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       ixp_pfcall, ixp_pqid, ixp_pqids, ixp_pstat, ixp_sizeof_stat


       #include <ixp.h>

       void ixp_pfcall(IxpMsg *msg, IxpFcall *fcall);

       void ixp_pqid(IxpMsg *msg, IxpQid *qid);

       void ixp_pqids(IxpMsg *msg, uint16_t *num, IxpQid qid[], uint max);

       void ixp_pstat(IxpMsg *msg, IxpStat *stat);

       uint16_t ixp_sizeof_stat(IxpStat *stat);


       These  convenience  functions  pack  or  unpack  the contents of libixp
       structures into their  wire  format.  They  behave  as  if  ixp_pu8(3),
       ixp_pu16(3),  ixp_pu32(3),  ixp_pu64(3), and ixp_pstring(3) were called
       for each member of the structure in question. ixp_pqid is  to  ixp_pqid
       as ixp_pstrings(3) is to ixp_pstring.

       ixp_sizeof_stat returns the size of the packed represention of stat.


       IxpMsg(3),    ixp_pu8(3),    ixp_pu16(3),   ixp_pu32(3),   ixp_pu64(3),
       ixp_pstring(3), ixp_pstrings(3)

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