Last updated March 2020
sl_next — Move iter forward a node and return the new node's data
void * **sl_next** ( | sl, | |
| | iter
); | |
Move iter forward a node and return the new node's data.
The list iterator.
This function returns void.
When a value is returned, the memory is owned by the Skiplist. Your memory can become invalid if something else removes this value from the Skiplist.
It is legal to call this function in any thread but skiplist functions are not thread safe.
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