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xdr(3NSL)					       Networking Services Library Functions						 xdr(3NSL)

NAME
xdr - library routines for external data representation DESCRIPTION
XDR routines allow C programmers to describe arbitrary data structures in a machine-independent fashion. Data for remote procedure calls (RPC) are transmitted using these routines. Index to Routines The following table lists XDR routines and the manual reference pages on which they are described: XDR Routine Manual Reference Page xdr_array xdr_complex(3NSL) xdr_bool xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_bytes xdr_complex(3NSL) xdr_char xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_control xdr_admin(3NSL) xdr_destroy xdr_create(3NSL) xdr_double xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_enum xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_float xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_free xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_getpos xdr_admin(3NSL) xdr_hyper xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_inline xdr_admin(3NSL) xdr_int xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_long xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_longlong_t xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_opaque xdr_complex(3NSL) xdr_pointer xdr_complex(3NSL) xdr_quadruple xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_reference xdr_complex(3NSL) xdr_setpos xdr_admin(3NSL) xdr_short xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_sizeof xdr_admin(3NSL) xdr_string xdr_complex(3NSL) xdr_u_char xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_u_hyper xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_u_int xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_u_long xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_u_longlong_t xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_u_short xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_union xdr_complex(3NSL) xdr_vector xdr_complex(3NSL) xdr_void xdr_simple(3NSL) xdr_wrapstring xdr_complex(3NSL) xdrmem_create xdr_create(3NSL) xdrrec_create xdr_create(3NSL) xdrrec_endofrecord xdr_admin(3NSL) xdrrec_eof xdr_admin(3NSL) xdrrec_readbytes xdr_admin(3NSL) xdrrec_skiprecord xdr_admin(3NSL) xdrstdio_create xdr_create(3NSL) ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |MT-Level |Safe | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
rpc(3NSL), xdr_admin(3NSL), xdr_complex(3NSL), xdr_create(3NSL), xdr_simple(3NSL), attributes(5) SunOS 5.11 30 Dec 1996 xdr(3NSL)

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xdr_simple(3NSL)				       Networking Services Library Functions					  xdr_simple(3NSL)

NAME
xdr_simple, xdr_bool, xdr_char, xdr_double, xdr_enum, xdr_float, xdr_free, xdr_hyper, xdr_int, xdr_long, xdr_longlong_t, xdr_quadruple, xdr_short, xdr_u_char, xdr_u_hyper, xdr_u_int, xdr_u_long, xdr_u_longlong_t, xdr_u_short, xdr_void - library routines for external data representation SYNOPSIS
#include<rpc/xdr.h> bool_t xdr_bool(XDR *xdrs, bool_t *bp); bool_t xdr_char(XDR *xdrs, char *cp); bool_t xdr_double(XDR *xdrs, double *dp); bool_t xdr_enum(XDR *xdrs, enum_t *ep); bool_t xdr_float(XDR *xdrs, float *fp); void xdr_free(xdrproc_t proc, char *objp); bool_t xdr_hyper(XDR *xdrs, longlong_t *llp); bool_t xdr_int(XDR *xdrs, int *ip); bool_t xdr_long(XDR *xdrs, longt *lp); bool_t xdr_longlong_t(XDR *xdrs, longlong_t *llp); bool_t xdr_quadruple(XDR *xdrs, long double *pq); bool_t xdr_short(XDR *xdrs, short *sp); bool_t xdr_u_char(XDR *xdrs, unsigned char *ucp); bool_t xdr_u_hyper(XDR *xdrs, u_longlong_t *ullp); bool_t xdr_u_int(XDR *xdrs, unsigned *up); bool_t xdr_u_long(XDR *xdrs, unsigned long *ulp); bool_t xdr_u_longlong_t(XDR *xdrs, u_longlong_t *ullp); bool_t xdr_u_short(XDR xdrs, unsigned short *usp); bool_t xdr_void(void) DESCRIPTION
The XDR library routines allow C programmers to describe simple data structures in a machine-independent fashion. Protocols such as remote procedure calls (RPC) use these routines to describe the format of the data. These routines require the creation of XDR streams (see xdr_create(3NSL)). Routines See rpc(3NSL) for the definition of the XDR data structure. Note that any buffers passed to the XDR routines must be properly aligned. It is suggested that malloc(3C) be used to allocate these buffers or that the programmer insure that the buffer address is divisible evenly by four. xdr_bool() xdr_bool() translates between booleans (C integers) and their external representations. When encoding data, this fil- ter produces values of either 1 or 0. This routine returns TRUE if it succeeds, FALSE otherwise. xdr_char() xdr_char() translates between C characters and their external representations. This routine returns TRUE if it suc- ceeds, FALSE otherwise. Note: encoded characters are not packed, and occupy 4 bytes each. For arrays of characters, it is worthwhile to consider xdr_bytes(), xdr_opaque(), or xdr_string() (see xdr_complex(3NSL)). xdr_double() xdr_double() translates between C double precision numbers and their external representations. This routine returns TRUE if it succeeds, FALSE otherwise. xdr_enum() xdr_enum() translates between C enums (actually integers) and their external representations. This routine returns TRUE if it succeeds, FALSE otherwise. xdr_float() xdr_float() translates between C floats and their external representations. This routine returns TRUE if it succeeds, FALSE otherwise. xdr_free() Generic freeing routine. The first argument is the XDR routine for the object being freed. The second argument is a pointer to the object itself. Note: the pointer passed to this routine is not freed, but what it points to is freed (recursively, depending on the XDR routine). xdr_hyper() xdr_hyper() translates between ANSI C long long integers and their external representations. This routine returns TRUE if it succeeds, FALSE otherwise. xdr_int() xdr_int() translates between C integers and their external representations. This routine returns TRUE if it succeeds, FALSE otherwise. xdr_long() xdr_long() translates between C long integers and their external representations. This routine returns TRUE if it succeeds, FALSE otherwise. In a 64-bit environment, this routine returns an error if the value of lp is outside the range [INT32_MIN, INT32_MAX]. The xdr_int() routine is recommended in place of this routine. xdr_longlong_t() xdr_longlong_t() translates between ANSI C long long integers and their external representations. This routine returns TRUE if it succeeds, FALSE otherwise. This routine is identical to xdr_hyper(). xdr_quadruple() xdr_quadruple() translates between IEEE quadruple precision floating point numbers and their external representa- tions. This routine returns TRUE if it succeeds, FALSE otherwise. xdr_short() xdr_short() translates between C short integers and their external representations. This routine returns TRUE if it succeeds, FALSE otherwise. xdr_u_char() xdr_u_char() translates between unsigned C characters and their external representations. This routine returns TRUE if it succeeds, FALSE otherwise. xdr_u_hyper() xdr_u_hyper() translates between unsigned ANSI C long long integers and their external representations. This routine returns TRUE if it succeeds, FALSE otherwise. xdr_u_int() A filter primitive that translates between a C unsigned integer and its external representation. This routine returns TRUE if it succeeds, FALSE otherwise. xdr_u_long() xdr_u_long() translates between C unsigned long integers and their external representations. This routine returns TRUE if it succeeds, FALSE otherwise. In a 64-bit environment, this routine returns an error if the value of ulp is outside the range [0, UINT32_MAX]. The xdr_u_int() routine is recommended in place of this routine. xdr_u_longlong_t() xdr_u_longlong_t() translates between unsigned ANSI C long long integers and their external representations. This routine returns TRUE if it succeeds, FALSE otherwise. This routine is identical to xdr_u_hyper(). xdr_u_short() xdr_u_short() translates between C unsigned short integers and their external representations. This routine returns TRUE if it succeeds, FALSE otherwise. xdr_void() This routine always returns TRUE. It may be passed to RPC routines that require a function parameter, where nothing is to be done. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------------------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE ATTRIBUTE VALUE | |MT-Level Safe | +-----------------------------------------------------------+ SEE ALSO
malloc(3C), rpc(3NSL), xdr_admin(3NSL), xdr_complex(3NSL), xdr_create(3NSL), attributes(5) SunOS 5.11 27 Aug 2001 xdr_simple(3NSL)
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