ck_bitmap_size (3) - Linux Man Pages

ck_bitmap_size: returns necessary number of bytes for bitmap

NAME

ck_bitmap_size - returns necessary number of bytes for bitmap

LIBRARY

Concurrency Kit (libck, -lck)

SYNOPSIS

In ck_bitmap.h Ft unsigned int Fn ck_bitmap_size unsigned int n_bits

DESCRIPTION

The Fn ck_bitmap_size function returns the number of bytes that are necessary to allocate for a bitmap that will contain the number of bits specified by Fa n_bits .

This function is used to determine how many bytes to allocate for dynamically created bitmap objects. The allocated object must still be initialized using ck_bitmap_init3.

RETURN VALUES

This function returns a non-zero value.

SEE ALSO

ck_bitmap_base3, ck_bitmap_init3, ck_bitmap_set_mpmc3, ck_bitmap_reset_mpmc3, ck_bitmap_test3, ck_bitmap_clear3, ck_bitmap_bits3, ck_bitmap_buffer3

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