This chapter describes facilities that exist within the TINA system libraries for the manipulation of generic list structures. It is strongly recommended that these structures (along with the additional data structures described in the next chapter) are used to provide the connectivity amongst other data types. The core TINA system code and most of the application are written in this way. Doing so will assist the modularity, regularity and robustness of the system.
Tina list structure definitions and typedefs (amongst other things) can be included with
function declarations with
programs should be compiled with the library