Section (3) pthread_mutexattr_init
pthread_mutexattr_init, pthread_mutexattr_destroy — initialize and destroy a mutex attributes object
Compile and link with
function initializes the mutex attributes object pointed to
attr with default
values for all attributes defined by the implementation.
The results of initializing an already initialized mutex attributes object are undefined.
destroys a mutex attribute object (making it uninitialized).
Once a mutex attributes object has been destroyed, it can be
The results of destroying an uninitialized mutex attributes object are undefined.
Subsequent changes to a mutex attributes object do not affect mutex that have already been initialized using that object.
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