Subject: Re: use of LIST macros from sys/queue.h
To: David Laight <email@example.com>
From: Andrew Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/05/2002 12:14:10
>> Lastly, by seeing
>> the standard queue macros, you know exactly what type of list
>> is being used (list, simpleq, tailq, circleq) and that's useful.
>I beg to differ, on seeing the macros I have to go and dig
>through queue.h (or queue(3)) to work out what they are implementing,
>only then do I know the properties of the list being used.
i beg to differ. on seeing the macros i had to go read the man page
and go "oh...ok. i think i get it." then i tried using using them
and it worked. nice and easy.
>If you can write code for these sorts of lists in your sleep,
>the macros are not necessary.
if you can write code that uses these macros, you don't even have to
think about it when you sleep.
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