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Old 08-16-2009
shared memory - userdefined data structures


I wonder if I can write my userdefined data structures(ex: a list) to a shared memory segment?
I know, the shm functions get (void*) parameter so I should be able to read and write a list into the shared memory.
may someone inform and clarify me about that, please?
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Old 08-16-2009
Yes you can write a list and/or data structure to shared memory.
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