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       EZHFTN - draws a half-tone picture from data stored in a rectangular array with the
       intensity in the picture proportional to the data value.


       This routine is part of the Halftone utility in NCAR Graphics. To see the overview man
       page for this utility, type "man halftone".


       EZHFTN is obsolete.  It has been replaced by the CPCICA entry of the Conpack contouring

       EZHFTN continues to be provided for compatibility of early NCAR Graphics codes.  If you
       are writing new code, we suggest that you use CPCICA.


       CALL EZHFTN (Z,M,N)


       Z           (an input array of type REAL) defining a two-dimensional field to be half-tone

       M           (an input parameter of type INTEGER) which is the first dimension of the Z

       N           (an input parameter of type INTEGER) which is the second dimension of the Z


       EZHFTN has a shortened argument list from entry HAFTON which is based upon the following

       1.  The entire Z array is to be plotted.
       2.  The lowest value in Z will be at the lowest intensity of the output device.
       3.  The highest value in Z will be at the highest intensity of the output device.
       4.  Other values in Z will appear linearly spaced.
       5.  The maximum number of intensities will be used.
       6.  The picture will have a perimeter drawn.
       7.  The frame will be advanced after the picture is drawn.
       8.  The Z array contains no missing values.

       If these conditions are not met, use the HAFTON entry.


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


       Online: halftone, hafton, halftone_params, conpack, conpack_params, cpcica

       Hardcopy: NCAR Graphics Contouring and Mapping Tutorial; NCAR Graphics Fundamentals, UNIX
       Version; User's Guide for NCAR GKS-0A Graphics


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