The function get-entry-points takes a vector of names (strings) of foreign entry points and a vector of element type (unsigned-byte 32) or (unsigned-byte 64) as arguments and fills the unsigned-byte vector with addresses. If a name provided does not correspond to an entry point, the unsigned-byte vector element corresponding to the name is filled with the value of this variable.
Use of get-entry-points is deprecated. Only get-entry-point should be used. (The latter function returns nil if the single name passed as its argument does not correspond to an entry point. Therefore it makes no use of this variable or its value.)
See foreign-functions.htm for information on the foreign function interface.
The documentation is described in introduction.htm and the index is in index.htm.
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