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range_arrayinbuf(3)	   Library Functions Manual	   range_arrayinbuf(3)

NAME
       range_arrayinbuf	- range	check for array	in buffer

SYNTAX
       #include	<rangecheck.h>

       int range_arrayinbuf(const void*	buf,size_t len,
			    const void*	arraystart,
			    size_t elements,size_t membersize);

DESCRIPTION
       range_arrayinbuf	 checks	that the array starting	at arraystart consist-
       ing of elements members of size membersize each starts and ends	within
       the buffer buf[0..len-1].

       If  the array is	0-terminated and you don't know	the length beforehand,
       use range_strinbuf, range_str2inbuf or range_str4inbuf instead.

RETURN VALUE
       If the buffer is	implausible (buf is NULL or  buf+len  has  an  integer
       overflow), return 0.

       If  the	array  is implausible (arraystart is NULL, elements*membersize
       overflows, or calculating the byte offset of  the  last	element	 over-
       flows), return 0.

       If  the	first  or last element of the array points before or after the
       buffer, return 0.

       Otherwise, return 1.

SEE ALSO
       rangecheck(3)

							   range_arrayinbuf(3)

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