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Re^2: open(): Is there a simple way to map between numeric open modes and "symbol modes"?

by Anonymous Monk
on Feb 08, 2013 at 02:35 UTC ( #1017747=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: open(): Is there a simple way to map between numeric open modes and "symbol modes"?
in thread open(): Is there a simple way to map between numeric open modes and "symbol modes"? (solved)

"Numeric mode value" means the number you'd pass to an open() call, "which is an OR-ing of stuff like O_RDONLY and O_SYNC, constants you can import from POSIX" (for example from FUSE, see).

Question is: how do I un-OR this stuff and get the matching symbol for what the ORed POSIX flags/constants mean.
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[Corion]: hippo: Yeah, but at least two years ago, it still was close enough to 20% cut
[Corion]: But I have a very positive experience with a four day workweek and a three day weekend. I can't easily go back though to full money.
[Corion]: That is easy without having to pay for a house, a wife or children though. If I had any of these, or any two of these, the decision wouldn't be that easy.
[ambrus]: wait. I understand no wife and children, but how do you not have to pay for a house?
[hippo]: I had a low-paid job about 20 years ago and seriously considered going down to a 3-day week. Would have worked 60% of the time for about 80% of the cash.
[Corion]: ambrus: Well, I pay rent, but don't own a house with variable/ unforeseeable costs
[hippo]: The thesholds/benefits balance at the time was nuts.

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