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H5LT_GET_ATTRIBUTE_STRING

Reads an attribute from disk.

Procedure:

H5LT_GET_ATTRIBUTE_STRING(loc_id, obj_name, attr_name, data)

Signature:

herr_t H5LTget_attribute_string( hid_t loc_id, const char *obj_name, const char *attr_name,  char *data )

subroutine h5ltget_attribute_string_f(loc_id, dset_name, attr_name, &
                                      buf, errcode)
  implicit none
  integer(HID_T), intent(IN) :: loc_id           ! file or group identifier 
  character(LEN=*), intent(IN) :: dset_name      ! name of the dataset 
  character(LEN=*), intent(IN) :: attr_name      ! name of the attribute
  integer :: errcode                             ! error code
  character(LEN=*), intent(INOUT) :: buf         ! data buffer
end subroutine h5ltget_attribute_string_f

Parameters:
hid_t loc_idIN: Identifier of the object ( dataset or group) to read the attribute from.
const char *obj_nameIN: The name of the object that the attribute is attached to.
const char *attr_nameIN: The attribute name.
char * data

OUT: Buffer with data.

Description:

H5LTget_attribute_string reads an attribute named attr_name that is attached to the object specified by the name obj_name.
The datatype is a string.

Returns:

Returns a non-negative value if successful; otherwise returns a negative value.

Example:

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History:
Release    Change
1.8.9The content of the buffer returned by the Fortran subroutine has changed in this release: 
If the returned buffer requires padding, h5ltget_attribute_string_f now employs space padding; this buffer was previously returned with a C NULL terminator.

--- Last Modified: December 04, 2017 | 07:10 AM