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Manual Reference Pages  -  MARKBDDNODE (3)

NAME

markbddnode - marks bdd node with a specified mask.

[Include document man1/alc_origin.1]

CONTENTS

Synopsys
Parameters
Description
Return Value
Example
See Also

SYNOPSYS






#include "bdd101.h"
long markbddnode( BddSystem, BddNode, Mark )
  bddsystem *BddSystem;
  bddnode   *BddNode;
  bddmark    Mark;


PARAMETERS

BddSystem The bdd system.
BddNode The bdd node to mark.
Mark The bit mask.

DESCRIPTION

markbddnode marks the bdd node BddNode with the bit mask Mark, in the bdd system BddSystem. If a null pointer is given, the default bdd system is used. This function does a OR with the field MARK of the bdd node BddNode, and the bit mask Mark.

RETURN VALUE

markbddnode returns the number of the differents marked nodes.

EXAMPLE






#include "bdd101.h"
   bddsystem  *BddSystem;
   bddcircuit *BddCircuit;
   bddnode    *BddNode;
   chain_list *Expr;
   BddSystem  = createbddsystem( 100, 1000, 100, 50000 );
   BddCircuit = createbddcircuit( "hello_world", 10, 10, BddSystem );
   Expr = createablbinexpr( ABL_AND,
                            createablatom( "i0" ),
                            createablatom( "i1" ) );
   BddNode = addbddcircuitabl( BddCircuit, Expr );
   freeablexpr( Expr );
   printf( "Number nodes: %ld0,
           markbddnode( (bddsystem *)0, BddNode, 0x0001 ) );
   unmarkbddnode( (bddsystem *)0, BddNode, 0x0001 );
   destroybddsystem( (bddsystem *)0 );
   destroybddcircuit( (bddcircuit *)0 );


SEE ALSO

bdd(1)

[Include document man1/alc_bug_report.1]

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ASIM/LIP6 MARKBDDNODE (3) October 1, 1997

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