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


FUNCT...SER_S(3stap) String and data writing functi FUNCT...SER_S(3stap)

NAME         top

       function::set_user_string_n - Writes a string of given length to
       user memory

SYNOPSIS         top


ARGUMENTS         top

           The user address to write the string to

           The maximum length of the string

           The string which is to be written

DESCRIPTION         top

       Writes the given string up to a maximum given length to a given
       user memory address. Reports an error on string copy fault.
       Requires the use of guru mode (-g).

SEE ALSO         top


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