Manual Reference Pages - LIBDS (3)
libds - ANSI-C compliant small and powerful data structures library.
# include <ds.h>
LibDS is a small but powerful and easy to use library containing a few
very useful data structures. Currently, the following data structures are
- a balanced binary tree (an AVL tree);
- a binary HEAP;
- a QUEUE;
- a HASH table;
- a SET and a BAG;
- a variable length array that can grows dynamically as new elements are
added or deleted (PARRAY).
LibDS has been designed to be very easy to use, without sacrificing either
flexibility or speed. The API is small, and clean.
The documentation for LibDS is maintained in the form of HTML pages
only. These pages are found in the doc directory of the main
LibDS distribution, or on the web at:
On FreeBSD, they might be found under /usr/local/share/doc/libds, if
LibDS is properly installed.
The current version of LibDS is 2.1, released October 25, 2002.
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