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.TH hdf_obj_top 3 "12 July 2007" "ClearSilver" "util/neo_hdf.h"

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.SH NAME
hdf_obj_top  - Return the pointer to the top dataset node
.SH SYNOPSIS
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#include <util/neo_hdf.h>
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HDF* hdf_obj_top (HDF *hdf);

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.SH ARGUMENTS
hdf -> the hdf dataset node

.SH DESCRIPTION
hdf_obj_top is an accessor function which returns a
pointer to the top of the dataset, the node which was
returned by hdf_init.  This is most useful for
implementations of language wrappers where individual
nodes are tied garbage colletion wise to the top node of
the data set

.SH "RETURN VALUE"
None

.SH "SEE ALSO"
.BR hdf_set_symlink "(3), "hdf_get_valuef "(3), "compareFunc) "(3), "hdf_dump_str "(3), "hdf_get_int_value "(3), "hdf_read_string_ignore "(3), "hdf_copy "(3), "hdf_get_node "(3), "hdf_set_value "(3), "hdf_obj_child "(3), "hdf_read_string "(3), "hdf_set_buf "(3), "hdf_register_fileload "(3), "hdf_get_obj "(3), "hdf_get_attr "(3), "hdf_obj_top "(3), "hdf_dump_format "(3), "hdf_destroy "(3), "hdf_init "(3), "hdf_obj_value "(3), "hdf_write_string "(3), "hdf_set_valuevf "(3), "hdf_sort_obj "(3), "hdf_write_file_atomic "(3), "hdf_obj_attr "(3), "hdf_set_valuef "(3), "hdf_get_copy "(3), "hdf_write_file "(3), "hdf_get_valuevf "(3), "hdf_set_int_value "(3), "hdf_dump "(3), "hdf_get_value "(3), "hdf_set_copy "(3), "hdf_obj_next "(3), "hdf_search_path "(3), "hdf_obj_name "(3), "hdf_set_attr "(3), "hdf_get_child "(3), "hdf_remove_tree