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UNW_REGNAME(3)		     Programming Library		UNW_REGNAME(3)

NAME
       unw_regname -- get register name

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<libunwind.h>

       const char *unw_regname(unw_regnum_t regnum);

DESCRIPTION
       The unw_regname() routine returns a printable name for register regnum.
       If regnum is an invalid or otherwise unrecognized  register  number,  a
       string  consisting  of  three  question marks is	returned. The returned
       string is statically allocated and therefore guaranteed to remain valid
       until the application terminates.

RETURN VALUE
       The  unw_regname()  routine  cannot  fail  and  always  returns a valid
       (non-NULL) string.

THREAD AND SIGNAL SAFETY
       The unw_regname() routine is thread-safe	as well	as safe	to use from  a
       signal handler.

SEE ALSO
       libunwind(3)

AUTHOR
       David Mosberger-Tang
       Email: dmosberger@gmail.com
       WWW: http://www.nongnu.org/libunwind/.

Programming Library		16 August 2007			UNW_REGNAME(3)

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