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 Section All Sections 1 - General Commands 2 - System Calls 3 - Subroutines 4 - Special Files 5 - File Formats 6 - Games 7 - Macros and Conventions 8 - Maintenance Commands 9 - Kernel Interface n - New Commands
 f90/trim(3) -- Returns the character argument with trailing blank characters removed UNICOS, UNICOS/mk, and IRIX systems f90/trimlen(3) -- Returns the length of a character argument without counting trailing blanks UNICOS, UNICOS/mk, and IRIX systems
libblas/trmm(3) -- BLAS level three Matrix Product FORTRAN 77 SYNOPSIS subroutine dtrmm( side, uplo, transa, diag, m, n, alpha, a
dtrmm, strmm, ztrmm and ctrmm perform one of the matrix-matrix operations B := alpha*op( A )*B, or B := alpha*B*op( A ) where alpha is a scalar, B is an m by n matrix, A is a unit, or non-unit, upper or lower triangular matrix and op( A ) is one of op( A ) = A or op( A ) = A' or op( A ) = conjg( A' ).
libblas/trmv(3) -- BLAS Level Two
dtrmv, strmv, ztrmv and ctrmv perform one of the matrix-vector operations x := A*x, or x := A'*x, or x := conjg( A' )*x, where x is an n element vector and A is an n by n unit, or non-unit, upper or lower triangular matrix. dtrsv, strsv, ztrsv and ctrsv solve one of the systems of equations A*x = b, or A'*x = b, or conjg( A' )*x = b, where b and x are n element vectors and A is an n by n unit, or non-unit, upper or lower triangular matrix. No test for singularity or nearsingularity is includ...
libblas/trsm(3) -- BLAS level three Solution of Systems of Equations FORTRAN 77 SYNOPSIS subroutine dtrsm( side, uplo, transa, di
dtrsm, strsm, ztrsm and ctrsm solve one of the matrix equations op( A )*X = alpha*B, or X*op( A ) = alpha*B, where alpha is a scalar, X and B are m by n matrices, A is a unit, or non-unit, upper or lower triangular matrix and op( A ) is one of op( A ) = A or op( A ) = A' or op( A ) = conjg( A' ). The matrix X is overwritten on B.
tsearch(3c) -- manage binary search trees
tsearch, tfind, tdelete, and twalk are routines for manipulating binary search trees. They are generalized from Knuth (6.2.2) Algorithms T and D. All comparisons are done with a user-supplied routine. This routine is called with two arguments, the pointers to the elements being compared. It returns an integer less than, equal to, or greater than 0, according to whether the first argument is to be considered less than, equal to or greater than the second argument. The comparison function need not...
tserialio(3) -- timestamped serial port i/o
The tserialio library provides millisecond accurate, timestamped access to a serial port. An application can measure the time at which each input byte arrived at a serial port to within plus or minus one millisecond. An application can also schedule bytes to go out a serial Page 1 TSERIALIO(3) TSERIALIO(3) port at a specified time in the future. The operating system will output each byte at the specified time with an accuracy of plus or minus one millisecond. Times are specified on the UST timel...
tsix_get_mac(3n) -- get the MAC label of incoming data
tsix_get_mac retrieves the MAC label associated with data incoming on fd, which must be associated with a socket. If tsix_get_mac is successful, that MAC label will be pointed to by lbl. The caller should call mac_free on the mac_t argument lbl, which was passed to tsix_get_mac. If _SC_IP_SECOPTS is not in effect, tsix_get_mac always returns success.
tsix_get_solabel(3n) -- get the MAC label of a socket
tsix_get_solabel retrieves the MAC label of an Internet-domain socket represented by fd. If tsix_get_solabel is successful, that MAC label will be pointed to by lbl. The caller should call mac_free on the mac_t argument lbl, which was passed to tsix_get_solabel. If _SC_IP_SECOPTS is not in effect, tsix_get_solabel always returns success.
tsix_get_uid(3n) -- get the User ID of incoming data
tsix_get_uid retrieves the User ID associated with data incoming on fd, which must be associated with a socket. If tsix_get_uid is successful, that User ID will be contained in the object pointed to by uidp. If _SC_IP_SECOPTS is not in effect, tsix_get_uid always returns success.
tsix_off(3n) -- disable trusted networking
tsix_off disables trusted operation on file descriptor fd, which must be associated with a socket. This causes the socket to be subject to normal system security policy regarding incoming data. This is the normal default for all sockets.
tsix_on(3n) -- enable trusted networking
tsix_on enables trusted operation on file descriptor fd, which must be associated with a socket. This causes the socket to ignore normal system security policy regarding incoming data.
tsix_recvfrom_mac(3n) -- receive a message and a MAC label from a socket
tsix_recvfrom_mac receives a message from a socket, additionally returning the MAC label associated with the data just received. tsix_recvfrom_mac is otherwise identical to recvfrom(2). If tsix_recvfrom_mac is successful, that MAC label will be pointed to by lbl.
tsix_sendto_mac(3n) -- send a message with a specified MAC label
tsix_sendto_mac transmits a message to another socket, temporarily overriding the default MAC label associated with that message with the MAC label pointed to by lbl. tsix_sendto_mac is otherwise identical to sendto(2).
tsix_set_mac(3n) -- set the MAC label of outgoing data
tsix_set_mac sets the MAC label of all outgoing communication on fd, which must be associated with a socket, to the MAC label pointed to by lbl.
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