|Example: system||Process Control Functions|
Executes an operating system command.
int system( const char *string);
|string||The string that is passed to the resident operating system for execution.|
If a command was successfully executed the command interpreter returns an adequate value; generally 0 indicates that the action performed by the command interpreter terminated with no errors.
A return value of -1 indicates an error, and global variable errno is set to one of the following errors:
|ENOENT||Command interpreter not found|
|ENOEXEC||Command interpreter is not executable|
|ENOMEM||Error allocating memory for the process|
|E2BIG||Argument list too big|
For system details, refer to your C language documentation.