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To define a new symbol, first determine which value has to be used for the symbol handle, and then call the
VT_symdef()
function, passing the symbol and activity names, plus the handle value. It is not necessary to define the activity itself. Make sure to not use the same handle value for different symbols.
VT_symdef
int VT_symdef (int statehandle, const char * symname, const char * activity)
Description
Defines the numeric
statehandle
as shortcut for a state.
This function will become obsolete and should not be used for new code. Both
symname
and
activity
may consist of more than one component, separated by a colon
:
.
Leading and trailing colons are ignored. Several colons in a row are treated as just one separator.
Fortran
VTSYMDEF(code, symname, activity, ierr)
Parameters
statehandle
numeric value chosen by the application
symname
name of the symbol
activity
name of activity this symbol belongs to
Return values
Returns error code

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