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 ResolveNamedProc(5) -- Allows an Atom tool's instrumentation routine to resolve procedure names and call targets
    Atom's application resolver routines allow an Atom tool's instrumentation routine to find a procedure by name and to find a target procedure for a call site. You can use these routines only from an ...
 ResolveObjNamedProc(5) -- Allows an Atom tool's instrumentation routine to resolve procedure names and call targets
    Atom's application resolver routines allow an Atom tool's instrumentation routine to find a procedure by name and to find a target procedure for a call site. You can use these routines only from an ...
 ResolveTargetProc(5) -- Allows an Atom tool's instrumentation routine to resolve procedure names and call targets
    Atom's application resolver routines allow an Atom tool's instrumentation routine to find a procedure by name and to find a target procedure for a call site. You can use these routines only from an ...
 rmic(5) -- The Java Development Kit tools
    This reference page describes the java command only. The Java Development Kit (JDK) is part of the Java Virtual Machine (VM). If the JDK documentation was installed on your Tru64 UNIX system, you can ...
 rmiregistry(5) -- The Java Development Kit tools
    This reference page describes the java command only. The Java Development Kit (JDK) is part of the Java Virtual Machine (VM). If the JDK documentation was installed on your Tru64 UNIX system, you can ...
 rpc(5) -- rpc program number database
    The rpc file contains user readable names that can be used in place of rpc program numbers. Each line has the following information: name of server for the rpc program rpc program number aliases Items...
 rsml(5) -- rsml and sml macro packages that support RSMLcoded reference pages
    Reference pages that originate from the Open Software Foundation (OSF) and those created for Tru64 UNIX are coded using RSML (Reference Semantic Markup Language). This markup is implemented through a ...
 russian(5) -- Introduction to Russian language support
    This reference page describes the coded character set (codeset), locale, device, and other kinds of support for the Russian language. Codesets    [Toc]    [Back] The operating system supports the foll...
 Russian(5) -- Introduction to Russian language support
    This reference page describes the coded character set (codeset), locale, device, and other kinds of support for the Russian language. Codesets    [Toc]    [Back] The operating system supports the foll...
 sbig5(5) -- A character encoding system (codeset) for Traditional Chinese
    The Shift Big-5 (sbig5) codeset is a variant of the Big-5 codeset (see big5(5)). The only difference between these codesets is that the second byte of some Big-5 characters are mapped to different val...
 sdeckanji(5) -- A character encoding system (codeset) for Japanese
    The Super DEC Kanji codeset extends the DEC Kanji codeset to support the CS2 (JIS Katakana) and CS3 (JIS X0212) character sets that are also included in the Japanese EUC codeset. Super DEC Kanji is th...
 serialver(5) -- The Java Development Kit tools
    This reference page describes the java command only. The Java Development Kit (JDK) is part of the Java Virtual Machine (VM). If the JDK documentation was installed on your Tru64 UNIX system, you can ...
 shiftjis(5) -- A character encoding system (codeset) for Japanese
    The Shift JIS (SJIS) codeset consists of the following character sets: JIS X0201 JIS X0208 User-Defined Characters (UDC) Shift JIS Encoding    [Toc]    [Back] Shift JIS character codes use a combinati...
 siginfo(5) -- Details of signal generation
    The siginfo structure provides processes with information on why a signal was generated, or a process that is monitoring child processes may receive information that specifies why a child process chan...
 sim(5) -- Software phrase input method
    The phrase input method is an input method that is commonly used in a Chinese environment. The software phrase input method (SIM) is a a mechanism supported by the Asian tty driver, atty and the simd ...
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