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ttsnoop(demos)							ttsnoop(demos)

NAME
       ttsnoop -- send and receive ToolTalk messages interactively

SYNOPSIS
       ttsnoop [-t]

DESCRIPTION
       Then  ttsnoop  utility  allows  its user	to create and send custom con-
       structed	ToolTalk messages, and	to  selectively	 monitor  any  or  all
       ToolTalk	messages on your system.  ttsnoop menu options are as follows:

	  o  Snoop -- Turn on/off tracing; get version information

	  o  Message --	Create,	open, receive, and destroy messages

	  o  Pattern --	Create,	open, and destroy patterns

	  o  File -- Numerous tasks, including joining a file

	  o  Session --	Join a specific	session; set the default session

	  o  Ptype -- Declare and undeclare a ptype; determine whether a ptype
	     exists

	  o  Types -- Generate a list of declared types; generate  a  list  of
	     ToolTalk-based actions

	  o  Procid -- Open, close, suspend, and resume	a procid

	  o  libc  --  Call  system(), putenv(), chdir(), pause(), and exit();
	     use exit()	to exit	ttsnoop

OPTIONS
       The following command-line options are available:

       -t	 Print trace output. Of	particular interest  is	 that  ttsnoop
		 will print example ToolTalk API code in the invoking OpenWin-
		 dows cmdtool (or console if ttsnoop is	 invoked  via  a  menu
		 choice)  showing  what	 ToolTalk  API calls are being used to
		 construct a particular	pattern	or message.

SEE ALSO
       ttsession(1)

								ttsnoop(demos)

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