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699     //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
700     //This module provides various formattted output functions that output on a
701     //stream. These functions are useful both for writing to a file and writing to
702     //the standard output and error streams.
703     //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
704     #ifndef LOG_SYS_INT_H_INCLUDED
705     #define LOG_SYS_INT_H_INCLUDED
707     #include <stdio.h>
708     #include <sys/timeb.h>
709     #include <time.h>
711     #include "qchar.h"
713     #ifdef MODULE_LOG_SYS_INT
714     #define DECMOD_LOG_SYS_INT
715     #else
716     #define DECMOD_LOG_SYS_INT extern
717     #endif
719     DECMOD_LOG_SYS_INT void LOG_SYS_advance(QCHAR_CCEQ *in_q0, QCHAR_CCEQ *in_q1, const struct __timeb64 *in_ts, int in_mirror_to_console);
721     DECMOD_LOG_SYS_INT const char *LOG_SYS_INT_cvcinfo(void);
722     DECMOD_LOG_SYS_INT const char *LOG_SYS_INT_hvcinfo(void);
723     #define LOG_SYS_INT_H_VERSION ("$Header: /home/dashley/cvsrep/e3ft_gpl01/e3ft_gpl01/winprojs/scirfmmon/source/log_sys_int.h,v 1.3 2009/01/11 05:06:36 dashley Exp $")
724     //Returns version control information.
725     #endif
727     //**************************************************************************
728     // $Log: log_sys_int.h,v $
729     // Revision 1.3 2009/01/11 05:06:36 dashley
730     // Edits.
731     //
732     // Revision 1.2 2008/12/18 22:00:37 dashley
733     // Edits.
734     //
735     // Revision 1.1 2008/12/18 21:15:01 dashley
736     // Initial checkin.
737     //
738     //**************************************************************************
739     // End of $RCSfile: log_sys_int.h,v $.

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