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TIFFWriteRawstrip(3T)							    TIFFWriteRawstrip(3T)

       TIFFWriteRawStrip - write a strip of raw data to an open TIFF file

       #include <tiffio.h>
       tsize_t TIFFWriteRawStrip(TIFF* tif, tstrip_t strip, tdata_t buf, tsize_t size)

       Append size bytes of raw data to the specified strip.

       The  strip  number  must be valid according to the current settings of the ImageLength and
       RowsPerStrip tags.  An image may be dynamically grown by increasing the	value  of  Image-
       Length prior to each call to TIFFWriteRawStrip.

       -1 is returned if an error occurred.  Otherwise, the value of size is returned.

       All error messages are directed to the TIFFError(3T) routine.

       %s: File not open for writing.  The file was opened for reading, not writing.

       Can  not  write scanlines to a tiled image.  The image is assumed to be organized in tiles
       because the TileWidth and TileLength tags have been set with TIFFSetField(3T).

       %s: Must set "ImageWidth" before writing data.  The image's width has not  be  set  before
       the first write.  See TIFFSetField(3T) for information on how to do this.

       %s:  Must set "PlanarConfiguration" before writing data.  The organization of data has not
       be defined before the first write.  See TIFFSetField(3T) for  information  on  how  to  do

       %s: No space for strip arrays".	There was not enough space for the arrays that hold strip
       offsets and byte counts.

       %s: Strip %d out of range, max %d.  The specified strip is not a valid strip according  to
       the currently specified image dimensions.

       libtiff(3T), TIFFOpen(3T), TIFFWriteEncodedStrip(3T), TIFFWriteScanline(3T)

					 October 15, 1995		    TIFFWriteRawstrip(3T)
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