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 ERR_print_errors_fp(3) -- print error messages
    ERR_print_errors() is a convenience function that prints the error strings for all errors that OpenSSL has recorded to bp, thus emptying the error queue. ERR_print_errors_fp() is the same, except that...
 ERR_put_error(3) -- record an error
    ERR_put_error() adds an error code to the thread's error queue. It signals that the error of reason code reason occurred in function func of library lib, in line number line of file. This function is...
 ERR_reason_error_string(3) -- obtain human-readable error message
    ERR_error_string() generates a human-readable string representing the error code e, and places it at buf. buf must be at least 120 bytes long. If buf is NULL, the error string is placed in a static bu...
 ERR_remove_state(3) -- free a thread's error queue
    ERR_remove_state() frees the error queue associated with thread pid. If pid == 0, the current thread will have its error queue removed. Since error queue data structures are allocated automatically fo...
 etext(3) -- end boundaries of image segments
    The global variables end, etext, and edata correspond to the next address following the end of the text segment, the end of initialized data segment, and the end of the data segment (BSS).
 ethers(3) -- get ethers entry
    Ethernet addresses are represented by the following structure: struct ether_addr { u_int8_t ether_addr_octet[6]; }; The ether_ntoa() function converts this structure into an ASCII string of the form `...
 ether_addr(3) -- get ethers entry
    Ethernet addresses are represented by the following structure: struct ether_addr { u_int8_t ether_addr_octet[6]; }; The ether_ntoa() function converts this structure into an ASCII string of the form `...
 ether_aton(3) -- get ethers entry
    Ethernet addresses are represented by the following structure: struct ether_addr { u_int8_t ether_addr_octet[6]; }; The ether_ntoa() function converts this structure into an ASCII string of the form `...
 ether_hostton(3) -- get ethers entry
    Ethernet addresses are represented by the following structure: struct ether_addr { u_int8_t ether_addr_octet[6]; }; The ether_ntoa() function converts this structure into an ASCII string of the form `...
 ether_line(3) -- get ethers entry
    Ethernet addresses are represented by the following structure: struct ether_addr { u_int8_t ether_addr_octet[6]; }; The ether_ntoa() function converts this structure into an ASCII string of the form `...
 ether_ntoa(3) -- get ethers entry
    Ethernet addresses are represented by the following structure: struct ether_addr { u_int8_t ether_addr_octet[6]; }; The ether_ntoa() function converts this structure into an ASCII string of the form `...
 ether_ntohost(3) -- get ethers entry
    Ethernet addresses are represented by the following structure: struct ether_addr { u_int8_t ether_addr_octet[6]; }; The ether_ntoa() function converts this structure into an ASCII string of the form `...
 etob(3) -- S/Key library functions
    These functions implement the S/Key one time password authentication mechanism. The atob8() function converts the 16-byte hex string in to an 8-byte binary array stored in out. The atob8() function re...
 evbuffer_add(3) -- execute a function when a specific event occurs
    The event API provides a mechanism to execute a function when a specific event on a file descriptor occurs or after a given time has passed. The event API needs to be initialized with event_init() bef...
 evbuffer_add_buffer(3) -- execute a function when a specific event occurs
    The event API provides a mechanism to execute a function when a specific event on a file descriptor occurs or after a given time has passed. The event API needs to be initialized with event_init() bef...
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