function::user_uint16_error(3stap) — Linux manual page

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FUNCTION::USER_UINT1(3stap) and data retrievingNfunON::USER_UINT1(3stap)

NAME         top

       function::user_uint16_error - Retrieves an unsigned 16-bit
       integer value stored in user space

SYNOPSIS         top

           user_uint16_error:long(addr:long)

ARGUMENTS         top

       addr
           the user space address to retrieve the unsigned 16-bit
           integer from

DESCRIPTION         top

       Returns the unsigned 16-bit integer value from a given user space
       address. If the user space data is not accessible, an error will
       occur.

SEE ALSO         top

       tapset::uconversions(3stap)

COLOPHON         top

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SystemTap Tapset Reference     April 2023    FUNCTION::USER_UINT1(3stap)

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