/* getpriority for Linux.
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/* The return value of getpriority syscall is biased by this value
to avoid returning negative values. */
#define PZERO 20
/* Return the highest priority of any process specified by WHICH and WHO
(see above); if WHO is zero, the current process, process group, or user
(as specified by WHO) is used. A lower priority number means higher
priority. Priorities range from PRIO_MIN to PRIO_MAX. */
__getpriority (enum __priority_which which, id_t who)
res = INLINE_SYSCALL (getpriority, 2, (int) which, who);
if (res >= 0)
res = PZERO - res;
weak_alias (__getpriority, getpriority)