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Sun, 25 May 2008 08:28:01 . . . . afh [fix formatting error]


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= ffillArray =

== Syntax ==

:bool ffillArray (int nr, double dval)

== Arguments ==

:nr

::Number of the array. Values from 0 to 99 are allowed.

:dval

::Floating-point value to fill the Array

== Return ==

Returns true if successful, or false if an error occurred (e.g., incorrect value for nr or byte-size of Array).

== Description ==

Function for filling an Array with a certain floating-point value; e.g., for initializing all elements of the Array to -0.5. The byte-size of the Array must be 2, 4, or 8. If the byte-size is 2 or 4, dval will be converted from (double)? to (half)? (16-bit) or (float)? (32-bit), resp., format before storing it in the Array.

== Example ==

<code>

%ffp

OnFilterStart:{

allocArray (0,100,0,0,4);

ffillArray (0, -0.5);

Info ("The Array was filled with the value: %g", fgetArray(0, rnd(0,99) ,0,0) );

freeArray(0);

return false;

}

</code>

== Also see ==

:fillArray, allocArray, freeArray, fgetArray, fputArray, getArrayDim, copyArray

== Comments ==

:Everyone can add his comments about his experiences with this function here. Tips for using it are welcome, too.