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/* System V ABI compliant user-level context switching support. */
#define _UCONTEXT_H 1
/* Get machine dependent definition of data structures. */
/* Get user context and store it in variable pointed to by UCP. */
extern int getcontext (ucontext_t *__ucp) __THROWNL;
/* Set user context from information of variable pointed to by UCP. */
extern int setcontext (const ucontext_t *__ucp) __THROWNL;
/* Save current context in context variable pointed to by OUCP and set
context from variable pointed to by UCP. */
extern int swapcontext (ucontext_t *__restrict __oucp,
const ucontext_t *__restrict __ucp) __THROWNL;
/* Manipulate user context UCP to continue with calling functions FUNC
and the ARGC-1 parameters following ARGC when the context is used
the next time in `setcontext' or `swapcontext'.
We cannot say anything about the parameters FUNC takes; `void'
is as good as any other choice. */
extern void makecontext (ucontext_t *__ucp, void (*__func) (void),
int __argc, ...) __THROW;
#endif /* ucontext.h */