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CIRCLEQ(3)              Linux Programmer's Manual             CIRCLEQ(3)

NAME         top

       CIRCLEQ_EMPTY, CIRCLEQ_ENTRY, CIRCLEQ_FIRST, CIRCLEQ_FOREACH,
       CIRCLEQ_FOREACH_REVERSE, CIRCLEQ_HEAD, CIRCLEQ_HEAD_INITIALIZER,
       CIRCLEQ_INIT, CIRCLEQ_INSERT_AFTER, CIRCLEQ_INSERT_BEFORE,
       CIRCLEQ_INSERT_HEAD, CIRCLEQ_INSERT_TAIL, CIRCLEQ_LAST,
       CIRCLEQ_LOOP_NEXT, CIRCLEQ_LOOP_PREV, CIRCLEQ_NEXT, CIRCLEQ_PREV,
       CIRCLEQ_REMOVE - implementation of a doubly linked circular queue

SYNOPSIS         top

       #include <sys/queue.h>

       int CIRCLEQ_EMPTY(CIRCLEQ_HEAD *head);

       CIRCLEQ_ENTRY(TYPE);

       struct TYPE *CIRCLEQ_FIRST(CIRCLEQ_HEAD *head);

       CIRCLEQ_FOREACH(struct TYPE *var, CIRCLEQ_HEAD *head,
                       CIRCLEQ_ENTRY NAME);

       CIRCLEQ_FOREACH_REVERSE(struct TYPE *var, CIRCLEQ_HEAD *head,
                       CIRCLEQ_ENTRY NAME);

       CIRCLEQ_HEAD(HEADNAME, TYPE);

       CIRCLEQ_HEAD CIRCLEQ_HEAD_INITIALIZER(CIRCLEQ_HEAD head);

       void CIRCLEQ_INIT(CIRCLEQ_HEAD *head);

       void CIRCLEQ_INSERT_AFTER(CIRCLEQ_HEAD *head, struct TYPE *listelm,
                       struct TYPE *elm, CIRCLEQ_ENTRY NAME);

       void CIRCLEQ_INSERT_BEFORE(CIRCLEQ_HEAD *head, struct TYPE *listelm,
                       struct TYPE *elm, CIRCLEQ_ENTRY NAME);

       void CIRCLEQ_INSERT_HEAD(CIRCLEQ_HEAD *head, struct TYPE *elm,
                       CIRCLEQ_ENTRY NAME);

       void CIRCLEQ_INSERT_TAIL(CIRCLEQ_HEAD *head, struct TYPE *elm,
                       CIRCLEQ_ENTRY NAME);

       struct TYPE *CIRCLEQ_LAST(CIRCLEQ_HEAD *head);

       void CIRCLEQ_LOOP_NEXT(CIRCLEQ_HEAD *head, struct TYPE *elm,
                       CIRCLEQ_ENTRY NAME);

       void CIRCLEQ_LOOP_PREV(CIRCLEQ_HEAD *head, struct TYPE *elm,
                       CIRCLEQ_ENTRY NAME);

       struct TYPE *CIRCLEQ_NEXT(struct TYPE *elm, CIRCLEQ_ENTRY NAME);

       struct TYPE *CIRCLEQ_PREV(struct TYPE *elm, CIRCLEQ_ENTRY NAME);

       void CIRCLEQ_REMOVE(CIRCLEQ_HEAD *head, struct TYPE *elm,
                       CIRCLEQ_ENTRY NAME);

DESCRIPTION         top

       These macros define and operate on doubly linked circular queues.

       In the macro definitions, TYPE is the name of a user-defined
       structure, that must contain a field of type CIRCLEQ_ENTRY, named
       NAME.  The argument HEADNAME is the name of a user-defined
       structure that must be declared using the macro CIRCLEQ_HEAD().

       A circular queue is headed by a structure defined by the
       CIRCLEQ_HEAD() macro.  This structure contains a pair of
       pointers, one to the first element in the circular queue and the
       other to the last element in the circular queue.  The elements
       are doubly linked so that an arbitrary element can be removed
       without traversing the circular queue.  New elements can be added
       to the circular queue after an existing element, before an
       existing element, at the head of the circular queue, or at the
       end of the circular queue.  A CIRCLEQ_HEAD structure is declared
       as follows:

           CIRCLEQ_HEAD(HEADNAME, TYPE) head;

       where struct HEADNAME is the structure to be defined, and struct
       TYPE is the type of the elements to be linked into the circular
       queue.  A pointer to the head of the circular queue can later be
       declared as:

           struct HEADNAME *headp;

       (The names head and headp are user selectable.)

       The macro CIRCLEQ_HEAD_INITIALIZER() evaluates to an initializer
       for the circular queue head.

       The macro CIRCLEQ_EMPTY() evaluates to true if there are no items
       on the circular queue.

       The macro CIRCLEQ_ENTRY() declares a structure that connects the
       elements in the circular queue.

       The macro CIRCLEQ_FIRST() returns the first item on the circular
       queue.

       The macro CIRCLEQ_FOREACH() traverses the circular queue
       referenced by head in the forward direction, assigning each
       element in turn to var.  var is set to &head if the loop
       completes normally, or if there were no elements.

       The macro CIRCLEQ_FOREACH_REVERSE() traverses the circular queue
       referenced by head in the reverse direction, assigning each
       element in turn to var.

       The macro CIRCLEQ_INIT() initializes the circular queue
       referenced by head.

       The macro CIRCLEQ_INSERT_HEAD() inserts the new element elm at
       the head of the circular queue.

       The macro CIRCLEQ_INSERT_TAIL() inserts the new element elm at
       the end of the circular queue.

       The macro CIRCLEQ_INSERT_AFTER() inserts the new element elm
       after the element listelm.

       The macro CIRCLEQ_INSERT_BEFORE() inserts the new element elm
       before the element listelm.

       The macro CIRCLEQ_LAST() returns the last item on the circular
       queue.

       The macro CIRCLEQ_NEXT() returns the next item on the circular
       queue, or &head if this item is the last one.

       The macro CIRCLEQ_PREV() returns the previous item on the
       circular queue, or &head if this item is the first one.

       The macro CIRCLEQ_LOOP_NEXT() returns the next item on the
       circular queue.  If elm is the last element on the circular
       queue, the first element is returned.

       The macro CIRCLEQ_LOOP_PREV() returns the previous item on the
       circular queue.  If elm is the first element on the circular
       queue, the last element is returned.

       The macro CIRCLEQ_REMOVE() removes the element elm from the
       circular queue.

RETURN VALUE         top

       CIRCLEQ_EMPTY() returns nonzero if the queue is empty, and zero
       if the queue contains at least one entry.

       CIRCLEQ_FIRST(), CIRCLEQ_LAST(), CIRCLEQ_NEXT(), and
       CIRCLEQ_PREV() return a pointer to the first, last, next or
       previous TYPE structure, respectively.

       CIRCLEQ_HEAD_INITIALIZER() returns an initializer that can be
       assigned to the queue head.

CONFORMING TO         top

       Not in POSIX.1, POSIX.1-2001 or POSIX.1-2008.  Present on the
       BSDs (CIRCLEQ macros first appeared in 4.4BSD).

BUGS         top

       The macros CIRCLEQ_FOREACH() and CIRCLEQ_FOREACH_REVERSE() don't
       allow var to be removed or freed within the loop, as it would
       interfere with the traversal.  The macros CIRCLEQ_FOREACH_SAFE()
       and CIRCLEQ_FOREACH_REVERSE_SAFE(), which are present on the BSDs
       but are not present in glibc, fix this limitation by allowing var
       to safely be removed from the list and freed from within the loop
       without interfering with the traversal.

EXAMPLES         top

       #include <stddef.h>
       #include <stdio.h>
       #include <stdlib.h>
       #include <sys/queue.h>

       struct entry {
           int data;
           CIRCLEQ_ENTRY(entry) entries;           /* Queue. */
       };

       CIRCLEQ_HEAD(circlehead, entry);

       int
       main(void)
       {
           struct entry *n1, *n2, *n3, *np;
           struct circlehead head;                 /* Queue head. */
           int i;

           CIRCLEQ_INIT(&head);                    /* Initialize the queue. */

           n1 = malloc(sizeof(struct entry));      /* Insert at the head. */
           CIRCLEQ_INSERT_HEAD(&head, n1, entries);

           n1 = malloc(sizeof(struct entry));      /* Insert at the tail. */
           CIRCLEQ_INSERT_TAIL(&head, n1, entries);

           n2 = malloc(sizeof(struct entry));      /* Insert after. */
           CIRCLEQ_INSERT_AFTER(&head, n1, n2, entries);

           n3 = malloc(sizeof(struct entry));      /* Insert before. */
           CIRCLEQ_INSERT_BEFORE(&head, n2, n3, entries);

           CIRCLEQ_REMOVE(&head, n2, entries);     /* Deletion. */
           free(n2);
                                                   /* Forward traversal. */
           i = 0;
           CIRCLEQ_FOREACH(np, &head, entries)
               np->data = i++;
                                                   /* Reverse traversal. */
           CIRCLEQ_FOREACH_REVERSE(np, &head, entries)
               printf("%i\n", np->data);
                                                   /* Queue deletion. */
           n1 = CIRCLEQ_FIRST(&head);
           while (n1 != (void *)&head) {
               n2 = CIRCLEQ_NEXT(n1, entries);
               free(n1);
               n1 = n2;
           }
           CIRCLEQ_INIT(&head);

           exit(EXIT_SUCCESS);
       }

SEE ALSO         top

       insque(3), queue(7)

COLOPHON         top

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