typedef void* NUTCLIENT_t;
void nutclient_destroy(NUTCLIENT_t client);
typedef char** strarr;
strarr strarr_alloc(unsigned short count); void strarr_free(strarr arr);
The nutclient_destroy() function destroys a NUTCLIENT_t or derived (like NUTCLIENT_TCP_t) connection object, and frees allocated memory.
The strarr type represents an array of C strings (array of char pointer). The array must always be terminated by a NULL pointer. Pointed strings must be allocated by (x)calloc or (x)strdup.
The strarr_alloc() function allocates a strarr array with the specified number of (non-initialized) string pointers. Another additional pointer set to 0 is added at the end of the array.
The strarr_free function frees a strarr array. It also frees all pointed strings.
dev is the device name.
libnutclient(3), libnutclient_commands(3), libnutclient_devices(3), libnutclient_tcp(3), libnutclient_variables(3).
The man page nutclient_destroy(3) is an alias of libnutclient_general(3).