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NAME

       viewph - display all the phfig_lists and their elements

SYNOPSYS

       #include "mph.h"
       void viewph();

DESCRIPTION

       viewph  scans  all  the  elements  of  the entire phfig_list loaded in ram, and displays a
       textual output of the data strcuture contents.  All the figures are treated, the first one
       beeing  pointed  to  by  HEAD_PHFIG,  the   global variable that points to the head of all
       phfigs.
       Its use is mostly for debugging purposes, and educational ones, since the output is  quite
       verbose, even if very easy to understand.

EXAMPLE

       #include <stdio.h>
       #include "mph.h"
       void view_all_to_file(name)
       char ∗name;
       {
       FILE ∗file = freopen(name, WRITE_TEXT, stdout);
          if (!file) {
             (void)fputs("Can't reopen stdout!\n", stderr);
             EXIT();
          }
          viewph(); /∗ to file called name ∗/
          (void)fclose(file);
       }

SEE ALSO

       mbk(1),    phfig(3),    view_phfig(3),    view_phins(3),   view_phseg(3),   view_phref(3),
       view_phvia(3), view_phfigcon(3).