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RE: Functions doc

You have a number of options here. Cygwin supports most POSIX functions. You
can look at any good POSIX reference (hint: search for "POSIX reference" in
your favorite search engine). You can try looking at the man pages for the
specific functions (hint: "man -k <function name>"). You can run nm on every
.a file under /usr (hint: man find; man nm).

Glen Coakley, Sr. Software Engineer
MQSoftware Inc., (763) 543-4845

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Domes Ferenc []
> Sent: Saturday, April 14, 2001 5:33 AM
> To:
> Subject: Functions doc
> Greetings Friend!
> I recently installed cygwin on my computer, since I have to write a C
> program that uses Windows 9x.
> I realized that the not all functions I used in Turbo C++ 3.0 
> (chdir,getch
> etc) could be used in cygwin, so I despeartely need of a 
> complete detailed
> (not only the finction names) documentation of all functions 
> usable under
> cygwin.
> Please tell me where I can find (or send me) one,
> Domes Ferenc
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