ExInterlockedPushEntrySList macro (wdm.h)
The ExInterlockedPushEntrySList routine atomically inserts an entry at the beginning of a sequenced singly linked list.
NTKERNELAPI PSLIST_ENTRY FASTCALL ExInterlockedPushEntrySList ( _Inout_ PSLIST_HEADER ListHead, _Inout_ __drv_aliasesMem PSLIST_ENTRY ListEntry, _Inout_opt_ _Requires_lock_not_held_(*_Curr_) PKSPIN_LOCK Lock );
A pointer to the caller-allocated entry to be inserted.
[in, out] Lock
A pointer to a KSPIN_LOCK structure that serves as the spin lock used to synchronize access to the list. The storage for the spin lock must be resident and must have been initialized by calling KeInitializeSpinLock. You must use this spin lock only with the ExInterlockedXxxList routines.
If there were entries on the specified list, ExInterlockedPushEntrySList returns a pointer to the first SLIST_ENTRY structure that was an entry on the list; otherwise, it returns NULL.
For more information about using this routine to implement a sequenced singly linked list, see Singly and Doubly Linked Lists.
On Windows 2000, drivers must use the -D_WIN2K_COMPAT_SLIST_USAGE switch to successfully link code that uses ExInterlockedPushEntrySList.
The ExInterlockedPushEntrySList routine can be called at any IRQL. The storage for the ListHead parameter and the list entries must be resident at all IRQLs.
|Minimum supported client||Available starting with Windows 2000.|
|Header||wdm.h (include Wdm.h, Ntddk.h, Ntifs.h)|
|IRQL||Any level (see Remarks section)|
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