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Q
quick sort function (for arrays)9.3 Array Sort Function
QUIT character17.4.9.2 Characters that Cause Signals
quit signal24.2.2 Termination Signals
quit signal24.2.2 Termination Signals
quote removal10.4.1 The Stages of Word Expansion

R
race conditions, relating to job control27.6.3 Launching Jobs
race conditions, relating to signals24.4.4 Signals Arriving While a Handler Runs
radix (of floating point number)A.5.3.1 Floating Point Representation Concepts
raising signals24.6 Generating Signals
random numbers19.8 Pseudo-Random Numbers
random-access files11.1.2 File Position
range error20.5.4 Error Reporting by Mathematical Functions
range of integer typeA.5.2 Range of an Integer Type
read lock13.15 File Locks
reading from a directory14.2 Accessing Directories
reading from a file descriptor13.2 Input and Output Primitives
reading from a socket16.9.5 Transferring Data
reading from a stream, by blocks12.11 Block Input/Output
reading from a stream, by characters12.8 Character Input
reading from a stream, formatted12.14 Formatted Input
ready to run22.3.1 Absolute Priority
real group ID29.2 The Persona of a Process
real user ID29.2 The Persona of a Process
real-time timer21.5 Setting an Alarm
realtime CPU scheduling22.3.1 Absolute Priority
realtime processing3.4.1 Why Lock Pages
realtime scheduling22.3.2 Realtime Scheduling
receiving datagrams16.10.2 Receiving Datagrams
record locking13.15 File Locks
redirecting input and output13.12 Duplicating Descriptors
reentrant functions24.4.6 Signal Handling and Nonreentrant Functions
reentrant NSS functions28.3.1 The Naming Scheme of the NSS Modules
relative file name11.2.2 File Name Resolution
removal of quotes10.4.1 The Stages of Word Expansion
removing a file14.6 Deleting Files
removing macros that shadow functions1.3.2 Macro Definitions of Functions
renaming a file14.7 Renaming Files
reporting bugsC.5 Reporting Bugs
reporting errors2. Error Reporting
REPRINT character17.4.9.1 Characters for Input Editing
reserved names1.3.3 Reserved Names
resource limits22.2 Limiting Resource Usage
restarting interrupted primitives24.5 Primitives Interrupted by Signals
restrictions on signal handler functions24.4.6 Signal Handling and Nonreentrant Functions
root directory11.2.2 File Name Resolution
Rot135.10 Trivial Encryption
rpc28.1 NSS Basics
runnable process22.3.1 Absolute Priority
running a command26.1 Running a Command

S
saved set-group-ID29.4 How an Application Can Change Persona
saved set-user-ID29.4 How an Application Can Change Persona
scanning the group list29.14.3 Scanning the List of All Groups
scanning the user list29.13.3 Scanning the List of All Users
scatter-gather13.6 Fast Scatter-Gather I/O
scheduling, traditional22.3.4 Traditional Scheduling
search function (for arrays)9.2 Array Search Function
search functions (for strings)5.7 Search Functions
seed (for random numbers)19.8 Pseudo-Random Numbers
seeking on a file descriptor13.3 Setting the File Position of a Descriptor
seeking on a stream12.18 File Positioning
segmentation violation24.2.1 Program Error Signals
sending a datagram16.10.1 Sending Datagrams
sending signals24.6 Generating Signals
sequential-access files11.1.2 File Position
server16.9 Using Sockets with Connections
services28.1 NSS Basics
services database16.6.4 The Services Database
session27. Job Control
session27.1 Concepts of Job Control
session leader27.1 Concepts of Job Control
setting an alarm21.5 Setting an Alarm
setuid programs29.4 How an Application Can Change Persona
setuid programs and file access14.9.8 Testing Permission to Access a File
severity class12.22.1 Printing Formatted Messages
severity class12.22.2 Adding Severity Classes
sgettext8.2.1.5 How to use gettext in GUI programs
sgettext8.2.1.5 How to use gettext in GUI programs
shadow28.1 NSS Basics
shadowing functions with macros1.3.2 Macro Definitions of Functions
shared lock13.15 File Locks
shared memory22.4.1 Overview about traditional Unix memory handling
shell27.1 Concepts of Job Control
shift state6.3.2 Representing the state of the conversion
Shift_JIS6.1 Introduction to Extended Characters
shrinking objects3.2.4.6 Growing Objects
shutting down a socket16.8.2 Closing a Socket
sigaction flags24.3.5 Flags for sigaction
sigaction function24.3.2 Advanced Signal Handling
SIGCHLD, handling of27.6.5 Stopped and Terminated Jobs
sign (of floating point number)A.5.3.1 Floating Point Representation Concepts
signal20.5.1 FP Exceptions
signal24. Signal Handling
signal action24.1.3 How Signals Are Delivered
signal actions24.3 Specifying Signal Actions
signal flags24.3.5 Flags for sigaction
signal function24.3.1 Basic Signal Handling
signal handler function24.4 Defining Signal Handlers
signal mask24.7.3 Process Signal Mask
signal messages24.2.8 Signal Messages
signal names24.2 Standard Signals
signal number24.2 Standard Signals
signal set24.7.2 Signal Sets
signals, generating24.6 Generating Signals
signedness20.1 Integers
significand (of floating point number)A.5.3.1 Floating Point Representation Concepts
SIGTTIN, from background job27.4 Access to the Controlling Terminal
SIGTTOU, from background job27.4 Access to the Controlling Terminal
simple time21.4 Calendar Time
single-byte string5.1 Representation of Strings
size of string5.1 Representation of Strings
SJIS6.1 Introduction to Extended Characters
socket16. Sockets
socket address (name) binding16.3 Socket Addresses
socket domain16.1 Socket Concepts
socket namespace16.1 Socket Concepts
socket option level16.12 Socket Options
socket options16.12 Socket Options
socket pair16.8.3 Socket Pairs
socket protocol16.1 Socket Concepts
socket shutdown16.8.2 Closing a Socket
socket, client actions16.9.1 Making a Connection
socket, closing16.8.2 Closing a Socket
socket, connecting16.9.1 Making a Connection
socket, creating16.8.1 Creating a Socket
socket, initiating a connection16.9.1 Making a Connection
sockets, accepting connections16.9.3 Accepting Connections
sockets, listening16.9.2 Listening for Connections
sockets, server actions16.9.2 Listening for Connections
soft limit22.2 Limiting Resource Usage
soft link14.5 Symbolic Links
sort function (for arrays)9.3 Array Sort Function
sparse files13.3 Setting the File Position of a Descriptor
special files14.10 Making Special Files
special functions19.6 Special Functions
specified action (for a signal)24.1.3 How Signals Are Delivered
speed of execution3.4.1 Why Lock Pages
square root function19.4 Exponentiation and Logarithms
stable sorting9.3 Array Sort Function
standard dot notation, for Internet addresses16.6.2.1 Internet Host Addresses
standard environment variables25.4.2 Standard Environment Variables
standard error file descriptor13.4 Descriptors and Streams
standard error stream12.2 Standard Streams
standard file descriptors13.4 Descriptors and Streams
standard input file descriptor13.4 Descriptors and Streams
standard input stream12.2 Standard Streams
standard output file descriptor13.4 Descriptors and Streams
standard output stream12.2 Standard Streams
standard streams12.2 Standard Streams
standards1.2 Standards and Portability
START character17.4.9.3 Special Characters for Flow Control
startup of program25.1 Program Arguments
stateful6.3.2 Representing the state of the conversion
stateful6.3.3 Converting Single Characters
stateful6.3.4 Converting Multibyte and Wide Character Strings
stateful6.5.1 Generic Character Set Conversion Interface
stateful6.5.2 A complete iconv example
stateful6.5.4.4 iconv module interfaces
static memory allocation3.2.1 Memory Allocation in C Programs
static storage class3.2.1 Memory Allocation in C Programs
STATUS character17.4.9.4 Other Special Characters
status codes2. Error Reporting
status of a file14.9.1 The meaning of the File Attributes
status of obstack3.2.4.8 Status of an Obstack
sticky bit14.9.5 The Mode Bits for Access Permission
STOP character17.4.9.3 Special Characters for Flow Control
stop signal24.2.5 Job Control Signals
stopped job27.1 Concepts of Job Control
stopped jobs, continuing27.6.6 Continuing Stopped Jobs
stopped jobs, detecting27.6.5 Stopped and Terminated Jobs
storage allocation3. Virtual Memory Allocation And Paging
stream (sockets)16.1 Socket Concepts
stream orientation12.3 Opening Streams
stream orientation12.6 Streams in Internationalized Applications
stream, for I/O to a string12.21.1 String Streams
streams and descriptors13.5 Dangers of Mixing Streams and Descriptors
streams, and file descriptors13.4 Descriptors and Streams
streams, C++12.6 Streams in Internationalized Applications
streams, standard12.2 Standard Streams
string5.1 Representation of Strings
string allocation5.1 Representation of Strings
string collation functions5.6 Collation Functions
string comparison functions5.5 String/Array Comparison
string concatenation functions5.4 Copying and Concatenation
string copy functions5.4 Copying and Concatenation
string length5.1 Representation of Strings
string literal5.1 Representation of Strings
string search functions5.7 Search Functions
string stream12.21.1 String Streams
string vectors, null-character separated5.12 Argz and Envz Vectors
string, representation of5.1 Representation of Strings
style of communication (of a socket)16.1 Socket Concepts
subshell27.6.2 Initializing the Shell
substitution of variables and commands10.4.1 The Stages of Word Expansion
successive signals24.4.5 Signals Close Together Merge into One
summer time21.4.3 Broken-down Time
SunOS1.2.3 Berkeley Unix
supplementary group IDs29.2 The Persona of a Process
SUSP character17.4.9.2 Characters that Cause Signals
suspend character17.4.9.2 Characters that Cause Signals
SVID1.2.4 SVID (The System V Interface Description)
swap space3.1 Process Memory Concepts
symbolic link14.5 Symbolic Links
symbolic link, opening13.14.2 Open-time Flags
synchronizing13.9 Synchronizing I/O operations
synchronizing13.10.3 Getting into a Consistent State
syntax error messages, in argp25.3.5.2 Functions For Use in Argp Parsers
syntax, for program arguments25.1.1 Program Argument Syntax Conventions
syntax, for reading numbers20.11 Parsing of Numbers
sysconf22.4.2 How to get information about the memory subsystem?
sysconf22.4.2 How to get information about the memory subsystem?
sysconf22.5 Learn about the processors available
sysconf22.5 Learn about the processors available
system call25.5 System Calls
system call number25.5 System Calls
System V Unix1.2.4 SVID (The System V Interface Description)

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