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       ixp_print, ixp_vprint, ixp_vsmprint


       #include <ixp.h>

       int ixp_print(IxpCFid *fid, const char *fmt, ...);

       int ixp_vprint(IxpCFid *fid, const char *fmt, va_list args);

       char*    (*ixp_vsmprint)(const char *fmt, va_list);


       fid    An open IxpCFid to which to write the result.

       fmt    The string with which to format the data.

       args   A va_list holding the arguments to the format string.

       ...    The arguments to the format string.


       These  functions  act  like  the  standard formatted IO functions. They
       write the result of the formatting to the file pointed to by C<fid>.

       ixp_vsmprint(3) may  be  set  to  a  function  which  will  format  its
       arguments  and  return  a nul-terminated string allocated by malloc(3).
       The default formats its arguments as printf(3).


       These functions return the number of bytes written.  There is currently
       no way to detect failure.


       ixp_mount(3), ixp_open(3), printf(3)

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