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LOADRDSPARAM(3)		    RDS	PHYSICAL FUNCTIONS	       LOADRDSPARAM(3)

NAME
       loadrdsparam - load parameters from symbolic to real conversion.

SYNOPSYS
       void loadrdsparam()

PARAMETER
       none

DESCRIPTION
       The loadrdsparam	function loads parameters contained in a file with ex-
       tention ".rds" which is the translation file  from  symbolic  to	 real.
       Some  of	these files are	contained in the path "/labo/etc".See them for
       more information.
       When programming, this function must be called before using  the	 func-
       tions of	the RFM	library	( MBK to RDS convertion	functions).
       The  name of the	file "nnn.rds" is set with the environment variable of
       unix system "RDS_TECHNO_NAME". For more information about it,  see  the
       RTL  library.   Before  calling	the loadrdsparam function, environment
       variables must be set by	using the function rdsenv.

RETURN VALUE
       none

ERRORS
       Errors can appear during	loading	of the "file.rds". All error  messages
       have the	header "Rpr203:" and an	explanation of the error.
       example :
       "Rpr203:	Some tables missing"

EXAMPLE
	       #include	"mphnnn.h"
	       #include	"mutnnn.h"
	       #include	"rdsnnn.h"
	       #include	"rtlnnn.h"
	       #include	"rprnnn.h"
	       #include	"rfmnnn.h"
	       main()
		{
		  rdsfig_list *RdsFigure;
		  phfig_list  *MbkFigure;
		  mbkenv();
		  rdsenv();
		  /* */	loadrdsparam ();
		  MbkFigure = getphfig ( "na2_y", 'A' );
		  RdsFigure = figmbkrds	( MbkFigure, 0,	1);
		  viewrfmfig ( MbkFigure, RdsFigure );
		  . . .
		}

SEE ALSO
       librpr, librtl, rdsenv, mbkenv

ASIM/LIP6			October	1, 1997		       LOADRDSPARAM(3)

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