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SQLITE3_STR_ERRCODE(3)     Library Functions Manual     SQLITE3_STR_ERRCODE(3)

     sqlite3_str_errcode, sqlite3_str_length, sqlite3_str_value - Status Of A
     Dynamic String



     char *

     These interfaces return the current status of an sqlite3_str object.

     If any prior errors have occurred while constructing the dynamic string
     in sqlite3_str X, then the sqlite3_str_errcode(X) method will return an
     appropriate error code.  The sqlite3_str_errcode(X) method returns
     SQLITE_NOMEM following any out-of-memory error, or SQLITE_TOOBIG if the
     size of the dynamic string exceeds SQLITE_MAX_LENGTH, or SQLITE_OK if
     there have been no errors.

     The sqlite3_str_length(X) method returns the current length, in bytes, of
     the dynamic string under construction in sqlite3_str object X.  The
     length returned by sqlite3_str_length(X) does not include the zero-
     termination byte.

     The sqlite3_str_value(X) method returns a pointer to the current content
     of the dynamic string under construction in X.  The value returned by
     sqlite3_str_value(X) is managed by the sqlite3_str object X and might be
     freed or altered by any subsequent method on the same sqlite3_str object.
     Applications must not used the pointer returned sqlite3_str_value(X)
     after any subsequent method call on the same object.  Applications may
     change the content of the string returned by sqlite3_str_value(X) as long
     as they do not write into any bytes outside the range of 0 to
     sqlite3_str_length(X) and do not read or write any byte after any
     subsequent sqlite3_str method call.

     sqlite3_str(3), SQLITE_OK(3)

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