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 compile(3) -- Regular expression compile and match routines
    The compile(), advance(), and step() functions are used for general-purpose expression matching. The compile() function takes a simple regular expression as input and produces a compiled expression th...
 compile_r(3) -- Regular expression compile and match routines
    The compile(), advance(), and step() functions are used for general-purpose expression matching. The compile() function takes a simple regular expression as input and produces a compiled expression th...
 complex(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...
 Composite(3X) -- The Composite widget class
    Composite widgets are intended to be containers for other widgets and can have an arbitrary number of children. Their responsibilities (implemented either directly by the widget class or indirectly by...
 confstr(3) -- Determine the current value of a specified system variable defined by a string value
    The confstr() function allows an application to determine the current setting of certain system parameters, limits, or options that are defined by a string value. The function is mainly used by applic...
 Constraint(3X) -- The Constraint widget class
    Constraint widgets maintain additional state data for each child. For example, client-defined constraints on the child's geometry may be specified. When a constrained composite widget defines constra...
 conv(3) -- Translate characters
    The toascii(), tolower(), _tolower(), toupper(), and _toupper() functions translate all characters, including multibyte characters, to their specified character values. The toascii() function converts...
 copydvagent(3) -- Manipulate device assignment database entry (Enhanced Security)
    The getesdvent(), getesdvnam(), and copyesdvent() functions each return a pointer to an object with the following structure containing the separated-out fields of an entry in the device assignment dat...
 copyesdfent(3) -- Manipulate system default database entry (Enhanced Security)
    The getesdfent(), getesdfnam(), and copyesdfent() functions each return a pointer to an object with the following structure containing the separated-out fields of a line in the system default database...
 copyesdvent(3) -- Manipulate device assignment database entry (Enhanced Security)
    The getesdvent(), getesdvnam(), and copyesdvent() functions each return a pointer to an object with the following structure containing the separated-out fields of an entry in the device assignment dat...
 copyesfient(3) -- Manipulate file control database entry (Enhanced Security)
    The getesfient(), getesfinam(), and copyesfient() functions each return a pointer to an object with the following structure containing the separated-out fields of a line in the file control database. ...
 copyespwent(3) -- Manipulate protected password database entry (Enhanced Security)
    The getespwent(), getespwuid(), getespwnam(), and copyespwent() functions each return a pointer to an object with the following structure containing the broken-out fields of a line in the protected pa...
 copyestcent(3) -- Manipulate terminal control database entry (Enhanced Security)
    The getestcent(), getestcnam(), and copyestcent() functions return a pointer to an object with the following structure containing the separated-out fields of an entry in the terminal control database....
 copysign(3) -- Related miscellaneous IEEE arithmetic functions.
    The copysign(), copysignf(), and copysignl() functions return x with the same sign as y. IEEE 754 requires copysign(x,NaN), copysignf(x,NaN) and copysignl(x,NaN) to return +x or -x. The finite(), fini...
 copywin(3) -- Overlap and manipulate overlapped Curses windows
    The overlay and overwrite routines overlay srcwin on top of dstwin. The scrwin and dstwin parameters do not have to be the same size; Curses copies only the text in the region where the two windows ov...
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