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SQLITE3_STR_NEW(3)         Library Functions Manual         SQLITE3_STR_NEW(3)

     sqlite3_str_new - Create A New Dynamic String Object

     sqlite3_str *

     The sqlite3_str_new(D) interface allocates and initializes a new
     sqlite3_str object.  To avoid memory leaks, the object returned by
     sqlite3_str_new() must be freed by a subsequent call to

     The sqlite3_str_new(D) interface always returns a pointer to a valid
     sqlite3_str object, though in the event of an out-of-memory error the
     returned object might be a special singleton that will silently reject
     new text, always return SQLITE_NOMEM from sqlite3_str_errcode(), always
     return 0 for sqlite3_str_length(), and always return NULL from
     sqlite3_str_finish(X).  It is always safe to use the value returned by
     sqlite3_str_new(D) as the sqlite3_str parameter to any of the other
     sqlite3_str methods.

     The D parameter to sqlite3_str_new(D) may be NULL.  If the D parameter in
     sqlite3_str_new(D) is not NULL, then the maximum length of the string
     contained in the sqlite3_str object will be the value set for
     sqlite3_limit(D,SQLITE_LIMIT_LENGTH) instead of SQLITE_MAX_LENGTH.

     sqlite3_limit(3), sqlite3_str(3), sqlite3_str_errcode(3),
     sqlite3_str_new(3), SQLITE_LIMIT_LENGTH(3)

NetBSD 9.99                    December 19, 2018                   NetBSD 9.99