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ZMQ_ATOMIC_COUNTER_D(3)		  0MQ Manual	       ZMQ_ATOMIC_COUNTER_D(3)

NAME
       zmq_atomic_counter_destroy - destroy an atomic counter

SYNOPSIS
       void zmq_atomic_counter_destroy (void **counter_p);

DESCRIPTION
       The zmq_atomic_counter_destroy function destroys	an atomic counter and
       nullifies its reference.	Pass the address of an atomic counter (void
       **) rather than the counter itself. You must destroy all	counters that
       you create, to avoid memory leakage. This function uses platform
       specific	atomic operations.

RETURN VALUE
       The zmq_atomic_counter_destroy()	function has no	return value.

EXAMPLE
       Test code for atomic counters.

	   void	*counter = zmq_atomic_counter_new ();
	   assert (zmq_atomic_counter_value (counter) == 0);
	   assert (zmq_atomic_counter_inc (counter) == 0);
	   assert (zmq_atomic_counter_inc (counter) == 1);
	   assert (zmq_atomic_counter_inc (counter) == 2);
	   assert (zmq_atomic_counter_value (counter) == 3);
	   assert (zmq_atomic_counter_dec (counter) == 1);
	   assert (zmq_atomic_counter_dec (counter) == 1);
	   assert (zmq_atomic_counter_dec (counter) == 0);
	   zmq_atomic_counter_set (counter, 2);
	   assert (zmq_atomic_counter_dec (counter) == 1);
	   assert (zmq_atomic_counter_dec (counter) == 0);
	   zmq_atomic_counter_destroy (&counter);
	   return 0;

SEE ALSO
       zmq_atomic_counter_new(3) zmq_atomic_counter_set(3)
       zmq_atomic_counter_inc(3) zmq_atomic_counter_dec(3)
       zmq_atomic_counter_value(3)

AUTHORS
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       read the	0MQ Contribution Policy	at
       http://www.zeromq.org/docs:contributing.

0MQ 4.3.1			  01/12/2019	       ZMQ_ATOMIC_COUNTER_D(3)

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