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SubjectRe: readv() return and errno
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> The above ERRORS section says: In case this call returns EINVAL
> one of the possible reasons is that an invalid argument was given.
> There do exist Unix-like systems (not necessarily Linux) that
> consider a zero count invalid.

Got me as well - by that meaning you are correct - the man page is only
wrong for ssize_t type stuff.

Sorry

Alan
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