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'Sglib' is a generic library for C that was inspired by the Standard Template Library from C++. It has a single header file and no binary code. It defines macros for sorting arrays and manipulating lists, sorted lists, double linked lists, hashed containers, and red-black trees. Macros are parametrized by the type of the data structure. The library does not enforce its own data representation, but acts on user-defined types. Nor does it enforce any particular memory management system.
DocumentationUser reference manual available in HTML format from http://xref-tech.com/sglib/doc/index.html
released on 18 July 2005
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