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asxprintf(3) [mojave man page]

XPRINTF(3)						   BSD Library Functions Manual 						XPRINTF(3)

NAME
asxprintf, dxprintf, fxprintf, sxprintf, xprintf, vasxprintf, vdxprintf, vfxprintf, vsxprintf, vxprintf -- extensible printf SYNOPSIS
#include <printf.h> int asxprintf(char ** restrict ret, printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, ...); int dxprintf(int fd, printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, ...); int fxprintf(FILE * restrict stream, printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, ...); int sxprintf(char * restrict str, size_t size, printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, ...); int xprintf(printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, ...); #include <stdarg.h> int vasxprintf(char ** restrict ret, printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, va_list ap); int vdxprintf(int fd, printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, va_list ap); int vfxprintf(FILE * restrict stream, printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, va_list ap); int vsxprintf(char * restrict str, size_t size, printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, va_list ap); int vxprintf(printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, va_list ap); DESCRIPTION
These extensible printf (see xprintf(5)) variants behave like their normal printf counterparts (see printf(3)) without 'x' in the name (except sxprintf() and vsxprintf() behave like snprintf() and vsnprintf(), respectively). The domain argument must be a pointer to a printf domain structure, as returned by one of the functions described in xprintf_domain(3). The loc argument should be an extended locale (see xlocale(3)) or NULL, which means to use the current locale in effect (either the per-thread locale if set, or the global locale by default). SEE ALSO
printf(3), xlocale(3), xprintf_domain(3), xprintf(5) Darwin Aug 19, 2012 Darwin

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XPRINTF(3)						   BSD Library Functions Manual 						XPRINTF(3)

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asxprintf, dxprintf, fxprintf, sxprintf, xprintf, vasxprintf, vdxprintf, vfxprintf, vsxprintf, vxprintf -- extensible printf SYNOPSIS
#include <printf.h> int asxprintf(char ** restrict ret, printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, ...); int dxprintf(int fd, printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, ...); int fxprintf(FILE * restrict stream, printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, ...); int sxprintf(char * restrict str, size_t size, printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, ...); int xprintf(printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, ...); #include <stdarg.h> int vasxprintf(char ** restrict ret, printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, va_list ap); int vdxprintf(int fd, printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, va_list ap); int vfxprintf(FILE * restrict stream, printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, va_list ap); int vsxprintf(char * restrict str, size_t size, printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, va_list ap); int vxprintf(printf_domain_t restrict domain, locale_t restrict loc, const char * restrict format, va_list ap); DESCRIPTION
These extensible printf (see xprintf(5)) variants behave like their normal printf counterparts (see printf(3)) without 'x' in the name (except sxprintf() and vsxprintf() behave like snprintf() and vsnprintf(), respectively). The domain argument must be a pointer to a printf domain structure, as returned by one of the functions described in xprintf_domain(3). The loc argument should be an extended locale (see xlocale(3)) or NULL, which means to use the current locale in effect (either the per-thread locale if set, or the global locale by default). SEE ALSO
printf(3), xlocale(3), xprintf_domain(3), xprintf(5) Darwin Aug 19, 2012 Darwin

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