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 request_init(3) -- tcp wrapper access control library
    The routines described in this document are part of the libwrap.a library. They implement a rule-based access control language with optional shell commands that are executed when a rule fires. request...
 request_set(3) -- tcp wrapper access control library
    The routines described in this document are part of the libwrap.a library. They implement a rule-based access control language with optional shell commands that are executed when a rule fires. request...
 resetty(3) -- low-level curses routines
    The following routines give low-level access to various curses capabilities. Theses routines typically are used inside library routines. The def_prog_mode and def_shell_mode routines save the current ...
 reset_prog_mode(3) -- low-level curses routines
    The following routines give low-level access to various curses capabilities. Theses routines typically are used inside library routines. The def_prog_mode and def_shell_mode routines save the current ...
 reset_shell_mode(3) -- low-level curses routines
    The following routines give low-level access to various curses capabilities. Theses routines typically are used inside library routines. The def_prog_mode and def_shell_mode routines save the current ...
 resizeterm(3) -- change the curses terminal size
    This is an extension to the curses library. It provides callers with a hook into the curses data to resize windows, primarily for use by programs running in an X Window terminal (e.g., xterm). The fun...
 resolver(3) -- resolver routines
    These routines are used for making, sending, and interpreting query and reply messages with Internet domain name servers. Global configuration and state information that is used by the resolver routin...
 restartterm(3) -- curses interfaces to terminfo database
    These low-level routines must be called by programs that have to deal directly with the terminfo database to handle certain terminal capabilities, such as programming function keys. For all other func...
 res_init(3) -- resolver routines
    These routines are used for making, sending, and interpreting query and reply messages with Internet domain name servers. Global configuration and state information that is used by the resolver routin...
 res_mkquery(3) -- resolver routines
    These routines are used for making, sending, and interpreting query and reply messages with Internet domain name servers. Global configuration and state information that is used by the resolver routin...
 res_query(3) -- resolver routines
    These routines are used for making, sending, and interpreting query and reply messages with Internet domain name servers. Global configuration and state information that is used by the resolver routin...
 res_search(3) -- resolver routines
    These routines are used for making, sending, and interpreting query and reply messages with Internet domain name servers. Global configuration and state information that is used by the resolver routin...
 res_send(3) -- resolver routines
    These routines are used for making, sending, and interpreting query and reply messages with Internet domain name servers. Global configuration and state information that is used by the resolver routin...
 rewind(3) -- reposition a stream
    The fseek() function sets the file position indicator for the stream pointed to by stream. The new position, measured in bytes, is obtained by adding offset bytes to the position specified by whence. ...
 rewinddir(3) -- directory operations
    The opendir() function opens the directory named by filename, associates a directory stream with it, and returns a pointer to be used to identify the directory stream in subsequent operations. A null ...
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