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NAME

       CPCLDR - Draws contour lines.

SYNOPSIS

       CALL CPCLDR (ZDAT, RWRK, IWRK)

C-BINDING SYNOPSIS

       #include <ncarg/ncargC.h>

       void c_cpcldr (float *zdat, float *rwrk, int *iwrk)

DESCRIPTION

       All three arguments are arrays used in the last call to CPRECT, CPSPS1, or CPSPS2, the
       contents of which must not have been changed since that call.

       ZDAT        (REAL array, dimensioned as specified in the last call to CPRECT, CPSPS1, or
                   CPSPS2, input) is the data array.

       RWRK        (REAL array, dimensioned as specified in the last call to CPRECT, CPSPS1, or
                   CPSPS2, input/output) is the real workspace array.

       IWRK        (INTEGER array, dimensioned as specified in the last call to CPRECT, CPSPS1,
                   or CPSPS2, input/output) is the integer workspace array.

C-BINDING DESCRIPTION

       The C-binding argument descriptions are the same as the FORTRAN argument descriptions.

USAGE

       The routine CPCLDR, which draws contour lines, may be called at any time after the
       initialization call to CPRECT, CPSPS1, or CPSPS2.  The contour lines drawn are those
       specified by the first 'NCL' elements of the parameter arrays 'CLV' and 'CLU'.  If 'NCL'
       is zero, CPPKCL is called to generate these values.  Each element of 'CLV' specifies a
       contour level, and the corresponding element of 'CLU' specifies whether or not contour
       lines are to be drawn at that level and whether or not the lines are to be labeled.  If
       the parameter 'T2D' has a non-zero value, the contour lines are smoothed, using cubic
       splines under tension.

       If the element of the parameter array 'CLU' corresponding to 'PAI' = -1 is non-zero, the
       edge of the grid is also drawn.  If the element of 'CLU' corresponding to 'PAI' = -2 is
       non-zero, the edges of special-value areas, if any, are drawn.  If the element of 'CLU'
       corresponding to 'PAI' = -3 is non-zero, the edges of out-of-range areas, if any, are
       drawn.  The default values are such that none of these edges are drawn.

       Groups of lines are drawn in the following order:

       ·  contour lines for each of the specified levels, in ascending numeric order,

       ·  the edges of special-value areas, if any,

       ·  the edges of out-of-range areas, if any, and

       ·  the edge of the grid.

       The color, dash pattern, and line width to be used for the lines drawn may be specified by
       elements of the parameter arrays 'CLC', 'CLD', and 'CLL', respectively.  Each of these
       contains elements corresponding to values of 'PAI' from 1 to 'NCL' and three special
       elements, corresponding to 'PAI' = -1, -2, and -3.  Before and after each group of lines
       is drawn, the routine CPCHCL is called.  You can supply your own version of CPCHCL to
       override the settings of color, dash pattern, and line width.

       The dash-pattern-usage parameter ('DPU') affects the pattern used to draw the lines.  Set
       the value of 'DPU' as follows:

       Value       Description

       < 0 or = 0  Lines are drawn by calling the SPPS routine CURVE.  Lines are all solid and
                   unlabeled; specified dash patterns are not used.

       > 0         Lines are drawn by calling the Dashline routine CURVED.  Lines are solid or
                   dashed, depending on the dash pattern specified by the appropriate element of
                   'CLD'.

                   If ABS('LLP') = 1, then the dash pattern for those lines that are to be
                   labeled is constructed by replicating, 'DPU' times, the dash pattern specified
                   by the appropriate element of 'CLD', and then appending to it the characters
                   specified by the appropriate element of 'LLT'.

                   If ABS('LLP') is greater than 1, then the lines drawn will pass through any
                   labels drawn by CPLBDR.  If this is undesirable, you can call CPLBAM to put
                   the label boxes into an area map and then call CPCLDM instead of CPCLDR to
                   draw only those portions of the contour lines which do not lie inside the
                   label boxes.

       If, during the last call to CPRECT or CPSPRS, the data being contoured were found to be
       essentially constant, then no contour lines are drawn; instead, the constant-field label
       is written.  Other lines are still drawn.

EXAMPLES

       Use the ncargex command to see the following relevant examples: caredg, ccpcff, ccpcfx,
       ccpcica, ccpcir, ccpcis, ccpcit, ccpclc, ccpcld, ccpcldr, ccpcll, ccpclu, ccpdflt, ccpfil,
       ccpga, ccphand, ccphcf, ccphl, ccphlt, ccpila, ccpilt, ccpklb, ccplbdr, ccpline, ccpllp,
       ccpmap, ccpmovi, ccpmpxy, ccpncls, ccpnet, ccpnof, ccpnsd, ccppkcl, ccprect, ccprwc,
       ccprwu, ccpset, ccpsps1, ccpsps2, ccpspv, ccpt2d, ccptitle, ccpvp, ccpvs, cidsfft, cpex01,
       cpex05, cpex07, tconpa, fsfsgfa.

ACCESS

       To use CPCLDR or c_cpcldr, load the NCAR Graphics libraries ncarg, ncarg_gks, and ncarg_c,
       preferably in that order.

MESSAGES

       See the conpack man page for a description of all Conpack error messages and/or
       informational messages.

SEE ALSO

       Online: conpack, cpback, cpchcf, cpchcl, cpchhl, cpchil, cpchll, cpcica, cpclam, cpcldm,
       cpcltr, cpcnrc, cpdrpl, cpezct, cpgetc, cpgeti, cpgetr, cplbam, cplbdr, cpmpxy, cpmviw,
       cpmvrw, cppkcl, cppklb, cprect, cprset, cpscae, cpsetc, cpseti, cpsetr, cpsps1, cpsps2,
       ncarg_cbind

       Hardcopy: NCAR Graphics Contouring and Mapping Tutorial

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