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NAME

       isvss -tells if a name contains the pattern defined by the user

SYNOPSYS

       #include "mut.h"
       char* isvss(s)
       char ∗s;

PARAMETER

       s                   Pointer to the string to be check as power high

DESCRIPTION

       isvss  searches  an occurence of the string defined by the MBK_VSS(1) environment variable
       in the string s.  If this string is not set by the user, its default value is "vss".

RETURN VALUE

       isvss return NULL the pattern is not present If the pattern is found,  a  value  different
       from NULL is returned.

EXAMPLE

       #include "mut.h"
       #include "mlo.h"
       find_a_vss(f)
       lofig_list *f;
       {
       locon_list *c;
       losig_list *s;
          /* first check connectors */
          for (c = f->LOCON; c; c = c->NEXT) {
             if (isvss(c->NAME))
                return c->SIG;
             if (isvss(getsigname(c->SIG)))
                return c->SIG;
          }
          /* then check internal signals */
          for (s = f->LOSIG; s; s = s->NEXT)
             if (s->TYPE == INTERNAL)
                if (isvss(getsigname(s)))
                   return s;
          return NULL;
       }

SEE ALSO

       mbk(1), mbkenv(3), instr(3), isvdd(3), MBK_VDD(1), MBK_VSS(1).