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NAME

       dnet_getnode, dnet_nextnode, dnet_endnode - Get nodes from DECnet database

SYNOPSIS

       #include <netdnet/dn.h>
       #include <netdnet/dnetdb.h>

       void *dnet_getnode (void)
       char *dnet_nextnode (void *)
       void dnet_endnode (void *)

DESCRIPTION

       dnet_getnode()  Starts  the  search  of  the  DECnet nodes database (/etc/decnet.conf). It
       returns an opaque pointer which is passed to the other two functions.
       dnet_nextnode() returns the next node name in the list. The  pointer  is  private  to  the
       library  and  will be overwritten at the next dnet_nextnode call.  dnet_endnode() ends the
       search. It must be called when you have finished with this group of functions or a  memory
       leak will result.

EXAMPLE

       #include <netdnet/dn.h>
       #include <netdnet/dnetdb.h>
       #include <sys/socket.h>

       main(void)
       {
         void *nodelist;
         char *nodename;

         nodelist = dnet_getnode();
         nodename = dnet_nextnode(nodelist);
         while(nodename)
         {
             printf("Found node %s\n", nodename);
             nodename = dnet_nextnode(nodelist);
         }
         dnet_endnode(nodelist);

       }

SEE ALSO

       dnet_addr(3),     dnet_ntoa(3),     dnet_conn(3),     getnodeadd(3),     getnodebyname(3),
       getnodebyaddr(3), setnodeent(3)