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

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.SH NAME
hdf_set_copy \- Copy a value from one location in the
dataset to another
.SH SYNOPSIS
.Ss
#include <util/neo_hdf.h>
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NEOERR* hdf_set_copy (HDF *hdf, const char *dest, const char *src);

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.SH ARGUMENTS
hdf -> the pointer to the dataset node
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dest -> the name of the destination node
.br
src -> the name of the source node

.SH DESCRIPTION
hdf_set_copy first walks the hdf dataset to the named src
node, and then copies that value to the named dest node.
If the src node is not found, an error is raised.

.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