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DELLOTRS(3)						       MBK LOGICAL FUNCTIONS						       DELLOTRS(3)

NAME
dellotrs - delete a logical transistor ORIGIN
This software belongs to the ALLIANCE CAD SYSTEM developed by the ASIM team at LIP6 laboratory of Universite Pierre et Marie CURIE, in Paris, France. Web : http://asim.lip6.fr/recherche/alliance/ E-mail : alliance-users@asim.lip6.fr SYNOPSYS
#include "mlo.h" int dellotrs(ptfig, pttrs) lofig_list *ptfig; lotrs_list *pttrs; PARAMETERS
ptfig Pointer to the figure in which the transistor should be deleted pttrs Pointer to the transistor to be deleted. DESCRIPTION
dellotrs delete the transistor pointed to by pttrs in the figure pointed to by ptfig. The list consistency is maintainded, and the space freed. The transistor connectors are also freed, since if the transistor disapear, no more connections can occur on it. RETURN VALUE
dellotrs returns 1 if the transistor has been deleted, 0 if the transistor pointer does nit exists in the list. EXAMPLE
#include "mlo.h" char *was_existing(ptfig, pttrs) lofig_list *ptfig; lotrs_list *pttrs; { return dellotrs(ptfig, pttrs) ? "you just killed it!" : "wasn't here anyway"; } SEE ALSO
mbk(1), lofig(3), lotrs(3), addlotrs(3). BUG REPORT
This tool is under development at the ASIM department of the LIP6 laboratory. We need your feedback to improve documentation and tools. ASIM
/LIP6 October 1, 1997 DELLOTRS(3)

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DELLOTRS(3)						       MBK LOGICAL FUNCTIONS						       DELLOTRS(3)

NAME
dellotrs - delete a logical transistor ORIGIN
This software belongs to the ALLIANCE CAD SYSTEM developed by the ASIM team at LIP6 laboratory of Universite Pierre et Marie CURIE, in Paris, France. Web : http://asim.lip6.fr/recherche/alliance/ E-mail : alliance-users@asim.lip6.fr SYNOPSYS
#include "mlo.h" int dellotrs(ptfig, pttrs) lofig_list *ptfig; lotrs_list *pttrs; PARAMETERS
ptfig Pointer to the figure in which the transistor should be deleted pttrs Pointer to the transistor to be deleted. DESCRIPTION
dellotrs delete the transistor pointed to by pttrs in the figure pointed to by ptfig. The list consistency is maintainded, and the space freed. The transistor connectors are also freed, since if the transistor disapear, no more connections can occur on it. RETURN VALUE
dellotrs returns 1 if the transistor has been deleted, 0 if the transistor pointer does nit exists in the list. EXAMPLE
#include "mlo.h" char *was_existing(ptfig, pttrs) lofig_list *ptfig; lotrs_list *pttrs; { return dellotrs(ptfig, pttrs) ? "you just killed it!" : "wasn't here anyway"; } SEE ALSO
mbk(1), lofig(3), lotrs(3), addlotrs(3). BUG REPORT
This tool is under development at the ASIM department of the LIP6 laboratory. We need your feedback to improve documentation and tools. ASIM
/LIP6 October 1, 1997 DELLOTRS(3)
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