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PGADebugPrint

PGADebugPrint

Section: PGAPack (3) Updated: 05/01/95
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NAME

PGADebugPrint - Write debugging information  

INPUT PARAMETERS

ctx
- context variable
level
- a symbolic constant that maps to the type of print requested (e.g., an entry or exit print). Valid values are PGA_DEBUG_ENTERED, PGA_DEBUG_EXIT, PGA_DEBUG_MALLOC, PGA_DEBUG_PRINTVAR, PGA_DEBUG_SEND, and PGA_DEBUG_RECV.
funcname
- the name of the function that called this routine
msg
- message to print
datatype
- a symbolic constant that maps to the data type of the parameter data. Valid choices are PGA_INT, PGA_DOUBLE, PGA_CHAR and PGA_VOID (no data).
data
- a pointer, whose contents will be interpreted based upon the datatype parameter (or NULL, if PGA_VOID).
 

OUTPUT PARAMETERS

none

 

SYNOPSIS

#include "pgapack.h"
void  PGADebugPrint(ctx, level, funcname, msg, datatype, data)
PGAContext *ctx
int level
char *funcname
char *msg
int datatype
void *data
 

LOCATION

debug.c  

EXAMPLE

Example:
If the debugging level includes printing variables (level 82), print the
value of the integer variable num as a debugging tool in the routine
Add2Nums

PGAContext *ctx;
int num;
:
PGADebugPrint(ctx, PGA_DEBUG_PRINTVAR, "Add2Nums", "num = ", PGA_INT,
(void *) &num);


 

Index

NAME
INPUT PARAMETERS
OUTPUT PARAMETERS
SYNOPSIS
LOCATION
EXAMPLE

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