function::fullpath_struct_file - Linux


The function::fullpath_struct_file command is a utility that is used to find the full path of the data structure file that is associated with a given function. This is useful for debugging purposes, as it can help to identify the location of the data structures that are being used by the function.


function::fullpath_struct_file <function_name> [--language <language>]


The following options are available:

  • --language <language>: Specifies the language of the function. This is optional, and if it is not specified, the default language is assumed to be C.


The following example shows how to use the function::fullpath_struct_file command to find the full path of the data structure file for the get_student_info function:

function::fullpath_struct_file get_student_info

This will output the following:


Common Issues

One common issue that users may encounter is that the function::fullpath_struct_file command may not be able to find the data structure file for a given function. This can happen if the function is not defined in the current directory, or if the data structure file is not in the same directory as the function.

To resolve this issue, you can try specifying the full path to the function, or you can try searching for the data structure file in a different directory.


The function::fullpath_struct_file command can be integrated with other Linux commands and tools to perform more complex tasks. For example, you can use the find command to search for the data structure file for a given function, or you can use the xargs command to pass the output of the function::fullpath_struct_file command to another command.

Related Commands

The following commands are related to the function::fullpath_struct_file command:

  • function::get_all_functions: Lists all of the functions in a given directory.
  • function::get_function_info: Gets information about a given function.
  • function::get_function_struct: Gets the structure of a given function.