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       list_create,   list_destroy,   list_insert_after,   list_insert_before,
       list_insert_head,  list_insert_tail,   list_remove,   list_remove_head,
       list_remove_tail,    list_head,	  list_tail,   list_next,   list_prev,
       list_is_empty,	list_link_init,	  list_link_active,    list_move_tail,
       list_link_replace - list functions

       #include <sys/list.h>

       void list_create(list_t * list, size_t size, size_t offset);

       void list_destroy(list_t * list);

       void list_insert_after(list_t * list, void *reference_item,
	    void *new_item);

       void list_insert_before(list_t * list, void *reference_item,
	    void *new_item);

       void list_insert_head(list_t * list*, void *new_item);

       void list_insert_tail(list_t * list, void *new_item);

       void list_remove(list_t * list, void *item);

       void *list_remove_head(list_t * list);

       void *list_remove_tail(list_t * list);

       void *list_head(list_t * list);

       void *list_tail(list_t * list);

       void *list_next(list_t * list, void *reference_item);

       void *list_prev(list_t * list, void *reference_item);

       int list_is_empty(list_t * list);

       void list_link_init(list_node_t *node);

       int list_link_active(list_node_t *node);

       void list_move_tail(list_t *dst, list_t *src);

       void list_link_replace(list_node_t *node1, list_node_t *node2);

       The  list_create() function initializes a new list. The driver supplies
       the storage for the list handle, the size of an individual element, and
       the  offset of a list_node_t within the element to use for the links of
       the list.

       The list_destroy() function destroys the list handle, including freeing
       any resources that may have been internally allocated for the list. The
       list must be empty when this function is called.

       The  list_insert_after()	 and  list_insert_before()  functions	insert
       new_item	 into the linked list at a location after or before the refer‐
       ence item, which must already be on the list.

       The list_insert_head()  and  list_insert_tail()	functions  insert  the
       new_item on the list at either the head or tail of the list.  (The head
       is the first item, the tail is the last item).

       The list_remove() function removes the item from the list.

       The list_remove_head() and list_remove_tail() functions remove the head
       (first) or tail (last) item from the list. The item removed is returned
       to the caller. If the list is empty when these  functions  are  called,
       then no change is made and NULL is returned to the caller.

       The  list_head()	 and  list_tail()  functions  simply  return  the head
       (first) or tail (last) item on the list.	 NULL is returned if the  list
       is empty.

       The  list_next()	 and list_prev() functions return the next or previous
       item in the list, relative to the named reference item  which  must  be
       linked on the list.

       The  list_is_empty() function returns 0 if the list has items in it, or
       non-zero otherwise.

       The list_link_init() function initializes the list_node_t. It is	 func‐
       tionally equivalent to bzero(node, sizeof(*node));

       The  list_link_active()	function returns non-zero if the node is on an
       active list.

       The list_move_tail() function is used to append the items  on  the  src
       list  to	 the  end  of the dst list. It is mandatory that the two lists
       were initialized using identical size and offset parameters. Upon  com‐
       pletion, the src list will be empty.

       The  list_link_replace() function swaps two items on a list.  Note that
       the items need not be on the same list, but extreme care must  be  used
       to  ensure  that	 both lists are protected from concurrent accesses and
       that the lists were initialized with identical size and offset  parame‐

       See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:

       │Interface Stability │ Committed	      │


				 Sep 17, 2009		       LIST_CREATE(9F)

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