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COMPATS5(3)									      COMPATS5(3)

NAME
       memccpy,  memchr, memcmp, memcpy, memset, strchr, strrchr, tempnam, tmpfile, tmpnam - Sys-
       tem V compatibility routines

SYNOPSIS
       char *memccpy(from, to, ch, count)
       char *from, *to;
       int ch, count;

       char *memchr(str, ch, count)
       char *str;
       int ch, count;

       int memcmp(str1, str2, count)
       char *str1, *str2;
       int count;

       char *memcpy(from, to, count)
       char *from, to;
       int count;

       char *memset(str, ch, count)
       char *str;
       int ch, count;

       char *strchr(str, ch);
       char *str;
       int ch;

       char *tempnam(tmpdir, prefix)
       char *tmpdir, *prefix;

       char *tmpfile()

       char *tmpnam(str)
       char *str;

COMMENT
       The #defines P_tmpdir and L_tmpnam, used by the routines tempnam, tmpfile, and tmpnam  are
       not available in <stdio.h>.  If the code requires them, just use:

       #include <sys/param.h>
       #define	 P_tmpdir  "/usr/tmp" #define	L_tmpnam  MAXPATHLEN

       Also,  note  that  the  caveat  in the System V manual page that these functions can start
       recycling previously used names is untrue in this system.

DESCRIPTION
       The above routines are available and behave as in System V.

       strchr() and strrchr() are simply an alternate entry  points  into  index()  and  rindex()
       respectively.

4.4 Berkeley Distribution		 January 12, 1996			      COMPATS5(3)
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