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 powf(3) -- exponential, logarithm, power functions
    The exp() function computes the exponential value of the given argument x. The expf() function is a single precision version of exp(). The expm1() function computes the value exp(x)-1 accurately even ...
 prefresh(3) -- create and display curses pads
    The newpad routine creates and returns a pointer to a new pad data structure with the given number of lines, nlines, and columns, ncols. A pad is like a window, except that it is not restricted by the...
 printf(3) -- formatted output conversion
    The printf() family of functions produce output according to the given format as described below. This format may contain ``conversion specifiers''; the results of such conversions, if any, depend o...
 printw(3) -- print formatted output in curses windows
    The printw, wprintw, mvprintw and mvwprintw routines are analogous to printf [see printf(3)]. In effect, the string that would be output by printf is output instead as though waddstr were used on the ...
 psignal(3) -- system signal messages
    The psignal() function locates the descriptive message string for the given signal number sig and writes it to the standard error. If the argument s is not NULL it is written to the standard error fil...
 pthreads(3) -- POSIX 1003.1c thread interface
    A thread is a flow of control within a process. Each thread represents a minimal amount of state; normally just the CPU state and a signal mask. All other process state (such as memory, file descripto...
 pthread_attr_destroy(3) -- initialise and destroy threads attribute object
    The function pthread_attr_init() initialises a thread attributes object attr with the default value for all of the individual attributes used by a given implementation. The resulting attribute object ...
 pthread_attr_getdetachstate(3) -- set and get detachstate attribute
    The detachstate attribute controls whether the thread is created in a detached state. If the thread is created detached, then use of the ID of the newly created thread by the pthread_detach(3) or pthr...
 pthread_attr_getstackaddr(3) -- set and get stackaddr attribute
    The functions pthread_attr_setstackaddr() and pthread_attr_getstackaddr(), respectively, set and get the thread creation stackaddr attribute in the attr object. The stackaddr attribute specifies the l...
 pthread_attr_getstacksize(3) -- set and get stacksize attribute
    The functions pthread_attr_setstacksize() and pthread_attr_getstacksize(), respectively, set and get the thread creation stacksize attribute in the attr object. The stacksize attribute defines the min...
 pthread_attr_init(3) -- initialise and destroy threads attribute object
    The function pthread_attr_init() initialises a thread attributes object attr with the default value for all of the individual attributes used by a given implementation. The resulting attribute object ...
 pthread_attr_setdetachstate(3) -- set and get detachstate attribute
    The detachstate attribute controls whether the thread is created in a detached state. If the thread is created detached, then use of the ID of the newly created thread by the pthread_detach(3) or pthr...
 pthread_attr_setstackaddr(3) -- set and get stackaddr attribute
    The functions pthread_attr_setstackaddr() and pthread_attr_getstackaddr(), respectively, set and get the thread creation stackaddr attribute in the attr object. The stackaddr attribute specifies the l...
 pthread_attr_setstacksize(3) -- set and get stacksize attribute
    The functions pthread_attr_setstacksize() and pthread_attr_getstacksize(), respectively, set and get the thread creation stacksize attribute in the attr object. The stacksize attribute defines the min...
 pthread_cancel(3) -- cancel execution of a thread
    The pthread_cancel() function requests that thread be cancelled. The target thread's cancelability state and type determines when the cancellation takes effect. When the cancellation is acted on, the...
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