Provided by: libck-dev_0.6.0-1.1_amd64
ck_hs_next — iterate to next entry in hash set
Concurrency Kit (libck, -lck)
#include <ck_hs.h> bool ck_hs_next(ck_hs_t *hs, ck_hs_iterator_t *iterator, void **entry);
The ck_hs_next(3) function will increment the iterator object pointed to by iterator to point to the next non-empty hash set entry. If ck_hs_next(3) returns true then the pointer pointed to by entry is initialized to the current hash set key pointed to by the iterator object. It is expected that iterator has been initialized using the ck_hs_iterator_init(3) function or statically initialized using CK_HS_ITERATOR_INITIALIZER.
If ck_hs_next(3) returns true then the object pointed to by entry points to a valid hash set key. If ck_hs_next(3) returns false then the value of the object pointed to by entry is undefined.
Behavior is undefined if iterator or hs are uninitialized.
ck_hs_init(3), ck_hs_move(3), ck_hs_destroy(3), CK_HS_HASH(3), ck_hs_iterator_init(3), ck_hs_get(3), ck_hs_put(3), ck_hs_put_unique(3), ck_hs_set(3), ck_hs_fas(3), ck_hs_remove(3), ck_hs_grow(3), ck_hs_rebuild(3), ck_hs_gc(3), ck_hs_count(3), ck_hs_reset(3), ck_hs_reset_size(3), ck_hs_stat(3) Additional information available at http://concurrencykit.org/ September 17, 2012