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Section: Linux Programmer's Manual (3) Updated: 20 April 1999
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NAME

rose_aton, rose_ntoa, rose_cmp - ROSE Address manipulation routines  

SYNOPSIS

#include <netrose/rose.h>

int rose_aton(const char *cp, char *inp);

char * rose_ntoa(rose_address *cp);

int rose_cmp(rose_address *a1, rose_address *a2);
 

DESCRIPTION

rose_aton() converts the ROSE address cp from an ASCII representation into network format.

rose_ntoa() converts the ROSE address cp that is network format to a string that is the ASCII representation of the address.

rose_cmp() compares the two ROSE address a1 and a2 that are in network format.  

RETURN VALUE

The rose_ntoa() and rose_aton() functions return zero if all went ok, -1 if not.

The rose_cmp() returns 0 if address a1 and a2 are identical, 1 otherwise.  

SEE ALSO

ax25(4), netrom(4), rose(4)


 

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