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 fpclassify(3) -- classify a floating-point number
    The fpclassify() macro takes an argument of x and returns one of the following manifest constants. FP_INFINITE Indicates that x is an infinite number. FP_NAN Indicates that x is not a number (NaN). FP...
 fpgetmask(3) -- IEEE floating point interface
    When a floating point exception is detected, the exception sticky flag is set and the exception mask is tested. If the mask is set, then a trap occurs. These routines allow both setting the floating p...
 fpgetprec(3) -- IEEE floating point interface
    When a floating point exception is detected, the exception sticky flag is set and the exception mask is tested. If the mask is set, then a trap occurs. These routines allow both setting the floating p...
 fpgetround(3) -- IEEE floating point interface
    When a floating point exception is detected, the exception sticky flag is set and the exception mask is tested. If the mask is set, then a trap occurs. These routines allow both setting the floating p...
 fpgetsticky(3) -- IEEE floating point interface
    When a floating point exception is detected, the exception sticky flag is set and the exception mask is tested. If the mask is set, then a trap occurs. These routines allow both setting the floating p...
 fpresetsticky(3) -- IEEE floating point interface
    When a floating point exception is detected, the exception sticky flag is set and the exception mask is tested. If the mask is set, then a trap occurs. These routines allow both setting the floating p...
 fprintf(3) -- formatted output conversion
    The printf() family of functions produces output according to a format as described below. The printf() and vprintf() functions write output to stdout, the standard output stream; fprintf() and vfprin...
 fpsetmask(3) -- IEEE floating point interface
    When a floating point exception is detected, the exception sticky flag is set and the exception mask is tested. If the mask is set, then a trap occurs. These routines allow both setting the floating p...
 fpsetprec(3) -- IEEE floating point interface
    When a floating point exception is detected, the exception sticky flag is set and the exception mask is tested. If the mask is set, then a trap occurs. These routines allow both setting the floating p...
 fpsetround(3) -- IEEE floating point interface
    When a floating point exception is detected, the exception sticky flag is set and the exception mask is tested. If the mask is set, then a trap occurs. These routines allow both setting the floating p...
 fpsetsticky(3) -- IEEE floating point interface
    When a floating point exception is detected, the exception sticky flag is set and the exception mask is tested. If the mask is set, then a trap occurs. These routines allow both setting the floating p...
 fpurge(3) -- flush a stream
    The function fflush() forces a write of all buffered data for the given output or update stream via the stream's underlying write function. The open status of the stream is unaffected. If the stream ...
 fputc(3) -- output a character or word to a stream
    The fputc() function writes the character c (converted to an ``unsigned char'') to the output stream pointed to by stream. The putc() function acts essentially identically to fputc(). The putchar() ...
 fputrune(3) -- rune support for C
    The 4.4BSD ``rune'' functions have been deprecated in favour of the ISO C99 extended multibyte and wide character facilities and should not be used in new applications. Consider using setlocale(3), ...
 fputs(3) -- output a line to a stream
    The function fputs() writes the string pointed to by str to the stream pointed to by stream. The function puts() writes the string str, and a terminating newline character, to the stream stdout.
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