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       XPACmdAdd -  add a command to an XPA command public access point


         #include <xpa.h>

         XPACmd XPACmdAdd(XPA xpa, char *name, char *help,
                          int (*send_callback)(),
                          void *send_data, char *send_mode,
                          int (*rec_callback)(),
                          void *rec_data,  char *rec_mode);


       Add a command to an XPA command access point. The XPA argument
       specifies the XPA struct returned by a call to XPANewCmd(). The name
       argument is the name of the command. The other arguments function
       identically to the arguments in the XPANew() command, i.e., the
       send_callback and rec_callback routines have identical calling
       sequences to their XPANew() counterparts, with the exceptions noted

       When help is requested for a command access point using:

         xpaget \-h class:name

       all of the command help strings are listed.  To get help for a given
       command, use:

         xpaget \-h class:name cmd

       Also, the acl keyword in the send_mode and receive_mode strings is
       global to the access point, not local to the command.  Thus, the value
       for the acl mode should be the same in all send_mode (or receive_mode)
       strings for each command in a command access point. (The acl for
       send_mode need not be the same as the acl for receive_mode, though).


       See xpa(7) for a list of XPA help pages

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