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B.2 Standard Index Description (STD)

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This section describes the Bartels User Language index variable types for general User Language data access (STD).


BAEPARAM - Bartels AutoEngineer Parameter

The BAEPARAM index variable type provides access to the list of the currently activated BAE parameters. The structure definition of BAEPARAM is:

index BAEPARAM {              // BAE Parameter Index
      int IDCODE;             // Parameter Type/Ident. Code
      int TYP;                // Parameter Data Type:
                              //    1 = int
                              //    2 = double
                              //    4 = string
      int VALINT;             // Parameter Integer Value (if TYP is 1)
      double VALDBL;          // Parameter Double Value (if TYP is 2)
      string VALSTR;          // Parameter String Value (if TYP is 4)
      };

The source code of the baeparam.ulh User Language include file provides the list of valid parameter type codes (i.e., valid values for IDCODE) as well as function templates for retrieving specific BAE parameter values.


GLOBALVAR - Global User Language Variable

The GLOBALVAR index variable type provides access to the list of the global User Language values currently defined with the varset User Language system function. The structure definition of GLOBALVAR is:

index GLOBALVAR {             // Global User Language Variable Index
      string NAME;            // Global Variable Name
      int TYP;                // Global Variable Data Type:
                              //    1 = int
                              //    2 = double
                              //    3 = char
                              //    4 = string
      };

Once a global User Language variable has been scanned with the GLOBALVAR index, the varget User Language system function can be used to retrieve its value.

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Standard Index Description (STD) • © 1985-2019 Oliver Bartels F+E • Updated: 26 June 2010, 00:10 [UTC]

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