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The Single UNIX Specification Version 3 Interface Tables


Overview Paper
XBD Contents
XSH Contents
XCU Contents
XRAT Contents
XCURSES Contents
The Austin Group
ISO/IEC 9945
IEEE Std 1003.1
The Authorized Guide Book
Interface Tables (pdf)
Migration Guide (pdf)
Index

These web pages contain tables of interfaces defined in the Single UNIX Specification Version 3, complete with an indication of their availability in other related standards, such as UNIX 98, UNIX 95, the ISO POSIX-1 standard, the ISO POSIX-2 standard, the ISO C standard, SVID3 and 4.3BSD.

These are available as a single file in PDF. ( PDF viewers for 18 platforms are available from here ).

These tables are intended as a quick reference guide for programmers migrating or developing applications for the Single UNIX Specification Version 3. Products that certify to the Single UNIX Specification Version 3 may not provide all of the interfaces listed, depending on which feature groups are supported.

The System Interfaces are split into several tables and organized alphabetically:

· A - C · D - F · G - I · J - L · M · N - O · P · Q - R · S · T · U - V · W - Y

The Commands and Utilities are available as a single table: · Commands (A-Z)

The Headers are available as a single table: · Headers (A-Z)

The XCURSES interfaces are available as a single table: · Xcurses (A-Z)


Conventions for System Interface Tables

m
Indicates that the interface is defined as mandatory.
o
Indicates that the interface is part of an Option or Feature Group.
ob
Indicates that the interface is Obsolescent, and although mandatory for the implementation, applications are discouraged from its use.
l
In the XSI column, indicates that the interface is part of the Legacy option group and need not be available on all implementations.
opt
In the POSIX Base column, two or three letter option codes are used as described in Section 2 denoting the option to which the interface belongs.
r
In the POSIX.1-1996 column this indicates that the interface is part of the POSIX Realtime Extension.
t
In the POSIX.1-1996 column this indicates that the interface is part of the POSIX Threads Extension.
1
In the C89 column this indicates that the interface is part of ISO/IEC 9899:1990/Amendment 1:1995 (E).
.
Indicates that the interface is not specified.

There are 1123 system interfaces listed.

 


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