Linux and UNIX Man Pages

Linux & Unix Commands - Search Man Pages

remque(3) [ultrix man page]

insque(3)						     Library Functions Manual							 insque(3)

       insque, remque - insert/remove element from a queue

       struct qelem {
       struct	 qelem *q_forw;
       struct	 qelem *q_back;
       char q_data[];

       void insque(elem, pred)
       struct qelem *elem, *pred;

       void remque(elem)
       struct qelem *elem;

       The and subroutines manipulate queues built from doubly linked lists.  Each element in the queue must in the form of ``struct qelem.''  The
       subroutine inserts elem in a queue immediately after pred.  The subroutine removes an entry elem from a queue.


Check Out this Related Man Page

INSQUE(3)						     Linux Programmer's Manual							 INSQUE(3)

insque, remque - insert/remove an item from a queue SYNOPSIS
#include <search.h> void insque(void *elem, void *prev); void remque(void *elem); Feature Test Macro Requirements for glibc (see feature_test_macros(7)): insque(), remque(): _SVID_SOURCE || _XOPEN_SOURCE >= 500 DESCRIPTION
insque() and remque() are functions for manipulating doubly-linked lists. Each element in the list is a structure of which the first two structure elements are a forward and a backward pointer. insque() inserts the element pointed to by elem immediately after the element pointed to by prev, which must not be NULL. remque() removes the element pointed to by elem from the doubly-linked list. CONFORMING TO
Traditionally (e.g., SunOS, Linux libc 4 and libc 5), the arguments of these functions were of type struct qelem *, defined as: struct qelem { struct qelem *q_forw; struct qelem *q_back; char q_data[1]; }; This is still what you will get if _GNU_SOURCE is defined before including <search.h>. The location of the prototypes for these functions differs among several versions of Unix. The above is the POSIX version. Some systems place them in <string.h>. Linux libc4 and libc 5 placed them in <stdlib.h>. COLOPHON
This page is part of release 3.25 of the Linux man-pages project. A description of the project, and information about reporting bugs, can be found at 2008-07-11 INSQUE(3)
Man Page