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NetBSD 6.1.5 - man page for ppath_copydel_uint64 (netbsd section 3)

PPATH_NUMBER(3) 		   BSD Library Functions Manual 		  PPATH_NUMBER(3)

NAME
     ppath_number, ppath_copydel_int64, ppath_copyset_int64, ppath_set_int64, ppath_get_int64,
     ppath_delete_int64, ppath_copydel_uint64, ppath_copyset_uint64, ppath_set_uint64,
     ppath_get_uint64, ppath_delete_uint64 -- integer property path operations

LIBRARY
     library ``libppath''

SYNOPSIS
     #include <ppath/ppath.h>

     int
     ppath_copydel_int64(prop_object_t, prop_object_t *, const ppath_t *);

     int
     ppath_copyset_int64(prop_object_t, prop_object_t *, const ppath_t *, int64_t);

     int
     ppath_set_int64(prop_object_t, const ppath_t *, int64_t);

     int
     ppath_get_int64(prop_object_t, const ppath_t *, int64_t *);

     int
     ppath_delete_int64(prop_object_t, const ppath_t *);

     int
     ppath_copydel_uint64(prop_object_t, prop_object_t *, const ppath_t *);

     int
     ppath_copyset_uint64(prop_object_t, prop_object_t *, const ppath_t *, uint64_t);

     int
     ppath_set_uint64(prop_object_t, const ppath_t *, uint64_t);

     int
     ppath_get_uint64(prop_object_t, const ppath_t *, uint64_t *);

     int
     ppath_delete_uint64(prop_object_t, const ppath_t *);

DESCRIPTION
     The ppath_number routines read, write, or delete integers in a property list by path.

FUNCTIONS
     ppath_number provides these functions for manipulating integers in a property list by the
     integers' paths:

     ppath_copydel_int64(prop_object_t o, prop_object_t *op, const ppath_t *p)

     ppath_copydel_uint64(prop_object_t o, prop_object_t *op, const ppath_t *p)
	    Create a copy of the property list o at *op.  Delete from the copy the prop_number_t
	    named by p.

	    If *op is NULL, ppath_copydel_int64() and ppath_copydel_uint64() create a shallow
	    copy of o at *op.  If *op is not NULL, ppath_copydel_int64() and
	    ppath_copydel_uint64() expect for *op to be an existing shallow copy of o.

	    For the purposes of ppath_copydel_int64() and ppath_copydel_uint64(), *op is a shal-
	    low copy of property list o if equal properties at equal paths are shared between the
	    two.  Before ppath_copydel_int64() and ppath_copydel_uint64() modify a property
	    shared by *op and o, they create a private copy of the property for *op.

     ppath_copyset_int64(prop_object_t o, prop_object_t *op, const ppath_t *p, int64_t v)

     ppath_copyset_uint64(prop_object_t o, prop_object_t *op, const ppath_t *p, uint64_t v)
	    Create a copy of the property list o at *op.  In the copy, replace with v the
	    prop_number_t named by p.

	    If *op is NULL, ppath_copyset_int64() and ppath_copyset_uint64() create a shallow
	    copy of o at *op.  If *op is not NULL, ppath_copyset_int64() and
	    ppath_copyset_uint64() expect for *op to be an existing shallow copy of o.

	    For the purposes of ppath_copyset_int64() and ppath_copyset_uint64(), *op is a shal-
	    low copy of property list o if equal properties at equal paths are shared between the
	    two.  Before ppath_copydel_int64() and ppath_copydel_uint64() modify a property
	    shared by *op and o, they create a private copy of the property for *op.

     ppath_set_int64(prop_object_t o, const ppath_t *p, int64_t v)

     ppath_set_uint64(prop_object_t o, const ppath_t *, uint64_t v)
	    Replace with v the prop_number_t in o named by p.

     ppath_get_int64(prop_object_t o, const ppath_t *p, int64_t *vp)

     ppath_get_uint64(prop_object_t o, const ppath_t *p, uint64_t *vp)
	    Retrieve the prop_number_t named by p from o, and write it to *vp.

     ppath_delete_int64(prop_object_t o, const ppath_t *p)

     ppath_delete_uint64(prop_object_t o, const ppath_t *p)
	    Delete the prop_number_t named by p from o.  ppath_delete_int64() and
	    ppath_delete_uint64() decrease by one the deleted number's reference count.

RETURN VALUES
     ppath_number routines return 0 on success, and non-zero on error.

ERRORS
     [EFTYPE]		A ppath_number operation returns EFTYPE when the object named by the path
			is not a prop_number_t.

     [ENOENT]		ppath_number routines return ENOENT if the path p does not exist in o.

     [ENOMEM]		ppath_set_int64(), ppath_set_uint64(), ppath_copyset_int64(), and
			ppath_copyset_uint64() return ENOMEM if there was insufficient memory to
			complete the operation.

SEE ALSO
     ppath(3), ppath_data(3), ppath_object(3), ppath_string(3), proplib(3)

HISTORY
     The ppath_number property container path library first appeared in NetBSD 6.0.

AUTHORS
     David Young <dyoung@pobox.com>

BSD					September 13, 2011				      BSD


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