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cpgtest.c

/*============================================================================

  PGSBOX 4.8 - draw curvilinear coordinate axes for PGPLOT.
  Copyright (C) 1997-2011, Mark Calabretta

  This file is part of PGSBOX.

  PGSBOX is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the
  terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free
  Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option)
  any later version.

  PGSBOX is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY
  WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS
  FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU Lesser General Public License for
  more details.

  You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public License
  along with PGSBOX.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

  Correspondence concerning PGSBOX may be directed to:
    Internet email: mcalabre@atnf.csiro.au
    Postal address: Dr. Mark Calabretta
                    Australia Telescope National Facility, CSIRO
                    PO Box 76
                    Epping NSW 1710
                    AUSTRALIA

  Author: Mark Calabretta, Australia Telescope National Facility
  http://www.atnf.csiro.au/~mcalabre/index.html
  $Id: cpgtest.c,v 4.8.1.1 2011/08/15 08:07:07 cal103 Exp cal103 $
*=============================================================================
*
*   cpgtest
*
*---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

#include <math.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <cpgplot.h>

#include <cpgsbox.h>
#include <wcs.h>
#include <wcsfix.h>

/* Fortran name mangling. */
#include <wcsconfig_f77.h>
#define lngvel_ F77_FUNC(lngvel, LNGVEL)
#define fscan_  F77_FUNC(fscan,  FSCAN)
#define pgcrfn_ F77_FUNC(pgcrfn, PGCRFN)
#define pgwcsl_ F77_FUNC(pgwcsl, PGWCSL)

int main()

{
  const double pi = 3.141592653589793238462643;
  const double d2r = pi/180.0;

  char   devtyp[16], fcode[2][4], idents[3][80], nlcprm[1], opt[2];
  int    c0[7], ci[7], gcode[2], ic, ierr, j, large, naxis[2], nliprm[2],
         status;
  float  blc[2], scl, trc[2];
  double cache[257][4], dec0, grid1[9], grid2[9], nldprm[8], rotn, tiklen;
  struct wcsprm wcs;
  nlfunc_t lngvel_, fscan_, pgcrfn_, pgwcsl_;

  /* Setup. */
  naxis[0] = 512;
  naxis[1] = 512;

  blc[0] = 0.5f;
  blc[1] = 0.5f;
  trc[0] = naxis[0] + 0.5f;
  trc[1] = naxis[1] + 0.5f;

  strcpy(devtyp, "/XWINDOW");
  cpgbeg(0, devtyp, 1, 1);

  j = 16;
  cpgqinf("TYPE", devtyp, &j);
  if (strcmp(devtyp, "PS") == 0  ||
     strcmp(devtyp, "VPS") == 0 ||
     strcmp(devtyp, "CPS") == 0 ||
     strcmp(devtyp, "VCPS") == 0) {
    /* Switch black and white. */
    cpgscr(0, 1.0f, 1.0f, 1.0f);
    cpgscr(1, 0.0f, 0.0f, 0.0f);
  }

  large = strcmp(devtyp, "XWINDOW") == 0;
  if (large) {
    scl = 1.0f;
    cpgvstd();
  } else {
    scl = 0.7f;
    cpgvsiz(1.0f, 3.0f, 1.0f, 3.0f);
  }

  /* Yellow. */
  cpgscr(2, 1.0f, 1.0f, 0.0f);
  /* White. */
  cpgscr(3, 1.0f, 1.0f, 1.0f);
  /* Pale blue. */
  cpgscr(4, 0.5f, 0.5f, 0.8f);
  /* Pale red. */
  cpgscr(5, 0.8f, 0.5f, 0.5f);
  /* Grey. */
  cpgscr(6, 0.7f, 0.7f, 0.7f);
  /* Dark green. */
  cpgscr(7, 0.3f, 0.5f, 0.3f);

  c0[0] = -1;
  c0[1] = -1;
  c0[2] = -1;
  c0[3] = -1;
  c0[4] = -1;
  c0[5] = -1;
  c0[6] = -1;

  cpgwnad(0.0f, 1.0f, 0.0f, 1.0f);
  cpgask(1);
  cpgpage();

  wcs.flag = -1;

  /*--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  * Longitude-velocity map; the y-axis is regularly spaced in frequency but is
  * to be labelled as a true relativistic velocity.
  *   - PGSBOX uses subroutine LNGVEL.
  *   - Separable (i.e. orthogonal), non-linear coordinate system.
  *   - Automatic choice of coordinate increments.
  *   - Extraction of a common scaling factor.
  *   - Automatic choice of what edges to label.
  *   - Request for tickmarks (internal) for one coordinate and grid lines
  *     for the other.
  *   - Simple two-colour grid using two calls with deferred labelling on
  *     the first call.
  *   - Degree labelling.
  *   - Suppression of zero arcmin and arcsec fields in sexagesimal degree
  *     format.
  *------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

  printf("\nLongitude-velocity map\n");

  /* Reference pixel coordinates. */
  nldprm[0] =   1.0;
  nldprm[1] = 256.0;

  /* Reference pixel values. */
  nldprm[2] = 0.0;
  nldprm[3] = 1.420e9;

  /* Coordinate increments. */
  nldprm[4] = 360.0/(naxis[0]-1);
  nldprm[5] = 4e6;

  /* Rest frequency. */
  nldprm[6] = 1.420e9;

  /* Annotation. */
  strcpy(idents[0], "galactic longitude");
  strcpy(idents[1], "velocity (m/s)");
  strcpy(idents[2], "HI line");

  opt[0] = 'F';
  opt[1] = ' ';

  /* Normal size lettering. */
  cpgsch(1.0f*scl);

  /* Yellow tick marks for longitude and grid lines for velocity. */
  cpgsci(2);
  gcode[0] = 1;
  gcode[1] = 2;
  grid1[0] = 0.0;
  grid2[0] = 0.0;

  /* Defer labelling. */
  ic = -1;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, -1, 0, c0, gcode, 2.0, 0, grid1, 0, grid2,
    0, lngvel_, 1, 1, 7, nlcprm, nliprm, nldprm, 256, &ic, cache, &ierr);

  /* Draw fiducial grid lines in white and do labelling. */
  cpgsci(1);
  gcode[0] = 2;
  gcode[1] = 2;
  grid1[1] = 180.0;
  grid2[1] = 0.0;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, 0, 0, c0, gcode, 0.0, 1, grid1, 1, grid2,
    0, lngvel_, 1, 1, 7, nlcprm, nliprm, nldprm, 256, &ic, cache, &ierr);

  /* Draw the frame. */
  cpgbox("BC", 0.0f, 0, "BC", 0.0f, 0);

  cpgpage();

  /*--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  * Azimuth-frequency scan; this sort of output might be obtained from an
  * antenna that scans in azimuth with a receiver that scans simultaneously
  * in frequency.
  *   - PGSBOX uses subroutine FSCAN.
  *   - Non-separable (i.e. non-orthogonal) non-linear coordinate system.
  *   - Automatic choice of what edges to label; results in labelling the
  *     bottom, left and right sides of the plot.
  *   - Cyclic labelling.  FSCAN returns the azimuth in the range
  *     0 - 720 degrees but PGSBOX is set to normalize this to two cycles of
  *     0 - 360 degrees.
  *   - Logarithmic labelling.
  *   - Automatic choice of coordinate increments but with request for all
  *     grid lines for the logarithmic coordinate.
  *   - Degree labelling.
  *   - Suppression of common zero arcmin and arcsec fields in sexagesimal
  *     degree format.
  *------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

  printf("\nAzimuth-frequency scan\n");

  /* Reference pixel coordinates. */
  nldprm[0] = 0.5;
  nldprm[1] = 0.5;

  /* Reference pixel values. */
  nldprm[2] = 0.0;
  nldprm[3] = 8.5;

  /* Coordinate increments. */
  nldprm[4] = 720.0/(naxis[0]+1);
  nldprm[5] = 0.002;

  /* Rate of change of NLDPRM[3] with x-pixel. */
  nldprm[6] = -0.002;

  /* Annotation. */
  strcpy(idents[0], "azimuth");
  strcpy(idents[1], "\\gn/Hz");
  strcpy(idents[2], "Frequency/azimuth scan");

  opt[0] = 'D';
  opt[1] = 'L';

  /* Normal size lettering. */
  cpgsch(1.0f*scl);

  /* Draw full grid lines. */
  cpgsci(1);
  gcode[0] = 2;
  gcode[1] = 2;
  grid1[0] = 0.0;
  grid2[0] = 0.0;

  /* Setting labden = 9900 forces all logarithmic grid lines to be drawn. */
  ic = -1;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, 0, 9900, c0, gcode, 2.0, 0, grid1, 0, grid2,
    0, fscan_, 1, 1, 7, nlcprm, nliprm, nldprm, 256, &ic, cache, &ierr);

  /* Draw the frame. */
  cpgbox("BC", 0.0f, 0, "BC", 0.0f, 0);

  cpgpage();


  /*--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  * Z versus time plot.
  *   - PGSBOX uses subroutine PGCRFN.
  *   - Separable (i.e. orthogonal), non-linear coordinate system.
  *   - Use of function PGCRFN for separable axis types.
  *   - Automatic choice of what edges to label; results in labelling the
  *     bottom and left sides of the plot.
  *   - Automatic choice of coordinate increments.
  *   - Logarithmic labelling over many orders of magnitude.
  *   - Single-character annotation on a vertical axis is upright.
  *------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

  printf("\nZ versus time plot\n");

  /* Function types. */
  strncpy(fcode[0], "Lin ", 4);
  strncpy(fcode[1], "Log ", 4);

  /* Reference pixel coordinates. */
  nldprm[0] =   0.5;
  nldprm[1] = -50.0;

  /* Coordinate increments. */
  nldprm[2] = 0.04;
  nldprm[3] = 0.02;

  /* Reference pixel values. */
  nldprm[4] = -3.0;
  nldprm[5] =  1.0;

  /* Annotation. */
  strcpy(idents[0], "Age of universe (sec)");
  strcpy(idents[1], "Y");
  strcpy(idents[2], "");

  opt[0] = 'L';
  opt[1] = ' ';

  /* Normal size lettering. */
  cpgsch(1.0f*scl);

  /* Draw ticks for the first coordinate, grid lines for the second. */
  cpgsci(1);
  gcode[0] = 1;
  gcode[1] = 2;
  grid1[0] = 0.0;
  grid2[0] = 0.0;

  ic = -1;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, 0, 0, c0, gcode, 2.0, 0, grid1, 0, grid2, 0,
    pgcrfn_, 8, 2, 4, fcode[0], nliprm, nldprm, 256, &ic, cache, &ierr);

  /* Draw the frame. */
  cpgbox("BC", 0.0f, 0, "BC", 0.0f, 0);

  cpgpage();

  /*--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  * Simple SIN projection near the south celestial pole.
  *   - PGSBOX uses subroutine PGWCSL to interface to WCSLIB.
  *   - Non-separable (i.e. non-orthogonal) curvilinear coordinate system.
  *   - Demonstrate parameter definition for PGWCSL.
  *   - Discovery of grid lines that do not cross any axis.
  *   - Automatic choice of what edges to label; results in labelling all
  *     sides of the plot.
  *   - Automatic choice of coordinate increments but with request for
  *     increased grid density for each coordinate.
  *   - Double precision accuracy.
  *   - Cyclic coordinates.  PGWCSL returns the right ascension in the range
  *     -180 to +180 degrees, i.e. with a discontinuity at +/- 180 degrees.
  *   - Labelling of degrees as time in the range 0 - 24h.
  *   - Suppression of labels that would overlap one another.
  *   - Sexagesimal degree labelling with automatically determined
  *     precision.
  *   - Suppression of common zero minute and second fields in sexagesimal
  *     time format.
  *------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

  printf("\nSimple SIN projection\n");

  wcs.flag = -1;
  status = wcsini(1, 2, &wcs);

  /* Set projection type to SIN. */
  strcpy(wcs.ctype[0], "RA---SIN");
  strcpy(wcs.ctype[1], "DEC--SIN");

  /* Reference pixel coordinates. */
  wcs.crpix[0] = 384.0;
  wcs.crpix[1] = 256.0;

  /* Coordinate increments. */
  wcs.cdelt[0] = -1.0/3600000.0;
  wcs.cdelt[1] =  1.0/3600000.0;

  /* Spherical coordinate references. */
  dec0 = -89.99995;
  wcs.crval[0] = 25.0;
  wcs.crval[1] = dec0;

  /* Set parameters for an NCP projection. */
  dec0 *= d2r;
  wcs.pv[0].i = 2;
  wcs.pv[0].m = 1;
  wcs.pv[0].value = 0.0;
  wcs.pv[0].i = 2;
  wcs.pv[1].m = 2;
  wcs.pv[1].value = cos(dec0)/sin(dec0);

  /* Annotation. */
  strcpy(idents[0], "Right ascension");
  strcpy(idents[1], "Declination");
  strcpy(idents[2], "WCS SIN projection");

  opt[0] = 'G';
  opt[1] = 'E';

  /* Compact lettering. */
  cpgsch(0.8f*scl);

  /* Draw full grid lines. */
  cpgsci(1);
  gcode[0] = 2;
  gcode[1] = 2;
  grid1[0] = 0.0;
  grid2[0] = 0.0;

  /* Draw the celestial grid.  The grid density is set for each world */
  /* coordinate by specifying LABDEN = 1224. */
  ic = -1;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, 0, 1224, c0, gcode, 0.0, 0, grid1, 0, grid2,
    0, pgwcsl_, 1, WCSLEN, 1, nlcprm, (int *)(&wcs), nldprm, 256, &ic,
    cache, &ierr);

  /* Draw the frame. */
  cpgbox("BC", 0.0f, 0, "BC", 0.0f, 0);

  cpgpage();

  /*-------------------------------------------------------------------------
  * Conic equal area projection.
  *   - PGSBOX uses subroutine PGWCSL to interface to WCSLIB.
  *   - Non-separable (i.e. non-orthogonal) curvilinear coordinate system.
  *   - Coordinate system undefined in areas of the plot.
  *   - Demonstrate parameter definition for PGWCSL.
  *   - Discontinuous grid lines handled by PGWCSL.
  *   - Discovery of grid lines that do not cross any axis.
  *   - Colour control for grid and labelling.
  *   - Reduced size lettering.
  *   - Automatic choice of what edges to label; results in labelling all
  *     sides of the plot.
  *   - Automatic choice of coordinate increments.
  *   - Cyclic coordinates.  PGWCSL returns the longitude in the range -180
  *     to +180 degrees, i.e. with a discontinuity at +/- 180 degrees.
  *   - Suppression of labels that would overlap one another.
  *   - Suppression of common zero arcmin and arcsec fields in sexagesimal
  *     degree format.
  *------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

  printf("\nConic equal area projection\n");

  status = wcsini(1, 2, &wcs);

  /* Set projection type to conic equal-area. */
  strcpy(wcs.ctype[0], "RA---COE");
  strcpy(wcs.ctype[1], "DEC--COE");

  /* Reference pixel coordinates. */
  wcs.crpix[0] = 256.0;
  wcs.crpix[1] = 256.0;

  /* Coordinate increments. */
  wcs.cdelt[0] = -1.0/3.0;
  wcs.cdelt[1] =  1.0/3.0;

  /* Spherical coordinate references. */
  wcs.crval[0] =  90.0;
  wcs.crval[1] =  30.0;
  wcs.lonpole  = 150.0;

  /* Middle latitude and offset from standard parallels. */
  wcs.npv = 2;
  wcs.pv[0].i = 2;
  wcs.pv[0].m = 1;
  wcs.pv[0].value = 60.0;
  wcs.pv[1].i = 2;
  wcs.pv[1].m = 2;
  wcs.pv[1].value = 15.0;

  /* Annotation. */
  strcpy(idents[0], "longitude");
  strcpy(idents[1], "latitude");
  strcpy(idents[2], "WCS conic equal area projection");

  opt[0] = 'E';
  opt[1] = 'E';

  /* Reduced size lettering. */
  cpgsch(0.8f*scl);

  /* Draw full grid lines. */
  gcode[0] = 2;
  gcode[1] = 2;
  grid1[0] = 0.0;
  grid2[0] = 0.0;

  /* Use colour to associate grid lines and labels. */
  /* Meridians in red. */
  cpgscr(10, 0.5f, 0.0f, 0.0f);
  /* Parallels in blue. */
  cpgscr(11, 0.0f, 0.2f, 0.5f);
  /* Longitudes in red. */
  cpgscr(12, 0.8f, 0.3f, 0.0f);
  /* Latitudes in blue. */
  cpgscr(13, 0.0f, 0.4f, 0.7f);
  /* Longitude labels in red. */
  cpgscr(14, 0.8f, 0.3f, 0.0f);
  /* Latitude labels in blue. */
  cpgscr(15, 0.0f, 0.4f, 0.7f);
  /* Title in cyan. */
  cpgscr(16, 0.3f, 1.0f, 1.0f);

  ci[0] = 10;
  ci[1] = 11;
  ci[2] = 12;
  ci[3] = 13;
  ci[4] = 14;
  ci[5] = 15;
  ci[6] = 16;

  /* Draw the celestial grid letting PGSBOX choose the increments. */
  ic = -1;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, 0, 0, ci, gcode, 0.0, 0, grid1, 0, grid2, 1,
    pgwcsl_, 1, WCSLEN, 1, nlcprm, (int *)(&wcs), nldprm, 256, &ic, cache,
    &ierr);

  /* Set parameters to draw the native grid. */
  wcs.crval[0] =   0.0;
  wcs.crval[1] =  60.0;
  wcs.lonpole  = 999.0;
  wcs.latpole  = 999.0;
  status = wcsset(&wcs);

  /* We just want to delineate the boundary, in green. */
  cpgsci(7);
  grid1[1] = -180.0;
  grid1[2] =  180.0;
  grid2[1] =  -90.0;
  grid2[2] =   90.0;

  ic = -1;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, -1, 0, c0, gcode, 0.0, 2, grid1, 2, grid2,
    1, pgwcsl_, 1, WCSLEN, 1, nlcprm, (int *)(&wcs), nldprm, 256, &ic,
    cache, &ierr);

  /* Draw the frame. */
  cpgsci(1);
  cpgbox("BC", 0.0f, 0, "BC", 0.0f, 0);

  cpgpage();

  /*--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  * Polyconic projection with colour-coded grid.
  *   - PGSBOX uses subroutine PGWCSL to interface to WCSLIB.
  *   - Non-separable (i.e. non-orthogonal) curvilinear coordinate system.
  *   - Coordinate system undefined in areas of the plot.
  *   - Demonstrate parameter definition for PGWCSL.
  *   - Discontinuous grid lines handled by PGWCSL.
  *   - Colour coded labelling.
  *   - Colour coded grid implemented by the caller.
  *   - Basic management of the axis-crossing table (see code).
  *   - Reduced size lettering.
  *   - Tick marks external to the frame.
  *   - User selection of what edges to label with request for both
  *     coordinates to be labelled on bottom, left and top edges.
  *   - User selection of grid lines to plot.
  *   - Concatenation of annotation at bottom and left; automatically
  *     suppressed at the top since only one coordinate is labelled there.
  *   - Suppression of labels that would overlap one another.
  *   - Degree labelling.
  *   - Labelling of degrees as time in the range -12 - +12h.
  *   - Suppression of common zero minute and second fields in sexagesimal
  *     time format.
  *------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

  printf("\nPolyconic projection with colour-coded grid\n");

  status = wcsini(1, 2, &wcs);

  /* Set projection type to polyconic. */
  strcpy(wcs.ctype[0], "RA---PCO");
  strcpy(wcs.ctype[1], "DEC--PCO");

  /* Reference pixel coordinates. */
  wcs.crpix[0] = 192.0;
  wcs.crpix[1] = 640.0;

  /* Rotate 30 degrees. */
  rotn = 30.0*d2r;
  *(wcs.pc)   =  cos(rotn);
  *(wcs.pc+1) =  sin(rotn);
  *(wcs.pc+2) = -sin(rotn);
  *(wcs.pc+3) =  cos(rotn);

  /* Coordinate increments. */
  wcs.cdelt[0] = -1.0/5.0;
  wcs.cdelt[1] =  1.0/5.0;

  /* Spherical coordinate references. */
  wcs.crval[0] = 332.0;
  wcs.crval[1] =  40.0;
  wcs.lonpole  = -30.0;

  /* Annotation. */
  strcpy(idents[0], "Hour angle");
  strcpy(idents[1], "Declination");
  strcpy(idents[2], "WCS polyconic projection");

  opt[0] = 'H';
  opt[1] = 'B';

  /* Reduced size lettering. */
  cpgsch(0.9f*scl);

  /* Draw external (TIKLEN < 0) tick marks every 5 degrees. */
  gcode[0] = 1;
  gcode[1] = 1;
  tiklen = -2.0;

  cpgsci(6);
  grid1[0] = 5.0;
  grid2[0] = 5.0;

  ic = -1;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, -1, 0, c0, gcode, tiklen, 0, grid1, 0,
    grid2, 1, pgwcsl_, 1, WCSLEN, 1, nlcprm, (int *)(&wcs), nldprm, 256,
    &ic, cache, &ierr);

  /* Resetting the table index to zero causes information about the */
  /* tick marks to be discarded. */
  ic = 0;

  /* Draw full grid lines in yellow rather than tick marks. */
  cpgsci(2);
  gcode[0] = 2;
  gcode[1] = 2;

  /* Draw the primary meridian and equator. */
  grid1[1] = 0.0;
  grid2[1] = 0.0;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, -1, 0, c0, gcode, 0.0, 1, grid1, 1, grid2,
    1, pgwcsl_, 1, WCSLEN, 1, nlcprm, (int *)(&wcs), nldprm, 256, &ic,
    cache, &ierr);

  /* At this point the axis-crossing table will have entries for the  */
  /* primary meridian and equator.  Labelling was deferred in the     */
  /* previous call, and the table is passed intact on the second call */
  /* to accumulate further axis-crossings.                            */

  /* Draw 90 degree meridians and poles in white. */
  cpgsci(3);
  grid1[1] =  90.0;
  grid1[2] = 180.0;
  grid1[3] = 270.0;
  grid2[1] = -90.0;
  grid2[2] =  90.0;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, -1, 0, c0, gcode, 0.0, 3, grid1, 2, grid2,
    1, pgwcsl_, 1, WCSLEN, 1, nlcprm, (int *)(&wcs), nldprm, 256, &ic,
    cache, &ierr);

  /* Draw the first set of 15 degree meridians and parallels in blue. */
  cpgsci(4);
  grid1[1] =  15.0;
  grid1[2] =  60.0;
  grid1[3] = 105.0;
  grid1[4] = 150.0;
  grid1[5] = 195.0;
  grid1[6] = 240.0;
  grid1[7] = 285.0;
  grid1[8] = 330.0;
  grid2[1] = -75.0;
  grid2[2] = -30.0;
  grid2[3] =  15.0;
  grid2[4] =  60.0;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, -1, 0, c0, gcode, 0.0, 8, grid1, 4, grid2,
    1, pgwcsl_, 1, WCSLEN, 1, nlcprm, (int *)(&wcs), nldprm, 256, &ic,
    cache, &ierr);

  /* Draw the second set of 15 degree meridians and parallels in red. */
  cpgsci(5);
  grid1[1] =  30.0;
  grid1[2] =  75.0;
  grid1[3] = 120.0;
  grid1[4] = 165.0;
  grid1[5] = 210.0;
  grid1[6] = 255.0;
  grid1[7] = 300.0;
  grid1[8] = 345.0;
  grid2[1] = -60.0;
  grid2[2] = -15.0;
  grid2[3] =  30.0;
  grid2[4] =  75.0;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, -1, 0, c0, gcode, 0.0, 8, grid1, 4, grid2,
    1, pgwcsl_, 1, WCSLEN, 1, nlcprm, (int *)(&wcs), nldprm, 256, &ic,
    cache, &ierr);

  /* The axis-crossing table has now accumulated information for all of */
  /* the preceding meridians and parallels but no labels have been      */
  /* produced.  It will acquire information for the the next set of     */
  /* meridians and parallels before being processed by this call to     */
  /* PGSBOX which finally produces the labels.                          */

  /* Draw the 45 degree meridians and parallels in grey and use colour  */
  /* to differentiate grid labels. */
  /* Meridians and parallels in grey. */
  cpgscr(10, 0.7f, 0.7f, 0.7f);
  cpgscr(11, 0.7f, 0.7f, 0.7f);
  /* Longitudes tinged red. */
  cpgscr(12, 1.0f, 0.9f, 0.6f);
  /* Latitudes tinged green. */
  cpgscr(13, 0.8f, 1.0f, 0.9f);
  /* Longitude labels tinged red. */
  cpgscr(14, 1.0f, 0.9f, 0.6f);
  /* Latitude labels tinged green. */
  cpgscr(15, 0.8f, 1.0f, 0.9f);
  /* Title in white. */
  cpgscr(16, 1.0f, 1.0f, 1.0f);

  ci[0] = 10;
  ci[1] = 11;
  ci[2] = 12;
  ci[3] = 13;
  ci[4] = 14;
  ci[5] = 15;
  ci[6] = 16;

  cpgsci(6);

  /* Tell PGSBOX what edges to label. */
  grid1[1] =  45.0;
  grid1[2] = 135.0;
  grid1[3] = 225.0;
  grid1[4] = 315.0;
  grid2[1] = -45.0;
  grid2[2] =  45.0;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, 2333, 0, ci, gcode, 0.0, 4, grid1, 2, grid2,
    1, pgwcsl_, 1, WCSLEN, 1, nlcprm, (int *)(&wcs), nldprm, 256, &ic,
    cache, &ierr);

  /* Native grid in green (delineates boundary). */
  cpgsci(7);
  grid1[1] = -180.0;
  grid1[2] =  180.0;
  grid2[1] = -999.0;

  wcs.crval[0] =   0.0;
  wcs.crval[1] =   0.0;
  wcs.lonpole  = 999.0;
  status = wcsset(&wcs);

  ic = -1;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, -1, 0, c0, gcode, 0.0, 2, grid1, 1, grid2,
    1, pgwcsl_, 1, WCSLEN, 1, nlcprm, (int *)(&wcs), nldprm, 256, &ic,
    cache, &ierr);

  /* Draw the frame. */
  cpgsci(1);
  cpgbox("BC", 0.0f, 0, "BC", 0.0f, 0);

  cpgpage();

  /*--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  * Plate Carree projection.
  *   - PGSBOX uses subroutine PGWCSL to interface to WCSLIB.
  *   - Rectangular image.
  *   - Dual coordinate grids.
  *   - Non-separable (i.e. non-orthogonal) curvilinear coordinate system.
  *   - Demonstrate parameter definition for PGWCSL.
  *   - Discontinuous grid lines handled by PGWCSL.
  *   - Colour coding of grid and labelling.
  *   - Reduced size lettering.
  *   - Manual labelling control.
  *   - Manual and automatic choice of coordinate increments.
  *   - Cyclic coordinates.  PGWCSL returns the longitude in the range -180
  *     to +180 degrees, i.e. with a discontinuity at +/- 180 degrees.
  *   - Suppression of labels that would overlap one another.
  *------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

  printf("\nPlate Carree projection\n");

  naxis[0] = 181;
  naxis[1] =  91;

  blc[0] = 0.5;
  blc[1] = 0.5;
  trc[0] = naxis[0] + 0.5;
  trc[1] = naxis[1] + 0.5;

  /* Reset viewport for rectangular image. */
  if (large) {
    cpgvstd();
  } else {
    cpgvsiz(1.0f, 3.0f, 1.0f, 3.0f);
  }
  cpgwnad(0.0f, 1.0f, 0.0f, ((float)naxis[1])/((float)naxis[0]));

  status = wcsini(1, 2, &wcs);

  /* Set projection type to plate carree. */
  strcpy(wcs.ctype[0], "GLON-CAR");
  strcpy(wcs.ctype[1], "GLAT-CAR");

  /* Reference pixel coordinates. */
  wcs.crpix[0] = 226.0;
  wcs.crpix[1] =  46.0;

  /* Linear transformation matrix. */
  rotn = 15.0*d2r;
  *(wcs.pc)   =  cos(rotn);
  *(wcs.pc+1) =  sin(rotn);
  *(wcs.pc+2) = -sin(rotn);
  *(wcs.pc+3) =  cos(rotn);

  /* Coordinate increments. */
  wcs.cdelt[0] = -1.0;
  wcs.cdelt[1] =  1.0;

  /* Set parameters to draw the native grid. */
  wcs.crval[0] = 0.0;
  wcs.crval[1] = 0.0;

  /* The reference pixel was defined so that the native longitude runs   */
  /* from 225 deg to 45 deg and this will cause the grid to be truncated */
  /* at the 180 deg boundary.  However, being a cylindrical projection   */
  /* it is possible to recentre it in longitude.  cylfix() will modify   */
  /* modify CRPIX, CRVAL, and LONPOLE to suit.                           */

  status = cylfix(naxis, &wcs);

  /* Annotation. */
  strcpy(idents[0], "");
  strcpy(idents[1], "");
  strcpy(idents[2], "WCS plate caree projection");

  opt[0] = 'C';
  opt[1] = 'C';

  /* Reduced size lettering. */
  cpgsch(0.8f*scl);

  /* Draw full grid lines. */
  gcode[0] = 2;
  gcode[1] = 2;

  /* Draw native grid in green. */
  cpgscr(16, 0.0f, 0.2f, 0.0f);
  /* Title in cyan. */
  cpgscr(17, 0.3f, 1.0f, 1.0f);

  ci[0] = 16;
  ci[1] = 16;
  ci[2] =  7;
  ci[3] =  7;
  ci[4] = -1;
  ci[5] = -1;
  ci[6] = 17;

  grid1[0] = 15.0;
  grid2[0] = 15.0;
  ic = -1;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, 2100, 0, ci, gcode, 0.0, 0, grid1, 0, grid2,
    1, pgwcsl_, 1, WCSLEN, 1, nlcprm, (int *)(&wcs), nldprm, 256, &ic,
    cache, &ierr);

  /* Reset CRPIX previously modified by cylfix(). */
  wcs.crpix[0] = 226.0;
  wcs.crpix[1] =  46.0;

  /* Galactic reference coordinates. */
  wcs.crval[0] =  30.0;
  wcs.crval[1] =  35.0;
  wcs.lonpole  = 999.0;
  status = wcsset(&wcs);

  status = cylfix(naxis, &wcs);

  /* Annotation. */
  strcpy(idents[0], "longitude");
  strcpy(idents[1], "latitude");
  strcpy(idents[2], "");

  opt[0] = 'E';
  opt[1] = 'E';

  /* Use colour to associate grid lines and labels. */
  /* Meridians in red. */
  cpgscr(10, 0.5f, 0.0f, 0.0f);
  /* Parallels in blue. */
  cpgscr(11, 0.0f, 0.2f, 0.5f);
  /* Longitudes in red. */
  cpgscr(12, 0.8f, 0.3f, 0.0f);
  /* Latitudes in blue. */
  cpgscr(13, 0.0f, 0.4f, 0.7f);
  /* Longitude labels in red. */
  cpgscr(14, 0.8f, 0.3f, 0.0f);
  /* Latitude labels in blue. */
  cpgscr(15, 0.0f, 0.4f, 0.7f);

  ci[0] = 10;
  ci[1] = 11;
  ci[2] = 12;
  ci[3] = 13;
  ci[4] = 14;
  ci[5] = 15;
  ci[6] = -1;

  grid1[0] = 0.0;
  grid2[0] = 0.0;

  /* Draw the celestial grid letting PGSBOX choose the increments. */
  ic = -1;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, 21, 0, ci, gcode, 0.0, 0, grid1, 0, grid2,
    1, pgwcsl_, 1, WCSLEN, 1, nlcprm, (int *)(&wcs), nldprm, 256, &ic,
    cache, &ierr);

  /* Draw the frame. */
  cpgsci(1);
  cpgbox("BC", 0.0f, 0, "BC", 0.0f, 0);

  cpgpage();

  /*--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  * Plate Carree projection.
  *   - PGSBOX uses subroutine PGWCSL to interface to WCSLIB.
  *   - BLC, TRC unrelated to pixel coordinates.
  *   - Demonstrate parameter definition for PGWCSL.
  *   - Poles and 180 meridian projected along edges of the frame.
  *   - Reduced size lettering.
  *   - Manual and automatic choice of coordinate increments.
  *   - Suppression of common zero minute and second fields in sexagesimal
  *     time format.
  *------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

  printf("\nPlate Carree projection\n");

  blc[0] = -180.0;
  blc[1] =  -90.0;
  trc[0] =  180.0;
  trc[1] =  +90.0;

  /*  Reset viewport for rectangular image. */
  if (large) {
    cpgvstd();
  } else {
    cpgvsiz(1.0f, 3.0f, 1.0f, 3.0f);
  }
  cpgwnad (blc[0], trc[0], blc[1], trc[1]);

  status = wcsini(1, 2, &wcs);

  /* Set projection type to plate carree. */
  strcpy(wcs.ctype[0], "RA---CAR");
  strcpy(wcs.ctype[1], "DEC--CAR");

  /* Reference pixel coordinates. */
  wcs.crpix[0] = 0.0;
  wcs.crpix[1] = 0.0;

  /* Coordinate increments. */
  wcs.cdelt[0] = -1.0;
  wcs.cdelt[1] =  1.0;

  /* Set parameters to draw the native grid. */
  wcs.crval[0] = 0.0;
  wcs.crval[1] = 0.0;

  /* Annotation. */
  strcpy(idents[0], "Right ascension");
  strcpy(idents[1], "Declination");
  strcpy(idents[2], "WCS plate caree projection");

  opt[0] = 'G';
  opt[1] = 'E';

  /* Reduced size lettering. */
  cpgsch(0.7f*scl);

  /* Draw full grid lines. */
  gcode[0] = 2;
  gcode[1] = 2;

  cpgsci(1);

  grid1[0] = 0.0;
  grid2[0] = 0.0;

  ic = -1;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, 2121, 1212, c0, gcode, 0.0, 0, grid1, 0,
    grid2, 1, pgwcsl_, 1, WCSLEN, 1, nlcprm, (int *)(&wcs), nldprm, 256,
    &ic, cache, &ierr);

  /* Draw the frame. */
  cpgbox("BC", 0.0f, 0, "BC", 0.0f, 0);

  cpgpage();

  /*--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  * Cylindrical perspective projection.
  *   - PGSBOX uses subroutine PGWCSL to interface to WCSLIB.
  *   - BLC, TRC unrelated to pixel coordinates.
  *   - Demonstrate parameter definition for PGWCSL.
  *   - Reduced size lettering.
  *   - Manual and automatic choice of coordinate increments.
  *   - Suppression of common zero minute and second fields in sexagesimal
  *     time format.
  *------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

  printf("\nCylindrical perspective projection\n");

  blc[0] = -180.0;
  blc[1] =  -90.0;
  trc[0] =  180.0;
  trc[1] =  +90.0;

  /*  Reset viewport for rectangular image. */
  if (large) {
    cpgvstd();
  } else {
    cpgvsiz(1.0f, 3.0f, 1.0f, 3.0f);
  }
  cpgwnad (blc[0], trc[0], blc[1], trc[1]);

  status = wcsini(1, 2, &wcs);

  /* Set projection type to cylindrical perspective. */
  strcpy(wcs.ctype[0], "RA---CYP");
  strcpy(wcs.ctype[1], "DEC--CYP");

  /* Reference pixel coordinates. */
  wcs.crpix[0] = 0.0;
  wcs.crpix[1] = 0.0;

  /* Coordinate increments. */
  wcs.cdelt[0] = -1.0;
  wcs.cdelt[1] =  1.0;

  /* Set parameters to draw the native grid. */
  wcs.crval[0] =  45.0;
  wcs.crval[1] = -90.0;
  wcs.lonpole  = 999.0;

  /* mu and lambda projection parameters. */
  wcs.npv = 2;
  wcs.pv[0].i = 2;
  wcs.pv[0].m = 1;
  wcs.pv[0].value = 0.0;
  wcs.pv[1].i = 2;
  wcs.pv[1].m = 2;
  wcs.pv[1].value = 1.0;

  /* Annotation. */
  strcpy(idents[0], "Right ascension");
  strcpy(idents[1], "Declination");
  strcpy(idents[2], "WCS cylindrical perspective projection");

  opt[0] = 'G';
  opt[1] = 'E';

  /* Reduced size lettering. */
  cpgsch(0.7f*scl);

  /* Draw full grid lines. */
  gcode[0] = 2;
  gcode[1] = 2;

  cpgsci(1);

  grid1[0] = 0.0;
  grid2[0] = 0.0;

  ic = -1;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, 2121, 1212, c0, gcode, 0.0, 0, grid1, 0,
    grid2, 1, pgwcsl_, 1, WCSLEN, 1, nlcprm, (int *)(&wcs), nldprm, 256,
    &ic, cache, &ierr);

  /* Draw the frame. */
  cpgbox("BC", 0.0f, 0, "BC", 0.0f, 0);

  cpgpage();

  /*--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  * Gnomonic projection.
  *   - PGSBOX uses subroutine PGWCSL to interface to WCSLIB.
  *   - Demonstrate parameter definition for PGWCSL.
  *   - Reduced size lettering.
  *   - Manual and automatic choice of coordinate increments.
  *   - Suppression of common zero minute and second fields in sexagesimal
  *     time format.
  *------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

  printf("\nTAN projection\n");

  naxis[0] = 100;
  naxis[1] = 100;

  blc[0] = 0.5;
  blc[1] = 0.5;
  trc[0] = naxis[0] + 0.5;
  trc[1] = naxis[1] + 0.5;

  /*  Reset viewport for rectangular image. */
  if (large) {
    cpgvstd();
  } else {
    cpgvsiz(1.0f, 3.0f, 1.0f, 3.0f);
  }
  cpgwnad(0.0f, 1.0f, 0.0f, ((float)naxis[1])/((float)naxis[0]));

  status = wcsini(1, 2, &wcs);

  /* Set projection type to gnomonic. */
  strcpy(wcs.ctype[0], "RA---TAN");
  strcpy(wcs.ctype[1], "DEC--TAN");

  /* Reference pixel coordinates. */
  wcs.crpix[0] = 50.5;
  wcs.crpix[1] =  1.0;

  /* Coordinate increments. */
  wcs.cdelt[0] = 1e-3;
  wcs.cdelt[1] = 1e-3;

  /* Set parameters to draw the native grid. */
  wcs.crval[0] =  45.0;
  wcs.crval[1] = -89.7;
  wcs.lonpole  = 999.0;

  /* Annotation. */
  strcpy(idents[0], "Right ascension");
  strcpy(idents[1], "Declination");
  strcpy(idents[2], "WCS TAN projection");

  opt[0] = 'E';
  opt[1] = 'E';

  /* Reduced size lettering. */
  cpgsch(0.7f*scl);

  /* Draw full grid lines. */
  gcode[0] = 2;
  gcode[1] = 2;

  cpgsci(1);

  grid1[0] = 0.0;
  grid2[0] = 0.0;

  ic = -1;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, 0, 1212, c0, gcode, 0.0, 0, grid1, 0,
    grid2, 0, pgwcsl_, 1, WCSLEN, 1, nlcprm, (int *)(&wcs), nldprm, 256,
    &ic, cache, &ierr);

  /* Draw the frame. */
  cpgbox("BC", 0.0f, 0, "BC", 0.0f, 0);

  cpgpage();

  /*--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  * Linear-linear plot with two types of alternative labelling.
  *   - PGSBOX uses subroutine PGCRFN.
  *   - Separable (i.e. orthogonal), linear coordinate system.
  *   - Use of function PGCRFN for separable axis types.
  *   - Alternative labelling and axis annotation.
  *   - Direct manipulation of the axis-crossing table.
  *   - Tick mark and grid line control.
  *   - User selection of what edges to label.
  *   - Automatic choice of coordinate increments.
  *------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

  printf("\nLinear plot with alternative labelling\n");

  if (large) {
    cpgvstd();
  } else {
    cpgvsiz(1.0f, 3.0f, 1.0f, 3.0f);
  }
  cpgwnad(0.0f, 1.0f, 0.0f, 1.0f);

  naxis[0] = 512;
  naxis[1] = 512;

  blc[0] = 0.5;
  blc[1] = 0.5;
  trc[0] = naxis[0] + 0.5;
  trc[1] = naxis[1] + 0.5;

  /* Function types. */
  strncpy(fcode[0], "Lin ", 4);
  strncpy(fcode[1], "Lin ", 4);

  /* Reference pixel coordinates. */
  nldprm[0] = 0.5;
  nldprm[1] = 0.5;

  /* Coordinate increments. */
  nldprm[2] = 0.03;
  nldprm[3] = 0.03;

  /* Reference pixel values. */
  nldprm[4] = 20.0;
  nldprm[5] =  0.0;

  /* Annotation. */
  strcpy(idents[0], "temperature of frog (\\uo\\dC)");
  strcpy(idents[1], "distance hopped (m)");
  strcpy(idents[2], "");

  opt[0] = ' ';
  opt[1] = ' ';

  /* Reduced size lettering. */
  cpgsch(0.8f*scl);

  /* Draw tick marks at the bottom for the first coordinate, grid lines  */
  /* for the second.  Setting GCODE[0] = -1 inhibits information being   */
  /* stored for labels on the top edge while GCODE[1] = 2 causes         */
  /* information to be stored for labels on the right edge even if those */
  /* labels are not actually produced.                                   */
  cpgsci(1);
  gcode[0] = -1;
  gcode[1] =  2;
  grid1[0] = 0.0;
  grid2[0] = 0.0;

  /* Set LABCTL = 21 to label the bottom and left edges only. */
  ic = -1;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, 21, 0, c0, gcode, 2.0, 0, grid1, 0, grid2,
    0, pgcrfn_, 8, 2, 4, fcode[0], nliprm, nldprm, 256, &ic, cache, &ierr);

  /* Information for labels on the right edge was stored in the crossing   */
  /* table on the first call to PGSBOX.  We now want to manipulate it to   */
  /* convert metres to feet.  Note that while it's a simple matter to draw */
  /* alternative sets of tick marks on opposite edges of the frame, as     */
  /* with the two temperature scales, we have the slightly more difficult  */
  /* requirement of labelling grid lines with different values at each     */
  /* end.                                                                  */
  for (j = 0; j <= ic; j++) {
    /* Look for entries associated with the right edge of the frame. */
    if (cache[j][0] == 4.0) {
      /* Convert to feet, rounding to the nearest 0.1. */
      cache[j][3] *= 1e3/(25.4*12.0);
      cache[j][3] = floor(cache[j][3]*10.0 + 0.5)/10.0;
    }
  }

  /* Annotation for the right edge. */
  strcpy(idents[0], "");
  strcpy(idents[1], "(feet)");

  /* Set LABCTL = 12000 to label the right edge with the second coordinate */
  /* without redrawing the grid lines. */
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, 12000, 0, c0, gcode, 2.0, 0, grid1, 0,
    grid2, 0, pgcrfn_, 8, 2, 4, fcode[0], nliprm, nldprm, 256, &ic, cache,
    &ierr);

  /* The alternative temperature scale in Fahrenheit is to be constructed */
  /* with a new set of tick marks. */
  nldprm[2] = nldprm[2]*1.8;
  nldprm[4] = nldprm[4]*1.8 + 32.0;

  /* Draw tick marks at the top for the first coordinate, don't redo grid */
  /* lines for the second. */
  gcode[0] = -100;
  gcode[1] = 0;

  /* Annotation for the top edge. */
  strcpy(idents[0], "(\\uo\\dF)");
  strcpy(idents[1], "");

  /* Set LABCTL = 100 to label the top edge; Set IC = -1 to redetermine */
  /* the coordinate extrema. */
  ic = -1;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, 100, 0, c0, gcode, 2.0, 0, grid1, 0, grid2,
    0, pgcrfn_, 8, 2, 4, fcode[0], nliprm, nldprm, 256, &ic, cache, &ierr);

  /* Draw the frame. */
  cpgbox("bc", 0.0f, 0, "bc", 0.0f, 0);

  cpgpage();

  /*--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  * Calendar axes using subroutine PGLBOX.
  *   - Separable (i.e. orthogonal), linear coordinate system.
  *   - Use of PGLBOX for simple linear axis types.
  *   - Automatic choice of what edges to label; results in labelling the
  *     bottom and left sides of the plot.
  *   - Automatic choice of coordinate increments.
  *   - Calendar date axis labelling.
  *   - Single-character annotation on a vertical axis is upright.
  *------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

  printf("\nCalendar axes using subroutine PGLBOX\n");

  cpgswin(51900.0f, 52412.0f, 51900.0f, 57020.0f);

  /* Annotation. */
  strcpy(idents[0], "Date started");
  strcpy(idents[1], "Date finished");
  strcpy(idents[2], "Calendar axes using subroutine PGLBOX");

  opt[0] = 'Y';
  opt[1] = 'Y';

  /* Reduced size lettering. */
  cpgsch(0.7f*scl);

  /* Draw tick marks on each axis. */
  cpgsci(1);
  gcode[0] = 1;
  gcode[1] = 1;
  grid1[0] = 0.0;
  grid2[0] = 0.0;

  ic = -1;
  cpglbox(idents, opt, 0, 0, c0, gcode, 2.0, 0, grid1, 0, grid2, 0, 256, &ic,
    cache, &ierr);

  /* Draw the frame. */
  cpgbox("BC", 0.0f, 0, "BC", 0.0f, 0);

  cpgpage();

  /*--------------------------------------------------------------------------
  * Simple linear axes handled by PGWCSL.
  *   - Separable (i.e. orthogonal), linear coordinate system.
  *   - Automatic choice of what edges to label; results in labelling the
  *     bottom and left sides of the plot.
  *   - Automatic choice of coordinate increments.
  *   - Tick marks and labels at the edges of the frame.
  *   - Single-character annotation on a vertical axis is upright.
  *------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

  printf("\nSimple linear axes handled by pgwcsl()\n");

  naxis[0] = 3;
  naxis[1] = 3;

  blc[0] = 0.5;
  blc[1] = 0.5;
  trc[0] = naxis[0] + 0.5;
  trc[1] = naxis[1] + 0.5;

  status = wcsini(1, 2, &wcs);

  strcpy(wcs.ctype[0], "x");
  strcpy(wcs.ctype[1], "y");

  /* Reference pixel coordinates. */
  wcs.crpix[0] = 2.0;
  wcs.crpix[1] = 2.0;

  /* Coordinate increments. */
  wcs.cdelt[0] = 1.0;
  wcs.cdelt[1] = 1.0;

  /* Spherical coordinate references. */
  wcs.crval[0] = 2.0;
  wcs.crval[1] = 2.0;

  /* Annotation. */
  strcpy(idents[0], "X");
  strcpy(idents[1], "Y");
  strcpy(idents[2], "Simple linear axes handled by pgwcsl()");

  opt[0] = ' ';
  opt[1] = ' ';

  /* Reduced size lettering. */
  cpgsch(0.8f*scl);

  /* Draw full grid lines. */
  cpgsci(1);
  gcode[0] = 1;
  gcode[1] = 1;

  grid1[0] = 0.0;
  grid2[0] = 0.0;

  ic = -1;
  cpgsbox(blc, trc, idents, opt, 0, 0, c0, gcode, 2.0, 0, grid1, 0, grid2,
    0, pgwcsl_, 1, WCSLEN, 1, nlcprm, (int *)(&wcs), nldprm, 256, &ic,
    cache, &ierr);

  /* Draw the frame. */
  cpgbox("BC", 0.0f, 0, "BC", 0.0f, 0);

  cpgpage();

  /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

  wcsfree(&wcs);

  cpgask(0);
  cpgend();

  return 0;
}

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