Program Base Library Functions
( PblCollection* collection,
int (* aggregation ) ( void* context,
int index, void* element ) )
Aggregates a collection by calling the aggregation function on every element of the collection while running through the collection with an iterator.
Aggregates a collection by calling the aggregation function on every element
of the collection while running through the collection with an iterator.
The application context supplied is passed to the aggregation function
for each element.
If the aggregation function for an element returns a value > 0,
the aggregation is terminated immediately and the return value of
the aggregation function is given back to the caller.
Otherwise the aggregation is continued to the next element
of the collection until the iterator reaches its end.
This method has a time complexity of O(N),
with N being the size of the collection.
- collection - The collection to aggregate.
context - The application context to pass to the aggregation function.
aggregation - The aggregation function called on every collection element.
context - The application context passed.
index - The index of the element passed.
element - The collection element to aggregate.
- int rc > 0: The aggregation was terminated with the return code of the aggregation function.
int rc == 0: The aggregation succeeded, all elements where aggregated.
int rc < 0: An error, see pbl_errno:
PBL_ERROR_PARAM_COLLECTION - The collection cannot be iterated.
PBL_ERROR_CONCURRENT_MODIFICATION - The collection was modified concurrently.
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