1 edition of GINO-F user guide for Fortran 77 found in the catalog.
Looseleaf in ringbinder.
|Statement||Bradly Associates Ltd|
|Publishers||Bradly Associates Ltd|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||78|
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It is supported on the IBM central computers primarily to provide compatibility with other installations that support GINO-F. Our library is the biggest of these that have literally hundreds of thousands of different products represented. It should however be regarded only as an emergency debugging aid, except for users who do not have access to a graphics device.
Details of the JCL for MUGWUMP are in the ELECTRIC manual. The MUGWUMP system provides a facility for storing pictures produced by user programs.
Note that support of POLYGRAPHICS is now frozen: the SMOG library at RL contains routines with almost all the POLYGRAPHICS facilities that have been used at RL. Two packages may be used by this means: MUGWUMP and SMOG. The various systems for this are listed in C7. Basic drawing to position and draw both straight lines and circular arcs - either solid, dashed, or chained.
Many packages exist at RL ENPLOT - C7. 1 Introduction A user wishing to produce graphical output must first decide on the form GINO-F user guide for Fortran 77 which he wants it. SUMX is the most comprehensive system, allowing histograms to be accumulated on disk when main storage is exhausted. The files are stored as separate frames of output and commands allow the user to look through the file, either continuously or selecting frames of interest.
No titling is done, so calling DEVHEA has no effect. 1 MUGWUMP and MAST graphics terminals The central computer system has many terminals attached to it, a number of which have full graphics output facilities. Note that MUGWUMP is both the name of the filestore and the graphics package.
Outputting characters and numbers in various forms, dots and a range of symbols.