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List Functions

Section: globus rsl (3) Updated: 7 Jun 2010
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globus_list_t * globus_list_copy_reverse (globus_list_t *orig)
 

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globus_list_t* globus_list_copy_reverse (globus_list_t * orig)

Create a reverse-order copy of a list. The globus_list_copy_reverse() function creates and returns a copy of its input parameter, with the order of the list elements reversed. This copy is a shallow copy of list nodes, so both the list pointed to by orig and the returned list point to the same list element data.

Parameters:

orig A pointer to the list to copy.

Returns:

Upon success, globus_list_copy_reverse() returns a new list containing the same elements as the list pointed to by orig in reverse order. If an error occurs, globus_list_copy_reverse() returns NULL.

 

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