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3:51am Mon 22nd Aug, Christopher M.

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> Is there a list as such? I'm using Ubuntu22.04 (if that matters) and would like to know where I can find all the external functions I can call are.
There's a list of standard C99 functions here: https://www.mkompf.com/cplus/cliblist.html and a list of POSIX functions here: https://www.mkompf.com/cplus/posixlist.html (both listed on [CITS2002]) The list of all functions accessible from *your* machine will depend on what you have installed on your machine. Knowing that many library functions that can be called from C are listed in section 3 of the online manual, an incomplete list of functions may be seen using the command: prompt> man -k e | grep '(3)' | less which finds function descriptions containing an 'e'; 2760 on my Ubuntu machine.

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