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nfcomment - a user interface to the notesfile system
nfcomment ( notesfile, text, title, dirflag, anonflag )
char *nfname, *text, *title;
cc ... -lnfcom
Nfcomment provides user programs with the ability to insert notes into a notesfile.
The note is inserted into the notesfile specified by nfname. Text is the address of the
body of the note; this must be null-terminated. If text is NULL, the note is gathered
from standard input until an EOF is encountered. The note is entered with the title spec-
ified by the title parameter. If the dirflag or anonflag parameters are non-zero, the
director message is enabled or the note is entered anonymously. These take effect only if
the user has the appropriate priviledges in the notesfile.
Nfpipe is used to make the actual insertion of the text.
/usr/lib/libnfcom.a -lnfcom library
nfpipe(1), notes(1), popen(3S), system(3),
The Notesfile Reference Manual
Ray Essick (uiucdcs!essick, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Department of Computer Science
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Rob Kolstad (kolstad@convex.UUCP)
CONVEX Computer Corporation
University of Illinois NFCOMMENT(3)
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