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Function 
Description 
Checks if a string is ended with a specified string. 
Compares two strings without case sensitive. 
Converts the characters in the string pointed by source to all lower case in the string pointed by destination. 
Converts a number-formatted string to an integer. It returns -1, if the number formatted string is a negative string, such as "-12345". 
Converts the characters in the string pointed by source to all upper case in the string pointed by destination. 
Compares two UCS-2 strings. 
Appends the UCS-2 string pointed by source to the UCS-2 string pointed by destination. The caller should ensure the destination buffer is large enough to contain the concatenated resulting string. 
Copies the UCS-2 string pointed by source to the UCS-2 string pointed by destination. The caller should ensure that the destination buffer is large enough to contain the copied resulting string. 
Copies specified number of characters in a UCS-2 string pointed by source to the UCS-2 string pointed by destination. The caller should ensure that the destination buffer is large enough to contain the copied resulting string. This function does not insert null terminated '0' at the end of the resulting string. 
Checks if a UCS-2 string is ended with a specified UCS-2 string. 
Gets the filename from the full path, in UCS-2 encoding. 
Gets file path from full path, in UCS-2 encoding. 
A UCS-2 string safe copy operation. It copies the string pointed by source to the string pointed by destination, up to the length of the destination buffer. The extra characters will not be copied. 
output the wchar string to buffer with the format input 
Checks if the UCS-2 string starts with a specified UCS-2 string. 
Gets the length of a UCS-2 string. 
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