This patch follows D85345 and adds more noundef attributes to return values/arguments of library functions
that are mostly about accessing the file system or processes.
A few functions like `chmod` or `times` use typedef `mode_t` and `clock_t`.
They are neither struct nor undef, so they cannot contain undef even if they're lowered to iN in IR. So, it is fine to use noundef for them.
- clock_t's actual type is size_t (C17, 220.127.116.11), so it isn't struct or union.
- For mode_t, either int or long is used in practice because programmers use bit manipulation. So, I think it is okay that it's never aggregate in practice.
After this patch, the remaining library functions are those that eagerly participate in optimizations: they can be removed, reordered, or
introduced by a transformation from primitive IR operations.
For them, a few testings is needed, since it may not be valid to add noundef anymore even if C standard says it's okay.