void ektnam_c ( SpiceInt n,
SpiceChar * table )
Return the name of a specified, loaded table.
Variable I/O Description
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n I Index of table.
lenout I Maximum table name length.
table O Name of table.
n is the index of the table whose name is desired.
The value of n ranges from 0 to one less than the
number of loaded tables.
lenout is the maximum allowed table name length, including
space for the terminating null character. Normally
the caller should allow enough room for
SPICE_EK_TSTRLN characters; this parameter is
declared in the header SpiceEK.h.
table is the name of the nth loaded table. If table
is too small to accommodate the name, the name will
be truncated on the right.
1) If this routine is called when no files are loaded, the
error SPICE(NOLOADEDFILES) is signaled.
2) If the input n is out of range, the error SPICE(INVALDINDEX)
3) If the output string pointer is null, the error SPICE(NULLPOINTER)
4) If the output string has length less than two characters, it
is too short to contain one character of output data plus a null
terminator, so it cannot be passed to the underlying Fortran
routine. In this event, the error SPICE(STRINGTOOSHORT) is
5) If the length of table (indicated by lenout) is at least two
characters but not large enough to contain the output string,
the output string will be truncated on the right.
The returned name is based on the currently loaded EK files.
This routine is a utility that provides the caller with the
name of a specified loaded table. The index of a table with
a given name depends on the kernels loaded and possibly on
the order in which the files have been loaded.
1) Dump the names of the loaded tables.
ekntab_c ( &n );
for ( i = 0; i < n; i++ )
ektnam_c ( i, table );
printf ( "%s\n", table );
N.J. Bachman (JPL)
-CSPICE Version 1.0.1, 26-MAR-2003 (NJB)
Fixed description of exception (5): replaced "lenout-1"
with "lenout." Removed spurious word "clock" from string
-CSPICE Version 1.0.0, 07-JAN-2002 (NJB)
return name of a loaded table