hostnm - get name of current host
integer function hostnm (name)
This function puts the name of the current host into character string name. The return value should be 0; any other value indicates an
SEE ALSO gethostname(2)4.2 Berkeley Distribution May 15, 1985 HOSTNM(3F)
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stat, lstat, fstat - get file status
integer function stat (name, statb)
integer function lstat (name, statb)
integer function fstat (lunit, statb)
These routines return detailed information about a file. Stat and lstat return information about file name; fstat returns information
about the file associated with fortran logical unit lunit. The order and meaning of the information returned in array statb is as
described for the structure stat under stat(2). The ``spare'' values are not included.
The value of either function will be zero if successful; an error code otherwise.
SEE ALSO stat(2), access(3F), perror(3F), time(3F)BUGS
Pathnames can be no longer than MAXPATHLEN as defined in <sys/param.h>.
4.2 Berkeley Distribution May 15, 1985 STAT(3F)
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