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static char tmpnam_buffer[L_tmpnam];
/* Generate a unique filename in P_tmpdir.
This function is *not* thread safe! */
tmpnam (char *s)
/* By using two buffers we manage to be thread safe in the case
where S != NULL. */
char *tmpbuf = s ?: tmpbufmem;
/* In the following call we use the buffer pointed to by S if
non-NULL although we don't know the size. But we limit the size
to L_tmpnam characters in any case. */
if (__builtin_expect (__path_search (tmpbuf, L_tmpnam, NULL, NULL, 0),
if (__glibc_unlikely (__gen_tempname (tmpbuf, 0, 0, __GT_NOCREATE)))
if (s == NULL)
return (char *) memcpy (tmpnam_buffer, tmpbuf, L_tmpnam);
"the use of `tmpnam' is dangerous, better use `mkstemp'")