function::set_user_string_arg(3stap) — Linux manual page


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NAME         top

       function::set_user_string_arg - Writes a string to user memory.

SYNOPSIS         top


ARGUMENTS         top

           The user address to write the string to

           The string which is to be written

DESCRIPTION         top

       Writes the given string to a given user memory address. Reports a
       warning on string copy fault. Requires the use of guru mode (-g).

SEE ALSO         top


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