Command Manual (LIST)

LIST

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Purpose           

To list various kinds of environmental information and data on the screen.  Command "list" requires at least 1 parameter, and the first parameter is to tell Noobeed, what type of information being listed on the screen.

The following is a list of available list options.  Click on each individual to see more details.

LIST CFUN to list class function
LIST CLASS to list class name
LIST COLORMAP to list color map name
LIST COMMAND to list command
LIST DATUM to list datum
LIST ELLIPSOID to list ellipsoid
LIST GFUN to list global function
LIST HIST to list history
LIST LFUN to list L-function of class
LIST PRG to list content of program
LIST PROJECTION to list projection
LIST SET to list values of setting environment variable
LIST VAR to list variable

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LIST CFUN

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Purpose           

To list class functions of a particular class on the screen.  

Where

Mode Yes/No
at the interactive prompt Yes
inside a program Yes

Usage

LIST CFUN {String}para1

para1   = class name

Example:

Example 1 Example 2
list cfun "Matrix"

 

cl = "Image"

list cfun cl

See also

list lfun

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LIST CLASS

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Purpose           

To list all class names on the screen.  

Where

Mode Yes/No
at the interactive prompt Yes
inside a program Yes

Usage

LIST CLASS

Example:

->list class

AT_2D
AT_3D
AT_BD
BOOL
CAMERA
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VECXYPLINE


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See also

list command

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LIST COLORMAP

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Purpose           

To list all built-in color map names on the screen.  

Where

Mode Yes/No
at the interactive prompt Yes
inside a program Yes

Usage

LIST COLORMAP

Example:

->list colormap

available colormaps are: RGB HOT WARM COOL GRAY RED YELLOW GREEN CYAN BLUE MAGENTA

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See also

 

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LIST COMMAND

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Purpose           

To list all Noobeed commands on the screen.  

Where

Mode Yes/No
at the interactive prompt Yes
inside a program Yes

Usage

LIST COMMAND

Example:

->list command
BREAK
CALL
CLEAR
CONTINUE
ELSE
END
EXIT
FLIST
FOR
FPRINT
FUNCTION
IF
INPUT
LIST
LOAD
LOADVAR
PRINT
RESUME
RETURN
RUN
SAVE
SET
STOP
WHILE


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See also

list gfun

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LIST DATUM

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Purpose           

To list all available geodetic datum in Noobeed's database on the screen.  

Where

Mode Yes/No
at the interactive prompt Yes
inside a program Yes

Usage

LIST DATUM

Example:

->list datum
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Datum

datum name : WGS84
ellipsoid : WGS84
semi-major axis (a) : 6378137.00000
flattening (f) : 0.003352810664747

Datum shift X : 0.00000
shift Y : 0.00000
shift Z : 0.00000


Datum

datum name : ZANDERIJ
ellipsoid : INTERNATIONAL
semi-major axis (a) : 6378388.00000
flattening (f) : 0.003367003367003

Datum shift X : -265.00000
shift Y : 120.00000
shift Z : -358.00000


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See also

list ellipsoid

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LIST ELLIPSOID

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Purpose           

To list all available ellipsoids in Noobeed's database on the screen.  

Where

Mode Yes/No
at the interactive prompt Yes
inside a program Yes

Usage

LIST ELLIPSOID

Example:

->list ellipsoid
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Ellipsoid

name : WGS72
semi-major axis (a) : 6378135.00000
1/flattening (1/f) : 298.2600000000

Datum name : not_specified
Datum shift Cx : 0.00000
Cy : 0.00000
Cz : 0.00000

Ellipsoid

name : WGS84
semi-major axis (a) : 6378137.00000
1/flattening (1/f) : 298.2572235630

Datum name : not_specified
Datum shift Cx : 0.00000
Cy : 0.00000
Cz : 0.00000
 

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See also

list ellipsoid

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LIST GFUN

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Purpose           

To list all Noobeed global functions on the screen.  

Where

Mode Yes/No
at the interactive prompt Yes
inside a program Yes

Usage

LIST GFUN

Example:

->list gfun
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DOUBLE      TAN            (DOUBLE     ) no def argm = 0
DOUBLE      TANH           (DOUBLE     ) no def argm = 0
VOID        TIF2MATRIX     (STRING     STRING     ) no def argm = 0
DOUBLE      TIME           () no def argm = 0
UCHAR       UCHAR          (DOUBLE     ) no def argm = 1
VEC3DPLINE  VEC3DPLINE     (INT        ) no def argm = 1
VECIDINDX   VECIDINDX      (INT        ) no def argm = 1
VECIDPT1D   VECIDPT1D      (INT        ) no def argm = 1
VECIDPT2D   VECIDPT2D      (INT        ) no def argm = 1
VECIDPT3D   VECIDPT3D      (INT        ) no def argm = 1
VECINDX     VECINDX        (INT        ) no def argm = 1
VECINT      VECINT         (INT        ) no def argm = 1
VECPT2D     VECPT2D        (INT        ) no def argm = 1
VECPT3D     VECPT3D        (INT        ) no def argm = 1
VECRCPLINE  VECRCPLINE     (INT        ) no def argm = 1
VECSTR      VECSTR         (INT        ) no def argm = 1
VECTOR      VECTOR         (INT        ) no def argm = 1
VECXYPLINE  VECXYPLINE     (INT        ) no def argm = 1


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See also

list cfun, list lfun

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LIST HIST

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Purpose           

To list all history, commands previously typed at the prompt, on the screen .  Noobeed can remember only the last 50 already-typed commands.

Where

Mode Yes/No
at the interactive prompt Yes
inside a program Yes

Usage

LIST HIST

Example:

->a = 3
->b = 4
->c = a+b
->print c
7.00000
->list hist

Vector size : 50

a = 3
b = 4
c = a+b
print c
list hist

 

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See also

list prg

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LIST LFUN

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Purpose           

To list L-functions of a particular class on the screen.  

Where

Mode Yes/No
at the interactive prompt Yes
inside a program Yes

Usage

LIST LFUN {String}para1

para1   = class name

Example:

Example 1 Example 2
list lfun "Matrix"

 

cl = "Image"

list lfun cl

See also

list cfun

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LIST PRG

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Purpose           

To list content of a program, already loaded into memory.

Where

Mode Yes/No
at the interactive prompt Yes
inside a program Yes

Usage

LIST PRG

Example:

->list prg

 

See also

list hist

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LIST PROJECTION

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Purpose           

To list all available supported map projection in Noobeed on the screen.  

Where

Mode Yes/No
at the interactive prompt Yes
inside a program Yes

Usage

LIST PROJECTION

Example:

->list projection


UTM       - Universal Transverse Mercator
TM        - Transverse Mercator
LCC       - Lambert Conformal Conic
STRGPH    - Stereographic
POLSTRGPH - Polar Stereographic
ALBERS    - Albers Equal Area Conic
ORTHGPH   - Orthographic
GNOMONIC  - Gnomonic
MERCATOR  - Mercator
LAEA      - Lambert Azimuthal Equal Area
TOPOCTRC  - Topocentric (Local Coordinate System)
UNPROJ    - Unprojected Longitude and Latitude


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See also

list ellipsoid, list datum

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LIST SET

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Purpose           

To list values of environment control variables on the screen.  

Where

Mode Yes/No
at the interactive prompt Yes
inside a program Yes

Usage

LIST SET

Example:

->list set

FOUT         : RPT.txt
PATH         : d:\
FORMAT       : FIX
PRECISION    : 5
INTP_MODE    : NEAREST
PENCOLOR     : 255   255   255
BLKSIZE      : 64
COLORMAP     : use function getcolormap to get it
PATHPRG      : d:\prg\
PATHFUN      : d:\prg\fun\
RANDMAX      : 1.00000
NULL         : 0.00000
ANGLE        : DEG
WIDTH        : 15
MAX NO PLINE : 100000
NA           : -999.00000
DISTTOL      : 0.00010
ALIGN        : L


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See also

set

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LIST VAR

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Purpose           

To list all existing variables on the screen.  Also list next to the variable names are data type, or class, and index number, which is used internally to keep track all Noobeed variables.

Where

Mode Yes/No
at the interactive prompt Yes
inside a program Yes

Usage

LIST VAR

Example:

->a = 3
->b = 4
->c = a+b
->A = [ 1 2 3; 4 5 6]
->B = A+5
->list var


Name           (Class : Index)

A              (MATRIX : 0)
B              (MATRIX : 1)
a              (DOUBLE : 0)
b              (DOUBLE : 1)
c              (DOUBLE : 2)

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FLIST

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Purpose           

To list various kinds of environmental information and data onto a file.  The file name is that set by command "set fout".  All other details, including list options are exactly the same as those of command "list", except that rather than Noobeed gives output on the screen, it writes out the very same contents in ASCII format on to a file.  The default initial filename is "RPT.txt" in the current working directory.

The following is a list of available flist options.  Click on each individual to see more details.

FLIST CFUN to list class function
FLIST CLASS to list class name
FLIST COLORMAP to list color map name
FLIST COMMAND to list command
FLIST DATUM to list datum
FLIST ELLIPSOID to list ellipsoid
FLIST GFUN to list global function
FLIST HIST to list history
FLIST LFUN to list L-function of class
FLIST PRG to list content of program
FLIST PROJECTION to list projection
FLIST SET to list values of setting environment variable
FLIST VAR to list variable

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