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NAME

atomic_sub_int, atomic_sub_int_nv, atomic_sub_long, atomic_sub_long_nvatomic subtraction operations

SYNOPSIS

#include <sys/atomic.h>
void
atomic_sub_int(volatile unsigned int *p, unsigned int v);
unsigned int
atomic_sub_int_nv(volatile unsigned int *p, unsigned int v);
void
atomic_sub_long(volatile unsigned long *p, unsigned long v);
unsigned long
atomic_sub_long_nv(volatile unsigned long *p, unsigned long v);

DESCRIPTION

The atomic_sub set of functions provide an interface for atomically performing sub and sub-and-fetch operations with respect to interrupts and multiple processors in the system.
The value referenced by the pointer p is decremented by the value v.

CONTEXT

atomic_sub_int(), atomic_sub_int_nv(), atomic_sub_long(), and atomic_sub_long_nv() can all be called during autoconf, from process context, or from interrupt context.

RETURN VALUES

atomic_sub_int and atomic_sub_long perform the subtraction without returning any knowledge of the value at p.
atomic_sub_int_nv and atomic_sub_long_nv return the value at p after the subtraction was performed.

SEE ALSO

atomic_add_int(9), atomic_dec_int(9)

HISTORY

The atomic_sub functions first appeared in OpenBSD 5.5.
July 23, 2014 OpenBSD-current