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 endnetgrent(3) -- netgroup database operations
    These functions operate on the netgroup database file /etc/netgroup which is described in netgroup(5). The database defines a set of netgroups, each made up of one or more triples: (host, user, domain...
 endnetpath(3) -- get /etc/netconfig entry corresponding to NETPATH component
    The routines described in this page provide the application access to the system network configuration database, /etc/netconfig, as it is ``filtered'' by the NETPATH environment variable (see enviro...
 endprotoent(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...
 endpwent(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 { ...
 endrpcent(3) -- get RPC entry
    The getrpcent(), getrpcbyname(), and getrpcbynumber() functions each return a pointer to an object with the following structure containing the broken-out fields of a line in the rpc program number dat...
 endservent(3) -- get service entry
    The getservent(), getservbyname(), and getservbyport() functions each return a pointer to an object with the following structure containing the broken-out fields of a line in the network services data...
 endttyent(3) -- get ttys file entry
    The getttyent(), and getttynam() functions each return a pointer to an object, with the following structure, containing the broken-out fields of a line from the tty description file. struct ttyent { c...
 endusershell(3) -- get valid user shells
    The getusershell() function returns a pointer to a valid user shell as defined by the system manager in the shells database as described in shells(5). If the shells database is not available, getusers...
 endvfsent(3) -- manage virtual file system modules
    The getvfsent() function provides convenient access to a list of installed virtual file system modules managed by the kernel. It steps through the list of file systems one at a time. A null pointer is...
 endwin(3) -- curses screen initialization and manipulation routines
    initscr is normally the first curses routine to call when initializing a program. A few special routines sometimes need to be called before it; these are slk_init, filter, ripoffline, use_env. For mul...
 end_dialog(3) -- provide a simple ncurses-based GUI interface
    The dialog library attempts to provide a fairly simplistic set of fixedpresentation menus, input boxes, gauges, file requestors and other general purpose GUI (a bit of a stretch, since it uses ncurses...
 ENSURE(3) -- assertion system
    The REQUIRE(), ENSURE(), INSIST(), and INVARIANT() macros evaluate a boolean expression, and if it is false, they invoke the current assertion failure callback. The default callback will print a messa...
 ENSURE_ERR(3) -- assertion system
    The REQUIRE(), ENSURE(), INSIST(), and INVARIANT() macros evaluate a boolean expression, and if it is false, they invoke the current assertion failure callback. The default callback will print a messa...
 erand48(3) -- pseudo random number generators and initialization routines
    The rand48() family of functions generates pseudo-random numbers using a linear congruential algorithm working on integers 48 bits in size. The particular formula employed is r(n+1) = (a * r(n) + c) m...
 erase(3) -- clear all or part of a curses window
    The erase and werase routines copy blanks to every position in the window, clearing the screen. The clear and wclear routines are like erase and werase, but they also call clearok, so that the screen ...
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