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Hi, all: Can anyone explain the line below (in .h file)? Thank you very much. LIST_HEAD(a, b) c; Does a and b means 2 instance? What does c stand for? ...
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    LIST_HEAD problem


    Hi, all:

    Can anyone explain the line below (in .h file)? Thank you very much.
    LIST_HEAD(a, b) c;
    Does a and b means 2 instance? What does c stand for?


    Best Regards,
    Max

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    try reading kernel/linux2.x.x/incude/linux/list.h
    also i didn't get ur question... so could u elaborate more??

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    Thank you raj. I find a new definition of LIST_HEAD in other part of the project.

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