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 finitef(3) -- functions for IEEE arithmetic
    These functions are required or recommended by IEEE Std 754-1985. copysign() and copysignf() return x with its sign changed to y's. finite() and finitef() return the value 1 just when -infinity < x <...
 flash(3) -- curses bell and screen flash routines
    The beep and flash routines are used to alert the terminal user. The routine beep sounds an audible alarm on the terminal, if possible; otherwise it flashes the screen (visible bell). The routine flas...
 flockfile(3) -- stdio locking functions
    These functions provide explicit application-level locking of stdio streams. They can be used to avoid output from multiple threads being interspersed, input being dispersed among multiple readers, an...
 floor(3) -- largest integral value less than or equal to x
    The floor() and the floorf() functions return the largest integral value less than or equal to x, expressed as a floating-point number.
 floorf(3) -- largest integral value less than or equal to x
    The floor() and the floorf() functions return the largest integral value less than or equal to x, expressed as a floating-point number.
 flushinp(3) -- miscellaneous curses utility routines
    The unctrl routine returns a character string which is a printable representation of the character c, ignoring attributes. Control characters are displayed in the ^X notation. Printing characters are ...
 fmod(3) -- floating-point remainder functions
    The fmod() and the fmodf() functions compute the floating-point remainder of x/ y.
 fmodf(3) -- floating-point remainder functions
    The fmod() and the fmodf() functions compute the floating-point remainder of x/ y.
 fmtcheck(3) -- sanitizes user-supplied printf(3)-style format string
    The fmtcheck() scans fmt_suspect and fmt_default to determine if fmt_suspect will consume the same argument types as fmt_default and to ensure that fmt_suspect is a valid format string. The printf(3) ...
 fmtmsg(3) -- display a detailed diagnostic message
    The fmtmsg() function displays a detailed diagnostic message, based on the supplied arguments, to stderr and/or the system console. The classification argument is the bitwise inclusive OR of zero or o...
 fnmatch(3) -- test whether a filename or pathname matches a shell-style pattern
    The fnmatch() function matches patterns according to the rules used by the shell. It checks the string specified by the string argument to see if it matches the pattern specified by the pattern argume...
 fopen(3) -- stream open functions
    The fopen() function opens the file whose name is the string pointed to by path and associates a stream with it. The argument mode points to a string beginning with one of the following sequences (Add...
 forkpty(3) -- auxiliary functions to obtain a pseudo-terminal
    The function openpty() attempts to obtain the next available pseudo-terminal from the system (see pty(4)). If it successfully finds one, it subsequently tries to change the ownership of the slave devi...
 form(3) -- curses extension for programming forms
    The form library provides terminal-independent facilities for composing form screens on character-cell terminals. The library includes: field routines, which create and modify form fields; and form ro...
 form_cursor(3) -- position a form window cursor
    The function pos_form_cursor restores the cursor to the position required for the forms driver to continue processing requests. This is useful after curses routines have been called to do screen-paint...
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