Implementation status: to be implemented
locale_t duplocale(locale_t locobj);
The function duplicates a locale object. The locale is an explicit model and definition of a native-language environment.
locobj - the locale object to be duplicated.
duplocale() function creates a duplicate copy of the locale object locobj.
If the locobj argument is
duplocale() creates a new locale object containing a copy of the global locale determined by the
If the locobj argument is not a valid locale object handle, the behavior is undefined.
The use of the
duplocale() function is recommended when a locale object is used in multiple places, and it is possible that the lifetime of the locale object might end before all uses are finished. Another reason to duplicate a locale object is if a slightly modified form is needed.
The handle for a new locale object is returned on success, otherwise
(locale_t)0 is returned and
errno set to indicate the error.
ENOMEM] - There is not enough memory available to create the locale object or load the locale data.
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