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sc::StateOutText(3)		     MPQC		   sc::StateOutText(3)

NAME
       sc::StateOutText	- Writes out state information in an almost human
       readable	format.

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<state_text.h>

       Inherits	sc::StateOutFile.

   Public Member Functions
       StateOutText (std::ostream &s)
       StateOutText (const char	*)
       int putstring (const char *)
	   This	is like	put except the length of the char array	is determined
	   by interpreting the character array as a character string.
       int put_array_char (const char *, int)
	   Put arrays of data.
       int put_array_uint (const unsigned int *, int)
       int put_array_int (const	int *, int)
       int put_array_float (const float	*, int)
       int put_array_double (const double *, int)
       int put (const ClassDesc	*)
	   Write out information about the given ClassDesc.
       int put (char r)
	   Write the given datum.
       int put (unsigned int r)
       int put (int r)
       int put (float r)
       int put (double r)
       int put (const char *, int)
	   Write the given array data.
       int put (const unsigned int *, int)
       int put (const int *, int)
       int put (const float *, int)
       int put (const double *,	int)

   Protected Member Functions
       void no_newline ()
       void no_array ()
       void newline ()
       void start_array	()
       void end_array ()
       int putobject (const Ref< SavableState >	&)
	   This	will prepare StateOut to output	a pointer to data.
       int putparents (const ClassDesc *)

   Protected Attributes
       int no_newline_
       int no_array_

Detailed Description
       Writes out state	information in an almost human readable	format.

       StateOutText is intended	for debugging only. The	state information can
       read in again with StateInText.

Member Function	Documentation
   int sc::StateOutText::put (const char *, int) [virtual]
       Write the given array data. Size	information is also saved. The data is
       allocated and read by the get(T*&) routines.

       Reimplemented from sc::StateOut.

   int sc::StateOutText::put_array_char	(const char * p, int size) [virtual]
       Put arrays of data. No size information is stored. This data is read by
       the get_array_T routines.

       Reimplemented from sc::StateOut.

   int sc::StateOutText::putobject (const Ref< SavableState > &) [protected],
       [virtual]
       This will prepare StateOut to output a pointer to data. It first	checks
       to see if the data has already been saved. If it	has, then a reference
       to this data is saved. Otherwise	the object is written out.

       Reimplemented from sc::StateOut.

   int sc::StateOutText::putstring (const char *) [virtual]
       This is like put	except the length of the char array is determined by
       interpreting the	character array	as a character string.

       Reimplemented from sc::StateOut.

Author
       Generated automatically by Doxygen for MPQC from	the source code.

Version	2.3.1			Sun Aug	30 2020		   sc::StateOutText(3)

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