bind #d /fd /fd/0 /fd/0ctl /fd/1 /fd/1ctl ...
A sys-open(2) of file n results in a file descriptor identical to what would be returned from a system call sys->dup(n, -1). Note that the result is no longer a file in the dup device.
The stat operation returns information about the device file, not the open file it points to. A stat of #d/n will contain n for the name, 0 for the length, and 400, 200, or 600 (octal) for the mode, depending on whether the dup target is open for reading, writing, or both.
A file of name nctl may be read to discover the properties of the associated file descriptor, in format identical to that of the fd file in prog(3).
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