Moves from the current element to the next element in the list, or onto the first
element if you have previously called ResetList()
linkedlist() - The name of your linked list variable, created with the NewList command.
You must specify the brackets after the list name.
The value returned by this command can be used to show whether the next element
exists or not (it will not exist if you are at the end of the list). If the next item exists,
this command will return a value which is not equal to zero. If the next element
does not exist then it will return a value of zero.
Advanced users only:
The value that this command returns is a pointer to the next element or zero
if the next element does not exist. The structure of each element is shown
*Next.Element ; Pointer to next element in list or zero if at last element
*Previous.Element ; Pointer to previous element in list or zero if at first element
; The users data type which the list was created with will follow
; those two variables (which means the user data can be found at
; the address of the new element + 8
You should not change the pointers at the start of the elements as this will break the
structure of the list, leading to all sorts of problems.
For i=1 To 10
scores() = 100 - i
; This is OK since the first call to NextElement() will move the current element to the first item in the list
MessageRequester("Score", Str(scores()), #PB_MessageRequester_OK)