status.i4.v = str_strip_brackets_c(mod_string.i1a.r,
					   string.i1a.r [,length.i4.v]

	This routine strips brackets from a string enclosed by them.
	It handles "[]", "{}", "<>", and "()" bracket types.

	mod_string	returned null terminated string with the brackets
			removed (This can point to the same buffer as the
			original string.)
	mod_length	space available in the output buffer (If a value
			of zero is passed, no length check will be made.)
	string		original string
	[length]	length of original string (If a value of zero is passed
			or this argument is defaulted, the length of the
			string will be calculated.) (default is 0)
	[options]	options (not used)

	This function returns ACNET status values as follows:

	OK			success
	CLIB_TOO_SMALL		output buffer is too small

	This function requires the following include files:

	cnsparam_h, cbslib_h

	Related functions:

	str_is_bracketed_c, str_strip_parentheses_c,
	str_is_enclosed_in_parentheses_c, str_strip_quotes_c, str_is_quoted_c,
	str_find_quote_c, str_quote_string_c, str_is_alphabetic_c,
	str_is_alphanumeric_c, str_is_lower_case_c, str_is_upper_case_c,
	str_is_numeric_c, str_is_float_string_c, str_is_hex_c,
	str_is_printable_c, str_is_blank_c, str_is_white_space_c,
	str_num_nonblank_c, str_compare_nocase, str_compare_n_nocase_c,
	strncmp, strcmp, strncmx, str_find_first_c, str_get_first_c

	C/C++ usage:

	char	mod_string[32];
	static const char	string[] = "[This string is enclosed in brackets.]";
	int	status;
	int	mod_length = sizeof(mod_string) - 1;
	int	length = 0;
	unsigned int	options = 0;

	status = str_strip_brackets_c(mod_string,mod_length,string,length,