What is the ideal way to make a unique list of values in C?

Say we have typedef struct { int value1; int value2; } values_t; and values_t* values; is filled with *values[i].value1* and *values[i].value2* pairs that may or may not be unique. and we want to fill values_t* values_unique; only with *unique* pairs from *values*, in the order they first appear in *values*. What is the ideal way to do this in C? EDIT: Assume they are properly malloced pointers; above is just pseudo code.
values_t values is not an array.

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