CK_ARRAY_FOREACH man page

CK_ARRAY_FOREACH ā€” iterate through an array

Library

Concurrency Kit (libck, -lck)

Synopsis

#include <ck_array.h>

bool
CK_ARRAY_FOREACH(ck_array_t *array, ck_array_iterator_t *iterator, void **b);

Description

The CK_ARRAY_FOREACH(3) macro iterates through the array pointed to by array. A pointer to an iterator object must be specified by iterator and b must point to a void pointer.

Example

#include <ck_array.h> 
 
/* Assume this was already previously initialized. */ 
ck_array_t array; 
 
void 
example(void) 
{ 
	ck_array_iterator_t iterator; 
	void *pointer; 
 
	CK_ARRAY_FOREACH(&array, &iterator, &pointer) { 
		do_something(pointer); 
	} 
}

Return Values

This macro has no return value.

See Also

ck_array_init(3), ck_array_commit(3), ck_array_put(3), ck_array_put_unique(3), ck_array_remove(3), ck_array_deinit(3) ck_array_length(3), ck_array_buffer(3), ck_array_initialized(3)

Additional information available at http://concurrencykit.org/

Referenced By

ck_array_buffer(3), ck_array_commit(3), ck_array_deinit(3), ck_array_init(3), ck_array_initialized(3), ck_array_length(3), ck_array_put(3), ck_array_put_unique(3), ck_array_remove(3).

October 18, 2013