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fmt_human(3)		   Library Functions Manual		  fmt_human(3)

NAME
       fmt_human - write a human readable ASCII	representation of a long inte-
       ger

SYNTAX
       #include	<fmt.h>

       size_t fmt_human(char *dest,unsigned long long source);

DESCRIPTION
       fmt_human writes	a human	readable ASCII	representation	of  source  to
       dest and	returns	the number of bytes written.  The result resembles the
       file size output	of "ls	-H";  1000  becomes  "1.0k",  1000000  becomes
       "1.0M" and so on	for "G"	and "T".

       fmt_human does not append \0.

       If  dest	equals FMT_LEN (i.e. is	zero), fmt_human returns the number of
       bytes it	would have written.

       The output of fmt_human can not exceed 11 (assuming unsigned long  long
       has 64 bits).

SEE ALSO
       fmt_humank(3), scan_human(3)

								  fmt_human(3)

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