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 dbmclose(3) -- database subroutines
    These functions provide a dbm-compatible interface to the database access methods described in db(3). Each unique record in the database is a key/content pair, the components of which may be any arbit...
 dbminit(3) -- database subroutines
    These functions provide a dbm-compatible interface to the database access methods described in db(3). Each unique record in the database is a key/content pair, the components of which may be any arbit...
 dbm_clearerr(3) -- database access methods
    These functions provide a ndbm-compatible interface to the database access methods described in db(3). Each unique record in the database is a key/content pair, the components of which may be any arbi...
 dbm_close(3) -- database access methods
    These functions provide a ndbm-compatible interface to the database access methods described in db(3). Each unique record in the database is a key/content pair, the components of which may be any arbi...
 dbm_delete(3) -- database access methods
    These functions provide a ndbm-compatible interface to the database access methods described in db(3). Each unique record in the database is a key/content pair, the components of which may be any arbi...
 dbm_dirfno(3) -- database access methods
    These functions provide a ndbm-compatible interface to the database access methods described in db(3). Each unique record in the database is a key/content pair, the components of which may be any arbi...
 dbm_error(3) -- database access methods
    These functions provide a ndbm-compatible interface to the database access methods described in db(3). Each unique record in the database is a key/content pair, the components of which may be any arbi...
 dbm_fetch(3) -- database access methods
    These functions provide a ndbm-compatible interface to the database access methods described in db(3). Each unique record in the database is a key/content pair, the components of which may be any arbi...
 dbm_firstkey(3) -- database access methods
    These functions provide a ndbm-compatible interface to the database access methods described in db(3). Each unique record in the database is a key/content pair, the components of which may be any arbi...
 dbm_nextkey(3) -- database access methods
    These functions provide a ndbm-compatible interface to the database access methods described in db(3). Each unique record in the database is a key/content pair, the components of which may be any arbi...
 dbm_open(3) -- database access methods
    These functions provide a ndbm-compatible interface to the database access methods described in db(3). Each unique record in the database is a key/content pair, the components of which may be any arbi...
 dbm_pagfno(3) -- database access methods
    These functions provide a ndbm-compatible interface to the database access methods described in db(3). Each unique record in the database is a key/content pair, the components of which may be any arbi...
 dbm_store(3) -- database access methods
    These functions provide a ndbm-compatible interface to the database access methods described in db(3). Each unique record in the database is a key/content pair, the components of which may be any arbi...
 dbopen(3) -- database access methods
    The dbopen() function is the library interface to database files. The supported file formats are btree, hashed, and UNIX file oriented. The btree format is a representation of a sorted, balanced tree ...
 default_colors(3) -- use terminal's default colors
    The use_default_colors() and assume_default_colors() functions are extensions to the curses library. They are used with terminals that support ISO 6429 color, or equivalent. These terminals allow the ...
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