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RemoveLink( link:TLink )

Returns:

Nothing.

Description:

Remove an object from a linked listRemoveLink is more efficient than ListRemove.


Comments

Plash(Posted 1+ years ago)
You can also call 'mylink.Remove()' (and getting the link by calling 'mylink = mylist.FindLink(value)' ).


degac(Posted 1+ years ago)
'SortList
'Bmax 1.34 - 05 sept 2009
SuperStrict

Type usertype
	Global list:TList=New TList

	Field name:String
	Field value:Int
	Field link:TLink 'a direct link to the list

	Function Create:usertype(_na$="",_val:Int=0)
		Local temp:usertype=New usertype
		temp.name=_na
		temp.value=_val
		'the usertype object is stored in the list
		'and we 'remember' its link in a field to
		'access it FASTER
		temp.link=ListAddLast(list,temp)
		
		Return temp
	End Function		
End Type

Local jim:usertype=usertype.Create("Jim",25)
Local Tom:usertype=usertype.Create("Tom",55)
Local Bit:usertype=usertype.Create("Bit",5)

'as we know 'where' is in the list an object, we can access directly to it
'via the LINK field

'we can remove it directly

For Local users:usertype=EachIn usertype.list
	Print users.name+" "+users.value
Next

bit.link.remove() 'or we could use ListFindLink(usertype.list,bit) - but it's slower...
Print
'now Bit is gone...
For Local users:usertype=EachIn usertype.list
	Print users.name+" "+users.value
Next



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