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NAME

       genders_index_attrvals - internally index attribute values in genders

SYNOPSIS

       #include <genders.h>

       int genders_index_attrvals(genders_t handle, const char *attr);

DESCRIPTION

       genders_index_attrvals()  internally  indexes attribute values in a genders handle so that
       genders  searches  can   be   done   more   quickly   in   the   genders_getnodes(3)   and
       genders_isattrval(3) functions.

       Only  one  attribute  can be indexed at a time through this function.  Subsequent calls to
       this function with a different attribute will overwrite earlier indexes.

RETURN VALUES

       On success, 0 is returned.  On error, -1 is returned, and an error  code  is  returned  in
       handle.   The error code can be retrieved via genders_errnum(3) , and a description of the
       error code  can  be  retrieved  via  genders_strerror(3).   Error  codes  are  defined  in
       genders.h.

ERRORS

       GENDERS_ERR_NULLHANDLE
              The   handle   parameter  is  NULL.   The  genders  handle  must  be  created  with
              genders_handle_create(3).

       GENDERS_ERR_NOTLOADED
              genders_load_data(3) has not been called to load genders data.

       GENDERS_ERR_PARAMETERS
              An incorrect parameter has been passed in.

       GENDERS_ERR_NOTFOUND
              The attribute pointed to by attr cannot be found in the genders file.

       GENDERS_ERR_OUTMEM
              malloc(3) has failed internally, system is out of memory.

       GENDERS_ERR_MAGIC
              handle has an incorrect magic number.  handle does not point to a genders handle or
              handle has been destroyed by genders_handle_destroy(3).

       GENDERS_ERR_INTERNAL
              An internal system error has occurred.

FILES

       /usr/include/genders.h

SEE ALSO

       libgenders(3),    genders_handle_create(3),   genders_load_data(3),   genders_getnodes(3),
       genders_isattrval(3), genders_errnum(3), genders_strerror(3)