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7.5 f90_unix_errno

This module contains part of a Fortran API to functions detailed in ISO/IEC 9945-1:1990 Portable Operating System Interface (POSIX) - Part 1: System Application Program Interface (API) [C Language].

The facilities in this module are from Section 2.4 Error Numbers.

7.5.1 Error Handling

Many procedures provided by the F90_UNIX_* modules have an optional ERRNO argument, declared as

If this argument is provided it receives the error status from the procedure; zero indicates successful completion, otherwise it will be a non-zero error code, usually one of the ones listed in this module.

If the ERRNO argument is omitted and an error condition is raised, the program will be terminated with an informative error message.

If a procedure has no ERRNO argument it indicates that no error condition is possible - the procedure always succeeds.

7.5.2 Parameters

All parameters are of type INTEGER with kind ERROR_KIND. The following table lists the error message typically associated with each error code; for full details see ISO/IEC 9945-1:1990, either section 2.4 or the appropriate section for the function raising the error.

E2BIG Arg list too long
EACCES Permission denied
EAGAIN Resource temporarily unavailable
EBADF Bad file descriptor
EBUSY Resource busy
ECHILD No child process
EDEADLK Resource deadlock avoided
EDOM Domain error
EEXIST File exists
EFAULT Bad address
EFBIG File too large
EINTR Interrupted function call
EINVAL Invalid argument
EIO Input/Output error
EISDIR Is a directory
EMFILE Too many open files
EMLINK Too many links
ENAMETOOLONG Filename too long
ENFILE Too many open files in system
ENODEV No such device
ENOENT No such file or directory
ENOEXEC Exec format error
ENOLCK No locks available
ENOMEM Not enough space
ENOSPC No space left on device
ENOSYS Function not implemented
ENOTDIR Not a directory
ENOTEMPTY Directory not empty
ENOTTY Inappropriate I/O control operation
ENXIO No such device or address
EPERM Operation not permitted
EPIPE Broken pipe
ERANGE Result too large
EROFS Read-only file system
ESPIPE Invalid seek
ESRCH No such process
EXDEV Improper link