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libbind_gethostbyname Gethostbyname(), gethostbyname2(), and gethostbyaddr() each return a pointer to a hostent structure (see below) describing an internet host referenced by name... libbind_getipnodebyname Getipnodebyname(), and getipnodebyaddr() each return a pointer to a hostent structure (see below) describing an internet host referenced by name or by address... libbind_getnameinfo The getnameinfo() function is defined for protocol-independent address-to-nodename translation. It performs functionality of gethostbyaddr(3) and... libbind_getnetent The getnetent(), getnetbyname(), and getnetbyaddr() subroutines each return a pointer to an object with the following structure containing the broken-out fields... libbind_hesiod This family of functions allows you to perform lookups of Hesiod information, which is stored as text records in the Domain Name Service. To perform lookups... libbind_inet_cidr These routines are used for converting addresses to and from network and presentation forms with CIDR (Classless Inter-Domain Routing) representation, embedded... libbind_resolver These routines are used for making, sending and interpreting query and reply messages with Internet domain name servers. State information is kept in statp and... libbind_tsig The TSIG routines are used to implement transaction/request security of DNS messages. ns_sign() and ns_verify() are the basic routines. ns_sign_tcp() and... libbind_irs.conf The irs(3) functions are a set of routines in the C library which provide access to various system maps. The maps that irs currently controls are the following... libbind_resolver The resolver is a set of routines in the C library (resolve(3)) that provide access to the Internet Domain Name System. The resolver configuration file contains... libbind_hostname Hostnames are domains. A domain is a hierarchical, dot-separated list of subdomains. For example, the machine “monet”, in the “Berkeley” subdomain of the “EDU”...