write a simple synopsis for functions

  1. [simple] Write an OpenBSD manual page for the functions to compute the remainder of a floating-point division, up to the beginning of the DESCRIPTION section (that is, write the prologue and the SYNOPSIS). There are three variants for double, float, and long double arguments and return values that are called fmod(), fmodf(), and fmodl(), respectively. Each one takes two arguments. All functions are declared in the <math.h> header file.
  2. [intermediate] What changes if you write the manual page for FreeBSD instead?

  1. Introduction: SYNOPSIS section for library functions
  2. Style guide: SYNOPSIS section for library functions

  1. htmlmdoc
  2. htmlmdoc
September 27, 2015 bsd.lv