HPL_abort halts execution.


#include "hpl.h"

void HPL_abort( int LINE, const char * SRNAME, const char * FORM, ... );


HPL_abort displays an error message on stderr and halts execution.


LINE    (local input)                 int
        On entry,  LINE  specifies the line  number in the file where
        the  error  has  occured.  When  LINE  is not a positive line
        number, it is ignored.
SRNAME  (local input)                 const char *
        On entry, SRNAME  should  be the name of the routine  calling
        this error handler.
FORM    (local input)                 const char *
        On entry, FORM specifies the format, i.e., how the subsequent
        arguments are converted for output.
        (local input)                 ...
        On entry,  ...  is the list of arguments to be printed within
        the format string.


#include "hpl.h"

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
   HPL_abort( __LINE__, __FILE__, "Halt.\n" );
   exit(0); return(0);

See Also

HPL_fprintf, HPL_warn.