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    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - COMPUTER GRAPHICS - INTERFACING TECHNIQUES FOR DIALOGUES WITH GRAPHICAL DEVICES (CGI) - LANGUAGE BINDINGS - PART 3: ADA

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-2005

    Publisher:  Information Technology Industry Council

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    Foreword
    Introduction
    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 Principles
      3.1 Conformance
      3.2 Implications of the language
    4 Tables
      4.1 Abbreviations used in the Ada language binding
      4.2 Abbreviation policy in construction of identifiers
      4.3 CGI function names
    5 CGI configuration values
    6 Type definitions
      6.1 Array index ranging
      6.2 Representation of CGI basic data types
      6.3 Representation of CGI strings
      6.4 Representation of CGI data records
      6.5 Representation of CGI abstract data types
      6.6 Representation of CGI enumerated data types
      6.7 CGI Ada record types
      6.8 CGI Ada subtypes
      6.9 CGI Ada array types
      6.10 CGI Ada access types
      6.11 CGI exceptions
    7 CGI/Ada functions
      7.1 Part 2 control functions
      7.2 Part 3 output functions
      7.3 Part 4 segment functions
      7.4 Part 5 input functions
      7.5 Part 6 raster functions
      7.6 Binding defined utility functions
    Annex A
          A.1 Package specification CGI_CONFIG
          A.2 Package specification CGI_TYPES
          A.3 Package specification CGI_DATA_RECORD_UTILS
          A.4 Package specification CGI
          A.5 Package specification CGI_PROFILE_ID_CONST
          A.6 Package specification CGI_FUNCTION_ID_CONST
          A.7 Package specification CGI_REGISTRATION_CONST
          A.8 Package specification CGI_ERROR_CONST
          A.9 Package specification CGI_STRING_UTILS
          A.10 Package specification CGI_ERROR_HANDLING_UTILS
          A.11 Package specification CGI_PACKING_UTILS
    Annex B
          B.1 Example Program 1: Star
          B.2 Example Program 2: Name Object
          B.3 Example Program 3: Text
          B.4 Example Program 4: Load CGI Database
          B.4 Example Program 5: Event Queue Pkg
    Annex C
    Annex D
    Annex E

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    Describes a language independent standard interface between device-independent and device-dependent parts of a graphics system. For integration into a programming language, CGI is embedded in a language dependent layer obeying the particular conventions of that language.

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    Document Type Standard
    Product Note Reconfirmed 2005
    Publisher Information Technology Industry Council
    Status Current

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    ISO/IEC 9637-2:1992 Information technology Computer graphics Interfacing techniques for dialogues with graphical devices (CGI) Data stream binding Part 2: Binary encoding
    ISO/IEC 9637-1:1994 Information technology Computer graphics Interfacing techniques for dialogues with graphical devices (CGI) Data stream binding Part 1: Character encoding
    ISO/IEC 9636-4 : 1991(R2016) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - COMPUTER GRAPHICS - INTERFACING TECHNIQUES FOR DIALOGUES WITH GRAPHICAL DEVICES - FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION - PART 4: SEGMENTS
    ISO/IEC 9636-1 : 1991(R 2016) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - COMPUTER GRAPHICS - INTERFACING TECHNIQUES FOR DIALOGUES WITH GRAPHICAL DEVICES (CGI) - FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION - PART 1: OVERVIEW, PROFILES, AND CONFORMANCE
    ISO/IEC 9636-5:1991 Information technology Computer graphics Interfacing techniques for dialogues with graphical devices (CGI) Functional specification Part 5: Input and echoing
    ISO/IEC 9636-2 : 1991(R2016) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - COMPUTER GRAPHICS - INTERFACING TECHNIQUES FOR DIALOGUES WITH GRAPHICAL DEVICES (CGI) - FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION - PART 2: CONTROL
    ISO/IEC 9636-6:1991 Information technology Computer graphics Interfacing techniques for dialogues with graphical devices (CGI) Functional specification Part 6: Raster
    ISO/IEC 8652:2012 Information technology Programming languages Ada
    ISO/IEC 9636-3 : 1991(R2016) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - COMPUTER GRAPHICS - INTERFACING TECHNIQUES FOR DIALOGUES WITH GRAPHICAL DEVICES (CGI) - FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION - PART 3: OUTPUT
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