list->retrieve_last (ul_oocbs)

	item.g.r = retrieve_last(list.s.r)

	This method retrieves the last element, but does not
	remove it from the list.

	list              a pointer to the list (structure of type List)

	This function returns:

	a pointer to the item retrieved from the head of the List

	Use of this class requires the following header files:

	list.h

	Related functions:

	create_List()     the constructor for instances of the List class

	C/C++ usage:

	#include "list.h"
	List	*list;
	int	item;
	int	length;
	void	*ptr;
	int	tag;

	ptr = (*list->retrieve_last)(list);
	if (ptr != (void *) NULL)
	    item = *ptr;

	Note:

	The List class actually allocates space in which to store the
	data item given to it for the "put" operation. It is a pointer
	to this allocated space that is returned by this method.
	Note, however, that since "retrieve" is a nondestructive
	operation, the user of the List class must be sure NOT to free
	this pointer or else the internal integrity of the List will be
	compromised.