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       #include <ixp.h>

       void ixp_pstrings(IxpMsg *msg, uint16_t *num, char *strings[], uint max);


       Packs  or  unpacks  an  array  of  UTF-8  encoded  strings.  The packed
       representation consists of a 16-bit element count followed by an  array
       of  strings as packed by ixp_pstring(3). The unpacked representation is
       an array of nul-terminated character arrays.

       If msg->mode is MsgPack, *num  strings  in  the  array  pointed  to  by
       strings  are  packed  into  the  buffer  at  msg->pos.  If msg->mode is
       MsgUnpack, *num is loaded with the  number  of  strings  unpacked,  the
       array  at *strings is loaded with pointers to the unpacked strings, and
       (*strings)[0] must be freed by the user. In either  case,  msg->pos  is
       advanced  by  the  number of bytes read or written. If the action would
       advance msg->pos beyond msg->end, msg->pos is still  advanced,  but  no
       other  action  is  taken.  If *num is greater than max, msg->pos is set
       beyond msg->end and no other action is taken.


       IxpMsg, ixp_pstring, ixp_pdata

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