STDIO_EXT(3) Linux Programmer's Manual STDIO_EXT(3) NAME __fbufsize, __flbf, __fpending, __fpurge, __freadable, __freading, __fsetlocking, __fwritable, __fwriting, _flushlbf - interfaces to stdio FILE structure SYNOPSIS #include <stdio.h> #include <stdio_ext.h> size_t __fbufsize(FILE *stream); size_t __fpending(FILE *stream); int __flbf(FILE *stream); int __freadable(FILE *stream); int __fwritable(FILE *stream); int __freading(FILE *stream); int __fwriting(FILE *stream); int __fsetlocking(FILE *stream, int type); void _flushlbf(void); void __fpurge(FILE *stream); DESCRIPTION Solaris introduced routines to allow portable access to the internals of the FILE structure, and glibc also implemented these. The __fbufsize() function returns the size of the buffer currently used by the given stream. The __fpending() function returns the number of bytes in the output buffer. For wide-oriented streams the unit is wide characters. This function is undefined on buffers in reading mode, or opened read-only. The __flbf() function returns a nonzero value if the stream is line- buffered, and zero otherwise. The __freadable() function returns a nonzero value if the stream allows reading, and zero otherwise. The __fwritable() function returns a nonzero value if the stream allows writing, and zero otherwise. The __freading() function returns a nonzero value if the stream is read-only, or if the last operation on the stream was a read operation, and zero otherwise. The __fwriting() function returns a nonzero value if the stream is write-only (or append-only), or if the last operation on the stream was a write operation, and zero otherwise. The __fsetlocking() function can be used to select the desired type of locking on the stream. It returns the current type. The type argument can take the following three values: FSETLOCKING_INTERNAL Perform implicit locking around every operation on the given stream (except for the *_unlocked ones). This is the default. FSETLOCKING_BYCALLER The caller will take care of the locking (possibly using flock- file(3) in case there is more than one thread), and the stdio routines will not do locking until the state is reset to FSET- LOCKING_INTERNAL. FSETLOCKING_QUERY Don't change the type of locking. (Only return it.) The _flushlbf() function flushes all line-buffered streams. (Presum- ably so that output to a terminal is forced out, say before reading keyboard input.) The __fpurge() function discards the contents of the stream's buffer. ATTRIBUTES Multithreading (see pthreads(7)) The __fbufsize(), __fpending(), __fpurge() and __fsetlocking() func- tions do not lock the stream, so they are not thread-safe. The __flbf(), __freadable(), __freading(), __fwritable(), __fwriting() and _flushlbf() functions are thread-safe. SEE ALSO flockfile(3), fpurge(3) COLOPHON This page is part of release 3.74 of the Linux man-pages project. A description of the project, information about reporting bugs, and the latest version of this page, can be found at http://www.kernel.org/doc/man-pages/. 2013-06-21 STDIO_EXT(3)
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