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AUTH2ELEM(3)		   AUT STRUCTURE DEFINITIONS		  AUTH2ELEM(3)

NAME
       auth2elem - element in an hash table with two keys.

DESCRIPTION
       The auth2elem structure is used to describe an hash element.

       The  declarations  needed  to  work  on	auth2elem are available	in the
       header file "/labo/include/aut101.h", where '101'  is  the  actual  aut
       version.

       The following C structure supports the description of an	hash element :
		typedef	struct auth2elem
		{
		  char *KEY1;
		  char *KEY2;
		  long	VALUE;
		} auth2elem;

       KEY1
			    KEY1  is the first hash element key, for example a
			   name	created	with namealloc.

       KEY2
			    KEY2 is the	second hash element key, for example a
			   name	created	with namealloc.

       VALUE
			    VALUE is the value associated to the two keys KEY1
			   and KEY2.

SEE ALSO
       aut(1), auth2table(3),

ASIM/LIP6			October	1, 1997			  AUTH2ELEM(3)

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