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NAME

       pvm_lvgroup - Unenrolls the calling process from a named group.

SYNOPSIS

       C    int info = pvm_lvgroup( char *group )

       Fortran   call pvmflvgroup( group, info )

PARAMETERS

       group   Character string group name of an existing group.

       info    Integer  status  code  returned by the routine.  Values less than zero indicate an
               error.

DESCRIPTION

       The routine pvm_lvgroup unenrolls the calling process from  the  group  named  group.   If
       there is an error info will be negative.

       If  a  process leaves a group by calling either pvm_lvgroup or pvm_exit, and later rejoins
       the same group, the process may be assigned a new instance number.  Old  instance  numbers
       are reassigned to processes calling pvm_joingroup.

EXAMPLES

       C:
            info = pvm_lvgroup( "worker" );

       Fortran:
            CALL PVMFLVGROUP( 'group2', INFO )

ERRORS

       These error conditions can be returned by pvm_lvgroup

       PvmSysErr
              pvmd not responding.

       PvmBadParam
              giving a NULL group name.

       PvmNoGroup
              giving a non-existent group name.

       PvmNotInGroup
              asking to leave a group you are not a member of.

SEE ALSO

       pvm_joingroup(3PVM)

                                         30 August, 1993                            LVGROUP(3PVM)