This is lib/error_functions.h (Listing 3-2, page 52), an example from the book, The Linux Programming Interface.
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+/* error_functions.h + + Header file for error_functions.c. +*/ #ifndef ERROR_FUNCTIONS_H #define ERROR_FUNCTIONS_H +/* Error diagnostic routines */ + void errMsg(const char *format, ...); #ifdef __GNUC__ /* This macro stops 'gcc -Wall' complaining that "control reaches end of non-void function" if we use the following functions to terminate main() or some other non-void function. */ #define NORETURN __attribute__ ((__noreturn__)) #else #define NORETURN #endif void errExit(const char *format, ...) NORETURN ; void err_exit(const char *format, ...) NORETURN ; void errExitEN(int errnum, const char *format, ...) NORETURN ; void fatal(const char *format, ...) NORETURN ; void usageErr(const char *format, ...) NORETURN ; void cmdLineErr(const char *format, ...) NORETURN ; #endif
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