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The source for the 'strace' utility might be a good place to start
your project. If you want to trace library calls instead of system
calls, try 'ltrace'.

tushar korde <tushar_k5@rediffmail.com> [01/10/18 11:33]:
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> Sir
>
> i am working on system call tracing.
>
> i want to check the validity of the system
>
> calls given by users how can i parse them.
>
> Does the linux O.S. also performs parsing ?
>
> how can i make a grammar for the system
>
> call parsing .
>
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