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ldsseek(3x) [ultrix man page]

ldsseek(3x)															       ldsseek(3x)

Name
       ldsseek, ldnsseek - seek to an indexed or named section of a common object file

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

       int ldsseek (ldptr, sectindx)
       LDFILE *ldptr;
       unsigned short sectindx;

       int ldnsseek (ldptr, sectname)
       LDFILE *ldptr;
       char *sectname;

Description
       The seeks to the section specified by sectindx of the common object file currently associated with ldptr.

       The seeks to the section specified by sectname.

       The  and  return  success  or failure. If sectindx is greater than the number of sections in the object file, fails; if there is no section
       name corresponding with sectname, fails.  If a no section data for the specified section does not exist or if it cannot seek to the  speci-
       fied  section,  either function fails.  The first section has an index of one.  The program must be loaded with the object file access rou-
       tine library libmld.a.

See Also
       ldclose(3x), ldopen(3x), ldshread(3x), ldfcn(5)

								       RISC							       ldsseek(3x)

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ldshread(3)						     Library Functions Manual						       ldshread(3)

NAME
ldshread, ldnshread - read an indexednamed section header of a common object file SYNOPSIS
#include <stdio.h> #include <filehdr.h> #include <scnhdr.h> #include <syms.h> #include <ldfcn.h> int ldshread (ldptr, sectindx, secthead) LDFILE *ldptr; unsigned short sectindx; SCNHDR *secthead; int ldnshread (ldptr, sectname, secthead) LDFILE *ldptr; char *sectname; SCNHDR *secthead; DESCRIPTION
ldshread reads the section header specified by sectindx of the common object file currently associated with ldptr into the area of memory beginning at secthead. ldnshread reads the section header specified by sectname into the area of memory beginning at secthead. ldshread and ldnshread return SUCCESS or FAILURE. If sectindx is greater than the number of sections in the object file, ldshread fails; If there is no section name corresponding with sectname, ldnshread fails. If it cannot read the specified section header, either function fails. NOTE: The first section header has an index of one. The program must be loaded with the object file access routine library libmld.a. RELATED INFORMATION
ldclose(3), ldopen(3), ldfcn(4). delim off ldshread(3)
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