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PAPI_event_name_to_code(3)		       PAPI		       PAPI_event_name_to_code(3)

NAME
       PAPI_event_name_to_code -

       Convert a name to a numeric hardware event code.

SYNOPSIS
Detailed Description
       @par C Interface:
       int PAPI_event_name_to_code( char * EventName, int * EventCode );

       PAPI_event_name_to_code is used to translate an ASCII PAPI event name
       into an integer PAPI event code.

       @param *EventCode
	   The numeric code for the event.
       @param *EventName
	   A string containing the event name as listed in PAPI_presets or discussed in PAPI_native.

       @retval PAPI_EINVAL
	   One or more of the arguments is invalid.
       @retval PAPI_ENOTPRESET
	   The hardware event specified is not a valid PAPI preset.
       @retval PAPI_ENOINIT
	   The PAPI library has not been initialized.
       @retval PAPI_ENOEVNT
	   The hardware event is not available on the underlying hardware.

       @par Examples:

       *   int EventCode, EventSet = PAPI_NULL;
       *   // Convert to integer
       *   if ( PAPI_event_name_to_code( "PAPI_TOT_INS", &EventCode ) != PAPI_OK )
       *   handle_error( 1 );
       *   // Create the EventSet
       *   if ( PAPI_create_eventset( &EventSet ) != PAPI_OK )
       *   handle_error( 1 );
       *   // Add Total Instructions Executed to our EventSet
       *   if ( PAPI_add_event( EventSet, EventCode ) != PAPI_OK )
       *   handle_error( 1 );
       *

       See Also:
	   PAPI_event_code_to_name

	   PAPI_remove_event

	   PAPI_get_event_info

	   PAPI_enum_event

	   PAPI_add_event

	   PAPI_add_named_event

	   PAPI_presets

	   PAPI_native

Author
       Generated automatically by Doxygen for PAPI from the source code.

Version 5.2.0.0 			 Tue Jun 17 2014	       PAPI_event_name_to_code(3)
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