04-28-2020
Does AT&T still develop UNIX? There is no information about this at all
Hello,
I have the question if AT&T still develops/maintains/updates UNIX. There is absolutely no information on this in the web so i thought this is the right place to ask.
I know that oracle makes Solaris which is from System V from original UNIX from bell labs. But does AT&T and bell labs still maintain it
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abs(3) Library Functions Manual abs(3)
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NAME
abs, div, labs, ldiv - Computes absolute value and division of integers
LIBRARY
Standard C Library (libc.a)
SYNOPSIS
#include <stdlib.h>
int abs (
int i );
long labs (
long i );
div_t div (
int numerator ,
int denominator);
ldiv_t ldiv (
long numerator,
long denominator);
PARAMETERS
For abs(), specifies some integer. For labs(), specifies some long integer. For div(), specifies some integer. For ldiv(), specifies
some long integer. For div(), specifies some integer. For ldiv(), specifies some long integer.
DESCRIPTION
The abs() function returns the absolute value of its integer operand.
The div() function computes the quotient and remainder of the division of the numerator numerator by the denominator denominator. If the
division is inexact, the sign of the resulting quotient is that of the algebraic quotient, and the magnitude of the resulting quotient is
the largest integer less than the magnitude of the algebraic quotient. If the result cannot be represented (for example, if the denominator
is 0), the behavior is undefined. The div() function returns a value of type div_t, comprising both the quotient and the remainder.
The labs() and ldiv() functions perform the same functions as abs() and div() respectively, but accept long integers rather than integers
as parameters. The ldiv() function returns a value of type ldiv_t, comprising both the quotient and the remainder.
NOTES
The abs(), labs(), div(), and ldiv() functions are supported for multithreaded applications.
A two's-complement integer can hold a negative number whose absolute value is too large for the integer to hold. When given this largest
negative value, the abs() function returns the same value. Full use
RETURN VALUES
The abs() function and labs() function return the absolute value of their arguments.
The div() function returns a value of type div_t and the ldiv() function returns a value of type ldiv_t.
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