Destroy a read/write lock created with SDL_CreateRWLock().
void SDL_DestroyRWLock(SDL_RWLock *rwlock);
|rwlock||the rwlock to destroy|
This function must be called on any read/write lock that is no longer needed. Failure to destroy a rwlock will result in a system memory or resource leak. While it is safe to destroy a rwlock that is unlocked, it is not safe to attempt to destroy a locked rwlock, and may result in undefined behavior depending on the platform.
This function is available since SDL 3.0.0.