol(), but returning a long long result. Like strtol(), the parameter endptr can point to a location in which to store a pointer to the end of the translated string, or can be NULL. The parameter base must contain the number base. Setting base to zero indicates that the base is to be selected in the same way as atoll().

Syntax

longlong strtoll(const char *nptr, char **endptr, int base);

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