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NBP_NAME

NBP_NAME

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NAME

nbp_name - NBP name parsing  

SYNOPSIS

int nbp_name(char *name, char **obj, char **type, char **zone);
 

DESCRIPTION

nbp_name()

parses user supplied names into their component object, type, and zone. obj, type, and zone should be passed by reference, and should point to the caller's default values. nbp_name() will change the pointers to the parsed-out values. name is of the form object:type@zone, where each of object, :type, and @zone replace obj, type, and zone, respectively. type must be proceeded by `:', and zone must be preceded by `@'.  

EXAMPLE

The argument of afpd(8)'s -n option is parsed with nbp_name(). The default value of obj is the first component of the machine's hostname (as returned by gethostbyname(3)). The default value of type is ``AFPServer'', and of zone is ``*'', the default zone. To cause afpd to register itself in some zone other than the default, one would invoke it as

afpd -n @some-other-zone

obj and type would retain their default values.  

BUGS

obj, type, and zone return pointers into static area which may be over-written on each call.


 

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