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vslSaveStreamM

Writes random stream descriptive data, including stream state, to a memory buffer.

Syntax

errstatus
=
vslSaveStreamM
(
stream
,
memptr
);
Include Files
  • mkl.h
Input Parameters
Name
Type
Description
stream
const VSLStreamStatePtr
Random stream to be written to the memory
memptr
char*
Memory buffer to save random stream descriptive data to
Output Parameters
Name
Type
Description
errstatus
int
Error status of the operation
Description
The
vslSaveStreamM
function writes the random stream descriptive data, including the stream state, to the memory at
memptr
. Random stream
stream
must be a valid stream created by
vslNewStream
-like or
vslCopyStream
-like service routines. The
memptr
parameter must be a valid pointer to the memory of size sufficient to hold the random stream
stream
. Use the service routine
vslGetStreamSize
to determine this amount of memory.
If the stream cannot be saved to the memory,
errstatus
has a non-zero value. The random stream can be read from the memory pointed by
memptr
using the
vslLoadStreamM
function.
Return Values
VSL_ERROR_OK, VSL_STATUS_OK
Indicates no error, execution is successful.
VSL_ERROR_NULL_PTR
Either
memptr
or
stream
is a
NULL
pointer.
VSL_RNG_ERROR_BAD_STREAM
stream
is a
NULL
pointer.

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