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 wototo(5) -- Introduction to the Thai language standard
    Wototo is the Thai language software standard. It describes Thai characters and their classifications. This standard also describes the methods used to input and output Thai characters. Thai Character...
 Wototo(5) -- Introduction to the Thai language standard
    Wototo is the Thai language software standard. It describes Thai characters and their classifications. This standard also describes the methods used to input and output Thai characters. Thai Character...
 WriteObj(5) -- Allows an Atom tool's InstrumentAll routine to build, release, and write objects
    Atom's object management routines allow an Atom tool's InstrumentAll routine to build, write, and release objects. You can use these routines only from an Atom tool's instrumentation file. See atom...
 XBD(5) -- Support for industry standards
    Programming interfaces and utilities conform to a number of standards. The full names and mnemonics for the industry standards supported by the operating system software, along with the manuals where ...
 XCU(5) -- Support for industry standards
    Programming interfaces and utilities conform to a number of standards. The full names and mnemonics for the industry standards supported by the operating system software, along with the manuals where ...
 XCURSES(5) -- Support for industry standards
    Programming interfaces and utilities conform to a number of standards. The full names and mnemonics for the industry standards supported by the operating system software, along with the manuals where ...
 Xlate(5) -- Atom routines used to determine the instrumented PC for selected instructions
    Atom's Xlate routines allow you to determine the instrumented PC for selected instructions. You can use these functions to build a table that translates an instruction's PC in the instrumented appli...
 XlateAddr(5) -- Atom routines used to determine the instrumented PC for selected instructions
    Atom's Xlate routines allow you to determine the instrumented PC for selected instructions. You can use these functions to build a table that translates an instruction's PC in the instrumented appli...
 XlateInstTextSize(5) -- Atom routines used to determine the instrumented PC for selected instructions
    Atom's Xlate routines allow you to determine the instrumented PC for selected instructions. You can use these functions to build a table that translates an instruction's PC in the instrumented appli...
 XlateInstTextStart(5) -- Atom routines used to determine the instrumented PC for selected instructions
    Atom's Xlate routines allow you to determine the instrumented PC for selected instructions. You can use these functions to build a table that translates an instruction's PC in the instrumented appli...
 XlateLoadShift(5) -- Atom routines used to determine the instrumented PC for selected instructions
    Atom's Xlate routines allow you to determine the instrumented PC for selected instructions. You can use these functions to build a table that translates an instruction's PC in the instrumented appli...
 XNS(5) -- Support for industry standards
    Programming interfaces and utilities conform to a number of standards. The full names and mnemonics for the industry standards supported by the operating system software, along with the manuals where ...
 XPG4(5) -- Support for industry standards
    Programming interfaces and utilities conform to a number of standards. The full names and mnemonics for the industry standards supported by the operating system software, along with the manuals where ...
 XPG4-UNIX(5) -- Support for industry standards
    Programming interfaces and utilities conform to a number of standards. The full names and mnemonics for the industry standards supported by the operating system software, along with the manuals where ...
 XSH(5) -- Support for industry standards
    Programming interfaces and utilities conform to a number of standards. The full names and mnemonics for the industry standards supported by the operating system software, along with the manuals where ...
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