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Library functions - Section 3 - Manual Pages

For information on this section of the manual, read intro(3).

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xo_close_log xo_close_marker xo_close_marker_h xo_create xo_create_to_file xo_destroy xo_emit xo_emit_err xo_emit_errc xo_emit_errx xo_emit_h xo_emit_hv xo_emit_warn xo_emit_warn_c xo_emit_warn_hc xo_emit_warnx xo_err xo_errc xo_error xo_errx xo_finish xo_finish_h xo_flush xo_flush_h xo_message xo_message_c xo_message_hc xo_message_hcv xo_no_setlocale xo_open_container xo_open_container_d xo_open_container_h xo_open_container_hd xo_open_instance xo_open_instance_d xo_open_instance_h xo_open_instance_hd xo_open_list xo_open_list_d xo_open_list_h xo_open_list_hd xo_open_log xo_open_marker xo_open_marker_h xo_parse_args xo_set_allocator xo_set_flags xo_set_info xo_set_logmask xo_set_options xo_set_program xo_set_style xo_set_style_name xo_set_syslog_enterprise_id xo_set_version xo_set_version_h xo_set_writer xo_syslog xo_vsyslog xo_warn xo_warn_c xo_warn_hc xo_warnx xprt_register xprt_unregister y0 y0f y1 y1f yn ynf zlib zopen

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