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Defined in header <threads.h>
int cnd_timedwait( cnd_t* restrict cond, mtx_t* restrict mutex,
                   const struct timespec* restrict time_point );
(since C11)

Atomically locks the mutex pointed to by mutex and blocks on the condition variable pointed to by cond until the thread is signalled by cnd_signal or cnd_broadcast, or until the TIME_UTC based time point pointed to by time_point has been reached. The mutex is locked again before the function returns.

The behavior is undefined if the mutex is not already locked by the calling thread.


cond - pointer to the condition variable to block on
mutex - pointer to the mutex to unlock for the duration of the block
duration - pointer to a object specifying timeout time to wait until

Return value

thrd_success if successful, thrd_timedout if the timeout time has been reached before the mutex is locked, or thrd_error if an error occurred.

See also

blocks on a condition variable
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