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doupdate(3), redrawwin(3), refresh(3), wnoutrefresh(3), wredrawln(3), wrefresh(3)
refresh curses windows and lines
fgetwln(3)
get a line of wide characters from a stream
iswalnum(3), iswalpha(3), iswascii(3), iswblank(3), iswcntrl(3), iswdigit(3), iswgraph(3), iswhexnumber(3), iswideogram(3), iswlower(3), iswnumber(3), iswphonogram(3), iswprint(3), iswpunct(3), iswrune(3), iswspace(3), iswspecial(3), iswupper(3), iswxdigit(3)
wide character classification utilities
mwl(4)
Marvell 88W8363 IEEE 802.11n wireless network driver
mwlfw(4)
Firmware Module for Marvell 88W8363 Wireless driver
pthread_rwlock_destroy(3)
destroy a read/write lock
pthread_rwlock_init(3)
initialize a read/write lock
pthread_rwlock_rdlock(3), pthread_rwlock_tryrdlock(3)
acquire a read/write lock for reading
pthread_rwlock_timedrdlock(3)
acquire a read-write lock for reading or give up after a specified period
pthread_rwlock_timedwrlock(3)
acquire a read-write lock for writing or give up after a specified period
pthread_rwlock_unlock(3)
release a read/write lock
pthread_rwlock_wrlock(3), pthread_rwlock_trywrlock(3)
acquire a read/write lock for writing
pthread_rwlockattr_destroy(3)
destroy a read/write lock
pthread_rwlockattr_getpshared(3)
get the process shared attribute
pthread_rwlockattr_init(3)
initialize a read/write lock
pthread_rwlockattr_setpshared(3)
set the process shared attribute
rmlock(9), rm_init(9), rm_init_flags(9), rm_destroy(9), rm_rlock(9), rm_try_rlock(9), rm_wlock(9), rm_runlock(9), rm_wunlock(9), rm_wowned(9), RM_SYSINIT(9)
kernel reader/writer lock optimized for mostly read access patterns
rwlock(9), rw_init(9), rw_init_flags(9), rw_destroy(9), rw_rlock(9), rw_wlock(9), rw_runlock(9), rw_wunlock(9), rw_unlock(9), rw_try_rlock(9), rw_try_upgrade(9), rw_try_wlock(9), rw_downgrade(9), rw_sleep(9), rw_initialized(9), rw_wowned(9), rw_assert(9), RW_SYSINIT(9)
kernel reader/writer lock
snmp_wlan(3)
wireless networking module for bsnmpd(1)
towlower(3)
upper case to lower case letter conversion (wide character version)
wl(4)
T1 speed ISA/radio lan card
wlan(4)
generic 802.11 link-layer support
wlan_acl(4)
MAC-based ACL support for 802.11 devices
wlan_amrr(4)
AMRR rate adaptation algorithm support for 802.11 devices
wlan_ccmp(4)
AES-CCMP crypto support for 802.11 devices
wlan_tkip(4)
TKIP and Michael crypto support for 802.11 devices
wlan_wep(4)
WEP crypto support for 802.11 devices
wlan_xauth(4)
External authenticator support for 802.11 devices
wlandebug(8)
set/query 802.11 wireless debugging messages
wlconfig(8)
read/write wavelan config parameters
"glNewList(3), glEndList(3)
create or replace a display list
EZ_NewList(3)
EZ_EndList- create or replace a display list
EZ_TextGetPosition(3), EZ_TextSetMarker(3), EZ_TextGotoPosition(3), EZ_TextBackwardChar(3), EZ_TextBackwardWord(3), EZ_TextBeginningOfBuffer(3), EZ_TextBeginningOfLine(3), EZ_TextClear(3), EZ_TextDeleteNextChar(3), EZ_TextDeletePreviousChar(3), EZ_TextEndOfBuffer(3), EZ_TextEndOfLine(3), EZ_TextForwardChar(3), EZ_TextForwardWord(3), EZ_TextInsertChar(3), EZ_TextInsertNewLine(3), EZ_TextInsertString(3), EZ_TextInsertStringWithProperty(3), EZ_TextKillEndOfLine(3), EZ_TextKillRegion(3), EZ_TextLoadAnnotatedFile(3), EZ_TextLoadFile(3), EZ_TextNextLine(3), EZ_TextNextPage(3), EZ_TextPasteSelection(3), EZ_TextPreviousLine(3), EZ_TextPreviousPage(3), EZ_TextReDisplay(3), EZ_TextReplaceRegionWithPixmap(3), EZ_TextSaveAnnotatedText(3), EZ_TextSaveText(3), EZ_TextSetRegionBackground(3), EZ_TextSetRegionFont(3), EZ_TextSetRegionForeground(3), EZ_TextSetRegionProperty(3), EZ_TextSetRegionUnderline(3), EZ_TextGetRegionString(3)
text widget editing functions
XDrawLine(3), XDrawLines(3), XDrawSegments(3), XSegment(3)
draw lines, polygons, and line structure
ackinfo.cgi(1)
Xymon CGI script to acknowledge alerts
acknowledge.cgi(1)
Xymon CGI script to acknowledge alerts
activateCDKSwindow(3), activateCDKSwindow addCDKSwindow cleanCDKSwindow destroyCDKSwindow drawCDKSwindow dumpCDKSwindow eraseCDKSwindow execCDKSwindow getCDKSwindowBox getCDKSwindowContents injectCDKSwindow jumpToLineCDKSwindow loadCDKSwindowInformation moveCDKSwindow newCDKSwindow positionCDKSwindow saveCDKSwindowInformation setCDKSwindow setCDKSwindowBackgroundAttrib setCDKSwindowBackgroundColor setCDKSwindowBox setCDKSwindowBoxAttribute setCDKSwindowContents setCDKSwindowHorizontalChar setCDKSwindowLLChar setCDKSwindowLRChar setCDKSwindowPostProcess setCDKSwindowPreProcess setCDKSwindowULChar setCDKSwindowURChar setCDKSwindowVerticalChar trimCDKSwindow cdk_swindow(3)
a curses scrolling window widget
alisp(7), "alisp(7)
ArrowLISP
apertium-gen-wlist-lextor(1)
This application is part of ( apertium ) This tool is part of the apertium machine translation architecture: http://apertium.org
apertium-gen-wlist-lextor-translation(1)
This application is part of ( apertium ) This tool is part of the apertium machine translation architecture: http://apertium.org
b1ff(1), brooklyn(1), chef(1), cockney(1), drawl(1), fudd(1), funetak(1), jethro(1), jive(1), kraut(1), pansy(1), pirate(1), postmodern(1), redneck(1), valspeak(1), warez(1)
GNU talk filters
buffer_getnewline_sa(3)
read line from buffer
cf-know(8)
cfengine's knowledge agent
coral(6)
simulates coral growth, albeit somewhat slowly
crawl(1)
a small and efficient HTTP crawler
cwlib(3)
general purpose Morse code functions library
doupdate(3x), redrawwin(3x), refresh(3x), wnoutrefresh(3x), wredrawln(3x), wrefresh(3x)
refresh curses windows and lines
dungeoncrawl(6), crawl(6)
play the roguelike game of crawl
dvihp(1)
convert a TeX DVI file to Hewlett-Packard PCL
estwaver(1)
command line interface of web crawler
explain_puts_or_die(3)
write a string and a newline to stdout and report errors require_index { "explain_puts_or_die(3)"
fftwl-wisdom(1)
create wisdom (pre-optimized FFTs)
flip(1)
do newline conversions between **IX and MS-DOS
freeciv-gtk2(6)
freeciv-sdl, freeciv-xaw, freeciv-win32, freeciv-ftwl,
fwlogwatch(8)
a firewall log analyzer, report generator and realtime response agent
ggiDrawLine(3)
: Draw a line on a visual
gluPwlCurve(3), "gluPwlCurve(3)
describe a piecewise linear NURBS trimming curve
gungho(1)
An Extensible, High-Performance Web Crawler Framework
interaggregate(6)
Visualize the momentary and aggregate intersections between slowly moving circles
intermomentary(6)
Visualize the momentary and aggregate intersections between slowly moving circles
keyboard_lowlevel_callback(3)
User specified low level keyboard event handler. Allegro game programming library
mav_windowLineStippleSet(3), Header "NAME" mav_windowLineStippleSet(3)
Set the line stipple for a window
mav_windowLineWidthSet(3), Header "NAME" mav_windowLineWidthSet(3)
Set the line width for a window
mewl(1)
Message scanner for Mew 4 or later
mewls(1)
Message scanner for Mew
newlisp(1)
lisp like programming language
newlispdoc(1)
generate documentation from newLISP source comments
pcdbtrf(l), PCDBTRF(l)
compute a LU factorization of an N-by-N complex banded diagonally dominant-like distributed matrix with bandwidth BWL, BWU
pcgbtrf(l), PCGBTRF(l)
compute a LU factorization of an N-by-N complex banded distributed matrix with bandwidth BWL, BWU
pddbtrf(l), PDDBTRF(l)
compute a LU factorization of an N-by-N real banded diagonally dominant-like distributed matrix with bandwidth BWL, BWU
pdgbtrf(l), PDGBTRF(l)
compute a LU factorization of an N-by-N real banded distributed matrix with bandwidth BWL, BWU
perlhpux(1), README.hpux(1)
Perl version 5 on Hewlett-Packard Unix (HP-UX) systems
psdbtrf(l), PSDBTRF(l)
compute a LU factorization of an N-by-N real banded diagonally dominant-like distributed matrix with bandwidth BWL, BWU
psgbtrf(l), PSGBTRF(l)
compute a LU factorization of an N-by-N real banded distributed matrix with bandwidth BWL, BWU
pzdbtrf(l), PZDBTRF(l)
compute a LU factorization of an N-by-N complex banded diagonally dominant-like distributed matrix with bandwidth BWL, BWU
pzgbtrf(l), PZGBTRF(l)
compute a LU factorization of an N-by-N complex banded distributed matrix with bandwidth BWL, BWU
quiz(6)
random knowledge tests
sa-awl(1)
examine and manipulate SpamAssassin's auto-whitelist db
sane-hp3500(5)
SANE backend for Hewlett-Packard ScanJet 3500 series scanners
sane-hp4200(5)
SANE backend for Hewlett-Packard 4200 scanners
sane-hp5400(5)
SANE backend for Hewlett-Packard 54XX scanners
sane-hp5590(5)
SANE backend for Hewlett-Packard 4500C/4570C/5500C/5550C/5590/7650 Workgroup/Document scanners
sane-hpljm1005(5)
SANE backend for Hewlett-Packard LaserJet M1005 MFP Scanner
schema2example(1)
convert XML schema knowledge into Perl or XML examples
silk(7), SiLK(7)
the System for Internet-Level Knowledge
skipNewList(3), skipNewList (3)
create a skip list
snowlog(1)
web server access log browser and analyzer
starwars(6)
draws a perspective text crawl, like at the beginning of the movie
vga_drawline(3)
draw a line on the screen
webcrawl(1), WebCrawl(1)
download web sites, following links
windowlab(1x)
a window manager for X11
wmwlmon(1)
Wireless Monitor wmdockapp
wwl(1)
Maidenhead locator utility
xymon-mailack(8)
permit acknowledging alerts via e-mail
AI::Categorizer::KnowledgeSet(3)
Encapsulates set of documents
AI::Prolog::KnowledgeBase(3)
The Prolog database
APR::ThreadRWLock(3)
Perl API for APR thread read/write locks
Bio::GFF3::LowLevel(3)
fast, low-level functions for parsing and formatting GFF3
Config::Model::models::LCDd::CwLnx(3)
Configuration class LCDd::CwLnx
Coro::RWLock(3)
reader/write locks
Data::Dumper::Concise(3)
Less indentation and newlines plus sub deparsing
Devel::Profile(3)
tell me why my perl program runs so slowly
Devel::REPL::Plugin::NewlineHack(3)
(deprecated)
Digest::FNV(3)
Perl extension for the Fowler/Noll/Vo (FNV) has
Growl::GNTP(3)
Perl implementation of GNTP Protocol (Client Part)
Gungho(3)
Yet Another High Performance Web Crawler Framework
Gungho::Plugin::Statistics(3)
Gather Crawler Statistics
Image::ExifTool::HP(3)
Hewlett-Packard maker notes tags
Image::ExifTool::PanasonicRaw(3)
Read/write Panasonic/Leica RAW/RW2/RWL meta information
Lineup(3), XMLTV::Lineup(3)
Perl extension to read and write TV lineup information in XMLTV lineup format "write_data(data, options...)" 4 Item "write_data(data, options...)" Takes a data structure and writes it as XML to standard output. Any extra arguments are passed on to XML::Writer's constructor, for example my $f = new IO::File >out.xml; die if not $f; write_data($data, OUTPUT => $f); The encoding used for the output is given by the first element of the data. Normally, there will be a warning for any Perl data which is not understood and cannot be written as XMLTV, such as strange keys in hashes. But as an exception, any hash key beginning with an underscore will be skipped over silently. You can store 'internal use only' data this way. If a display name or channel hash contains a key beginning with 'debug', this key and its value will be written out as a comment inside the <display-name> or <channel> element. This lets you include small debugging messages in the XML output. "best_name(languages, pairs [, comparator])" 4 Item "best_name(languages, pairs [, comparator])" The XMLTV format contains many places where human-readable text is given an optional 'lang' attribute, to allow mixed languages. This is represented in Perl as a pair [ text, lang ], although the second element may be missing or undef if the language is unknown. When several alernatives for an element (such as <title>) can be given, the representation is a list of [ text, lang ] pairs. Given such a list, what is the best text to use? It depends on the user's preferred language. This function takes a list of acceptable languages and a list of [string, language] pairs, and finds the best one to use. This means first finding the appropriate language and then picking the 'best' string in that language. The best is normally defined as the first one found in a usable language, since the XMLTV format puts the most canonical versions first. But you can pass in your own comparison function, for example if you want to choose the shortest piece of text that is in an acceptable language. The acceptable languages should be a reference to a list of language codes looking like 'ru', or like 'de_DE'. The text pairs should be a reference to a list of pairs [ string, language ]. (As a special case if this list is empty or undef, that means no text is present, and the result is undef.) The third argument if present should be a cmp-style function that compares two strings of text and returns 1 if the first argument is better, -1 if the second better, 0 if they're equally good. Returns: [s, l] pair, where s is the best of the strings to use and l is its language. This pair is 'live' - it is one of those from the list passed in. So you can use best_name() to find the best pair from a list and then modify the content of that pair. (This routine depends on the Lingua::Preferred module being installed; if that module is missing then the first available language is always chosen.) Example: my $langs = [ de, fr ]; # German or French, please # Say we found the following under $ch->{display-name} for a channel $ch. my $pairs = [ [ BBC Trois, fr ], [ BBC One, en_US ] ]; my $best = best_name($langs, $pairs); print "chose title $best->[0]en"; "list_display_name_keys(), list_channel_keys()" 4 Item "list_display_name_keys(), list_channel_keys()" Some users of this module may wish to enquire at runtime about which keys a programme or channel hash can contain. The data in the hash comes from the attributes and subelements of the corresponding element in the XML. The values of attributes are simply stored as strings, while subelements are processed with a handler which may return a complex data structure. These subroutines returns a hash mapping key to handler name and multiplicity. This lets you know what data types can be expected under each key. For keys which come from attributes rather than subelements, the handler is set to 'scalar', just as for subelements which give a simple string. "scalar" 4 Item "scalar" Reads and writes a simple string as the content of the XML element. "icon" 4 Item "icon" An icon in XMLTV files is like the <img> element in HTML. It is represented in Perl as a hashref with 'src' and optionally 'width' and 'height' keys. "with-lang" 4 Item "with-lang" In XML something like title can be either <title>Foo</title> or <title lang=en>Foo</title>. In Perl these are stored as [ 'Foo' ] and [ 'Foo', 'en' ]. For the former [ 'Foo', undef ] would also be okay. This handler also has two modifiers which may be added to the name after '/'. /e means that empty text is allowed, and will be returned as the empty tuple [], to mean that the element is present but has no text. When writing with /e, undef will also be understood as present-but-empty. You cannot however specify a language if the text is empty. The modifier /m means that the text is allowed to span multiple lines. So for example with-lang/em is a handler for text with language, where the text may be empty and may contain newlines. Note that the with-lang-or-empty of earlier releases has been replaced by with-lang/e. Now, which handlers are used for which subelements (keys) of display names and channels? And what is the multiplicity (should you expect a single value or a list of values)? The following tables map subelements of <display-name> and of <channel> to the handlers used to read and write them. Many elements have their own handler with the same name, and most of the others use with-lang. The third column specifies the multiplicity of the element: * (any number) will give a list of values in Perl, + (one or more) will give a nonempty list, ? (maybe one) will give a scalar, and 1 (exactly one) will give a scalar which is not undef
Mail::SpamAssassin::Plugin::AWL(3)
Normalize scores via auto-whitelist
Net::EPP::Frame::Command::Poll::Ack(3)
an instance of Net::EPP::Frame::Command for the EPP "<Poll>" acknowledge command
Net::Growl(3)
Growl Notifications over the network
Net::GrowlClient(3)
Perl implementation of Growl Network Notification Protocol (Client Part)
Perl6::Say(3)
"print()", but no newline needed
Perl::Critic::Policy::CodeLayout::RequireConsistentNewlines(3)
Use the same newline through the source
Perl::Critic::Policy::ValuesAndExpressions::ProhibitImplicitNewlines(3)
Use concatenation or HEREDOCs instead of literal line breaks in strings
SVN::Hooks::AllowLogChange(3)
Allow changes in revision log messages
Scrappy::Crawler(3)
Fully Automated Web Crawler
VCP::Newlines(3)
Newline, ^Z, and NULL handling in VCP
XML::Parser::Expat(3)
Lowlevel access to James Clark's expat XML parser
Xango(3)
Event Based High Performance Web Crawler Framework
Xango::Broker::Pull(3)
Xango's Pull-Crawler
Xango::Broker::Push(3)
Xango's Push-Crawler
Xango::Manual::Intro(3)
Learn How To Write Crawlers With Xango
B::Showlex(3)
Show lexical variables used in functions or files
Tcl_ListObjAppendList(3), Tcl_ListObjAppendElement(3), Tcl_NewListObj(3), Tcl_SetListObj(3), Tcl_ListObjGetElements(3), Tcl_ListObjLength(3), Tcl_ListObjIndex(3), Tcl_ListObjReplace(3)
manipulate Tcl objects as lists
Tcl_NewIntObj(3), Tcl_NewLongObj(3), Tcl_NewWideIntObj(3), Tcl_SetIntObj(3), Tcl_SetLongObj(3), Tcl_SetWideIntObj(3), Tcl_GetIntFromObj(3), Tcl_GetLongFromObj(3), Tcl_GetWideIntFromObj(3), Tcl_NewBignumObj(3), Tcl_SetBignumObj(3), Tcl_GetBignumFromObj(3), Tcl_TakeBignumFromObj(3)
manipulate Tcl objects as integer values
backtracker(l)
Forward and Backward flowlines and hotspot tracks
bsdisplay_Autojoin(1), %Autojoin(1)
automatically put any newly appearing host into the specified group(s)
bsdisplay_Autojoin_pattern(1), %Autojoin pattern(1)
filter newly appearing hosts by host name and put them automatically into the specified group(s)
hotspotter(l)
Create CVA image from seamount flowlines
lock(3), canlock(3), unlock(3), qlock(3), canqlock(3), qunlock(3), rlock(3), canrlock(3), runlock(3), wlock(3), canwlock(3), wunlock(3), rsleep(3), rwakeup(3), rwakeupall incref(3), decref(3)
spin locks, queueing rendezvous locks, reader-writer locks, rendezvous points, and reference counts
wc(1)
print the number of newlines, words, and bytes in files
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