sysarch - architecture-dependent system call
Standard C Library (libc, -lc)
sysarch(int number, void *args);
sysarch() performs the architecture-dependent function specified by
number with the arguments specified by the args pointer. args is a
pointer to a structure defining the actual arguments of the function.
Symbolic constants and argument structures for the architecture-dependent
functions can be found in the header file <machine/sysarch.h>.
The sysarch() system call should never be called directly by user programs.
Instead, they should access its functions using the architecturedependent
See the manual pages for specific architecture-dependent function calls
for information about their return values.
The sysarch() function call appeared in NetBSD 1.0.
BSD October 11, 1993 BSD
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