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    Command:

    meta

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           extern FILE *pout;
    
           mline(x, y, type, thick, color)
    
           mpoly(x, y, border, pat, color)
    
           mdraw(x, y)
    
           mtext(x, y, s, cpi, color)
           char *s;
    
           mvstr(xmin, ymin, xmax, ymax, s, d, thick, color)
           char *s;
    
           mrectangle(xmin, ymin, xmax, ymax, pat, color)
    
           mtriangle(xmin, ymin, xmax, ymax, d, pat, color)
    
           msegment(xmin, ymin, xmax, ymax, sname, d, thick, color)
           char *sname;
    
           msetpat(pat, pattern)
           char *pattern;
    
           mopenseg(sname)
           char *sname;
    
           mcloseseg()
    
           minclude(fname)
           char *fname;
    
           mendpage()
    
           mdone()
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           The  routines  in libmeta provide a simple interface to the metafile(5)
           2D graphics stream.  Output from these routines is sent to pout.   Pout
           defaults to the standard output, and should be piped to the appropriate
           device driver.
    
           All coordinates range from 0 to 16383 and map to a square area  on  the
           output device.  D values are one of 'r', 'u', 'l' and 'd' corresponding
           to right, up, left, and down respectively.  Color values range  from  0
           to  3  and normally correspond to black, cyan, green and blue.  Pattern
           values range from 0 to 3 and default to solid, thick lines, thin lines,
           and candystripe.  Pattern value mapping may be changed via setpat.  All
           strings are null-terminated, and do not contain newlines.
    
           Mline starts a line at the given coordinates.  The line type is a  num-
           The string is oriented according to d.  The character line thickness is
           given by thick.
    
           Mrectangle fills the given box with pat.  Mtriangle fills the  half-box
           with  orientation  d  in  the given boundaries.  Right corresponds to a
           triangle in the lower right half of the box.  Up corresponds to a  tri-
           angle in the upper right, left is upper left, and down is lower left.
    
           Msegment  places  an  instance  of  the  segment sname within the given
           boundaries.  The segment is oriented according to d, where 'r' is  null
           rotation.   If either thick or color is nonzero, its value will replace
           corresponding values in the segment  primitives.   (For  area  filling,
           thick changes the fill pattern.)
    
           Msetpat  maps  pat  to  pattern.   Pattern is a string of the form "Pn"
           where n is a number between 0 and 11.
    
           Mopenseg opens the segment named sname.  All graphics  calls  up  to  a
           matching  call to mcloseseg are stored under sname.  An instance of the
           segment is obtained with a call to msegment.  Segments can be nested to
           any  level,  and  redefining  segments  is allowed.  Beware of calls to
           mtext within a segment, since text will not rotate or scale.
    
           Minclude includes the graphics metafile fname  in  the  output  stream.
           Mendpage  advances to the next screen or page.  On a terminal, the bell
           rings and a line is read to prevent premature erasure.  Mdone completes
           metafile output, and is the only required call.
    
    
    

    DIAGNOSTICS

           None.
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           t4014(1), mx80(1), impress(1), primout(3), metafile(5)
    
    
    

    Radiance 11/15/93 META(3)

    
    
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