ncl_gcell_array man page

gcell_array (Cell array) — draws a cell array starting with a rectangle specified by two corner points; this initial rectangle is subdivided into subrectangles by specifying an arbitrary number of divisions in the X and Y directions; each subrectangle (or cell) is assigned a color and drawn with that color.

Synopsis

#include <ncarg/gks.h>

void gcell_array(const Grect *rect, const Gpat_rep *colr_array);

Description

rect.p.x
(Gfloat Input) - X world coordinate of point 1.
rect.p.y
(Gfloat Input) - Y world coordinate of point 1.
rect.q.x
(Gfloat Input) - X world coordinate of point 2.
rect.q.y
(Gfloat Input) - Y world coordinate of point 2.
colr_array.dims.size_x
(Gint, Input) - X dimension of the color index array colr_array.colr_array.
colr_array.dims.size_y
(Gint, Input) - Y dimension of the color index array colr_array.colr_array.
colr_array.colr_array
(Gint *, Input) - An array of color indices dimensioned colr_array.dims.size_x by colr_array.dims.size_y which is used to determine the color of each cell drawn.

Usage

Points 1 and 2 must be diagonally opposite corner points of a rectangle to be divided into colr_array.dims.size_x cells in the X dimension and colr_array.dims.size_y cells in the Y dimension.

Access

To use the GKS C-binding routines, load the ncarg_gks and ncarg_c libraries.

See Also

Online: gset_colr_rep(3NCARG), gks(3NCARG), ncarg_gks_cbind(3NCARG)

Hardcopy: User's Guide for NCAR GKS-0A Graphics; NCAR Graphics Fundamentals, UNIX Version

Info

March 1993 UNIX NCAR GRAPHICS