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PAPI_create_eventset(3) 		       PAPI			  PAPI_create_eventset(3)

NAME
       PAPI_create_eventset -

       Create a new empty PAPI EventSet.

SYNOPSIS
Detailed Description
       @par C Interface:
       PAPI_create_eventset( int * EventSet );

       PAPI_create_eventset creates a new EventSet pointed to by EventSet,
       which must be initialized to PAPI_NULL before calling this routine.
       The user may then add hardware events to the event set by calling
       PAPI_add_event or similar routines.

       @note PAPI-C uses a late binding model to bind EventSets to components.
       When an EventSet is first created it is not bound to a component.
       This will cause some API calls that modify EventSet options to fail.
       An EventSet can be bound to a component explicitly by calling
       PAPI_assign_eventset_component or implicitly by calling PAPI_add_event
       or similar routines.

       @param *EventSet
	   Address of an integer location to store the new EventSet handle.

       @exception PAPI_EINVAL
	   The argument handle has not been initialized to PAPI_NULL or the argument is a NULL pointer.

       @exception PAPI_ENOMEM
	   Insufficient memory to complete the operation.

       @par Examples:

       *   int EventSet = PAPI_NULL;
       *   if ( PAPI_create_eventset( &EventSet ) != PAPI_OK )
       *   handle_error( 1 );
       *   // Add Total Instructions Executed to our EventSet
       *   if ( PAPI_add_event( EventSet, PAPI_TOT_INS)  != PAPI_OK )
       *   handle_error( 1 );
       *

       See Also:
	   PAPI_add_event
	    PAPI_assign_eventset_component
	    PAPI_destroy_eventset
	    PAPI_cleanup_eventset

Author
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Version 5.2.0.0 			 Tue Jun 17 2014		  PAPI_create_eventset(3)
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