Unlock an NDF so it can then be locked by another thread


This function unlocks the supplied NDF (both the supplied identifier and the associated base NDF) so that another thread can then lock it for its own use using function ndfLock. After calling this function, an error will be reported if an attempt is made to access the NDF in any way, either through the supplied identifier or any other identifier that refers to the same base NDF. There are however two exceptions to this rule:


void ndfUnlock( int indf, int status )


Parameters :

NDF identifier.
The global status.

E.4 Building C Applications

Building C applications which call the NDF_ library differs very little from building Fortran applications and is covered in §24.