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ldclose(3x)															       ldclose(3x)

Name
       ldclose, ldaclose - close a common object file

Syntax
       #include <stdio.h>
       #include <filehdr.h>
       #include <syms.h>
       #include <ldfcn.h>

       int ldclose (ldptr)
       LDFILE *ldptr;

       int ldaclose (ldptr)
       LDFILE *ldptr;

Description
       The  and  functions provide uniform access to simple object files and object files that are members of archive files.  An archive of common
       object files can be processed as if it is a series of simple common object files.

       If TYPE(ldptr) does not represent an archive file, closes the file and frees the memory allocated to the LDFILE structure  associated  with
       ldptr.	If  TYPE(ldptr)  is  the  magic  number for an archive file and if archive has more files, reinitializes OFFSET(ldptr) to the file
       address of the next archive member and returns failure.	The LDFILE structure is prepared for a later In all other cases, returns success.

       The function closes the file and frees the memory allocated to the LDFILE structure associated  with  ldptr  regardless	of  the  value	of
       TYPE(ldptr).  The function always returns success.  This function is often used with

See Also
       fclose(3s), intro(3x) ldopen(3x), ldfcn(5), paths.h(4)

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ldclose(3x)															       ldclose(3x)

Name
       ldclose, ldaclose - close a common object file

Syntax
       #include <stdio.h>
       #include <filehdr.h>
       #include <syms.h>
       #include <ldfcn.h>

       int ldclose (ldptr)
       LDFILE *ldptr;

       int ldaclose (ldptr)
       LDFILE *ldptr;

Description
       The  and  functions provide uniform access to simple object files and object files that are members of archive files.  An archive of common
       object files can be processed as if it is a series of simple common object files.

       If TYPE(ldptr) does not represent an archive file, closes the file and frees the memory allocated to the LDFILE structure  associated  with
       ldptr.	If  TYPE(ldptr)  is  the  magic  number for an archive file and if archive has more files, reinitializes OFFSET(ldptr) to the file
       address of the next archive member and returns failure.	The LDFILE structure is prepared for a later In all other cases, returns success.

       The function closes the file and frees the memory allocated to the LDFILE structure associated  with  ldptr  regardless	of  the  value	of
       TYPE(ldptr).  The function always returns success.  This function is often used with

See Also
       fclose(3s), intro(3x) ldopen(3x), ldfcn(5), paths.h(4)

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