res_query under linux

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    res_query under linux

    which kind of structure returns res_query in answer (see resolver(3))
    if PTR query was sent?

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    in other words accordingly to RFC 1035 (page 17) i obtain simply pointer to some data. To which structure should i fit this pointer to read actual data?

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    solved: ns_initparse, ns_msg_count, ns_parserr

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