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 Tcl/calldel(3) -- Arrange for callback when interpreter is deleted
    Tcl_Interp *interp (in) Interpreter with which to associated callback. Tcl_InterpDeleteProc *proc (in) Procedure to call when interp is deleted. ClientData clientData (in) Arbitrary one-word value to pass to proc.
 standard/callfunc(3) -- calls a function from within an object
    fctn expects a pointer to a function. nargs expects the number of arguments, excluding itself, that the function pointed to by fctn is to be called with. arg1, arg2, ..., argn expect the arguments to the function pointed to by fctn.
 standard/callobj(3) -- draws an instance of an object
    obj expects the object identifier of the object that you want to draw.
 Tk/canvas(3) -- Create and manipulate canvas widgets
    background highlightThickness insertWidthtakeFocus | borderWidth insertBackground reliefxScrollCommand | cursor insertBorderWidth selectBackgroundyScrollCommand | highlightColor insertOffTime selectBorderWidth | highlightBackground insertOnTime selectForeground See the ``options'' manual entry for details on the standard options. WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS Name: closeEnough Class: CloseEnough Command-Line Switch:-closeenough Specifies a floating-point value indicating how close the mouse cursor m...
 Tk/canvpsy(3) -- utility procedures for generating Postscript for canvases
    Tk_Canvas canvas (in) A token that identifies a canvas widget for which Postscript is being generated. double canvasY (in) Y-coordinate in the space of the canvas. Tcl_Interp *interp (in/out) A Tcl interpreter; Postscript is appended to its result, or the result may be replaced with an error message. Pixmap bitmap (in) Bitmap to use for generating Postscript. int x (in) X-coordinate within bitmap of left edge of region to output. int y (in) Y-coordinate within bitmap of top edge of region to out...
 Tk/canvtkwin(3) -- utility procedures for canvas type managers
    Tk_Canvas canvas (in) A token that identifies a canvas widget. Tcl_Interp *interp (in/out) Interpreter to use for error reporting. char *string (in) Textual description of a canvas coordinate. double *doublePtr (out) Points to place to store a converted coordinate. double x (in) An x coordinate in the space of the canvas. double y (in) A y coordinate in the space of the canvas. short *drawableXPtr (out) Pointer to a location in which to store an x coordinate in the space of the drawable currentl...
 Tk/canvtxtinfo(3) -- additional information for managing text items in canvases
    Tk_Canvas canvas (in) A token that identifies a particular canvas widget.
 cap_acquire(3c) -- make permitted set capabilities effective or remove effective capabilities
    cap_acquire activates the capabilities from the permitted set of the process by making each of them active in the effective set for the process. cap_surrender sets the effective set to the capabilities specified in the cap argument, and deallocates this structure.
 cap_bind(3n) -- bind a privileged name to a socket
    cap_bind asserts appropriate privilege when assigning a name to a socket. This is necessary when a process wishes to bind an Internet Domain socket to a port whose numeric value is less than 1024, for example. If _POSIX_CAP is in effect, a process calling this function should have CAP_PRIV_PORT capability in the permitted vector of its capability set.
 cap_clear(3c) -- clear the fields of a capability
    Clears the effective, permitted and inherited capabilities of the capability structure pointed to by cap.
 cap_copy_ext(3c) -- copy capability from system to user space or from user to system space
    cap_copy_ext copies the capability from *cap to *bufp, if the arguments are valid. cap_copy_int allocates a cap_t and copies the cap_t pointed to by *bufp into it, if the arguments are valid. The storage should be freed by calling cap_free(3c) when no longer needed. In the POSIX specifications, the internal form of an capability may be different from the external form, hence the need for these functions. In IRIX, both forms are the same....
 cap_dup(3c) -- make a copy of a capability
    Returns a pointer to an allocated capability that is a copy of the capability supplied as an argument. The returned capability should be deallocated using cap_free(3c) when no longer needed.
 cap_envl(3c) -- ensure sufficient process privilege
    cap_envl and cap_envp ensure that the calling process will have sufficient privilege to perform actions requiring the specified capabilities. If the desired and current capability sets are different and if the desired capability set can be obtained because the process has the CAP_SETPCAP capability, then the capabilities in the desired will be acquired. cap_envl accepts a variable argument list of capability values, terminated by an argument of 0 (or CAP_NOT_A_CID). cap_envp accepts a counted ar...
 cap_free(3c) -- free allocated capability
    Free memory allocated by Capabilities interface calls. This routine is present for POSIX compliance, it is simply a wrapper for free(3c).
 cap_from_text(3c) -- convert a POSIX capabilities string to internal form, convert capabilities to a POSIX capabilities string, or
    These routines convert strings defined by the POSIX P1003.1e specifications (see chcap(1) capabilities(4)) to/from cap_t, which is the internal format for an capability set (see capability(4)).
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