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 acpp(5) -- the ANSI C language preprocessor
    standard directory list for #include files, /usr/include Page 6 ACPP(5) ACPP(5)
 array_services(5) -- overview of array services
    In general, users should never have any direct interaction with the array services daemon. Instead, all interaction with the array services daemon is done through the array services library, libarray. libarray provides functions for dealing with global ASH's, describing the current array configuration, and executing array commands. There are a number of libarray functions, all of which are documented in chapter 3X man pages. Some of the libarray functions include: ASH Functions asal...
 array_sessions(5) -- introduction to array sessions
    getash(2), getspinfo(2), newarraysess(2), setash(2), setspinfo(2), extacct(5), projects(5). PPPPaaaaggggeeee 2222
 ascii(5) -- map of ASCII character set
    
 audit_filters(5) -- using filter programs with the audit facility
    audit(1M), sat_select(1M), satd(1M). IRIX Admin: Backup, Security, and Accounting PPPPaaaaggggeeee 4444
 auto_p(5) -- Automatic Parallelization
    Parallelization is the process of analyzing sequential programs for parallelism so that they may be restructured to run efficiently on multiprocessor systems. The goal is to minimize the overall computation time by distributing the computational work load among the available processors. Parallelization can be automatic or manual. During automatic parallelization, the MIPSpro Automatic Parallelization Option, hereafter called the auto-parallelizer, analyzes and structures the program with little ...
 availmon(5) -- overview of system availability monitoring facilities
    Once availmon is installed, "registration" is required before availmon reports are automatically distributed, and if desired, other options may also be configured. Registration of a system can normally be accomplished simply by enabling the flag autoemail using amconfig autoemail on. The default distribution of email reports is to send a diagnosis report to availmon@csd.sgi.com, which enters the report into the SGI Availmon Database. Further adjustments of Email distribution are described in t...
 aware(5) -- Aware(R), Inc. scalable audio compression software engines
    Aware scalable MPEG (Motion Pictures Experts Group) compression software provides advanced psychoacoustic processing for compression of high quality audio (up to 48 kHz sampling rate) in authoring, publishing, and large audio database applications. Real-time operation encodes audio while recording and provides moderate compression ratios. Non-real-time operation invokes advanced psychoacoustic modeling for high compression ratios. Encoding bit-rates range from 32 kbits/second to 448 kbits per se...
 BCsource(5) -- archive of bc and dc sources
    /usr/src/rcs/BCsource.Z Compressed cpio archive of sources for port of bc version 1.03 and dc version 1.0 to Silicon Graphics systems.
 charset(5) -- description of the standard supported character set
    
 X11/compose(5) -- International compose key input
    compose is a mechanism for inputting accented international Latin characters through an international keyboard. A US keyboard with ASCII or compose specification can also be utilized for the international key input by using xmodmap(1) to assign the Right-Alt key or dead-key. To enter a composed character (consisting of a plain character and combining accent character) or a special symbol such as "copyright" through a keyboard, the following two methods are supported: +
 X11/composetable(5) -- International compose key list
    composetable is a list of all valid key sequences that can be used with the compose mechanism as described in compose(5). The list covers code points 0xA0 through 0xFF and several additional characters of the Unicode Latin 1 code page. The valid KEYSYMNAME (key map definition name) for the xmodmap(1) command is enclosed in less-than/greater-than signs (e.g., ). Note the distinction between an accent key such as and a dead-key such as . The Character Name indicates the ...
 cpuset(5) -- overview of cpusets
    The cpuset command is used to create and destroy cpusets, to retrieve information about existing cpusets, and to attach a process and all of its children to a cpuset. The cpuset command uses a cpuset configuration file and a name (see cpuset(4) for a definition of the file format). The cpuset configuration file is used to define the CPUs that are members of the cpuset. It also contains additional parameters required to define the cpuset. A cp...
 datapipe(5) -- peer-to-peer data transfer between hardware devices.
    datapipe(3X), prio(5), prio(3X) PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 ftn/datapool(5) -- Fortran Interprocess Data Sharing
    Each datapool item, when compiled, will be turned into a separate external symbol so it can be correctly associated with the same symbol declared in other program units without being affected by its relative order in the datapool. In one blockdata subprogram, and in only one, a datapool must be defined as to its exact number of items, sizes, and relative order. This will be used as the basis for sharing the datapool with other processes wishing to access the same data. Each blockdata can contain...
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