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In this case, your library must provide an option processing function
to a calling program. This is accomplished by setting the
global option attribute. Each time your option handling function is called,
you must determine where your scan is to resume and tell the AutoOpts library
and then invoke
not_opt_index = optionProcess(...).
not_opt_index value can be used to set
if that is the global being used to scan the program argument array.
In this method, do NOT utilize the global
Your library must specify its options as if it were a complete program.
You may choose to specify an alternate
usage() function so that
usage for other parts of the option interface may be displayed as well.
See “Program Information Attributes” (see section Program Information Attributes).
At the moment, there is no method for calling
it to produce just the information about the options and not the program
as a whole. Some later revision after somebody asks.
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