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void ReleaseData( PDATA pd );

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The following table lists classes in this documentation. 
The following table lists functions in this documentation. 
The following table lists structs, records, enums in this documentation. 
The following table lists types in this documentation. 
The following table lists macros in this documentation. 
 
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This was a basic attempt to make list into a C++ class. I gave up doing this sort of thing afterwards after realizing the methods of a library and these static methods for a class aren't much different. 
 
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See AddLink.

See DBG_PASS
 
 
 
This is function sack::containers::list::DeleteLink. 
 
This is function sack::containers::list::DeleteListEx. 
 
This is function sack::containers::list::EmptyList. 
 
This is function sack::containers::list::FindLink. 
 
if the callback function returns non 0 - then the looping is aborted, and the value is returned... the user value is passed to the callback. 
 
This is function sack::containers::list::GetLink. 
 
This is function sack::containers::list::GetLinkAddress. 
 
This is function sack::containers::list::SetLinkEx. 
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Adds a pointer to a user object to a list. 
removing this will cause some code to be uncomfortably modified... but as with all bad things - they must be removed. #define LIST_ENDFORALL() 
This is macro sack::containers::list::DeleteList. 
This is macro sack::containers::list::LIST_FORALL. 
This is macro sack::containers::list::LIST_NEXTALL. 
This is macro sack::containers::list::SetLink. 
 
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This is record sack::containers::list::LinkBlock. 
 
LIST 
This is type sack::containers::list::LIST. 
 
This was a basic attempt to make list into a C++ class. I gave up doing this sort of thing afterwards after realizing the methods of a library and these static methods for a class aren't much different. 
 
This is type sack::containers::list::PLIST. 
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address of the thing... 
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