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DELBDDCIRCUITOUT(3)		 BDD FUNCTIONS		   DELBDDCIRCUITOUT(3)

NAME
       delbddcircuitout	- deletes an output in a bdd circuit.

SYNOPSYS
       #include	"bdd101.h"
       int delbddcircuitout( BddCircuit, OutputName )
	 bddcircuit *BddCircuit;
	 char	    *OutputName;

PARAMETERS
       BddCircuit	   The bdd circuit.

       OutputName	   The name of the output to delete.

DESCRIPTION
       delbddcircuitout	 deletes the output OutputName in the bdd circuit Bdd-
       Circuit.	If a null pointer is given, the	default	bdd circuit  is	 used.
       If  the	output	OutputName exists, the number of external reference of
       the output node is decremented.

RETURN VALUE
       delbddcircuitout	returns	1 if the output	OutputName exist, 0 otherwise.

EXAMPLE
       #include	"bdd101.h"
	  bddsystem  *BddSystem;
	  bddcircuit *BddCircuit;
	  bddnode    *BddNode;
	  BddSystem  = createbddsystem(	100, 1000, 100,	50000 );
	  BddCircuit = createbddcircuit( "hello_world",	10, 10,	BddSystem );
	  ...
	  addbddcircuitout( (bddcircuit	*)0, "Out0", BddNode );
	  ...
	  delbddcircuitout( (bddcircuit	*)0, "Out0" );
	  destroybddsystem( (bddsystem *)0 );
	  destroybddcircuit( (bddcircuit *)0 );

SEE ALSO
       bdd(1) searchbddcircuitout(3), addbddcircuitout(3).

ASIM/LIP6			October	1, 1997		   DELBDDCIRCUITOUT(3)

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