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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Multiple file rename (change in filename in unix with single command Post 302469998 by moon_22 on Tuesday 9th of November 2010 12:27:45 AM
Old 11-09-2010
thanks but still my problem is not resolve as i want PMC1_194_732756742.arc to PMC_1_194_732756742.arc here it is PMC_194_732756742.arc

can any one help me?
 
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NAME
mlib_GraphicsDrawArc, mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_8, mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_32, mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_X_8, mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_X_32, mlib_Graphics- DrawArc_A_8, mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_A_32, mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_B_8, mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_B_32, mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_AB_8, mlib_Graphics- DrawArc_AB_32 - draw arc SYNOPSIS
cc [ flag... ] file... -lmlib [ library... ] #include <mlib.h> mlib_status mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_8(mlib_image *buffer, mlib_s16 x, mlib_s16 y, mlib_s32 r, mlib_f32 t1, mlib_f32 t2, mlib_s32 c); mlib_status mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_32(mlib_image *buffer, mlib_s16 x, mlib_s16 y, mlib_s32 r, mlib_f32 t1, mlib_f32 t2, mlib_s32 c); mlib_status mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_X_8(mlib_image *buffer, mlib_s16 x, mlib_s16 y, mlib_s32 r, mlib_f32 t1, mlib_f32 t2, mlib_s32 c, mlib_s32 c2); mlib_status mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_X_32(mlib_image *buffer, mlib_s16 x, mlib_s16 y, mlib_s32 r, mlib_f32 t1, mlib_f32 t2, mlib_s32 c, mlib_s32 c2); mlib_status mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_A_8(mlib_image *buffer, mlib_s16 x, mlib_s16 y, mlib_s32 r, mlib_f32 t1, mlib_f32 t2, mlib_s32 c); mlib_status mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_A_32(mlib_image *buffer, mlib_s16 x, mlib_s16 y, mlib_s32 r, mlib_f32 t1, mlib_f32 t2, mlib_s32 c); mlib_status mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_B_8(mlib_image *buffer, mlib_s16 x, mlib_s16 y, mlib_s32 r, mlib_f32 t1, mlib_f32 t2, mlib_s32 c, mlib_s32 a); mlib_status mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_B_32(mlib_image *buffer, mlib_s16 x, mlib_s16 y, mlib_s32 r, mlib_f32 t1, mlib_f32 t2, mlib_s32 c, mlib_s32 a); mlib_status mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_AB_8(mlib_image *buffer, mlib_s16 x, mlib_s16 y, mlib_s32 r, mlib_f32 t1, mlib_f32 t2, mlib_s32 c, mlib_s32 a); mlib_status mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_AB_32(mlib_image *buffer, mlib_s16 x, mlib_s16 y, mlib_s32 r, mlib_f32 t1, mlib_f32 t2, mlib_s32 c, mlib_s32 a); Each of the mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_*() functions draws an arc with the center at (x, y), radius r, start angle t1, and end angle t2. Each of the mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_X_*() functions draws an arc in Xor mode as follows: data[x,y] ^= c ^ c2 Each of the mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_A_*() functions draws an arc with antialiasing. Each of the mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_B_*() functions draws an arc with alpha blending as follows: data[x,y] = (data[x,y] * (255 - a) + c * a) / 255 Each of the mlib_GraphicsDrawArc_AB_*() functions draws an arc with antialiasing and alpha blending. Each of the functions takes some of the following arguments: buffer Pointer to the image into which the function is drawing. x X coordinate of the center. y Y coordinate of the center. r Radius of the arc. t1 Start angle of the arc in radians. t2 End angle of the arc in radians. c Color used in the drawing. c2 Alternation color. a Alpha value for blending. 0 <= a <= 255. Each of the functions returns MLIB_SUCCESS if successful. Otherwise it returns MLIB_FAILURE. See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Interface Stability |Evolving | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |MT-Level |MT-Safe | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ mlib_GraphicsDrawCircle(3MLIB), mlib_GraphicsDrawEllipse(3MLIB), attributes(5) 3 Mar 2005 mlib_GraphicsDrawArc(3MLIB)

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