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H5LT_SET_ATTRIBUTE_UINT

Creates and writes an attribute.

Procedure:

H5LT_SET_ATTRIBUTE_UINT(loc_id, obj_name, attr_name, buffer, size)

Signature:

herr_t H5LTset_attribute_uint( hid_t loc_id, const char *obj_name, const char *attr_name, unsigned int *buffer, size_t size)

subroutine h5ltset_attribute_int_f(loc_id, dset_name, attr_name, buf, &
                                   size, 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, intent(IN), dimension(*) :: buf     ! data buffer
  integer(size_t), intent(IN) :: size          ! size of attribute array
  integer :: errcode                           ! error code
end subroutine h5ltset_attribute_int_f

Parameters:
hid_t   loc_idIN: Identifier of the object ( dataset or group) to create the attribute within.
const char * obj_nameIN: The name of the object to attach the attribute.
const char * attr_nameIN: The attribute name.
unsigned int *   bufferIN: Buffer with data to be written to the attribute.
hsize_t  size

IN: The size of the 1D array (one in the case of a scalar attribute). This value is used by H5Screate_simple to create the dataspace.

Description:

H5LTset_attribute_int  creates and writes a numerical integer attribute named  attr_name  and attaches it to the object specified by the name  obj_name. The attribute has a dimensionality of 1. The HDF5 datatype of the attribute is H5T_NATIVE_UINT.

Returns:

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

Example:

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--- Last Modified: December 04, 2017 | 07:15 AM