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VIEWRDSINS(3) RDS PHYSICAL FUNCTIONS VIEWRDSINS(3)

viewrdsins - Displays caracteristics of an instance
See the file man1/alc_origin.1.

 #include "rdsnnn.h"
   void viewrdsins( Instance )
    rdsins_list ∗Instance;

Instance
Instance to display.

The viewrdsins function displays caracteristics of the instance pointed by ´Instance´ and its items.
instance's parameters displayed :
INSNAME
name of the instance.
FIGNAME
model's name of the instance.
X,Y
position of the lower left corner of the instance.
TRANSF
transformation applied to the instance.
SIZE
size of the user structure added to the rdsrec_list structure.
This function displays also rectangles of the instance (see viewrdsrec() function).

nothing

none

        #include "mutnnn.h"
        #include "rdsnnn.h"
        #include "rtlnnn.h"
        typedef struct UserStruct
         {
           char ∗STRING;
           void ∗USER1;
         } UserStruct;
         main()
          {
            rdsfig_list ∗Figure;
            rdsrec_list ∗Rectangle;
            rdsins_list ∗Instance;
            mbkenv();
            rdsenv();
            loadrdsparam();
            Figure = addrdsfig ("core",sizeof ( UserStruct ) );
            Instance  = addrdsins (Figure,"na2_y","and2",RDS_NOSYM,8,6);
            Rectangle =
             addrdsinsrec(Instance,"Alu1",RDS_ALU1,2,4,12,1);
            /∗
              visualization of the instance and its rectangle
            ∗/
            /∗ ∗/  viewrdsins ( Instance );
          }

librds, viewrdsfig, viewrdsrec
See the file man1/alc_bug_report.1.
October 1, 1997 ASIM/LIP6

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