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 cd_xar(3) -- reads the Extended Attribute Record for
    The cd_xar() routine fills the *xar structure with the contents of the Extended Attribute Record (XAR) that is associated with the file or directory pointed to by *path. The total number of logical bl...
 ceil(3) -- Round floatingpoint
    The floor(), floorf(), and floorl() functions return the largest floating-point integer value less than or equal to x. The ceil(), ceilf(), and ceill() functions return the smallest floating-point int...
 cexp(3) -- Complex functions
    These functions can only be called from languages that support the double_complex and float_complex data types. csin() and csinf() compute the sine of a complex number. ccos() and ccosf() return the c...
 cfgetispeed(3) -- Get the input baud rate for a terminal
    The cfgetispeed() function extracts the input baud rate from the termios structure to which the termios_p parameter points. This function returns exactly the value in the termios structure, without in...
 cfgetospeed(3) -- Get the output baud rate for a terminal
    The cfgetospeed() function extracts the output baud rate from the termios structure to which the termios_p parameter points. This function returns exactly the value in the termios data structure, with...
 cfg_connect(3) -- connect to the configuration management server on a remote host
    Before your application can perform operations on remote kernel subsystems, it must call the cfg_connect() routine. This routine invokes the configuration management server and establishes a socket co...
 cfg_disconnect(3) -- remove the connection to a remote configuration management server
    Once your application is finished using a remote configuration management server, it should call the cfg_disconnect() routine. This routine closes sockets and stops execution of the configuration mana...
 cfg_psm_catadd(3) -- Perform category operations on the Process Set Manager (PSM) set
    Refer to PSM(4) for a description of the Process Set Manager, which supports the functions described in this reference page. Functions    [Toc]    [Back] Use these functions as follows: Adds the categ...
 cfg_psm_catget(3) -- Perform category operations on the Process Set Manager (PSM) set
    Refer to PSM(4) for a description of the Process Set Manager, which supports the functions described in this reference page. Functions    [Toc]    [Back] Use these functions as follows: Adds the categ...
 cfg_psm_catops(3) -- Perform category operations on the Process Set Manager (PSM) set
    Refer to PSM(4) for a description of the Process Set Manager, which supports the functions described in this reference page. Functions    [Toc]    [Back] Use these functions as follows: Adds the categ...
 cfg_psm_catrem(3) -- Perform category operations on the Process Set Manager (PSM) set
    Refer to PSM(4) for a description of the Process Set Manager, which supports the functions described in this reference page. Functions    [Toc]    [Back] Use these functions as follows: Adds the categ...
 cfg_psm_memadd(3) -- Perform member operations on the Process Set manager (PSM) set
    Refer to PSM(4) for a description of the Process Set Manager, which supports the functions described in this reference page. Functions    [Toc]    [Back] Use these functions as follows: Adds a process...
 cfg_psm_memget(3) -- Perform member operations on the Process Set manager (PSM) set
    Refer to PSM(4) for a description of the Process Set Manager, which supports the functions described in this reference page. Functions    [Toc]    [Back] Use these functions as follows: Adds a process...
 cfg_psm_memops(3) -- Perform member operations on the Process Set manager (PSM) set
    Refer to PSM(4) for a description of the Process Set Manager, which supports the functions described in this reference page. Functions    [Toc]    [Back] Use these functions as follows: Adds a process...
 cfg_psm_memrem(3) -- Perform member operations on the Process Set manager (PSM) set
    Refer to PSM(4) for a description of the Process Set Manager, which supports the functions described in this reference page. Functions    [Toc]    [Back] Use these functions as follows: Adds a process...
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