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NAME

       addnum - create a num and add it to a list

SYNOPSYS

       #include "mut.h"
       num_list ∗addnum(ptnum, data)
       num_list ∗ptnum;
       long data;

PARAMETERS

       ptnum               Pointer to a num_list

       data                Value of the data

DESCRIPTION

       addnum creates a new num element and adds it to the front of the list pointed to by ptnum,
       and becomes itself the list head.
       The data fills the DATA field of the num strucutre.  For details  on  the  structure,  see
       num(3).

RETURN VALUE

       addnum returns a pointer to the new head of list.

EXAMPLE

       #include "mut.h"
       #include "mlo.h"
       void count(pn)
       num_list ∗pn;
       {
       num_list ∗c = NULL; /∗ initialized for regularity ∗/
          while (pt) {
             if (pt->TYPE == EXTERNAL)
                c = addnum(c, (void ∗)pt)
             pt = pt->NEXT;
          }
          return c;
       }

SEE ALSO

       mbk(1), num(3), freenum(3).