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XPRINTF_EXEC(3)		 BSD Library Functions Manual	       XPRINTF_EXEC(3)

NAME
     asxprintf_exec, dxprintf_exec, fxprintf_exec, sxprintf_exec,
     xprintf_exec, vasxprintf_exec, vdxprintf_exec, vfxprintf_exec,
     vsxprintf_exec, vxprintf_exec — execute-only extensible printf execution

SYNOPSIS
     #include <printf.h>

     int
     asxprintf_exec(char ** restrict ret, printf_comp_t restrict pc, ...);

     int
     dxprintf_exec(int fd, printf_comp_t restrict pc, ...);

     int
     fxprintf_exec(FILE * restrict stream, printf_comp_t restrict pc, ...);

     int
     sxprintf_exec(char * restrict str, size_t size,
	 printf_comp_t restrict pc, ...);

     int
     xprintf_exec(printf_comp_t restrict pc, ...);

     #include <stdarg.h>

     int
     vasxprintf_exec(char ** restrict ret, printf_comp_t restrict pc,
	 va_list ap);

     int
     vdxprintf_exec(int fd, printf_comp_t restrict pc, va_list ap);

     int
     vfxprintf_exec(FILE * restrict stream, printf_comp_t restrict pc,
	 va_list ap);

     int
     vsxprintf_exec(char * restrict str, size_t size,
	 printf_comp_t restrict pc, va_list ap);

     int
     vxprintf_exec(printf_comp_t restrict pc, va_list ap);

DESCRIPTION
     These functions are execute-only, extensible printf (see xprintf(5))
     variants, taking a printf_comp_t structure created by the format string
     compilation routine new_printf_comp(3).  All these variants behave like
     their normal printf counterparts (see printf(3)) without ‘x’ and “_exec”
     in the name (except sxprintf_exec() and vsxprintf_exec() behave like
     snprintf() and vsnprintf(), respectively).

SEE ALSO
     printf(3), xprintf_comp(3), xprintf(5)

Darwin				 Aug 19, 2012				Darwin
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