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 wsregexp(3w) -- Wide character based regular expression compile and match routines
    These functions are general purpose internationalized regular expression matching routines to be used in programs that perform regular expression matching. These functions are defined by the wsregexp.h header file. The function wsrecompile takes as input an internationalized regular expression as defined below (apart from the normal regular expressions as defined by regexp) and produces a compiled expression that ca...
 wstring(3w) -- wchar_t string operations and type transformation
    The arguments s1, s2, and s point to wchar_t strings (that is, arrays of wchar_t characters terminated by a wchar_t null character). wssize returns the number of wchar_t characters in s, not including the terminating wchar_t null character. wstok treats the wchar_t string s1 as a sequence of zero or more text tokens, separated by spans of one or more w
 xdr(3c) -- External Data Representation (XDR) library routines
    rpc(3R), IRIX Network Programming Guide. PPPPaaaaggggeeee 9999
 xdr(3n) -- library routines for external data representation
    xdr_admin(3N), xdr_complex(3N), xdr_create(3N), xdr_simple(3N), rpc(3N) PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 xdr_admin(3n) -- library routines for external data representation
    rpc(3N), xdr_complex(3N), xdr_create(3N), xdr_simple(3N) PPPPaaaaggggeeee 2222
 xdr_complex(3n) -- library routines for external data representation
    rpc(3N), xdr_admin(3N), xdr_create(3N), xdr_simple(3N) PPPPaaaaggggeeee 3333
 xdr_create(3n) -- library routines for external data representation stream creation
    fclose(3S), read(2), rpc(3N), write(2), xdr_admin(3N), xdr_complex(3N), xdr_simple(3N) PPPPaaaaggggeeee 2222
 xdr_simple(3n) -- library routines for external data representation
    
 complib/xerbla(3) -- i an error handler for the LAPACK routines
    XERBLA is an error handler for the LAPACK routines. It is called by an LAPACK routine if an input parameter has an invalid value. A message is printed and execution stops. Installers may consider modifying the STOP statement in order to call system-specific exception-handling facilities.
 standard/xfpt(3) -- multiplies a point by the current matrix in feedback mode
    x expects the x coordinate of a point. y expects the y coordinate of a point. z expects the z coordinate of a point. Used only by the 3-D and 4-D versions of the routines; 0.0 is assumed by the others. w expects the w coordinate of a point Used only by the 4-D version of the routines; 1.0 is assumed by the others.
 libelfutil/xlate_address(3) -- do address translation
    xlate_address does the address translation needed by tools such as dbx(1) and dis(1). If address_in is an address that does not exist in the translation table the identity translation is returned through the pointers and XLATE_TB_STATUS_NO_ERROR is returned by the function. The data structure xlate_block is defined to contain Elf64_Addr xe_new_address; Elf64_Xword x...
 libelfutil/xlate_expand_reg_info(3) -- expand register instructions
    These are useful for programs like elfdump(1) to show the actual contents of the register location expressions. These are otherwise very useful. The functions and the values returned throught the pointers are identical except that xlate_reg_instr2 has an extra field in the definition. The extra field, sr_instr_offset, is the byte offset in the register instruction stream of the first byte of the particular register instruction. Aside from the additional field in the structure the functions are i...
 libelfutil/xlate_finish(3) -- close translation section
    This is used to close a handle on an Elf section containing translation information. consumer_table_ptr must be a valid open handle on an xlate consumer section. This releases all memory allocated by the xlate functions for this xlate_table_con (except as documented in calls that certain things must be free(3)d explicitly by the application)....
 libelfutil/xlate_get_info(3) -- get recorded overall info
    xlate_get_info is used to get basic values from the xlate section. con_table_ptr must be a valid open translate table handle. The other arguments are pointers passed in and the pointers are used to put values from the translation table header into the pointed-to data objects. See for the header field declarations. The memory that is pointed to by the pointer is what is actually changed. Other than con_table_ptr any of the pointers passed in may be the null pointer (0). xlate_get...
 libelfutil/xlate_get_reg_rule(3) -- get register information
    This is used by debuggers to find the pixie(1) shadow registers: registers which in the original non-pixied code were used but the which are now used by pixie. The original registers are now located in memory and the information here lets an app (debugger) find the original register values. The registers referred to here are, at this time, only the integer registers. The cost of calling xlate_get_reg_rule once is approximately the same as of calling xlate_get_all_reg_rules once so it is clearly ...
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