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 getobjformat(3) -- get preferred object file format
    The getobjformat() function queries several sources to determine the preferred object file format, and copies its name into a buffer provided by the caller. The object file format is determined as fol...
 getopt(3) -- get option character from command line argument list
    The getopt() function incrementally parses a command line argument list argv and returns the next known option character. An option character is known if it has been specified in the string of accepte...
 getopt_long(3) -- get long options from command line argument list
    The getopt_long() function is similar to getopt(3) but it accepts options in two forms: words and characters. The getopt_long() function provides a superset of the functionality of getopt(3). The geto...
 getosreldate(3) -- get the value of __FreeBSD_version
    The getosreldate() function returns an integer showing the version of the currently running FreeBSD kernel. Definitions of the values can be found in The Porter's Handbook which is usually installed ...
 getpagesize(3) -- get system page size
    The getpagesize() function returns the number of bytes in a page. Page granularity is the granularity of many of the memory management calls. The page size is a system page size and may not be the sam...
 getparyx(3) -- get curses cursor and window coordinates
    The getyx macro places the current cursor position of the given window in the two integer variables y and x. If win is a subwindow, the getparyx macro places the beginning coordinates of the subwindow...
 getpass(3) -- get a password
    The getpass() function displays a prompt to, and reads in a password from, /dev/tty. If this file is not accessible, getpass() displays the prompt on the standard error output and reads from the stand...
 getpeereid(3) -- get the effective credentials of a UNIX-domain peer
    The getpeereid() function returns the effective user and group IDs of the peer connected to a UNIX-domain socket. The argument s must be a UNIX-domain socket (unix(4)) of type SOCK_STREAM on which eit...
 getprogname(3) -- get or set the program name
    The getprogname() and setprogname() functions manipulate the name of the current program. They are used by error-reporting routines to produce consistent output. The getprogname() function returns the...
 getprotobyname(3) -- get protocol entry
    The getprotoent(), getprotobyname(), and getprotobynumber() functions each return a pointer to an object with the following structure containing the broken-out fields of a line in the network protocol...
 getprotobynumber(3) -- get protocol entry
    The getprotoent(), getprotobyname(), and getprotobynumber() functions each return a pointer to an object with the following structure containing the broken-out fields of a line in the network protocol...
 getprotoent(3) -- get protocol entry
    The getprotoent(), getprotobyname(), and getprotobynumber() functions each return a pointer to an object with the following structure containing the broken-out fields of a line in the network protocol...
 getpw(3) -- get name from uid
    The getpw() function is made obsolete by getpwuid(3). The getpw() function reads the file /etc/passwd, and if it finds the specified uid, copies the password entry line into the string pointed to by b...
 getpwent(3) -- password database operations
    These functions operate on the password database file which is described in passwd(5). Each entry in the database is defined by the structure passwd found in the include file : struct passwd { ...
 getpwent_r(3) -- password database operations
    These functions operate on the password database file which is described in passwd(5). Each entry in the database is defined by the structure passwd found in the include file : struct passwd { ...
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