ncl_gclear_ws (3) - Linux Man Pages
ncl_gclear_ws: clears a workstation.
NAMEgclear_ws (Clear workstation) - clears a workstation.
- (Input) - A number identifying the workstation to be cleared. ws_id must be the same as that used in some previous gopen_ws call.
Clear the workstation display
surface. Options are:
- Check to see if the display surface is empty. If so, do not issue a clear surface command.
- Issue a clear surface command whether the surface has been written to or not.
USAGEFor workstations of type "1" (CGM), gclear_ws is interpreted as a picture termination in CGM generation. If ctrl_flag = GFLAG_COND and no output primitives have been written in the current picture, then a call to gclear_ws is a "do nothing"; otherwise, it generates an END PICTURE element (as well as other picture initializing elements). If ctrl_flag = GFLAG_ALWAYS, then a call to gclear_ws generates an END PICTURE.
For workstations of types "7" or "8" (see the man page for gopen_ws for a description of workstation types) clear workstations erases all primitives that appear on the screen.
ACCESSTo use the GKS C-binding routines, load the ncarg_gks and ncarg_c libraries.
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