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Labelbar - Creates a labeled, filled, rectangular bar to serve as a key for a filled plot.
LBLBAR - Produces a complete label bar. LBGETI - Retrieves current integer parameter values. LBGETR - Retrieves current real parameter values. LBSETI - Sets integer parameter values. LBSETR - Sets real parameter values.
c_lblbar c_lbgeti c_lbgetr c_lbfill c_lbseti c_lbsetr
USER-MODIFIABLE INTERNAL ROUTINES
LBFILL - Fills label bars.
To use Labelbar routines, load the NCAR Graphics libraries ncarg, ncarg_gks, and ncarg_c, preferably in that order.
Various error conditions can occur in Labelbar. Each of these results in a call to the error-handling routine SETER, with a final argument indicating that the error is recoverable; by default, an error message is printed and execution is terminated, but, if you turn on error recovery (as described in the "man" page for "error_handling"), you can get control back. The error messages are as follows; all should be more or less self-explanatory. LBGETI - UNCLEARED PRIOR ERROR LBGETR - PARAMETER NAME NOT KNOWN - X LBGETR - PARAMETER NAME TOO SHORT - X LBGETR - UNCLEARED PRIOR ERROR LBLBAR - ERROR EXIT FROM GQFACI LBLBAR - ERROR EXIT FROM GQLWSC LBLBAR - ERROR EXIT FROM GQPLCI LBLBAR - ERROR EXIT FROM GQTXCI LBLBAR - UNCLEARED PRIOR ERROR LBSETI - UNCLEARED PRIOR ERROR LBSETR - PARAMETER NAME NOT KNOWN - X LBSETR - PARAMETER NAME TOO SHORT - X LBSETR - UNCLEARED PRIOR ERROR All of these should be more or less self-explanatory. Those that complain of an error exit from a GKS routine probably imply that GKS has somehow been put in the wrong state. Others will result from using an incorrect internal-parameter name in a call to one of the parameter-access routines. (The "X" will be replaced by the offending name.)
Online: labelbar_params, lbfill, lbgeti, lbgetr, lblbar, lbseti, lbsetr, ncarg_cbind Hardcopy: NCAR Graphics Fundamentals, UNIX Version
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