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Manual section S-osr5

(S-osr5) - Operating system calls, library routines
__loc1 - pointer to beginning of regex match
__scoinfo - get kernel and system information
_edata - first address above initialized data region
_end - first address above uninitialized data region
_etext - first address above program text
_exit - circumvents cleanup
_longjmp - restores last saved environment
_setjmp - saves stack environment
_tolower - converts character to lowercase (faster, limited algorithm)
_toupper - converts character to uppercase (faster, limited algorithm)
a64l - gets long from base-64 representation
a64l, l64a - convert between long integer and base-64 ASCII string
abort - generate an abort fault
abs - return integer absolute value
acceptable_password - determine if password is cryptic
access - check file accessibility using RUID
access, eaccess - determine accessibility of a file
acct - enable or disable process accounting
acos - return the arccosine of an argument in radians
acosf - return the arccosine of an argument in radians
acosh - return inverse hyperbolic cosine of argument
acoshf - return inverse hyperbolic cosine of argument
acoshl - return inverse hyperbolic cosine of argument
acosl - return the arccosine of an argument in radians
addch - place a character in the window and advance the cursor
addchnstr - write up to n characters into the window
addchstr - write a character string into the window
addnstr - write up to n characters of a character string to the default window
addnwstr - write up to n elements of a character string with attributes to the window
addsev - define additional severities
addseverity - build a list of severity levels for an application, for use with fmtmsg
addstr - write on given window
addwch - write a character and attributes to the screen
addwchnstr - write up to n of a string of characters with attributes to the specified window
addwchstr - write a string of characters with attributes to the window
addwstr - write a character string with attributes to the window
adf_gttok - convert word to token
adf_gtwrd - get next word from string and copy to buffer
adf_gtxcd - get next text code from string and copy to buffer
adjtime - correct the time to allow synchronization of the system clock
advance - pattern match given a compiled regular expression
agetdefault - find next default entry in authcap file
agetfile - find next file entry in authcap file
agetflag - returns id flag
agetstr - returns string associated with id
agettty - find next tty entry in authcap file
agetuser - find entry with user name
aio_error - retrieve error status of asynchronous I/O operation
aio_mkcbs - specify memory to be used for aiocb data structures
aio_read - asynchronous read
aio_return - retrieve return status of asynchronous I/O operation
aio_write - asynchronous write
alarm - set a process alarm clock
alloca - memory allocator
allocldptr - allocate ldptr structure and add to linked list
allocldptr, freeldptr, vldldptr - ldptr structure usage routines
altzone - difference in seconds between UTC and alternate time zone
arc - plots an arc of a circle
ascftime - convert date and time to string
asctime - converts a tm structure to a 26-character string
asetdefaults - change authcap database used to get system defaults
asin - return the arcsine of an argument in radians
asinf - return the arcsine of an argument in radians
asinh - return inverse hyperbolic sine of argument
asinhf - return inverse hyperbolic sine of argument
asinhl - return inverse hyperbolic sine of argument
asinl - return the arcsine of an argument in radians
assert - verify program assertion
atan - return the arctangent of an argument in radians
atan2 - return the arctangent of y/x in radians
atan2f - return the arctangent of y/x in radians
atan2l - return the arctangent of y/x in radians
atanf - return the arctangent of an argument in radians
atanh - return inverse hyperbolic tangent of argument
atanhf - return inverse hyperbolic tangent of argument
atanhl - return inverse hyperbolic tangent of argument
atanl - return the arctangent of an argument in radians
atexit - register function to be called at termination
atof - converts ASCII to floating point numbers
atof, atoi, atol - converts ASCII to numbers
atoi - converts ASCII to integers
atol - converts ASCII to long integer numbers
attroff - turn off the specified attributes
attron - turn on the specified attributes
attrset - set the specified attributes to attrs
audit_adjust_mask - user mask
audit_auth_entry - reports database inconsistency
audit_close - close an audit data session
audit_close, audit_open, audit_read - open and access audit session data records
audit_lax_file - reports sanity check breakdown
audit_lock - audits database locking operations
audit_login - audits login attempts
audit_no_resource - vital resource could not be allocated
audit_open - open an audit data session
audit_passwd - audits password change attempts
audit_read - read an audit data session record
audit_security_failure - records system object problem
audit_subsystem - reports a subsystem problem or event
authaudit - produce audit records due to authentication events
authcap - get information from the authentication database
authorized_user - screens user ID for authorization permission
baudrate - return the output speed of the terminal
bcmp - compare variable length strings
bcopy - copy variable length string
beep - sounds the audible alarm if possible
bessel - Bessel functions
bigcrypt - encrypt a short or long password
bigcryptmax - encrypt a long password
bkgd - combine a new background with every position on the window
bkgdset - set the background of the window
border - draws a border around the edges of the standard screen
Bottom - moves layer to bottom of overlapping layers
bottom_panel - put a panel on the bottom of the deck
box - plots a box
brk - set the break value
brk, sbrk - change data segment space allocation
bsearch - binary search a sorted table
bstring: bcopy, bcmp, bzero - bit and byte string operations
bzero - fill variable length string with zeros
calloc - allocate unused space for an array
can_change_color - returns TRUE if the programmer can change the colors
catclose - closes a message catalog
catgets - read a program message
catopen - open a message catalog
catopen, catclose - open/close a message catalog
cbreak - put terminal into CBREAK mode
cbrt - cube root function
cbrtf - cube root function
cbrtl - cube root function
ceil - return smallest integer not smaller than x
ceilf - return smallest integer not smaller than x
ceill - return smallest integer not smaller than x
cfgetispeed - returns the input baud rate
cfgetospeed - returns the output baud rate
cfree - deallocate space
cfsetispeed - sets the input baud rate
cfsetospeed - sets the output baud rate
cfspeed: cfgetispeed, cfgetospeed, cfsetispeed, cfsetospeed - baud rate functions
cftime - convert date and time to string
chdir - change working directory using pathname
chdir, fchdir - change working directory
check_auth_parameters - verify that set_auth_parameters has been perviously invoked
chmod - change mode of file using pathname
chmod, fchmod - change mode of file
chown - change owner and group ID of a file
chown, lchown, fchown - change owner and group of a file
chroot - change root directory
chsize - changes the size of a file
circf - reserved external variable
circle - plots a circle
clear - copy blanks to every position in the window, and call clearok
clearerr - resets error indicator to zero
clearok - clear the screen on the next call to wrefresh
clock - report CPU time used
close - close a file descriptor
closedir - closes the named directory stream and frees the DIR structure
closepl - flushes the plotter output
clrtobot - erase all lines below the cursor in the window, as well as the line to the right of the cursor
clrtoeol - erase the current line to the right of the cursor, inclusive
color_content - returns the definition of a color
compile - compile string for use with advance or step
confstr - get configurable variables
cont - plots a line from a current point to the next
copydvagent - copies a device assignment structure and the fields to which it refers
copysign - return x with the sign of y
copysignf - return x with the sign of y
copysignl - return x with the sign of y
copywin - copy an area of one window over another, non-destructively or destructively
cos - return the cosine of an argument in radians
cosf - return the cosine of an argument in radians
cosh - return hyperbolic cosine of argument
coshf - return hyperbolic cosine of argument
coshl - return hyperbolic cosine of argument
cosl - return the cosine of an argument in radians
creat - create a new file or rewrite an existing one
create_file_securely - create a file using an attribute specification from the file control database
creatsem - creates an instance of a binary semaphore
crmode - put terminal into CBREAK mode
crypt - password and file encryption functions
crypt_close - terminates /bin/crypt connection
ctermid - generate terminal filename
ctime - converts UNIX ``epoch'' time to local time
ctime, localtime, gmtime, asctime, tzset - convert date and time to string
ctype - character handling routines
Current - makes the layer current
current_field - return the current field number of the form
current_item - return current menu item
curs_addch: addch, waddch, mvaddch, mvwaddch, echochar, wechochar - add a character (with attributes) to a curses window and advance cursor
curs_addchstr: addchstr, addchnstr, waddchstr, waddchnstr, mvaddchstr, mvaddchnstr, mvwaddchstr, mvwaddchnstr - add string of characters (and attributes) to a curses window
curs_addstr: addstr, addnstr, waddstr, waddnstr, mvaddstr, mvaddnstr, mvwaddstr, mvwaddnstr - add a string of characters to a curses window and advance cursor
curs_addwch: addwch, waddwch, mvaddwch, mvwaddwch, echowchar, wechowchar - add a wchar_t character (with attributes) to a curses window and advance cursor
curs_addwchstr: addwchstr, addwchnstr, waddwchstr, waddwchnstr, mvaddwchstr, mvaddwchnstr, mvwaddwchstr, mvwaddwchnstr - add string of wchar_t characters (and attributes) to a curses window
curs_addwstr: addwstr, addnwstr, waddwstr, waddnwstr, mvaddwstr, mvaddnwstr, mvwaddwstr, mvwaddnwstr - add a string of wchar_t characters to a curses window and advance cursor
curs_attr: attroff, wattroff, attron, wattron, attrset, wattrset, standend, wstandend, standout, wstandout - curses character and window attribute control routines
curs_beep: beep, flash - curses bell and screen flash routines
curs_bkgd: bkgdset, wbkgdset, bkgd, wbkgd - curses window background manipulation routines
curs_border: border, wborder, box, hline, whline, vline, wvline - create curses borders, horizontal and vertical lines
curs_clear: erase, werase, clear, wclear, clrtobot, wclrtobot, clrtoeol, wclrtoeol - clear all or part of a curses window
curs_color: start_color, init_pair, init_color, has_colors, can_change_color, color_content, pair_content - curses color manipulation routines
curs_delch: delch, wdelch, mvdelch, mvwdelch - delete character under cursor in a curses window
curs_deleteln: deleteln, wdeleteln, insdelln, winsdelln, insertln, winsertln - delete and insert lines in a curses window
curs_getch: getch, wgetch, mvgetch, mvwgetch, ungetch - get (or push back) characters from curses terminal keyboard
curs_getstr: getstr, wgetstr, mvgetstr, mvwgetstr, wgetnstr - get character strings from curses terminal keyboard
curs_getwch: getwch, wgetwch, mvgetwch, mvwgetwch, ungetwch - get (or push back) wchar_t characters from curses terminal keyboard
curs_getwstr: getwstr, getnwstr, wgetwstr, wgetnwstr, mvgetwstr, mvgetnwstr, mvwgetwstr, mvwgetnwstr - get wchar_t character strings from curses terminal keyboard
curs_getyx: getyx, getparyx, getbegyx, getmaxyx - get curses cursor and window coordinates
curs_inch: inch, winch, mvinch, mvwinch - get a character and its attributes from a curses window
curs_inchstr: inchstr, inchnstr, winchstr, winchnstr, mvinchstr, mvinchnstr, mvwinchstr, mvwinchnstr - get a string of characters (and attributes) from a curses window
curs_initscr: initscr, newterm, endwin, isendwin, set_term, delscreen - curses screen initialization and manipulation routines
curs_inopts: cbreak, nocbreak, echo, noecho, halfdelay, intrflush, keypad, meta, nodelay, notimeout, raw, noraw, noqiflush, qiflush, timeout, wtimeout, typeahead - curses terminal input option control routines
curs_insch: insch, winsch, mvinsch, mvwinsch - insert a character before the character under the cursor in a curses window
curs_insstr: insstr, insnstr, winsstr, winsnstr, mvinsstr, mvinsnstr, mvwinsstr, mvwinsnstr - insert string before character under the cursor in a curses window
curs_instr: instr, innstr, winstr, winnstr, mvinstr, mvinnstr, mvwinstr, mvwinnstr - get a string of characters from a curses window
curs_inswch: inswch, winswch, mvinswch, mvwinswch - insert a wchar_t character before the character under the cursor in a curses window
curs_inswstr: inswstr, insnwstr, winswstr, winsnwstr, mvinswstr, mvinsnwstr, mvwinswstr, mvwinsnwstr - insert wchar_t string before character under the cursor in a curses window
curs_inwch: inwch, winwch, mvinwch, mvwinwch - get a wchar_t character and its attributes from a curses window
curs_inwchstr: inwchstr, inwchnstr, winwchstr, winwchnstr, mvinwchstr, mvinwchnstr, mvwinwchstr, mvwinwchnstr - get a string of wchar_t characters (and attributes) from a curses window
curs_inwstr: inwstr, innwstr, winwstr, winnwstr, mvinwstr, mvinnwstr, mvwinwstr, mvwinnwstr - get a string of wchar_t characters from a curses window
curs_kernel: def_prog_mode, def_shell_mode, reset_prog_mode, reset_shell_mode, resetty, savetty, getsyx, setsyx, ripoffline, curs_set, napms - low-level curses routines
curs_move: move, wmove - move curses window cursor
curs_outopts: clearok, idlok, idcok immedok, leaveok, setscrreg, wsetscrreg, scrollok, nl, nonl - curses routines that control terminal output options
curs_overlay: overlay, overwrite, copywin - overlap and manipulate overlapped curses windows
curs_pad: newpad, subpad, prefresh, pnoutrefresh, pechochar, pechowchar - create and display curses pads
curs_printw: printw, wprintw, mvprintw, mvwprintw, vwprintw - print formatted output in curses windows
curs_refresh: refresh, wrefresh, wnoutrefresh, doupdate, redrawwin, wredrawln - refresh curses windows and lines
curs_scanw: scanw, wscanw, mvscanw, mvwscanw, vwscanw - convert formatted input from a curses widow
curs_scr_dump: scr_dump, scr_restore, scr_init, scr_set - read (write) a curses screen from (to) a file
curs_scroll: scroll, scrl, wscrl - scroll a curses window
curs_set - make cursor invisible, visible, or bright
curs_slk: slk_init, slk_set, slk_refresh, slk_noutrefresh, slk_label, slk_clear, slk_restore, slk_touch, slk_attron, slk_attrset, slk_attroff - curses soft label routines
curs_termattrs: baudrate, erasechar, has_ic, has_il, killchar, longname, termattrs, termname - curses environment query routines
curs_termcap: tgetent, tgetflag, tgetnum, tgetstr, tgoto, tputs - curses and terminfo interfaces (emulated) to the termcap library
curs_terminfo: setupterm, setterm, set_curterm, del_curterm, restartterm, tparm, tputs, putp, vidputs, vidattr, mvcur, tigetflag, tigetnum, tigetstr - curses interfaces to terminfo database
curs_touch: touchwin, touchline, untouchwin, wtouchln, is_linetouched, is_wintouched - curses refresh control routines
curs_util: unctrl, keyname, filter, use_env, putwin, getwin, delay_output, draino, flushinp - miscellaneous curses utility routines
curs_window: newwin, delwin, mvwin, subwin, derwin, mvderwin, dupwin, wsyncup, syncok, wcursyncup, wsyncdown - create curses windows
curses - CRT screen handling and optimization package
cuserid - get character login name of the user
data_ahead - return TRUE if a field has more data offscreen ahead
data_behind - return TRUE if a field has more data offscreen behind
daylight - set to non-zero value if alternate time zone exists
dblock: enter_quiet_zone, exit_quiet_zone, make_transition_files, replace_file - authentication database locking routines
dbm: dbminit, delete, fetch, firstkey, nextkey, store - performs database functions
dbminit - opens database
def_prog_mode - save the current terminal modes as the ``program'' state (in curses)
def_shell_mode - save the current terminal modes as the ``shell'' state (not in curses)
defcntl - control defread operations
defopen - opens default file
defopen, defread, defcntl - reads default entries
defread - reads opened default file
del_curterm - free the space pointed to by oterm
del_panel - delete a panel but not its window
delay_output - pause the production of output for a specified number of milliseconds
delch - delete the character at the cursor
Delete - deletes the layer
delete - deletes a key (and its associated contents)
deleteln - delete the line at the cursor in the default window
delscreen - free storage associated with the SCREEN data structure
delwin - delete the specified window by deleting all internal structures
derwin - create a subwindow at a location relative to the window
des_crypt - encrypts password from DES primitive
des_encrypt - encrypts or decrypts data byte with DES primitive
des_setkey - creates encryption key with DES primitive
dial - open a terminal line for read/write
difftime - computes the difference between time values
directory: closedir, opendir, readdir, rewinddir, seekdir, telldir - directory operations
div - divides integers
dlclose - close a dynamically linked library
dlerror - get diagnostic information
dlopen - open a dynamically linked library
dlsym - get the address of a symbol in a dynamically linked library
doupdate - allow multiple updates to the physical terminal screen
draino - wait until output has drained enough so that it only takes the specified number of milliseconds to clear completely.
drand48 - returns non-negative double-precision floating-point value
dup - duplicate an open file descriptor
dup2 - duplicate an open file descriptor
dup_field - duplicate a specified field at a specified location
dupwin - duplicate the specified window
dynamic_field_info - return a field's actual size and growth limit
eaccess - check file accessibility using EUID
echo - control whether characters are echoed as they are typed
echochar - place a character in the window and advance the cursor and refresh the screen
echowchar - write a character and attributes to the screen, then refresh it
ecvt - converts value to string of ndigit
ecvt, fcvt, gcvt - convert floating-point number to string
edata - first address above initialized data region
elf - object file access library
elf32_fsize - give the size in bytes of the 32-bit file representation of data objects.
elf32_getehdr - get pointer to an ELF table
elf32_getphdr - get pointer to program header table
elf32_getshdr - return a pointer to a section header for a specified section descriptor
elf32_newehdr - get pointer to an ELF table; allocate one if necessary
elf32_newphdr - allocate new program header table
elf32_xlatetof - translates data structures from 32-bit class file representations to memory representations
elf32_xlatetom - translates data structures from memory representations to 32-bit class file representations
elf_begin - make a file descriptor
elf_cntl - control a file descriptor
elf_end - finish using an object file
elf_errmsg - get a specified error message
elf_errno - retrieve an internal error number
elf_error: elf_errmsg, elf_errno - error handling
elf_fill - set fill byte
elf_flag: elf_flagdata, elf_flagehdr, elf_flagelf, elf_flagphdr, elf_flagscn, elf_flagshdr - manipulate flags
elf_flagdata - set or clear status bits for ELF data
elf_flagehdr - set or clear status bits for an ELF header
elf_flagelf - set or clear status bits for an ELF file
elf_flagphdr - set or clear status bits for a program header
elf_flagscn - set or clear status bits for a section
elf_flagshdr - set or clear status bits for a section header
elf_fsize: elf32_fsize - return the size of an object file type
elf_getarhdr - retrieve archive member header
elf_getarsym - retrieve archive symbol table
elf_getbase - get the base offset for an object file
elf_getdata - retrieves data from a section, translating the data from file representations into memory representations.
elf_getdata, elf_newdata, elf_rawdata - get section data
elf_getehdr: elf32_getehdr, elf32_newehdr - retrieve class-dependent object file header
elf_getident - retrieve file identification data
elf_getphdr: elf32_getphdr, elf32_newphdr - retrieve class-dependent program header table
elf_getscn - get a section descriptor
elf_getscn, elf_ndxscn, elf_newscn, elf_nextscn - get section information
elf_getshdr: elf32_getshdr - retrieve class-dependent section header
elf_hash - compute hash value
elf_kind - determine file type
elf_ndxscn - return the section table index for a section
elf_newdata - creates a new data descriptor for a section.
elf_newscn - create a new section
elf_next - sequential archive member access
elf_nextscn - return the section description of the next section
elf_rand - random archive member access
elf_rawdata - retrieves data from a section without interpreting it.
elf_rawfile - retrieve uninterpreted file contents
elf_strptr - make a string pointer
elf_update - update an ELF descriptor
elf_version - coordinate ELF library and application versions
elf_xlate: elf32_xlatetof, elf32_xlatetom - class-dependent data translation
encrypt - encrypts a password
end - first address above uninitialized data region
end, etext, edata - last locations in program
enddvagent - free memory and close files supporting device assignment routines
endgrent - closes group file when processing is complete
endprdfent - closes default control file when processing is complete
endprfient - closes file control file when processing is complete
endprpwent - closes protected password files when processing is complete
endprtcent - close the terminal control file when processing is complete
endpwent - closes password file when processing is complete
endspent - closes shadow password file when processing is complete
endutent - closes the currently open file
endutxent - close the utmpx file
endwin - reset terminal to non-visual mode
enter_quiet_zone - block all keyboard signals
environ - array of character pointers to the environment strings
erand48 - returns non-negative double-precision floating-point value
erase - starts another frame of plotter output
erasechar - return the user's erase character
erf - return error function of x
erf, erfc - error functions
erfc - return complementary error function of x
erfcf - return complementary error function of x
erfcl - return complementary error function of x
erff - return error function of x
erfl - return error function of x
errno - system error messages
ERROR - abnormal return from compile routine
etext - first address above program text
ev_block - wait until the queue contains an event
ev_close - close the event queue and all associated devices
ev_count - returns the number of events currently in the queue
ev_flush - discard all events currently in the queue
ev_getdev - gets a list of devices feeding an event queue
ev_getemask - return the current event mask
ev_gindev - include/exclude devices for event input
ev_init - invokes the event manager
ev_initf - invokes the event manager
ev_open - opens an event queue for input
ev_pop - pop the next event off the queue
ev_read - read the next event in the queue
ev_resume - restart a suspended queue
ev_setemask - sets event mask
ev_suspend - suspends an event queue.
exec: execl, execv, execle, execve, execlp, execvp - execute a file
execl - execute process with argument list
execle - execute process with argument list and given environment
execlp - execute process using PATH variable and argument list
execseg - makes a data region executable
execv - execute process with argument array
execve - execute process with argument array and given argument
execvp - execute process using PATH variable and argument array
exhelp - execute help process and block until return
exit - terminates calling process
Exit - kills all layer processes
exit, _exit - terminate process
exit_quiet_zone - unblock keyboard signals
exp - exponential function
exp, exp2, ldexp, frexp, expm1, cbrt, modf, pow, pown, scalbn, scalbln, sqrt - exponential, mod, power, square root functions
exp2 - exponential function
exp2f - exponential function
exp2l - exponential function
expf - exponential function
expl - exponential function
expm1 - exponential function
expm1f - exponential function
expm1l - exponential function
fabs - return the absolute value of x, |x|
fabsf - return the absolute value of x, |x|
fabsl - return the absolute value of x, |x|
fattach - STREAMS-based file descriptor to filesystem object
fchdir - change working directory using file descriptor
fchmod - change mode of file using file descriptor
fchown - change owner and group ID of a file using a file descriptor
fclose - writes buffered data and closes stream
fclose, fflush - close or flush a stream
fcntl - file control
fcvt - converts value to string of ndigit rounded for FORTRAN F-format
FD_CLR - removes a descriptor from a descriptor set
FD_ISSET - returns non-zero if descriptor is member of a descriptor set
FD_SET - include a particular descriptor in descriptor set
FD_ZERO - initialize descriptor set to the null set
fdetatch - detach a name from a STREAMS-based file descriptor
fdim - return positive difference between two arguments
fdimf - return positive difference between two arguments
fdiml - return positive difference between two arguments
fdopen - associates a stream with a file descriptor
feof - test for previous EOF
ferror - tests for previous read/write error
ferror, feof, clearerr, fileno - stream status inquiries
fetch - accesses data stored under a key
fflush - writes buffered data to file for named stream
ffs - find first set bit
fgetc - return next character from named input stream
fgetgrent - returns pointer to next group structure
fgetpasswd - read or clear a password from a file
fgetpos - gets and stores the current value of a stream's file position indicator
fgetpwent - gets pointer to next matching passwd structure
fgets - reads characters from stream in an array
fgetspent - get pointer to next spwd structure
fgetwc - returns a wide character from input stream
fgetws - get a wide character string from a stream
field - FIELD library routines
field_arg - return a pointer to the field arguments associated with the specified field type
field_back - return the background attribute of a field
field_buffer - return the value of a buffer for a field
field_count - count the fields connected to a form
field_fore - return the foreground attribute of a field
field_index - return the index in the field pointer array of the field
field_info - return the field chararacteristics of a field
field_init - return a pointer to the application-defined function to be called after a form is posted
field_just - return justification for a field
field_opts - return the specified options
field_opts_off - turn off the specified options and leave all others unchanged
field_opts_on - turn on the specified options and leave all others unchanged
field_pad - return the pad character attribute of a field
field_status - return the status flag for a field
field_term - return a pointer to the application-defined function to be called before a form is posted
field_type - return a pointer to the field type of a field
field_userptr - return the field's user pointer
fields - return status based on fields of authentication database
fieldtype - FIELDTYPE library routines
fileno - returns integer file descriptor
filter - make curses assume that there is a one-line screen
firstkey - returns the first key in a database
fixterm - restore terminal to program state
flash - used to signal the terminal user
flock: flockfile, ftrylockfile, funlockfile - standard I/O synchronization functions
flockfile - grant thread ownership of a file
floor - return largest integer not greater than x
floor, ceil, copysign, fmod, fabs, nan, nearbyint, nextafter, nexttoward - return various results from calculations on arguments
floorf - return largest integer not greater than x
floorl - return largest integer not greater than x
flushinp - throw away typeahead not yet read by the program
fma - return rounded result of (x  y) + z
fmaf - return rounded result of (x  y) + z
fmal - return rounded result of (x  y) + z
fmax - return maximum numeric value of two arguments
fmax, fmin - return maximum/minimum numeric value of two arguments
fmaxf - return maximum numeric value of two arguments
fmaxl - return maximum numeric value of two arguments
fmin - return minimum numeric value of two arguments
fminf - return minimum numeric value of two arguments
fminl - return minimum numeric value of two arguments
fmod - return the floating point remainder of the division of x by y
fmodf - return the floating point remainder of the division of x by y
fmodl - return the floating point remainder of the division of x by y
fmtmsg - display a message on stderr or system console
fnmatch - find matching filename or pathname
fopen - opens file and associates stream with it
fopen, freopen, fdopen - open a stream
fork - create a new process
form - create and display a form
form_cursor: pos_form_cursor - position forms window cursor
form_data: data_ahead, data_behind - tell if forms field has off-screen data ahead or behind
form_driver - command processor for the forms subsystem
form_field: set_form_fields, form_fields, field_count, move_field - connect fields to forms
form_field_attributes: set_field_fore, field_fore, set_field_back, field_back, set_field_pad, field_pad - format the general display attributes of forms
form_field_buffer: set_field_buffer, field_buffer, set_field_status, field_status, set_max_field - set and get forms field attributes
form_field_info: field_info, dynamic_field_info - get forms field characteristics
form_field_just: set_field_just, field_just - format the general appearance of forms
form_field_new: new_field, dup_field, link_field, free_field, - create and destroy forms fields
form_field_opts: set_field_opts, field_opts_on, field_opts_off, field_opts - forms field option routines
form_field_userptr: set_field_userptr, field_userptr - associate application data with forms
form_field_validation: set_field_type, field_type, field_arg - forms field data type validation
form_fields - return a pointer to the field pointer array for a form
form_fieldtype: new_fieldtype, free_fieldtype, set_fieldtype_arg, set_fieldtype_choice, link_fieldtype - forms fieldtype routines
form_hook: set_form_init, form_init, set_form_term, form_term, set_field_init, field_init, set_field_term, field_term - assign application-specific routines for invocation by forms
form_init - return a pointer to the application-defined initialization function for a form
form_new: new_form, free_form - create and destroy forms
form_new_page: set_new_page, new_page - forms pagination
form_opts - return the options set for the specified form
form_opts: set_form_opts, form_opts_on, form_opts_off, form_opts - forms option routines
form_opts_off - turn off the specified options and leave others unchanged
form_opts_on - turn on the specified options and leave others unchanged
form_page - return the page number of the form
form_page: set_form_page, form_page, set_current_field, current_field, field_index - set forms current page and field
form_post: post_form, unpost_form - write or erase forms from associated subwindows
form_sub - return a pointer to the subwindow for a form
form_term - return a pointer to the application-defined termination function for a form
form_userptr - return the user pointer of a form
form_userptr: set_form_userptr, form_userptr - associate application data with forms
form_win - return a pointer to the window for a form
form_win: set_form_win, form_win, set_form_sub, form_sub, scale_form - forms window and subwindow association routines
forms - character-based-forms package
fpathconf - determines current value of an open file descriptor
fpclassify - classifies x as a particular category
fpclassify, isfinite, isinf, isnan, isnormal, signbit, isless, islessequal, islessgreater, isgreater, isgreaterequal, isunordered - floating point classification macros
fpgetmask - returns the current exception masks
fpgetround - returns the current rounding mode
fpgetround, fpsetround, fpgetmask, fpsetmask, fpgetsticky, fpsetsticky - IEEE floating point environment control
fpgetsticky - returns the current exception sticky flags
fprintf, printf, snprintf, sprintf, vfprintf, vprintf, vsnprinf, vsprintf - place print output on stream
fpsetmask - sets the exception masks and returns the previous setting
fpsetround - sets the rounding mode and returns the previous rounding mode
fpsetsticky - sets the exception sticky flags and returns previous setting
fputc - behaves as putc but is a function
fputs - writes nul-terminated string to named output stream
fputwc - put wide character on a stream
fputws - put wide character string on a stream
fread - copies items into an array
fread, fwrite - binary input/output
free - deallocate space
free_field - free the storage space allocated to a field
free_fieldtype - free the space allocated for the field type
free_form - disconnect a form from its fields and free the form's space
free_item - free the space allocated to a new menu item
free_menu - disconnect a menu from its item pointer array and free the menu's storage space
freeldptr - free allocated ldptr structure from linked list
freopen - substitutes the named file in place of the open stream
frexp - manipulate floating-point numbers
frexp, frexpf, frexpl, ilogb, ilogbf, ilogbl, ldexp, ldexpf, ldexpl, logb, logbf, logbl, modf, modff, modfl, nextafter, nextafterf, nextafterl, scalb, scalbf, scalbl - manipulate parts of floating-point numbers
frexpf - manipulate floating-point numbers
frexpl - manipulate floating-point numbers
fscanf - convert formatted input read from a named stream
fscanf, scanf, sscanf, vfscanf, vscanf, vsscanf - convert formatted input
fseek - sets position of next I/O operation on a stream
fseek, ftell, rewind - reposition a file pointer in a stream
fsetpos - sets the file position indicator for a stream
fstat - returns information about an open file
fstatfs - get file system information
fstatvfs - report on a filesystem using a file descriptor
fsync - synchronize changes to a file
ftell - returns offset of current byte relative to beginning of file
ftime - return time in a structure
ftok - standard interprocess communication package
ftruncate - set a file to a specified length using a file descriptor
ftrylockfile - grant thread ownership of a file
ftw - walk a file tree
funflush - discard buffered data
funlockfile - relinquish thread ownership of a file
fwprintf - place wide/multibyte character output on strm
fwprintf, swprintf, wprintf, vfwprintf, vswprintf, vwprintf - print wide/multibyte character formatted output
fwrite - appends items from an array
fwscanf - read multibyte characters from strm
fwscanf, swscanf, wscanf, vfwscanf, vswcanf, vwscanf - convert formatted wide/multibyte character input
fxlist - gets name list entries from file pointer
gamma - log gamma function
gamma, lgamma, tgamma - gamma functions
gammaf - log gamma function
gammal - log gamma function
gcvt - converts value to a null-terminated string in an array
get_seed - obtain seed for random number generator
getbegyx - get the beginning coordinates of the specified window
GETC - return the value of next character
getc - return next character from named input stream
getc, getchar, fgetc, getw - get character or word from a stream
getch - read character from terminal associated with a window
getchar - return next character from stdin
getcontext - report on current user context
getcontext, setcontext - get and set current user context
getcwd - get pathname of current working directory
getdate - convert user format date and time
getdtablesize - get descriptor table size
getdvagent - return pointer to first device assignment entry
getdvagent, getdvagnam, setdvagent, enddvagent, putdvagnam, copydvagent - manipulate device assignment database entry
getdvagnam - search device assignment database for device name
getegid - get effective group ID
getenv - return value for environment name
geteuid - get effective user ID
getgid - get real group ID
getgrent - returns pointer to the first and successive group structures
getgrent, getgrgid, getgrnam, setgrent, endgrent, fgetgrent - get group file entry
getgrgid - searches for matching gid
getgrnam - searches for matching name
getgroups - get supplementary group ID's
gethz - return the frequency of the system clock in ticks per second
getitimer - returns the current value of the specified timer
getitimer, setitimer - get and set value of interval timers
getlogin, getlogin_r - get login name
getluid - get login user ID
getmaxyx - get the size of the specified window
getmsg - get next message off a stream
getnwstr - get up to n characters with attributes from the keyboard and write them to the default window
getopt - get option letter from argument vector
getpagesize - get system page size
getparyx - get the beginning coordinates of the specified subwindow relative to its parent window
getpass - read a password
getpasswd - read or clear a password
getpasswd, fgetpasswd, bigcrypt, bigcryptmax - read or clear a password
getpgid - returns the process group ID of process pid
getpgrp - returns the process group ID of the calling process
getpid - returns the process ID of the calling process
getpid, getpgrp, getppid, getpgid - get process, process group, and parent process IDs
getpmsg - get next message from stream with priority control
getppid - returns the parent process ID of the calling process
getprdfent - returns pointer to first and successive pr_default structures
getprdfent, getprdfnam, setprdfent, endprdfent, putprdfnam - manipulate default control database entry
getprdfnam - searches for matching login name
getprfient - gets next pr_file structure
getprfient, getprfinam, setprfient, endprfient, putprfinam - manipulate file control database entry
getprfinam - searches for matching login name
getpriority - report on highest priority of listed processes
getpriority, setpriority - get/set program scheduling priority
getpriv - get system privileges associated with this process
getprpwent - gets pointer to next pr_passwd structure
getprpwent, getprpwuid, getprpwnam, setprpwent, endprpwent, putprpwnam - manipulate protected password database entry
getprpwnam - searches for login name matching name
getprpwuid - searches for numerical user ID matching uid
getprtcent - gets pointer to next pr_term structure
getprtcent, getprtcnam, setprtcent, endprtcent, putprtcnam - manipulate terminal control database entry
getprtcnam - searches for login name matching name
getpw - get user info from UID
getpwent - gets pointer to next passwd structure
getpwent, getpwuid, getpwnam, setpwent, endpwent, fgetpwent - get password file entry
getpwnam - searches for login name matching name
getpwuid - searches for matching numerical user ID
getrlimit, setrlimit - control maximum system resource consumption
getrusage - get information about resource utilization
gets - reads characters from standard input stream
gets, fgets - get a string from a stream
getsid - get session ID
getspent - get shadow password entry
getspent, getspnam, setspent, endspent, fgetspent, lckpwdf, ulckpwdf - get shadow password file entry
getspnam - get matching login name shadow password entry
getstr - get characters from the keyboard and write them to the default window
getsubopt - parse suboptions from a string
getsyx - return the current co-ordinates of the virtual screen cursor
gettimeofday - return system date and time
gettimeofday, settimeofday - get or set the date and time
gettxt - retrieve a text string
getuid - get real user ID
getuid, geteuid, getgid, getegid - get real user, effective user, real group, and effective group IDs
getut: endutent, getutent, getutid, getutline, pututline, setutent, utmpname - access utmp file entry
getutent - reads in the next entry from a utmp -like file
getutid - searches forward in the utmp -like file
getutline - searches for LOGIN_PROCESS or USER_PROCESS entry
getutmp - fill the utmp structure
getutmpx - fill the utmpx structure
getutx - access utmpx file entry
getutxent - get the next entry from a utmpx file
getutxid - find the next specified entry from a utmpx file
getutxline - find the next specified entry from a utmpx file
getw - return next word from named input stream
getwc - returns a wide character from input stream
getwc, getwchar, fgetwc - get wide character from a stream
getwch - get a character from the keyboard associated with the default window, convert it to a wchar_t character, and return it
getwchar - returns a wide character from the standard input
getwd - get current working directory pathname
getwin - retrieve window-related data from a specified file
getwstr - get a string of characters with attributes from the keyboard and write them to the default window
getyx - place cursor position of the window in two integer variables
glob - generate pathnames matching a pattern
glob, globfree - generate pathnames matching a pattern
globfree - free memory allocated by glob
gmtime - convert time to UTC
goodpw_check_other - check group, modem or filesystem password syntax and guessability
goodpw_set_other_checks - select password parameters
gr_idtoname - map between group IDs and names
gr_nametoid - map between group names and IDs
grantpt - grant access to the slave pseudo-terminal device
gsignal - raises signal identified by its argument
halfdelay - Put the terminal into half-delay mode.
has_colors - returns TRUE if the terminal can manipulate colors
has_ic - is TRUE if terminal can insert and delete characters
has_il - is TRUE if terminal can insert and delete lines, or can simulate them using scrolling regions
hcreate - allocates sufficient space for the table
hdestroy - destroys the search table
hide_panel - remove a panel from the panel deck
hline - draws a horizontal line on the standard screen.
hsearch - searches a hash table
hsearch, hcreate, hdestroy - manage hash search tables
hypot - return result of sqrt((x  x) + (y  y))
hypotf - return result of sqrt((x  x) + (y  y))
hypotl - return result of sqrt((x  x) + (y  y))
iconv - convert characters from one codeset into another
iconv_close - code conversion deallocation routine
iconv_open - code conversion allocation routine
iconv_open, iconv_close, iconv - convert characters from one codeset into another
idcok - make curses consider using hardware insert and delete character
identity - get or check uids or gids from program start
idlok - make curses consider using hardware insert and delete line
ilogb - manipulate floating-point numbers
ilogb, log, log1p, log2, log10, logb - logarithm functions
ilogbf - manipulate floating-point numbers
ilogbl - manipulate floating-point numbers
immedok - make any change in the window image refresh the screen
inch - get a character and its attributes from the default window
inchnstr - get up to n characters of type chtype from the default window
inchstr - get a character string of type chtype from the default window
index - character string operation
index, rindex - string operations
INIT - initialize before compile
init_color - define a color using RGB components
init_pair - define a color-pair
initgroups - initialize the supplementary group access list
initscr - initialize all curses data structures
initstate - initialize a state array
innstr - get up to n characters from the default window
innwstr - get string of up to n wchar_t characters without attributes from window
insch - insert character ch before the character under cursor
insdelln - insert or delete the line at the cursor in the default window
insertln - insert blank line above current line
insnstr - insert up to n characters on the default window
insnwstr - insert up to n wchar_t characters in the default window
insque - insert an entry into a queue
insque, remque - insert or remove an element of a queue
insstr - insert a character string on the default window
instr - get a character string from the default window
inswch - insert a wchar_t character on the default window
inswstr - insert a string of wchar_t characters in the default window
intrflush - set the terminal to flush tty driver output when a key is pressed, or not
Intro - introduce system services, library routines, and error numbers
inwch - get a character with attributes from the default window
inwchnstr - return up to n wchar_t characters from the default window
inwchstr - return a string of wchar_t characters from the default window
inwstr - get string of wchar_t characters without attributes from window
ioctl - I/O control command
is_linetouched - return TRUE if the specified line has been modified since the last call to wrefresh.
is_starting_egid (gid) - check current effective GID against retained ID
is_starting_euid (uid) - check current effective UID against retained ID
is_starting_luid (uid) - check current login UID against retained ID
is_starting_rgid (gid) - check current real GID against retained ID
is_starting_ruid (uid) - check current real UID against retained ID
is_wintouched - return TRUE if the specified window has been modified since the last call to wrefresh.
isalnum - tests for alphanumeric character
isalpha - tests for alphabetic character
isascii - test for ASCII characters
isastream - test a file descriptor
isatty - test for a terminal device
iscntrl - tests for control characters
isdigit - tests for decimal digit
isendwin - determine if endwin has been called without wrefresh
isfinite - determines whether x has a finite value
isgraph - tests for a visible character
isgreater - determines whether x is greater than y
isgreaterequal - determines whether x is greater than or equal to y
isinf - determines whether x is positive or negative infinity
isless - determines whether x is less than y
islessequal - determines whether x is less than or equal to y
islessgreater - determines whether x is less than or greater than y
islower - tests for any lowercase letter
isnan - determines whether x is a NaN
isnan, isnand, isnanf, finite, fpclass, unordered - determine type of floating-point number
isnormal - determines whether x is not zero, subnormal, infinite, or a NaN
isprint - tests for printing character
ispunct - tests for punctuation character
isspace - tests for white-space character
isunordered - determines whether x and y are unordered
isupper - tests for any uppercase letter
iswalnum - test for an alphanumeric wide-character code
iswalpha - test for an alphabetic wide-character code
iswcntrl - test for a control wide-character code
iswctype - test wide-character code for specified class
iswdigit - test for a decimal digit wide-character code
iswgraph - test for a visible wide-character code
iswind - determine if terminal is local or remote
iswlower - test for a lower-case letter wide-character code
iswprint - test for a printing wide-character code
iswpunct - test for a punctuation wide-character code
iswspace - test for a white-space wide-character code
iswupper - test for an upper-case letter wide-character code
iswxdigit - test for a hexadecimal digit wide-character code
isxdigit - tests for hexadecimal digit
item - CRT menu-item routines
item_count - count the number of items in a menu
item_description - return pointer to item name
item_index - return index to item in item pointer array
item_init - return menu-item initiation function
item_name - set pointer to item name
item_opts - return the current item options
item_opts_off - turn off specified item options and leave the others unchanged
item_opts_on - turn on specified item options and leave the others unchanged
item_term - return menu-item termination function
item_userptr - return an item's user pointer
item_value - return the select value of an item in a multivalued menu
item_visible - return TRUE if an item is visible
itimer - interval timers
j0 - Bessel functions
j1 - Bessel functions
jn - Bessel functions
jrand48 - returns signed long integers
kcodemap - return 7-bit escape sequence that maps onto 8-bit value
keyname - return a character string corresponding to a specified character
keypad - obtain information from keypad of user's terminal
kill - send a signal to a process or a group of processes
killchar - return the user's kill character
killpg - send signal to a process group
l3tol - converts three-byte integers to long integers
l3tol, ltol3 - convert between 3-byte integers and long integers
l64a - gets base-64 representation from long
label - labels the current plotting point
labs - converts to absolute value
latch_close - close a latch
latch_getvalue - get value of latch
latch_open - open a latch
latch_post - unlock a latch
latch_trywait - acquire a latch; return an error if latch is already held
latch_unlink - remove latch from the system
latch_wait - acquire a latch; block if latch is already held
latch_wait, latch_trywait - acquire a latch
lchown - change owner and group ID of a symbolic link
lckpwdf - lock the shadow password file
lcong48 - invoke initialization entry points
ldaclose - closes file and frees memory
ldahread - read the archive header of a member of an archive file
ldaopen - allocates and initializes a new LDFILE structure
ldclose - closes file and frees memory
ldclose, ldaclose - close a common object file and free memory
ldexp - manipulate floating-point numbers
ldexpf - manipulate floating-point numbers
ldexpl - manipulate floating-point numbers
ldfhread - read the file header of a common object file
ldgetname - retrieve symbol name for common object file symbol table entry
ldiv - divides long integers
ldlinit - reads the entry with the smallest line number
ldlitem - retrieves a series of line number entries
ldlread - begins its search with the line number
ldlread, ldlinit, ldlitem - manipulate line number entries of a common object file function
ldlseek - seek to line number entries of section specified by sectindx
ldlseek, ldnlseek - seek to line number entries of a section of a common object file
ldnlseek - seek to line number entries of section specified by sectname
ldnrseek - seeks relocation entries of section specified by sectname
ldnshread - reads section header specified by sectname into memory
ldnsseek - seeks to the section specified by sectname
ldohseek - seek to the optional file header of a common object file
ldopen - returns a pointer to LDFILE structure
ldopen, ldaopen - open a common object file for reading
ldrseek - seeks relocation entries of section specified by sectname
ldrseek, ldnrseek - seek to relocation entries of a section of a common object file
ldshread - reads section header specified by sectindx into memory
ldshread, ldnshread - read an indexednamed section header of a common object file
ldsseek - seeks to the section specified by sectindx
ldsseek, ldnsseek - seek to an indexednamed section of a common object file
ldtbindex - compute the index of a symbol table entry of a common object file
ldtbread - read an indexed symbol table entry of a common object file
ldtbseek - seek to the symbol table of a common object file
leaveok - leave the cursor wherever it is after screen update
lfind - searches for object and adds to table
lgamma - log gamma function
lgammaf - log gamma function
lgammal - log gamma function
lib300 - plotting library for Tektronix 300 terminal
lib300s - plotting library for Tektronix 300 terminal
lib4014 - plotting library for Tektronix 4014 terminal
lib450 - plotting library for Tektronix 300 terminal
libplot - plotting library
libvt0 - plotting library for VT100 terminal
libwindows - windowing terminal function library
line - plots a line
linemod - sets style for plotting further lines
link - link to a file
link_field - duplicate a specified field at a specified location and share field buffers
link_fieldtype - return a pointer to a field type built from the specified field types
lio_listio - list directed I/O
llrint - return nearest integer value to floating point argument x
llrintf - return nearest integer value to floating point argument x
llrintl - return nearest integer value to floating point argument x
llround - return the rounded integer value of x
llroundf - return the rounded integer value of x
llroundl - return the rounded integer value of x
loc1 - pointer to first character matching regular expression
loc2 - pointer to character after last character matching regular expression
localeconv - get lconv structure pointer
localtime - converts time pointed to by clock to tm structure
lock - locks a process in primary memory
locked_out - determine if specified user can log in
lockf - record locking on files
locking - locks or unlocks a file region for reading or writing
locs - pointer causing advance to break out of back up loop
log - logarithm function
log10 - logarithm function
log10f - logarithm function
log10l - logarithm function
log1p - logarithm function
log1pf - logarithm function
log1pl - logarithm function
log2 - logarithm function
log2f - logarithm function
log2l - logarithm function
logb - manipulate floating-point numbers
logbf - manipulate floating-point numbers
logbl - manipulate floating-point numbers
logf - logarithm function
logl - logarithm function
logname - return login name of user
longjmp - restores last saved environment
longname - point to a verbose description of the terminal
lrand48 - returns non-negative long integers
lrint - return nearest integer value to floating point argument x
lrintf - return nearest integer value to floating point argument x
lrintl - return nearest integer value to floating point argument x
lround - return the rounded integer value of x
lroundf - return the rounded integer value of x
lroundl - return the rounded integer value of x
lsearch - performs linear search of table
lsearch, lfind - linear search and update
lseek - move read/write file pointer
lstat - returns information about a symbolic link
ltol3 - converts long integers to three-byte integers
make_transition_files - create transition file names
makecontext - modify user context
mallinfo - report allocated space usage
malloc - allocate space for an object
malloc, free, realloc, calloc, cfree, mallinfo, mallopt - allocate main memory
mallopt - control the space allocation algorithm
matherr, matherrl - error-handling function
mbchar: mbtowc, wctomb, mblen, mbrtowc, wcrtomb, mbrlen - multibyte character handling
mblen - determine the number of bytes in a multibye character
mbrlen - determine the number of bytes in a multibye character (restartable)
mbrtowc - convert a multibyte character to a wide character (restartable)
mbsinit - test for initial multibyte conversion state
mbsrtowcs - convert a string of multibyte characters in a specified shift state to wide characters
mbstowcs - convert a string of multibyte characters to wide characters
mbstring: mbstowcs, wcstombs, mbsrtowcs, wcsrtombs - multibyte string functions
mbtowc - convert a multibyte character to a wide character
memccpy - copies characters from memory area
memchr - returns a pointer to the first occurrence of a character
memcmp - compares arguments
memcpy - copies n characters
memmove - copies characters between objects
memory: memccpy, memchr, memcmp, memcpy, memset - memory operations
memset - sets the first n characters in memory area
menu - create and display a menu
menu_attributes: set_menu_fore, menu_fore, set_menu_back, menu_back, set_menu_grey, menu_grey, set_menu_pad, menu_pad - control menus display attributes
menu_back - set the background attribute of a menu
menu_cursor: pos_menu_cursor - position a menu cursor correctly
menu_driver - command processor for the menus subsystem
menu_fore - set the foreground attribute of a menu
menu_format - return the number of rows and columns that can be displayed
menu_format: set_menu_format, menu_format - set and get maximum numbers of rows and columns in menus
menu_grey - set the ``grey'' attribute of a menu
menu_hook: set_item_init, item_init, set_item_term, item_term, set_menu_init, menu_init, set_menu_term, menu_term - assign application-specific routines for automatic invocation by menus
menu_init - return menu initiation function
menu_item_current: set_current_item, current_item, set_top_row, top_row, item_index - set and get current menus items
menu_item_name: item_name, item_description - get menus item name and description
menu_item_new: new_item, free_item - create and destroy menus items
menu_item_opts: set_item_opts, item_opts_on, item_opts_off, item_opts - menus item option routines
menu_item_userptr: set_item_userptr, item_userptr - associate application data with menus items
menu_item_value: set_item_value, item_value - set and get menus item values
menu_item_visible: item_visible - tell if menus item is visible
menu_items - return a pointer to the item pointer array connected to a menu
menu_items: set_menu_items, menu_items, item_count - connect and disconnect items to and from menus
menu_mark - return a pointer to the mark string of a specified menu
menu_mark: set_menu_mark, menu_mark - menus mark string routines
menu_new: new_menu, free_menu - create and destroy menus
menu_opts - return the current menu options
menu_opts: set_menu_opts, menu_opts_on, menu_opts_off, menu_opts - menus option routines
menu_opts_off - turn off the specified menu options and leave the others unchanged
menu_opts_on - turn on the specified menu options and leave the others unchanged
menu_pad - set the pad character of a menu item
menu_pattern - return the current menu pattern
menu_pattern: set_menu_pattern, menu_pattern - set and get menu pattern match buffer
menu_post: post_menu, unpost_menu - write or erase menus from associated subwindows
menu_sub - return the subwindow for a specified menu
menu_term - return menu termination function
menu_userptr - return the menu's user pointer
menu_userptr: set_menu_userptr, menu_userptr - associate application data with menus
menu_win - return the window for a specified menu
menu_win: set_menu_win, menu_win, set_menu_sub, menu_sub, scale_menu - menus window and subwindow association routines
menus - character based menus package
message - output help or error message and wait for response
meta - force the terminal to return seven or eight bit significant bits on input
mkdir - make a directory
mkfifo - make a FIFO special file
mknod - make a directory or a special or ordinary file or a FIFO
mkstemp - make a unique file name
mktemp - make a unique filename
mktime - converts local time to calendar time
mmap - map object to pages of memory
modf - modulus function
modff - modulus function
modfl - modulus function
monitor - prepare execution profile
mount - mount a filesystem
move - move the cursor to the specified co-ordinates
Move - moves layer to new location
move_field - move a disconnected field to a specified location in the forms subwindow
move_panel - move the curses window associated with the specified panel
mprotect - set protection of memory mapping
mrand48 - returns signed long integers
msgctl - message control operations
msgget - get message queue
msgop - message operations
msgrcv - receives a message
msgsnd - sends a message
msync - synchronize memory mapping with physical storage
munmap - unmap pages of memory
mvaddch - place a character in the window after moving the cursor and advance the cursor
mvaddchnstr - write up to n characters into the window after moving the cursor
mvaddchstr - write a character string into the window after moving the cursor
mvaddnstr - write up to n characters of a character string to the default window after moving the cursor
mvaddnwstr - write up to n elements of a character string with attributes to the window after moving the cursor
mvaddstr - write all characters of null-terminated character string str on given window
mvaddwch - write a character and attributes to the screen after moving the cursor
mvaddwchnstr - write up to n of a string of characters with attributes to the specified window after moving the cursor
mvaddwchstr - write a string of characters with attributes to the window after moving the cursor
mvaddwstr - write a character string with attributes to the window after moving the cursor
mvcur - move the cursor
mvdelch - delete the character at the cursor, after moving the cursor
mvderwin - move a subwindow inside its parent window
mvgetch - read a character from the specified location of the terminal associated with the window.
mvgetnwstr - get up to n characters with attributes from the keyboard and write them to the default window after moving the cursor
mvgetstr - get characters from the keyboard and write them to the default window after moving the cursor
mvgetwch - get a character from the keyboard associated with the default window, convert it to a wchar_t character, and return it
mvgetwstr - get a string of characters with attributes from the keyboard and write them to the default window after moving the cursor
mvinch - return character at current position in named window
mvinchnstr - get up to n characters of type chtype from the default window after moving the cursor
mvinchstr - get a character string of type chtype from the default window after moving the cursor
mvinnstr - get up to n characters from the default window after moving the cursor
mvinnwstr - get string of up to n wchar_t characters without attributes from window after moving the cursor
mvinsch - insert a character on the default window after moving the cursor
mvinsnstr - insert up to n characters on the default window after moving the cursor
mvinsnwstr - insert up to n wchar_t characters in the default window after moving the cursor
mvinsstr - insert a character string on the default window after moving the cursor
mvinstr - get a character string from the default window after moving the cursor
mvinswch - insert a wchar_t character on the default window after moving the cursor
mvinswstr - insert a string of wchar_t characters in the default window after moving the cursor
mvinwch - get a character with attributes from the default window after moving the cursor
mvinwchnstr - return up to n wchar_t characters from the default window after moving the cursor
mvinwchstr - return a string of wchar_t characters from the default window after moving the cursor
mvinwstr - get string of wchar_t characters without attributes from window after moving the cursor
mvprintw - output string to specified location in stdscr
mvscanw - read formatted input from specified location of standard input
mvwaddch - place a character in the specified window after moving the cursor and advance the cursor
mvwaddchnstr - write up to n characters into the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwaddchstr - write a character string into the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwaddnstr - write up to n characters of a character string to the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwaddnwstr - write up to n elements of a character string with attributes to the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwaddstr - write a character string to the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwaddwch - write a character and attributes to the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwaddwchnstr - write up to n of a string of characters with attributes to the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwaddwchstr - write a string of characters with attributes to the window after moving the cursor
mvwaddwstr - write a character string with attributes to the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwdelch - delete the character at the cursor in the specified window, after moving the cursor
mvwgetch - read a character from the specified location of the terminal associated with the specified window.
mvwgetnwstr - get up to n characters with attributes from the keyboard and write them to the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwgetstr - get characters from the keyboard and write them to the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwgetwch - get a character from the keyboard associated with the specified window, convert it to a wchar_t character, and return it
mvwgetwstr - get a string of characters with attributes from the keyboard and write them to the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwin - move the specified window to the specified location
mvwinch - get a character and its attributes from the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwinchnstr - get up to n characters of type chtype from the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwinchstr - get a character string of type chtype from the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwinnstr - get up to n characters from the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwinnwstr - get string of up to n wchar_t characters without attributes from the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwinsch - insert a character on the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwinsnstr - insert up to n characters on the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwinsnwstr - insert up to n wchar_t characters in the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwinsstr - insert a character string on the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwinstr - get a character string from the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwinswch - insert a wchar_t character on the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwinswstr - insert a string of wchar_t characters in the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwinwch - get a character with attributes from the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwinwchnstr - return up to n wchar_t characters from the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwinwchstr - return a string of wchar_t characters from the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwinwstr - get string of wchar_t characters without attributes from the specified window after moving the cursor
mvwprintw - output string to specified location in specified window
mvwscanw - read formatted input from specified location of the specified window
nan - return a quiet NaN, if available, with content indicated by tagp
nanf - return a quiet NaN, if available, with content indicated by tagp
nanl - return a quiet NaN, if available, with content indicated by tagp
nap - suspends execution for a short interval
napms - make the cursor sleep for ms milliseconds
nbra - reserved external variable
nbwaitsem - waits for access to a semaphore-governed resource
nearbyint - return nearest integer value to floating point argument x
nearbyintf - return nearest integer value to floating point argument x
nearbyintl - return nearest integer value to floating point argument x
New - creates a new layer with a separate shell
new_field - create a new field of a specified size and location
new_fieldtype - create a new field type
new_form - create a new form connected to the specified fields
new_item - create a new menu item
new_menu - create a menu connected to an item pointer array
new_page - indicate whether a field starts a new page
new_panel - create a panel associated with a window
Newlayer - creates a new layer without a separate shell
newpad - create and return a pointer to a new pad data structure with the specified number of lines and columns
newterm - enable output to more than one terminal
newwin - create a new window with the specified number of lines and columns
nextafter - return the next representable value in the specified format after x in the direction of y
nextafterf - return the next representable value in the specified format after x in the direction of y
nextafterl - return the next representable value in the specified format after x in the direction of y
nextkey - returns the next key in a database
nexttoward - return the next representable value in the specified format after x in the direction of y
nexttowardf - return the next representable value in the specified format after x in the direction of y
nexttowardl - return the next representable value in the specified format after x in the direction of y
nice - change priority of a process
nl - convert newline into carriage return and line feed on output and carriage return into newline on input
nl_ascxtime - converts a tm structure to a 26-character string
nl_cxtime - converts UNIX epoch time to local time
nl_cxtime, nl_ascxtime - format date and time
nl_fprintf - places output on the named output
nl_fscanf - reads from the named input
nl_init - initializes native language support operation
nl_langinfo - language information
nl_printf - places output on the standard output stream
nl_printf, nl_fprintf, nl_sprintf - formats native language output
nl_scanf - reads from the standard input stream
nl_scanf, nl_fscanf, nl_sscanf - converts formatted native language input
nl_sprintf - places ``output, '' in consecutive bytes
nl_sscanf - reads from the character string
nl_strcmp - compare native language strings
nl_strcmp, nl_strncmp - compare native language strings
nl_strncmp - compare native n language strings
nlist - get entries from name list
nocbreak - put terminal out of CBREAK mode
nocrmode - put terminal out of CBREAK mode
nodelay - make getch wait until a key is pressed, or not
noecho - control whether characters are echoed as they are typed
nonl - do not convert newline into carriage return and line feed on output nor carriage return into newline on input
noqiflush - do not flush input and output queues when INTR, QUIT, or SUSP is received
noraw - interpret control characters
notimeout - set a timer to detect function keys, or not
nrand48 - returns non-negative long integers
open - open for reading or writing
openagent - opens the control channel
openchan - opens the channel argument chan
opendir - opens a directory
openpl - opens plot device for writing
opensem - opens a semaphore
optarg - pointer to option argument
opterr - disables error message
optind - argv index of next argument to be processed
optopt - bad option character
overlay - copy an area of one window over another, non-destructively
overwrite - copy an area of one window over another, destructively
p2open, p2close - open, close pipes to and from a command
paccess - used in conjunction with ptrace for tracing a child process
pair_content - returns the definition of a color pair
panel_above - return pointer to the panel above the specified panel
panel_above: panel_above, panel_below - panels deck traversal primitives
panel_below - return pointer to the panel below the specified panel
panel_hidden - return TRUE if the specified panel is in the deck
panel_move: move_panel - move a panels window on the virtual screen
panel_new: new_panel, del_panel - create and destroy panels
panel_show: show_panel, hide_panel, panel_hidden - panels deck manipulation routines
panel_top: top_panel, bottom_panel - panels deck manipulation routines
panel_update: update_panels - panels virtual screen refresh routine
panel_userptr - return the user pointer of a panel
panel_userptr: set_panel_userptr, panel_userptr - associate application data with a panels panel
panel_window - return a pointer to a panel's associated window
panel_window: panel_window, replace_panel - get or set the current window of a panels panel
panels - character based panels package
passlen - determine minimum password length of an account
pathconf - get configurable pathname variables
pause - suspend process until signal
pb_check - check if paste buffer contains anything
pb_empty - clear out paste buffer and close it
pb_gbuf - read paste buffer file to buffer
pb_gets - read paste buffer file and convert to text
pb_name - get name for paste buffer file
pb_open - open or create a paste buffer file
pb_puts - output string to paste buffer in ADF format
pb_seek - seek to end of paste buffer and set for appending
pb_weof - output EOF to paste buffer and close file
pclose - returns exit status of command
pechochar - insert a character and refresh the screen
pechowchar - insert a character and refresh the screen
PEEKC - return the next character
perror - system error messages
pfmt - display an error message in standard format; called with a variable number of arguments
pfmt, vpfmt - display error message in standard format
pipe - create an interprocess channel
plock - lock process, text, or data in memory
plot - graphics interface subroutines
pnoutrefresh - refresh part of the screen for a specified pad
point - plots the point given by the next four bytes
poll - STREAMS input/output multiplexing
popen - creates pipe between calling program and command
popen, pclose - initiate a pipe to or from a process
pos_form_cursor - move the form window cursor for form processing
pos_menu_cursor - move the cursor in a menu
post_form - write a form into its associated subwindow
post_menu - write the menu to its subwindow
pow - power function
powf - power function
powl - power function
pown - power function
pownf - power function
pownl - power function
prefresh - refresh part of the screen for a specified pad
primary_auth - checks user's authorization against Protected Password entry
primary_of_secondary_auth - returns primary authorization name associated with secondary authorization
printf - place print output on standard output
printw - output string to stdscr
proctl - controls active processes or process groups
profil - execution time profile
psiginfo - produce system signal messages
psignal - produce system signal messages
psignal, psiginfo - system signal messages
ptrace - process trace
ptsname - get name of the slave pseudo-terminal
putc - writes character to output stream
putc, putchar, fputc, putw - put character or word on a stream
putchar - writes character to output stream
putdvagnam - rewrites or adds an entry to the database
putenv - change or add value to environment
putmsg - send a message on a stream
putp - output the specified string to stdout using putchar
putpmsg - send a message on a stream with priority control
putprdfnam - puts a new or replaced default control entry
putprfinam - puts a new or replaced file control entry
putprpwnam - writes new or replaced protected password entry to a file
putprtcnam - puts a new or replaced terminal control entry
putpwent - write password file entry
puts - writes null-terminated string to standard output stream
puts, fputs - put a string on a stream
putspent - write shadow password file entry
pututline - writes out supplied utmp structure to utmp -like file
pututxline - write the supplied utmpx structure into the utmpx file
putw - writes integer to output stream
putwc - put wide character on a stream
putwc, putwchar, fputwc - put wide character on a stream
putwchar - put wide character on a stream
putwin - write window-related data into a specified file
pw_idtoname - map between user IDs and names
pw_nametoid - map between user names and IDs
pw_nametoid, pw_idtoname, gr_nametoid, gr_idtoname - map between user and group names and IDs
qiflush - flush input and output queues when INTR, QUIT, or SUSP is received
qsort - quicker sort
raise - send signal to the execution program
rand - simple random-number generator
rand, srand - simple random-number generator
random - better random number generator
random, srandom, initstate, setstate - better random number generator; routines for changing generators
randomword - generate a pronounceable password
raw - pass control characters to the user program
rdchk - checks to see if there is data to be read
re_comp - compile regular expression
re_comp, re_exec - regular expression handler
re_exec - compare regular expressions
read - read from a file
read, readv - read from a file
read_pw_fields - get current field and flag information from protected password database
read_tc_fields - get current field and flag information from terminal control database
readdir - returns a pointer to the next active directory entry
readlink - reads a symbolic link
readv - read from a file using multiple buffers
realloc - change the size of a memory object
realpath - returns the real file name
redrawwin - indicate to curses that part of the window needs to be redrawn
refresh - copy the specified window to the terminal screen using stdscr as default
regcmp - compile a regular expression
regcmp, regex - compiles and executes regular expressions
regcomp - compile regular expression held in pattern
regcomp, regexec, regerror, regfree - regular expression matching
regerror - generate verbal error messages from error codes
regex - execute a compiled regular expression against a string
regexec - compare string with compiled regular expression
regexp - regular expression compile and match routines
regfree - free memory allocated by regcomp
remainder - return floating point remainder of division of x by y
remainder, remquo - remainder functions
remainderf - return floating point remainder of division of x by y
remainderl - return floating point remainder of division of x by y
remove - removes filename
remque - remove an entry from a queue
remquo - return floating point remainder of division of x by y
remquof - return floating point remainder of division of x by y
remquol - return floating point remainder of division of x by y
rename - changes filename
replace_file - perform a database update using transition file names
replace_panel - replace a panel's associated window
reset_prog_mode - restore the terminal to ``program'' state (in curses)
reset_shell_mode - restore the terminal to ``shell'' state (out of curses)
resetty - restore the state of the terminal modes from the last call to save tty
Reshape - reshapes the layer
restartterm - reset the terminal-dependent variables to saved values
RETURN - returns pointer argument at exit of compile routine
rewind - sets position of next I/O operation but does not return a value
rewinddir - resets the named directory stream to the beginning of the directory
rindex - character string operation
rint - return nearest integer value to floating point argument x
rint, lrint, llrint, round, lround, llround, trunc - nearest integer value, rounding and truncation functions
rintf - return nearest integer value to floating point argument x
rintl - return nearest integer value to floating point argument x
ripoffline - remove line from the top or bottom of the screen
rmdir - remove a directory
round - return the rounded integer value of x
roundf - return the rounded integer value of x
roundl - return the rounded integer value of x
Routines - List of all system service (S-osr5) section routines
run_crypt - encrypts data using /bin/crypt connection
run_setkey - creates encryption key for /bin/crypt connection
Runlayer - runs specified command in layer
rusage - structure used with getrusage(S-osr5)
S_ISBLK - determines if file is a block special file
S_ISCHR - determines if file is a character special file
S_ISDIR - determines if file is a directory
S_ISFIFO - determines if file is a first-in, first-out (FIFO)
S_ISNAM - determines if file is a special named file
S_ISREG - determines if file is a regular file
savetty - save the state of the terminal modes
sbrk - add bytes to the break value
sc_copyscstate - copies the scancode state from one tty to another
sc_exit - restores scancode terminal mode and tty settings
sc_getfkeystr - gets scancode key string
sc_getinfo - returns scancode information
sc_getkbmap - returns pointer to scancode sc_bitmap structure
sc_getkeymap - returns the current active scancode keymap table
sc_getled - gets current scancode keyboard LED state
sc_getscreenswitch - gets scancode screen switch keys
sc_init - scancode Application Programming Interface (API) initialization and internal administration functions
sc_kb2mapcode - maintains the state of the scancode keyboard
sc_mapcode2kb - gets scancode from mapcode
sc_mapcode2str - gets scancode map string
sc_mapin - initializes scancode translation tables
sc_mapinit - saves for scancode mapping functions
sc_mapout - gets scancode mapped output string
sc_raw - turns off scancode translation and returns the original mode
sc_readkb - scancode translation functions
sc_readmapcode - returns the next input mapcode
sc_readstr - read scancode character(s)
sc_receive_kb - maintains scancode sc_bitmap structure
sc_setfkeystr - sets scancode key string
sc_setinfo - sets scancode information from input parameter
sc_setkeymap - sets the current active scancode keymap table
sc_setled - sets the scancode keyboard LED state
sc_setscreenswitch - sets scancode screen switch keys
sc_str2kb - gets scancode keytop string
sc_unraw - turns on scancode translation and returns the original mode
scalb - manipulate floating-point numbers
scalbf - manipulate floating-point numbers
scalbl - manipulate floating-point numbers
scalbln - scalbln function
scalblnf - scalbln function
scalblnl - scalbln function
scalbn - scalbn function
scalbnf - scalbn function
scalbnl - scalbn function
scale_form - return the smallest window size for a form's subwindow
scale_menu - returns the minimum size needed by the subwindow of a menu
scanf - convert formatted input read from the standard input stream
scanw - read formatted input from standard input
sched_get_priority_max - get the maximum priority
sched_get_priority_max, sched_get_priority_min - get the maximum/minimum priority
sched_get_priority_min - get the minimum priority
sched_getparam - get scheduling parameters
sched_getscheduler - get scheduling policy
sched_rr_get_interval - get time limit for currently running process
sched_setparam - set scheduling parameters
sched_setscheduler - set scheduling policy
sched_yield - yield processor
scr_dump - write the contents of the virtual screen to a specified file
scr_init - initialize the curses data structures for the screen with the contents of the specified file
scr_restore - restore the virtual screen using the contents of the specified screen dump file
scr_set - combine the functions of scr_restore and scr_init
scrl - scroll lines up or down on the screen
scroll - scroll the window up one line
scrollok - scroll up when cursor would go off the bottom of the screen
sdenter - access shared data segment
sdenter, sdleave - synchronizes access to a shared data segment
sdfree - detaches a shared data segment
sdget - attaches a shared data segment
sdget, sdfree - attaches and detaches a shared data segment.
sdgetv - returns version number of shared data segment
sdgetv, sdwaitv - synchronizes shared data access
sdleave - modify shared data segment
sdwaitv - synchronizes shared data access
secondary_auth - checks secondary authorization against Protected Password entry
sed - reserved external variable
seed48 - invokes initialization entry points
seed: get_seed, set_seed - obtain or set seed for random number generator
seekdir - sets the position of the next readdir operation
select - synchronous I/O multiplexing
sem_close - close a named semaphore
sem_destroy - destroy an unnamed semaphore
sem_getvalue - get the value of a semaphore
sem_init - initialize an unnamed semaphore
sem_open - initialize/open a named semaphore
sem_post - unlock a semaphore
sem_trywait - conditionally lock a semaphore
sem_unlink - remove a named semaphore
sem_wait - lock a semaphore
sem_wait, sem_trywait - lock a semaphore
semctl - semaphore control operations
semget - get set of semaphores
semop - semaphore operations
set_auth_parameters - retain IDs for future lookup
set_current_field - set the current field number of the form
set_current_item - set current menu item
set_curterm - set the variable cur_term
set_field_back - set the background attribute of a field
set_field_buffer - set the value of a buffer for a field
set_field_fore - set the foreground attribute of a field
set_field_init - assign an application-defined function to be called after a form is posted
set_field_just - set justification for a field
set_field_opts - set the specified options and turn off all others
set_field_pad - set the pad character attribute of a field
set_field_status - set the status flag for a field
set_field_term - assign an application-defined function to be called before a form is posted
set_field_type - set a field to a specified field type
set_field_userptr - set the field's user pointer
set_fieldtype_arg - connect arguments to a field type
set_fieldtype_choice - associate application-defined functions with a field type
set_form_fields - connect new fields to a form and disconnect any original fields
set_form_init - assign an application-defined initialization function for a form
set_form_opts - turn on the specified options and turn the others off
set_form_page - set the page number of the form
set_form_sub - set the subwindow for a form
set_form_term - assign an application-defined termination function for a form
set_form_userptr - set the user pointer of a form
set_form_win - set the window for a form
set_item_init - set menu-item initiation function
set_item_opts - turn on specified item options and turn off the others
set_item_term - set menu-item termination function
set_item_userptr - set an item's user pointer
set_item_value - set the select value of an item in a multivalued menu
set_max_field - set the the maximum field size for a field
set_menu_back - set the background attribute of a menu
set_menu_fore - set the foreground attribute of a menu
set_menu_format - limits the number of rows and columns that can be displayed
set_menu_grey - set the ``grey'' attribute of a menu
set_menu_init - set menu initiation function
set_menu_items - connect an item pointer array to a menu
set_menu_mark - mark a menu with the specified mark string
set_menu_opts - set the specified menu options and turn off all others
set_menu_pad - set the pad character of a menu item
set_menu_pattern - set the menu pattern buffer to the specified pattern
set_menu_sub - set the subwindow for a specified menu
set_menu_term - set menu termination function
set_menu_userptr - set the menu's user pointer
set_menu_win - set the window for a specified menu
set_new_page - start a new page on a form
set_panel_userptr - set the user pointer of a panel
set_seed - set seed for random number generator
set_term - replaced by setupterm
set_top_row - set current menu top row
setbuf - assign buffer to a stream
setbuf, setvbuf - assign buffering to a stream
setcat - define default catalog
setcontext - set current user context
setdvagent - sets device assignment database back to first entry
setegid - set effective group IDs
seteuid - set effective user IDs
setgid - set group IDs
setgrent - rewinds the group file to allow repeated searches
setgroups - set supplementary group ID's
setitimer - sets the specified interval timer
setjmp - saves stack environment
setjmp, longjmp - non-local goto
setkey - creates encryption key
setlabel - define the label for pfmt
setlocale - set or read international environment
setluid - set login user ID
setpgid - set process group ID for job control
setpgrp - set process group ID
setprdfent - rewinds default control file to allow repeated searches
setprfient - rewinds file control file to allow repeated searches
setpriority - set priority of listed processes
setpriv - set system privileges for this process
setprpwent - rewinds protected password files to allow repeated searches
setprtcent - rewinds terminal control file to allow repeated searches
setpwent - rewinds password file to allow repeated searches
setregid - set real and effective group IDs
setreuid - set real and effective user IDs
setrlimit - set maximum system resource consumption
setscrreg - set scrolling region
setsid - create session and set process ID
setspent - rewind shadow password file to allow repeated searches
setstate - switch between state arrays
setsyx - move the virtual screen cursor to the saved co-ordinates
setterm - define the terminal-dependent variables (older command)
settimeofday - set system date and time
setuid - set user IDs
setuid, setgid, seteuid, setegid, setreuid, setregid - set user and groupIDs
setupterm - define the terminal-dependent variables
setutent - resets input stream
setutxent - reset the utmpx file
setvbuf - assign buffer after a stream has been opened
sgetl - gets long integer data from memory
shmat - attaches shared memory segment
shmctl - shared memory control operations
shmdt - detaches shared memory segment
shmget - get shared memory segment identifier
shmop: shmat, shmdt - shared memory operations
show_panel - show the specified panel
sigaction - detailed signal management
sigaddset - add a signal to the existing signal set
sigaltstack - set or get signal alternate stack context
sigdelset - remove a signal from the existing signal set
sigemptyset - initialize the signal set to include no signals
sigfillset - initialize the signal set to include all signals
sighold - holds a signal until released or discarded
sigignore - sets the action for signal to SIG_IGN
siginterrupt - allow signals to interrupt system calls
sigismember - test if a signal is in the existing signal set
siglongjmp - restores last saved environment
signal - set a signal action
signbit - determines whether the sign of x is negative
signgam - storage for sign for lgamma and tgamma
sigpause - suspends the calling process until it receives a signal
sigpending - examine pending signals
sigprocmask - change and/or examine blocked signals.
sigrelse - release a held signal
sigsem - signals a process waiting on a semaphore
sigsend - send a signal to processes
sigsend, sigsendset - send a signal to a process or a group of processes
sigsendset - send a signal to processes
sigset - specifies signal action to be taken
sigset, sighold, sigrelse, sigignore, sigpause - signal management routines
sigsetjmp - saves stack environment
sigsetjmp, siglongjmp - non-local jumps
sigstack - set and/or get signal stack context
sigsuspend - wait for signal(s)
sin - return the sine of an argument in radians
sin, cos, tan, asin, acos, atan, atan2 - trigonometric functions
sinf - return the sine of an argument in radians
sinh - return hyperbolic sine of argument
sinh, cosh, tanh, asinh, acosh, atanh - return hyperbolic and inverse hyperbolic sine, cosine and tangent of argument
sinhf - return hyperbolic sine of argument
sinhl - return hyperbolic sine of argument
sinl - return the sine of an argument in radians
sisinit - test for initial multibyte conversion state
sleep - suspend execution for interval
slk_attroff - turn off the specified character attributes for soft labels
slk_attron - turn on the specified character attributes for soft labels
slk_attrset - set the specified character attributes for soft labels
slk_clear - clear soft labels from the screen
slk_init - initialize the screen to allow soft key display
slk_label - return the current label for the specified soft key
slk_noutrefresh - copy soft labels to virtual screen
slk_refresh - copy soft labels from virtual to physical screen
slk_restore - restore soft labels to the screen
slk_set - define labels for up to eight soft function keys
slk_touch - force the output of all soft labels by the next slk_noutrefresh
smp_audit_fail - write audit record
smp_check_pw - check user-supplied password
smp_check_user - register login or password change to be performed
smp_generate_pw - provide a password
smp_get_messages - return login messages
smp_pw_change - check user authorization to change password
smp_pw_choice - check password types
smp_set_identity - set user identity
smp_set_pw - verify password and update authentication databases
smp_try_pw - check user password syntax and guessability
snprintf - place print output up to n chars in character array
space - allocates space for plotting area
sprintf - place print output in character array
sputl - puts long integer data in memory
sputl, sgetl - access long integer data in a machine-independent fashion
sqrt - square root function
sqrtf - square root function
sqrtl - square root function
srand - reset random-number generator
srand48 - invokes initialization entry points
srandom - seed the better random number generator
sscanf - convert formatted input read from a character string
ssignal - returns action established by signal type
ssignal, gsignal - software signals
standend - turn off all attributes
standout - turn on the best highlighting attributes
start_color - initialize the basic colors and the color global variables
starting_egid - returns the effective GID
starting_euid - returns the effective UID
starting_luid - returns the login UID
starting_rgid - returns the real GID
starting_ruid - returns the real UID
stat - returns information about named file
stat, fstat, lstat, statlstat - returns file status
statfs - get file system information
statfs, fstatfs - get file system information
statlstat - returns information about a symbolic link or a named file
statvfs - report on a filesystem
statvfs, fstatvfs - get filesystem information
stderr - standard error file
stdin - standard input file
stdio - standard buffered input/output package
stdout - standard output file
step - steps through string argument and returns advance
stime - set time
stopio - stop further I/O to an open file
store - places data under a key
store_pw_fields - add field and flag information to protected password database
store_tc_fields - add field and flag information to protected password database
str: strfind, strrspn, strtrns - string manipulations
strcasecmp - string operations
strcasecmp, strncasecmp - case-insensitive string comparisons
strcat - appends a copy of string s2 to the end of string s1
strccpy, strcadd, strecpy, streadd - copy strings, compressing or expanding escape codes
strchr - returns pointer to first character c in string s
strcmp - compares its arguments and returns an integer
strcoll - used to collate two strings
strcoll, strncoll, strnxfrm, strxfrm - handles collation of strings
strcpy - copies string s2 to s1
strcspn - returns length of initial segment of string s1
strdup - returns pointer to duplicate of string pointed to by s1
strerror - gets error message pointer from last routine call error
strftime - convert date and time to string
strftime, cftime, ascftime - convert date and time to string
string: strcat, strchr, strcmp, strcpy, strcspn, strdup, strlen, strncat, strncmp, strncpy, strpbrk, strrchr, strspn, strstr, strtok - string operations
strlcat - size-bounded string concatenation
strlcpy - size-bounded string copying
strlcpy, strlcat - size-bounded string copying and concatenation
strlen - returns the number of characters in s
strncasecmp - string operations
strncat - appends at most n characters
strncmp - compares its arguments to maximum of n characters
strncoll - collates two strings until nth character is reached
strncpy - copies exactly n characters
strnxfrm - transforms at most n characters in the from string
strpbrk - returns pointer to first character s1 from string s2
strptime - date and time conversion
strrchr - returns pointer to last character c from string s
strspn - returns segment length of string s1 from string s2
strstr - finds the first occurrence in string s1 of string s2
strtod - convert string to double-precision number
strtok - returns a pointer to the first character after a token
strtol - convert string to integer
strtoul - convert a string to an unsigned long integer
strxfrm - transforms the string from
subpad - create and return a pointer to a new subwindow with the specified number of lines and columns
subsystems - manipulation routines for Subsystems database
subwin - create a subwindow at a location relative to the screen
suds_aioinfo - return asynchronous I/O status information
suds_lock - obtain a spin lock
suds_lockinit - initialize a spin lock
suds_lockstate - return the status of a spin lock
suds_locktry - obtain a spin lock without spinning
suds_shmat - shared memory operations
suds_unlock - release a spin lock previously obtained by suds_lock or suds_try
swab - swap bytes
swapcontext - saves and resets current context
swprintf - place wide/multibyte character output in character array
swscanf - read from a wide character string
symlink - creates symbolic link to a file
sync - update super block
syncok - specify whether to call wysncup automatically
sysconf - get configurable system variables
sysfs - get file system type information
sysi86 - machine-specific functions
system - issue a shell command
tam - TAM transition libraries
tan - return the tangent of an argument in radians
tanf - return the tangent of an argument in radians
tanh - return hyperbolic tangent of argument
tanhf - return hyperbolic tangent of argument
tanhl - return hyperbolic tangent of argument
tanl - return the tangent of an argument in radians
tc_getent: tgetent, tgetflag, tgetnum, tgetstr, tgoto, tputs - termcap database emulation
tcdrain - wait until all output has been transmitted
tcdrain, tcflow, tcflush, tcsendbreak - line control functions
tcflow - suspend transmission or reception of data
tcflush - discard all data not written or read
tcgetattr - gets the fildes object parameters
tcgetattr, tcsetattr - state functions
tcgetpgrp - gets process group ID for tty foreground process
tcgetpgrp, tcsetpgrp - process group id functions
tcsendbreak - transmit zero-valued bits for specified duration
tcsetattr - sets the fildes object parameters
tcsetpgrp - sets the foreground process ID group
tdelete - deletes a node from a binary search tree
telldir - returns current location associated with named directory stream
tempnam - creates a filename in a named directory
termattrs - return video attributes supported by the terminal
termcap - perform terminal functions
terminfo - curses interfaces to terminfo database
termios: tcgetattr, tcsetattr, tcsendbreak, tcdrain, tcflush, tcflow, cfgetospeed, cfgetispeed, cfsetispeed, cfsetospeed, tcgetpgrp, tcsetpgrp, tcgetsid - general terminal interface
termname - return the environmental variable TERM, truncated
tfind - searches for a datum in the tree and returns a pointer
tgamma - gamma function
tgammaf - gamma function
tgammal - gamma function
tgetent - look up the termcap entry for name
tgetflag - get the boolean entry for id
tgetnum - get the numeric entry for id
tgetstr - get the string entry for id
tgoto - instantiate the parameters into the given capability
tigetflag - check whether capname is boolean
tigetnum - check whether capname is numeric
tigetstr - check whether capname is string
time - return time
time, ftime - return time
timeout - set blocking or nonblocking read for the default window
timer_create - create a per-process timer
timer_delete - delete a per process timer
timer_getoverrun - return timer overrun count
timer_gettime - get process timer
timer_settime - set process timer
timer_settime, timer_gettime, timer_getoverrun - per-process timers
times - get process and child process times
timezone - difference in seconds between UTC and local time zone
tmpfile - create a temporary file
tmpnam - creates a filename using the path-prefix
tmpnam, tempnam - create a name for a temporary file
toascii - convert integer to a 7-bit ASCII character
toascii, todigit, toint, tolower, _tolower, toupper, _toupper - routines used to translate characters
todigit - convert integer to a digit (0 - 9)
toint - convert character to an integer
tolower - converts character to lowercase
Top - moves layer to top of overlapping layers
top_panel - put a panel on top of the deck
top_row - return current menu top row
total_auths - returns the number of recognized primary and secondary authorizations
touchline - mark lines on the screen as having changed
touchwin - mark the the entire screen as having changed
toupper - converts character to uppercase
towlower - translate uppercase wide-character code to lowercase
towlower, towupper - translate wide-character code to lowercase or uppercase
towupper - translate lowercase wide-character code to uppercase
tparm - fill in the terminfo capability str with parameters file
tputs - pad and output the specified string using putc
track - track mouse motion
trunc - return the truncated integer value of x
truncate - set a file to a specified length
truncate, ftruncate - set a file to a specified length
truncf - return the truncated integer value of x
truncl - return the truncated integer value of x
tsearch - builds and accesses search tree
tsearch, tfind, tdelete, twalk - manage binary search trees
ttyname - get terminal device pathname
ttyname, isatty - get name of a terminal
ttyname_r - store terminal device pathname
ttyslot - find the slot in the utmp file of the current user
twalk - traverses a binary search tree
typeahead - look for typeahead characters while updating the screen
tzname - contains time zone names
tzset - changes values of time variables
uadmin - administrative control
ualarm - set the interval timer
ulckpwdf - unlock the shadow password file
ulimit - get and set user limits
umask - set and get file creation mask
umount - unmount a file system
uname - get name of current system
unctrl - expand a specified character to a printable representation of that character
undial - close a terminal line
unexecseg - makes a data region returned by execseg non-executable
UNGETC - returns argument c on call to GETC() or PEEKC()
ungetc - push character back into input stream
ungetch - return a character to the input queue, to be reread from the terminal associated with the window.
ungetwc - push wide-character code back into input stream
ungetwch - take a wchar_t character from the default window and put it back onto the input queue
unlink - remove directory entry
unlockpt - unlock a pseudo-terminal master/slave pair
unpost_form - erase a form from its associated subwindow
unpost_menu - remove the menu from its subwindow
untouchwin - mark the the entire screen as not having changed
update_panels - update the display of panels
updwtmp - update the wtmp and wtmpx files
updwtmpx - update the wtmp and wtmpx files
use_env - specify whether to use the environment variables for the number of lines and columns
usersgroups - get users groups
usleep - suspend execution for an interval
ustat - get file system statistics
utime - set file access and modification times
utimes - set file times
utmpname - allows the user to change the name of the file examined
utmpxname - use a different utmpx file for input
va_alist - denotes an old-style variable argument list
va_arg - gets next arg on variable list
va_dcl - declares va_alist
va_end - ends variable list
va_list - declares a variable used to traverse the argument list
va_start - initializes variable list
varargs, stdarg - variable argument list
vfork - spawn new process in a virtual memory efficient way
vfprintf - place print output on strm
vfscanf - convert formatted input read from a named stream
vfwprintf - place wide/multibyte character output on strm
vfwscanf - read multibyte characters from strm
vidattr - display the specified characters with video attributes via putchar
vidputs - display the specified characters with video attributes via putc
vldldptr - verify ldptr structure on linked list
vline - draws a vertical line on the standard screen.
vpfmt - display an error message in standard format; called with an argument list
vprintf - place print output on standard output
vscanf - convert formatted input read from the standard input stream
vsnprintf - place print output up to n chars in character array
vsprintf - place print output in character array
vsscanf - convert formatted input read from a character string
vswprintf - place wide/multibyte character output in character array
vswscanf - read from a wide character string
vwprintf - place wide/multibyte character output on standard output
vwprintw - output string to stdscr using variable argument list
vwscanf - read multibyte characters from standard input
vwscanw - read formatted input from the specified window using a variable argument list
waddch - place a character in the specified window and advance the cursor
waddchnstr - write up to n characters into the specified window
waddchstr - write a character string into the specified window
waddnstr - write up to n characters of a character string to the specified window
waddnwstr - write up to n elements of a character string with attributes to the specified window
waddstr - write a character string to the specified window
waddwch - write a character and attributes to the specified window
waddwchnstr - write up to n of a string of characters with attributes to the specified window
waddwchstr - write a string of characters with attributes to the window
waddwstr - write a character string with attributes to the specified window
wait - wait for child process to stop or terminate
wait3 - wait for a child process to terminate or stop
waitid - wait for child process to change state
waitpid - wait for child process to change state
waitsem - gives access to a semaphore-governed resource
waitsem, nbwaitsem - awaits and checks access to a semaphore-governed resource
wattroff - turn off the specified attributes in the specified window
wattron - turn on the specified attributes in the specified window
wattrset - set the specified attributes in the specified window to attrs
wbkgd - combine a new background with every position on the specified window
wbkgdset - set the background of the specified window
wborder - draws a border around the edges of a specified window
wclear - copy blanks to every position in the specified window, and call clearok
wclrtobot - erase all lines below the cursor and the line to the right of the cursor, in the specified window
wclrtoeol - erase the current line to the right of the cursor, inclusive, in the specified window
wcmd - output null-terminated string to command entry/echo line
wcreate - create a window
wcrtomb - convert a wide character to a multibyte character (restartable)
wcscat, wcsncat - concatenate two wide character strings
wcschr - scan wide character string for wide-character code
wcschr, wcsrchr, wcspbrk, wcswcs - wide character string scanning operation
wcscmp - compare two wide character strings
wcscoll - wide character string comparison using collating information
wcscoll, wcscmp, wcsncmp - compare two wide character strings
wcscpy - copy a wide character string
wcscpy, wcsncpy - copy a wide character string
wcscspn - get length of complementary wide substring
wcsftime - convert data and time to wide character string
wcslen - get wide character string length
wcslen, wcsspn, wcscspn - get wide character string length
wcsncat - concatenate part of a wide character string to another
wcsncmp - compare part of two wide character strings
wcsncpy - copy part of a wide character string
wcspbrk - scan wide character string for wide-character code
wcsrchr - scan wide character string for wide-character code
wcsrtombs - convert a string of wide characters to multibyte characters in a specified shift state
wcsspn - get length of wide substring
wcsstr - find wide substring
wcstod - convert wide character string to double-precision number
wcstod, wcstol, wcstoul - convert wide character string to number
wcstok - split wide character string into tokens
wcstol - convert wide character string to long integer
wcstombs - convert a string of wide characters to multibyte characters
wcstoul - convert wide character string to unsigned long integer
wcswcs - find wide substring
wcswidth - determine number of column positions of a wide character string
wcsxfrm - transform wide character string
wctob - wide character to byte conversion
wctomb - convert a wide character to a multibyte character
wctype - define character class
wcursyncup - synchronize the cursor position of a window's ancestors with that of the window
wcwidth - determine number of column positions of a wide-character code
wcwidth, wcswidth - determine number of column positions of a wide-character code or string
wdelch - delete the character at the cursor in the specified window
wdelete - delete a window
wdeleteln - delete the line at the cursor in the specified window
wechochar - place a character in the specified window and advance the cursor and refresh the screen
wechowchar - write a character and attributes to the specified window, then refresh it
werase - copy blanks to every position in the specified window
wexit - reset parameters set by winit and exit
wgetc - get character from window
wgetch - read a character from the terminal associated with the specified window.
wgetmouse - return mouse status
wgetnstr - get up to n characters from the keyboard and write them to the specified window
wgetnwstr - get up to n characters with attributes from the keyboard and write them to the specified window
wgetpos - get current cursor position in specified window
wgetsel - return currently selected window
wgetstat - return information in WSTAT for specified window
wgetstr - get characters from the keyboard and write them to the specified window
wgetwch - get a character from the keyboard associated with the specified window, convert it to a wchar_t character, and return it
wgetwstr - get a string of characters with attributes from the keyboard and write them to the specified window
wgoto - move window's cursor to specific row and column
whline - draws a horizontal line in a specified window
wicoff - turn icon off
wicon - turn icon on
widest_auth - returns longest authorization string name
winch - get a character and its attributes from the specified window
winchnstr - get up to n characters of type chtype from the specified window
winchstr - get a character string of type chtype from the specified window
wind - place window on screen
winit - set up process for window access
winnstr - get up to n characters from the specified window
winnwstr - get string of up to n wchar_t characters without attributes from the specified window
winsch - insert a character on the specified window
winsdelln - insert or delete the line at the cursor in the specified window
winsertln - insert a blank line above the cursor in the specified window
winsnstr - insert up to n characters on the specified window
winsnwstr - insert up to n wchar_t characters in the specified window
winsstr - insert a character string on the specified window
winstr - get a character string from the specified window
winswch - insert a wchar_t character on the specified window
winswstr - insert a string of wchar_t characters in the specified window
winwch - get a character with attributes from the specified window
winwchnstr - return up to n wchar_t characters from the specified window
winwchstr - return a string of wchar_t characters from the specified window
winwstr - get string of wchar_t characters without attributes from the specified window
wlabel - output null-terminated string to window label line
wmove - move the cursor to the specified co-ordinates in the specified window
wndelay - set no delay input mode
wnl - turn on/off mapping NL into CR/NL on output
wnoutrefresh - allow multiple updates to the physical terminal screen
wordexp - perform word expansions
wordexp, wordfree - perform word expansions
wordfree - free memory allocated by wordexp
wpostwait - called by a parent process to reverse effects of wprexec
wprexec - called by child process to prepare to take window after fork
wprintf - print to specified window
wprintw - output string to specified window
wprompt - output null-terminated string to prompt line
wputc - output specified character to specified window
wputs - output specified character string to specified window
wrastop - pixel raster operations
wreadmouse - get mouse state
wredrawln - indicate to curses the lines that need to be redrawn
wrefresh - copy the specified window to the physical terminal screen
write - write to a file
write, writev - write to a file
write_authorizations - updates the Subsystem database
writev - write to a file using multiple buffers
wscanf - read multibyte characters from standard input
wscanw - read formatted input from the specified window
wscrl - scroll lines up or down in the specified window
wselect - select specified window as current window
wsetmouse - set up parameters associated with mouse
wsetscrreg - set scrolling region in the specified window
wsetstat - change parameters in WSTAT for specified window
wslk - output a null-terminated string to a screen labeled key
wstandend - turn off all attributes in the specified window
wstandout - turn on the best highlighting attributes in the specified window
wsyncdown - synchronize the status of a window with that of its ancestors
wsyncup - synchronize the status of a window's ancestors with that of the window
wtimeout - set blocking or nonblocking read for the specified window
wtouchln - specify whether the specified lines in the specified window appear touched or untouched
wuser - write the user line of the window
wvline - draws a vertical line in a specified window
xlist - gets name list entries from file
xlist, fxlist - gets name list entries from files
y0 - Bessel functions
y1 - Bessel functions
yn - Bessel functions