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NAME

       FunImageRowPut - put row(s) of an image

SYNOPSIS

         #include <funtools.h>

         void *FunImageRowPut(Fun fun, void *buf, int rstart, int rstop,
                              int dim1, int dim2, int bitpix, char *plist)

DESCRIPTION

       The FunImageRowPut() routine writes one or more image rows to the specified FITS image
       file.  The first argument is the Funtools handle returned by FunOpen().  The second buf
       argument is a pointer to the row data buffer, while the third and fourth arguments specify
       the starting and ending rows to write.  Valid rows values range from 1 to dim2, i.e., row
       is one\-valued.

       The dim1and dim2 arguments that follow specify the dimensions, where dim1 corresponds to
       naxis1 and dim2 corresponds to naxis2.  The bitpix argument data type of the image and can
       have the following FITS-standard values:

       ·   8 unsigned char

       ·   16 short

       ·   32 int

       ·   \-32 float

       ·   \-64 double

       For example:

         double *drow;
         Fun fun, fun2;
         ... open files ...
         /* get section dimensions */
         FunInfoGet(fun, FUN_SECT_DIM1, &dim1, FUN_SECT_DIM2, &dim2, 0);
         /* allocate one line's worth */
         drow = malloc(dim1*sizeof(double));
         /* retrieve and process each input row (starting at 1) */
         for(i=1; i <= dim2; i++){
           if( !FunImageRowGet(fun, drow, i, i, "bitpix=-64") )
             gerror(stderr, "can't FunImageRowGet: %d %s\n", i, iname);
           ... process drow ...
           if( !FunImageRowPut(fun2, drow, i, i, 64, NULL) )
             gerror(stderr, "can't FunImageRowPut: %d %s\n", i, oname);
         }
         ...

       The data are assumed to be in the native machine format and will automatically be swapped
       to big-endian FITS format if necessary.  This behavior can be over-ridden with the
       convert=[true⎪false] keyword in the plist param list string.

       When you are finished writing the image, you should call FunFlush() to write out the FITS
       image padding. However, this is not necessary if you subsequently call FunClose() without
       doing any other I/O to the FITS file.

SEE ALSO

       See funtools(7) for a list of Funtools help pages