delrdsfigrec

DELRDSFIGREC(3)             RDS PHYSICAL FUNCTIONS             DELRDSFIGREC(3)



NAME
       delrdsfigrec - deletes a rectangle of a figure


ORIGIN
       This software belongs to the  ALLIANCE CAD SYSTEM developed by the ASIM
       team at LIP6 laboratory of Université Pierre et Marie CURIE, in Paris,
       France.

       Web : http://asim.lip6.fr/recherche/alliance/
       E-mail : alliance-users@asim.lip6.fr


SYNOPSYS
       #include"rdsnnn.h"
        int delrdsfigrec( Figure, Rectangle )
             rdsfig_list ∗Figure;
             rdsrec_list ∗Rectangle;

PARAMETER
       Figure              Figure which contains the rectangle to delete.

       Rectangle           The rectangle to delete

DESCRIPTION
       The delrdsfigrec function deletes a rectangle object (which is composed
       of the rdsrec_list structure and an eventually added structure) from a
       figure.

RETURN VALUE
       1 => The rectangle has been deleted.
       0 => The rectangle doesn't exist.

ERRORS
       None

EXAMPLE
               #include "mutnnn.h"
               #include "rdsnnn.h"
               #include "rtlnnn.h"
               typedef struct UserStruct
                {
                  char ∗STRING;
                  void ∗USER1;
                } UserStruct;
                main()
                 {
                   rdsfig_list ∗Figure;
                   rdsrec_list ∗Rectangle;
                   int          Result;
                   mbkenv();
                   rdsenv();
                   loadrdsparam();
                   Figure = addrdsfig ("core",sizeof ( UserStruct ) );
                   Rectangle =
                    addrdsfigrec(Figure,"Alu1",RDS_ALU1,2,4,12,1);
                   /∗
                     deletes the rectangle of the figure
                   ∗/
                   Result = delrdsfigrec ( Figure,Rectangle );
                   if ( Result == 0 ) printf("Rectangle not found !\n");
                 }

SEE ALSO
       librds, allocrdsfigrec




BUG REPORT
       This tool is under development at the ASIM department of the LIP6
       laboratory.
       We need your feedback to improve documentation and tools.






ASIM/LIP6                       October 1, 1997                DELRDSFIGREC(3)