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CGICLOSE(3)		 BSD Library Functions Manual		   CGICLOSE(3)

NAME
     cgiclose -- frees memory used by cgi library

SYNOPSIS
     #include <cgi.h>

     void
     cgiclose();

DESCRIPTION
     The cgiclose() fuction deallocates	all memory currently in	use by the
     libary and	returns	the libary to a	state similar to when the process be-
     gan.  This	allows you to set some environment variables and test your
     program again with	out having to exit.

     This also clears the stack	of old states that were	pushed with
     cgipushcurrent().

RETURN VALUES
     The cgiclose() fuction returns no value.

SEE ALSO
     cgigetvalue(3), cginewquerystr(3),

AUTHORS
     The cgiparse library was writen by	John-Mark Gurney <gurney_j@efn.org>.

     This product includes software developed by the Apache Group for use in
     the Apache	HTTP server project (http://www.apache.org/).

BUGS
     None currently known.

BSD				 April 1, 1997				   BSD

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