Converts a domain-specific host name to an operating-system-independent network name.
C Library (libc.a)
host2netname (name, host, domain) char *name; char *host; char *domain;
The host2netname subroutine converts a domain-specific host name to an operating-system-independent network name.
This subroutine is the inverse of the netname2host subroutine.
|name||Points to the network name (or netname) of the server process owner. The name parameter can be either the host name derived from the host2netname subroutine or the user name derived from the user2netname subroutine.|
|host||Points to the name of the machine on which the permissions were created.|
|domain||Points to the domain name.|
Upon successful completion, this subroutine returns a value of 1. If unsuccessful, it returns a value of 0.
This subroutine is part of Base Operating System (BOS) Runtime.
The netname2host subroutine, user2netname subroutine.
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