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Section: hashkit_clone (3) Updated: 2010-01-07
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NAME

hashkit_create, hashkit_clone, hashkit_free, hashkit_is_allocated - Create and destroy hashkit objects  

LIBRARY

C Library for hashing algorithms (libhashkit, -lhashkit)  

SYNOPSIS

  #include <libhashkit/hashkit.h>

  hashkit_st *hashkit_create(hashkit_st *hash);

  hashkit_st *hashkit_clone(hashkit_st *destination, const hashkit_st *ptr);

  void hashkit_free(hashkit_st *hash);

  bool hashkit_is_allocated(const hashkit_st *hash);

 

DESCRIPTION

The hashkit_create() function initializes a hashkit object for use. If you pass a NULL argument for hash, then the memory for the object is allocated. If you specify a pre-allocated piece of memory, that is initialized for use.

The hashkit_clone() function initializes a hashkit object much like hashkit_create(), but instead of using default settings it will use the settings of the ptr hashkit object.

The hashkit_free() frees any resources being consumed by the hashkit objects that were initialized with hashkit_create() or hashkit_clone().

The hashkit_is_allocated() reports where the memory was allocated for a hashkit object.  

RETURN VALUE

hashkit_create() and hashkit_clone() will return NULL on failure or non-NULL on success.

hashkit_is_allocated() returns true if the memory for the hashkit object was allocated inside of hashkit_create() or hashkit_clone(), otherwise it is false and was user-supplied memory.  

HOME

To find out more information please check: <https://launchpad.net/libmemcached>  

AUTHOR

Brian Aker, <brian@tangent.org>


 

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