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Old 05-26-2009, 01:24 AM   #1
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struct file_operations fields

struct file_operations hello_fops = {
read: hello_read,
write: hello_write,
ioctl: hello_ioctl,
open: hello_open,
release: hello_release,

Here what is the meaning of : after struct field i.e owner:
Somewhere I 've also seen like .owner:=

What is meaning of . here
Can anybody explain this..



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