FTSENT *fts_read(register FTS *sp);
The fts_read() function
is used to get information on a particular file in a directory
hierarchy. Directories are visited at least twice, once in pre-order,
before any of their descendants are visited, and once in post-order,
after all of their descendants are visited. All other files are
visited at least once.
Represents the file hierarchy itself.
The fts_read() function returns a pointer to an
FTSENT structure describing a file in the
hierarchy if successful. The fts_read() function may also
fail and set errno for any of the errors that the
opendir(), readdir(), and
stat() functions specify.
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