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 libelfutil/xlate_init_fd(3) -- open translation section
    These are used to get (open) a handle on an Elf section containing translation information. The handle allows one to call any of the consumer functions. it is unspecified which xlate_init_fd takes as arguments: fd is an IRIX file-descriptor which must be open(2) for reading on an Elf object file. open_debug_table indicates which translation section to open. If XLATE_OPEN_STD_TABLE (0), then the first section with sh_type SHT_MIPS_XLATE is opened. If XLATE_OPEN_STD_TABLE (1), then the first secti...
 libelfutil/xlate_pro_add_info(3) -- set recorded overall info
    xlate_pro_add_info is used to set values into the xlate data stream. pro_table_ptr must be a valid open producer translate table handle. These values cannot be calculated by the library but must be supplied by the application. If xlate_pro_add_info is not called, 0 will be used as a default value for the corresponding fields of the xlate header in the created byte stream. data_moved Pass in the number of bytes the data section was moved (normally only pixie(1) moves data sections). The value is ...
 libelfutil/xlate_pro_add_range(3) -- add a translation range
    xlate_pro_add_range is used to put the translation ranges into the xlate data stream. pro_table_ptr must be a valid open producer translate table handle. new_address The low address in a range of text instructions in the output (post-transformation) text. new_range The number of bytes in the range. All byte counts must be a multiple of 4. old_address The low address in a range of text instructions in the input (pre-transformation) text. old_range The number of bytes in the range. All byte counts...
 libelfutil/xlate_pro_add_reg_info(3) -- add register change information
    xlate_pro_add_reg_info is used to put register information into the xlate data stream. The register information normally specifies how a debugger or other tool can get to registers which have been copied into shadow register locations so a transforming tool (pixie(1) normally) can use the registers for its own purposes. pro_table_ptr must be a valid open producer translate table handle. op Pass in an frame operation code in the set allowed. An example is DW_CFA_offset_extended. Makes no differen...
 libelfutil/xlate_pro_disk_header(3) -- get translation byte stream block count
    This function gets the total size and the number-of-blocks of either the standard or debug stream of data. Following this one calls xlate_pro_disk_block number-of-blocks times to get pointers the blocks of actual data bytes of the byte stream. The library does not write anything to disk. It is up to the application calling the library to write the information to disk (or to do whatever else is appropriate with the byte stream). xlate_pro_disk_header gets the size of the net translation table dat...
 libelfutil/xlate_pro_disk_next_block(3) -- get translation byte stream pointers
    This function gets pointers to the blocks making up the stream of data. The xlate functions do not write the stream to disk. Typically the transformation-tool will use libelf to write the bytes to disk. xlate_pro_disk_next_block gets the contents and size of the next block thru the pointer arguments. pro_table_ptr must be a valid open producer translate table handle and xlate_pro_disk_header must have been called to create the byte stream and count the number of blocks.. It is essential that if ...
 libelfutil/xlate_pro_finish(3) -- close translation handle
    This is used to close a handle on translation information data. producer_table_ptr must be a valid open xlate producer handle. This releases all memory allocated by xlate routines for this xlate_table_con (except as documented in xlate calls that certain things must be free(3)d explicitly by the application).
 libelfutil/xlate_pro_init(3) -- open translation section creator
    These are used to get (open) a handle which assists in producing a translation table section. The functions available do not themselves write anything to disk. Instead they create a byte stream which the calling application can write to an Elf file as appropriate. The handle allows one to call any of the producer functions. xlate_pro_init takes as arguments: returned_table_pointer is a pointer to a producer table handle. If the call to xlate_pro_init is successful, the handle pointed to is set a...
 Vk/Xpm(3) -- X Pixmap library
    
 ifl/XTIFFClose(3) -- close an extended TIFF file
    The XTIFFClose() function closes a previously opened extended TIFF file. This function should be called instead of TIFFClose() to close a TIFF object opened with XTIFFOpen() or XTIFFFdOpen().
 ifl/XTIFFOpen(3) -- open an extended TIFF file for reading or writing
    The XTIFFOpen() and XTIFFFdOpen() open a given TIFF file. For XTIFFOpen(), the file to open is given by filename. Like XTIFFOpen(), XTIFFdOpen() requires the name of the underlying file in filename, but assumes that the file has already been opened by the caller. The descriptor for this opened file is given by fd. The file can be opened for reading, writing or appending as given by mode values of 'r', 'w' or 'a' respectively. The XTIFFOpen() and XTIFFFdOpen() functions differ from their TI...
 ypclnt(3c) -- NIS client interface
    This package of functions provides an interface to the network information service (NIS) lookup service. The package can be loaded from the library, /usr/lib/libc.so.1. Refer to ypfiles(4) and ypserv(1M) for an overview of the NIS, including the definitions of map and domain , and a description of the various servers, databases, and commands that comprise the NIS. All input parameters names begin with in. Output parameters begin with out. Output parameters of type char ** should be addresses of ...
 yppasswd(3) -- update user password in NIS database
    If oldpass is indeed the old user password, this routine replaces the password entry with newpw. It returns 0 if successful.
 yp_update(3c) -- changes NIS information
    yp_update() is used to make changes to the NIS database. The syntax is the same as that of yp_match() except for the extra parameter ypop which may take on one of four values. If it is YPOP_CHANGE, then the data associated with the key will be changed to the new value. If the key is not found in the database, then yp_update() will return YPERR_KEY. If ypop has the value YPOP_INSERT, then the key-value pair will be inserted into the database. The error YPERR_KEY is returned if the key already exi...
 complib/zbdsqr(3) -- compute the singular value decomposition (SVD) of a real N-by-N (upper or lower) bidiagonal matrix B
    ZBDSQR computes the singular value decomposition (SVD) of a real N-by-N (upper or lower) bidiagonal matrix B: B = Q * S * P' (P' denotes the transpose of P), where S is a diagonal matrix with non-negative diagonal elements (the singular values of B), and Q and P are orthogonal matrices. The routine computes S, and optionally computes U * Q, P' * VT, or Q' * C, for given complex input matrices U, VT, and C. See "Computing Small Singular Values of Bidiagonal Matrices With Guaranteed High Rela...
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