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 shquote(3) -- quote argument strings for use with the shell
    The shquote() and shquotev() functions copy strings and transform the copies by adding shell escape and quoting characters. They are used to encapsulate arguments to be included in command strings pas...
 shquotev(3) -- quote argument strings for use with the shell
    The shquote() and shquotev() functions copy strings and transform the copies by adding shell escape and quoting characters. They are used to encapsulate arguments to be included in command strings pas...
 sigaddset(3) -- manipulate signal sets
    These functions manipulate signal sets stored in a sigset_t. Either sigemptyset() or sigfillset() must be called for every object of type sigset_t before any other use of the object. The sigemptyset()...
 sigblock(3) -- block signals
    This interface is made obsolete by: sigprocmask(2). sigblock() adds the signals specified in mask to the set of signals currently being blocked from delivery. Signals are blocked if the corresponding ...
 sigdelset(3) -- manipulate signal sets
    These functions manipulate signal sets stored in a sigset_t. Either sigemptyset() or sigfillset() must be called for every object of type sigset_t before any other use of the object. The sigemptyset()...
 sigemptyset(3) -- manipulate signal sets
    These functions manipulate signal sets stored in a sigset_t. Either sigemptyset() or sigfillset() must be called for every object of type sigset_t before any other use of the object. The sigemptyset()...
 sigfillset(3) -- manipulate signal sets
    These functions manipulate signal sets stored in a sigset_t. Either sigemptyset() or sigfillset() must be called for every object of type sigset_t before any other use of the object. The sigemptyset()...
 siginterrupt(3) -- allow signals to interrupt system calls
    The siginterrupt() function is used to change the system call restart behavior when a system call is interrupted by the specified signal. If the flag is false (0), then system calls will be restarted ...
 sigismember(3) -- manipulate signal sets
    These functions manipulate signal sets stored in a sigset_t. Either sigemptyset() or sigfillset() must be called for every object of type sigset_t before any other use of the object. The sigemptyset()...
 siglongjmp(3) -- non-local jumps
    The sigsetjmp(), setjmp(), and _setjmp() functions save their calling environment in env. Each of these functions returns 0. The corresponding longjmp() functions restore the environment saved by thei...
 signal(3) -- simplified software signal facilities
    This signal() facility is a simplified interface to the more general sigaction(2) facility. Signals allow the manipulation of a process from outside its domain as well as allowing the process to manip...
 significand(3) -- IEEE test functions
    These functions allow users to test conformance to IEEE Std 754-1985. Their use is not otherwise recommended. logb(x) returns x's exponent n, a signed integer converted to double-precision floating-p...
 significandf(3) -- IEEE test functions
    These functions allow users to test conformance to IEEE Std 754-1985. Their use is not otherwise recommended. logb(x) returns x's exponent n, a signed integer converted to double-precision floating-p...
 sigpause(3) -- atomically release blocked signals and wait for interrupt
    This interface is made obsolete by sigsuspend(2). sigpause() assigns sigmask to the set of masked signals and then waits for a signal to arrive; on return the set of masked signals is restored. sigmas...
 sigsetjmp(3) -- non-local jumps
    The sigsetjmp(), setjmp(), and _setjmp() functions save their calling environment in env. Each of these functions returns 0. The corresponding longjmp() functions restore the environment saved by thei...
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