Translates between variable-length arrays and their corresponding external representations.
C Library (libc.a)
xdr_array (xdrs, arrp, sizep, maxsize, elsize, elproc) XDR *xdrs; char **arrp; u_int *sizep; u_int maxsize; u_int elsize; xdrproc_t elproc;
The xdr_array subroutine is a filter primitive that translates between variable-length arrays and their corresponding external representations. This subroutine is called to encode or decode each element of the array.
|xdrs||Points to the eXternal Data Representation (XDR) stream handle.|
|arrp||Specifies the address of the pointer to the array. If the arrp parameter is null when the array is being deserialized, the XDR program allocates an array of the appropriate size and sets the parameter to that array.|
|sizep||Specifies the address of the element count of the array. The element count cannot exceed the value for the maxsize parameter.|
|maxsize||Specifies the maximum number of array elements.|
|elsize||Specifies the byte size of each of the array elements.|
|elproc||Translates between the C form of the array elements and their external representations. This parameter is an XDR filter.|
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.
List of XDR Programming References.
eXternal Data Representation (XDR) Overview for Programming and Understanding XDR Library Filter Primitives in AIX Version 4.3 Communications Programming Concepts.