This chapter describes the ``Standard Interfaces'' to the basic MIDAS data structures MIDAS data structures which are needed in an application program in order to execute within the MIDAS environment.
The routines consist of a name of six characters (all capital
letters), where the first two characters are either ST for FORTRAN 77 or SC for the C language. The next character
indicates the data structure the function it accesses or the subsytem
it operates on.
Currently these are:
Below and in the same order we give a general description and explanation of the various interfaces. Refer to Appendix for the detailed calling sequence of each routine mentioned below. Appendix contains two parts: first, all C routines, grouped by functions, are listed and then follow all FORTRAN routines.