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   CSPICE_EKGI returns an element of integer data from a
   specified row in a specified column of the set of rows matching
   the previous cspice_ekfind SELECT query.



      selidx   the index for a column of interest satisfying the SELECT 
               clause, the column indices range from 1 to number of 
               columns in the SELECT clause.

               [1,1] = size(selidx); int32 = class(selidx)

      row      the index for a row in the column identified by 'selidx',
               the column indices range from 1 to 'nmrows' where 'nmrows'
               equals the total number of rows satisfying the SELECT clause.

               [1,1] = size(row); int32 = class(row)

      elment   the index for an element of the data at the 'selidx','row' 
               position; a scalar value at 'selidx', 'row' has 'elment' 
               value one.

               [1,1] = size(elment); int32 = class(elment)

   the call:

      [ idata, null, found] = cspice_ekgi( selidx, row, elment )


      idata    the value of the requested element at data location 
               'selidx', 'row', 'elment'.

               [1,1] = size(idata); int32 = class(idata)

      null     a boolean indicating if 'idata' has a null value.

               [1,1] = size(null); logical = class(null)

      found    a boolean indicating whether the specified value at 
               'selidx', 'row', 'elment' was found.

               [1,1] = size(found); logical = class(found)


   Any numerical results shown for this example may differ between
   platforms as the results depend on the SPICE kernels used as input
   and the machine specific arithmetic implementation.

      % Assign an EK file to load..
      EK = 'test_file.ek';

      % Load the EK.
      cspice_furnsh( EK )

      % Assume the file test_file.ek contains the table 'scalar_2',
      % and that "scalar_2' has the column named 'i_col_1' of integer
      % values.
      % Define a set of constraints to perform a query on all
      % loaded EK files (the SELECT clause). In this case select
      % the column "i_col_1" from table "scalar_2."
      query = 'Select i_col_1 from scalar_2 order by row_no';

      % Query the EK system for data rows matching the
      % SELECT constraints.
      [ nmrows, ok, errmsg ] = cspice_ekfind( query );

      % Check whether an error occurred while processing the
      % SELECT clause. If so, output the error message.
      if ( ok )
         printf( 'SELECT clause error: %s\n', errmsg );

      % Loop over each row found matching the query.
      for rowno = 1:nmrows

         % Fetch the integer data. We know the query returned
         % one column and the column contains only scalar data,
         % so the index of all elements is 1.
         selidx = 1;
         eltidx = 1;

         % Use cspice_ekgi to retrieve the value from
         % row/column position.
         [ idata, isnull, found ] = cspice_ekgi( selidx, ...
                                                 rowno,  ...
                                                 eltidx );

         % Output the value, if non-null data exist at the
         % requested position.
         if  ~isnull
            fprintf( 'Integer data: %d\n', idata );


      % Clear the kernel pool and database. Note, you don't normally
      % unload an EK after a query, rather at the end of a program.

   MATLAB outputs:

      Integer data: 2000001
      Integer data: 2000002
      Integer data: 2000003
      Integer data: 2000004
      Integer data: 2000005
      Integer data: 2000006
      Integer data: 2000007
      Integer data: 2000008
      Integer data: 2000009
      Integer data: 2000010
      Integer data: 2000011
      Integer data: 2000012
      Integer data: 2000013
      Integer data: 2000014
      Integer data: 2000015
      Integer data: 2000016
      Integer data: 2000017
      Integer data: 2000018
      Integer data: 2000019
      Integer data: 2000020


   Suppose a SELECT clause return data consisting of three columns (N=3)
   and four rows (M=4):

              col 1    col 2    col 3

      row 1   val_11   val_12   val_13
      row 2   val_21   val_22   val_23
      row 3   val_31   val_32   val_33
      row 4   val_41   val_42   val_43

   with "col 2" and "col 3" containing scalar integer data and "val_42"
   containing a vector of K integers.

   Retrieving the data elements depends on the values for the index set
   "selidx," "row," and "elment."

   Use the set

      'selidx' = 2, 'row' = 3, 'elment' = 1

   to fetch scalar "val_32."

   Use the set

      'selidx' = 3, 'row' = 4, 'elment' = 1

   to fetch scalar "val_43."

   Use the set

      'selidx' = 2, 'row' = 4, 'elment' = K

   to fetch the final element of vector "val_42"

   'elment' is allowed to exceed the number of elements in the column
   entry; if it does, 'found' returns as false.  This allows the caller
   to read data from the column entry in a loop without checking the
   number of available elements first.

Required Reading

   For important details concerning this module's function, please refer to
   the CSPICE routine ekgi_c.



   -Mice Version 1.2.1, 03-NOV-2014, EDW (JPL)

       Edited I/O section to conform to NAIF standard for Mice documentation.

   -Mice Version 1.2.0, 10-MAY-2011, EDW (JPL)

      "logical" call replaced with "zzmice_logical."

   -Mice Version 1.0.0, 10-APR-2010, EDW (JPL)


   fetch element from integer column entry

Wed Apr  5 18:00:31 2017