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  WCSLIB 4.8 - an implementation of the FITS WCS standard.
  Copyright (C) 1995-2011, Mark Calabretta

  This file is part of WCSLIB.

  WCSLIB 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)
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  Correspondence concerning WCSLIB 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

  Author: Mark Calabretta, Australia Telescope National Facility
  $Id: wcsprintf.h,v 2011/08/15 08:07:06 cal103 Exp cal103 $
* WCSLIB 4.8 - C routines that implement the FITS World Coordinate System
* (WCS) standard.
* Summary of the wcsprintf routines
* ---------------------------------
* These routines allow diagnostic output from celprt(), linprt(), prjprt(),
* spcprt(), tabprt(), wcsprt(), and wcserr_prt() to be redirected to a file or
* captured in a string buffer.  Those routines all use wcsprintf() for output.
* wcsprintf() - Print function used by WCSLIB diagnostic routines
* ---------------------------------------------------------------
* wcsprintf() is used by the celprt(), linprt(), prjprt(), spcprt(), tabprt(),
* wcsprt(), and wcserr_prt() routines.  Its output may be redirected to a file
* or string buffer via wcsprintf_set().  By default output goes to stdout.
* Given:
*   format    char*     Format string, passed to one of the printf(3) family
*                       of stdio library functions.
*   ...       mixed     Argument list matching format, as per printf(3).
* Function return value:
*             int       Number of bytes written.
* wcsprintf_set() - Set output disposition for wcsprintf()
* --------------------------------------------------------
* wcsprintf_set() sets the output disposition for wcsprintf() which is used by
* the celprt(), linprt(), prjprt(), spcprt(), tabprt(), wcsprt(), and
* wcserr_prt() routines.
* Output goes to stdout by default if wcsprintf_set() has not been called.
* Given:
*   wcsout    FILE*     Pointer to an output stream that has been opened for
*                       writing, e.g. by the fopen() stdio library function,
*                       or one of the predefined stdio output streams - stdout
*                       and stderr.  If zero (NULL), output is written to an
*                       internally-allocated string buffer, the address of
*                       which may be obtained by wcsprintf_buf().
* Function return value:
*             int       Status return value:
*                         0: Success.
* wcsprintf_buf() - Get the address of the internal string buffer
* ---------------------------------------------------------------
* wcsprintf_buf() returns the address of the internal string buffer created
* when wcsprintf_set() is invoked with its FILE* argument set to zero.
* Function return value:
*             const char *
*                       Address of the internal string buffer.  The user may
*                       free this buffer by calling wcsprintf_set() with a
*                       valid FILE*, e.g. stdout.  The free() stdlib library
*                       function must NOT be invoked on this const pointer.
* WCSPRINTF_PTR() macro - Print addresses in a consistent way
* -----------------------------------------------------------
* WCSPRINTF_PTR() is a preprocessor macro used to print addresses in a
* consistent way.
* On some systems the "%p" format descriptor renders a NULL pointer as the
* string "0x0".  On others, however, it produces "0" or even "(nil)".  On
* some systems a non-zero address is prefixed with "0x", on others, not.
* The WCSPRINTF_PTR() macro ensures that a NULL pointer is always rendered as
* "0x0" and that non-zero addresses are prefixed with "0x" thus providing
* consistency, for example, for comparing the output of test programs.


#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {

#define WCSPRINTF_PTR(str1, ptr, str2) \
  if (ptr) { \
    wcsprintf("%s%#lx%s", (str1), (unsigned long)(ptr), (str2)); \
  } else { \
    wcsprintf("%s0x0%s", (str1), (str2)); \

int wcsprintf_set(FILE *wcsout);
int wcsprintf(const char *format, ...);
const char *wcsprintf_buf(void);

#ifdef __cplusplus


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