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       rflattenphfig - recursivly flatten a figure


       #include "mph.h"
       void rflattenphfig(ptfig, concat, catal)
       phfig_list ∗ptfig;
       char concat;
       char catal;


       ptfig               Pointer to a physical figure

       concat              Name generation mode

       catal               End level choice


       rflattenphfig recursivly flattens all the instances of the figure pointed to by ptfig.
       The  concat  argument  can take either the value YES in which case the name of the objects
       comming from instances are named insname'X'objectname, where 'X' is the caracter  set  int
       the  MBK_SEPAR(1)  environment variable, or the value NO, and then the object name remains
       inchanged. This is quite dangerous since name unicity is no more warrantied, and may cause
       the flatten to fail. See MBK_SEPAR(1), mbkenv(3) and concatname(3) for details.
       The  catal  argument  may  be  set to NO, in which case flattening stops at the transistor
       level, all hierachies and instances have desapeard, only terminal elements remains. If set
       to  YES,  flattening  stops  when  it  encounters  an instance model beeing present in the
       catalog file, set by the MBK_CATAL_NAME(1) environment variable. See MBK_CATAL_NAME(1) and
       incatalog(3) for details.


       No  errors  can directly result from a call to rflattenphfig, but since it uses many other
       mbk functions, it may be a good error starting point.


       #include "mph.h"
       void flatten_my_amd2901()
       phins_list ∗pt;
          pt = getphfig("my_amd2901", 'A');
          rflattenphfig(pt, YES, YES);
          pt->NAME = "my_flattened_amd2901";


       mbk(1),  incatalog(3),  mbkenv(3),  phfig(3),   addphfig(3),   getphfig(3),   delphfig(3),
       loadphfig(3), savephfig(3), flattenphfig(3), MBK_CATAL_NAME(1).