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Get a pointer to the internal character array used to store the characters in the String. Modifying the returned array will also modify the String itself.

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Copies the string's characters to the supplied buffer.

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string.getBytes(buf, len)

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buf: the buffer to copy the characters into (byte [])

len: the size of the buffer (unsigned int)

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a pointer to the internal character array - unsigned char *

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Get a pointer to the internal character array used to store the characters in the String.

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Get a pointer to the internal character array used to store the characters in the String. Modifying the returned array will also modify the String itself.

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String

getBytes()

Description

Get a pointer to the internal character array used to store the characters in the String.

Syntax

string.getBytes()

Parameters

string: a variable of type String

Returns

a pointer to the internal character array - unsigned char *

Example

See also

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