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.TH cs_destroy 3 "12 July 2007" "ClearSilver" "cs/cs.h"

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.SH NAME
cs_destroy  - clean up and dealloc a parse tree
.SH SYNOPSIS
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#include <cs/cs.h>
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void cs_destroy (CSPARSE **parse);

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.SH ARGUMENTS
parse - a pointer to a parse structure.

.SH DESCRIPTION
cs_destroy will clean up all the memory associated with
a CSPARSE structure, including strings passed to
cs_parse_string.  This does not clean up any memory
allocated by your own CSOUTFUNC or the HDF data
structure passed to cs_init.  It is safe to call this
with a NULL pointer, and it will leave parse NULL as
well (ie, it can be called more than once on the same
var)

.SH "RETURN VALUE"
parse - will be NULL

.SH "SEE ALSO"
.BR cs_dump "(3), "cs_destroy "(3), "cs_render "(3), "cs_register_esc_strfunc "(3), "cs_arg_parsev "(3), "cs_register_fileload "(3), "cs_init "(3), "cs_register_strfunc "(3), "cs_arg_parse "(3), "cs_parse_string "(3), "cs_parse_file "(3), "= "(3), "cs_register_function