22 Diagnostics library [diagnostics]

22.4 Error numbers [errno]

The contents of the header <cerrno> are the same as the POSIX header <errno.h>, except that errno shall be defined as a macro.
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The intent is to remain in close alignment with the POSIX standard.
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A separate errno value shall be provided for each thread.

22.4.1 Header <cerrno> synopsis [cerrno.syn]

#define errno see below

#define E2BIG see below
#define EACCES see below
#define EADDRINUSE see below
#define EADDRNOTAVAIL see below
#define EAFNOSUPPORT see below
#define EAGAIN see below
#define EALREADY see below
#define EBADF see below
#define EBADMSG see below
#define EBUSY see below
#define ECANCELED see below
#define ECHILD see below
#define ECONNABORTED see below
#define ECONNREFUSED see below
#define ECONNRESET see below
#define EDEADLK see below
#define EDESTADDRREQ see below
#define EDOM see below
#define EEXIST see below
#define EFAULT see below
#define EFBIG see below
#define EHOSTUNREACH see below
#define EIDRM see below
#define EILSEQ see below
#define EINPROGRESS see below
#define EINTR see below
#define EINVAL see below
#define EIO see below
#define EISCONN see below
#define EISDIR see below
#define ELOOP see below
#define EMFILE see below
#define EMLINK see below
#define EMSGSIZE see below
#define ENAMETOOLONG see below
#define ENETDOWN see below
#define ENETRESET see below
#define ENETUNREACH see below
#define ENFILE see below
#define ENOBUFS see below
#define ENODATA see below
#define ENODEV see below
#define ENOENT see below
#define ENOEXEC see below
#define ENOLCK see below
#define ENOLINK see below
#define ENOMEM see below
#define ENOMSG see below
#define ENOPROTOOPT see below
#define ENOSPC see below
#define ENOSR see below
#define ENOSTR see below
#define ENOSYS see below
#define ENOTCONN see below
#define ENOTDIR see below
#define ENOTEMPTY see below
#define ENOTRECOVERABLE see below
#define ENOTSOCK see below
#define ENOTSUP see below
#define ENOTTY see below
#define ENXIO see below
#define EOPNOTSUPP see below
#define EOVERFLOW see below
#define EOWNERDEAD see below
#define EPERM see below
#define EPIPE see below
#define EPROTO see below
#define EPROTONOSUPPORT see below
#define EPROTOTYPE see below
#define ERANGE see below
#define EROFS see below
#define ESPIPE see below
#define ESRCH see below
#define ETIME see below
#define ETIMEDOUT see below
#define ETXTBSY see below
#define EWOULDBLOCK see below
#define EXDEV see below
The meaning of the macros in this header is defined by the POSIX standard.
See also: ISO C 7.5