|fh_extractmin(struct fibheap *heap)|
|fh_min(struct fibheap *heap)|
|fh_replacedata(struct fibheap *heap, struct fibheap_el *elem, void *data)|
|fh_delete(struct fibheap *heap, struct fibheap_el *elem)|
|fh_deleteheap(struct fibheap *heap)|
|struct fibheap *|
|fh_union(struct fibheap *heapa, struct fibheap *heapb)|
These functions are shared between both key heaps and normal heaps.
Once a elem pointer has been passed to fh_delete(3) that elem pointer may be reused to store another datum. You should make sure that you destroy any copies of the pointer.
The fh_extractmin function returns the value of data that is the minimum element and removes it from the heap.
The fh_min function returns the current minimum element but does not remove it from the heap.
The fh_replacedata replaces the data in elem and returns the old data.
The fh_delete function removes elem from the heap, and returns the data that was stored in the element.
The fh_deleteheap complete destroys the heap. It does not free any user supplied data elements stored in the heap.
The fh_union function returns the union of the two heaps heapa and heapb.
This library and man page was writen by John-Mark Gurney <email@example.com>.
|libfib||FH_EXTRACTMIN (3)||29 Mar 2000|