XBEE_INIT

Section: Linux Programmer's Manual (3)
Updated: 18-Feb-2016
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NAME

xbee_init, xbee_fini  

SYNOPSIS

#include <xbee.h>

void xbee_init(void);

void xbee_fini(void);  

DESCRIPTION

The functions xbee_init() and xbee_fini() are used to manually setup and teardown libxbee. These functions should be used with care, and in conjunction with the XBEE_MANUAL_INIT and XBEE_MANUAL_FINI compile options.

You must call xbee_init() once before calling on any other libxbee functionality.

Similarly, you must only call xbee_fini() after all instances of libxbee have been terminated.

Calling xbee_init() multiple times will result in undefined behavior.  

AUTHOR

Attie Grande <attie@attie.co.uk>  

SEE ALSO

libxbee(3), xbee_setup(3),


 

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NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
AUTHOR
SEE ALSO

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