CATCLOSE(3) BSD Library Functions Manual CATCLOSE(3)NAME
catclose -- close message catalog
Standard C Library (libc, -lc)
The catclose() function closes the message catalog specified by the argument catd.
SEE ALSO gencat(1), catgets(3), catopen(3), nls(7)STANDARDS
The catclose() function conforms to X/Open Portability Guide Issue 3 (``XPG3'').
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CATGETS(3) BSD Library Functions Manual CATGETS(3)NAME
catgets -- retrieve string from message catalog
Standard C Library (libc, -lc)
catgets(nl_catd catd, int set_id, int msg_id, const char *s);
The catgets() function attempts to retrieve message msg_id of set set_id from the message catalog referenced by the descriptor catd. The
argument s points to a default message which is returned if the function is unable to retrieve the specified message.
If the specified message was retrieved successfully, catgets() returns a pointer to an internal buffer containing the message string; other-
wise it returns s.
The catgets() function will fail if:
[EBADF] The catd argument is not a valid message catalog descriptor open for reading.
[EINTR] The operation was interrupted by a signal.
[ENOMSG] The message identified by set_id and msg_id is not in the message catalog.
SEE ALSO gencat(1), catclose(3), catopen(3), nls(7)STANDARDS
The catgets() function conforms to X/Open Portability Guide Issue 4, Version 2 (``XPG4.2'').
Major Unix vendors are split over the adoption of the two most important message catalog specifications: catgets or gettext(3). The primary
concern with the catgets interface is that every translatable string has to define a number (or a symbolic constant) which must correspond to
the message in the catalog. Duplicate message IDs are not allowed. Constructing message catalogs is difficult.
BSD February 12, 2003 BSD
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