|VtkFlags (const double time=std::numeric_limits< double >::min(), const unsigned int cycle=std::numeric_limits< unsigned int >::min())|
|void||parse_parameters (const ParameterHandler &prm) const|
|std::size_t||memory_consumption () const|
|static void||declare_parameters (ParameterHandler &prm)|
Flags controlling the details of output in VTK format.
|DataOutBase::VtkFlags::VtkFlags||(||const double||time =
|const unsigned int||cycle =
Declare the flags with name and type as offered by this class, for use in input files.
Unlike the flags in many of the other classes similar to this one, we do not actually declare parameters for the cycle and time member variables of this class. The reason is that there wouldn't appear to be a case where one would want to declare these parameters in an input file. Rather, these are typically values that change during the course of a simulation and can only reasonably be set as part of the execution of a program, rather than a priori by a user who runs this program.
|void DataOutBase::VtkFlags::parse_parameters||(||const ParameterHandler &||prm||)||const|
Read the parameters declared in
declare_parameters and set the flags for this output format accordingly.
The flags thus obtained overwrite all previous contents of this object.
Determine an estimate for the memory consumption (in bytes) of this object. Since sometimes the size of objects can not be determined exactly (for example: what is the memory consumption of an STL
std::map type with a certain number of elements?), this is only an estimate. however often quite close to the true value.
The time of the time step if this file is part of a time dependent simulation.
The value of this variable is written into the output file according to the instructions provided in http://www.visitusers.org/index.php?title=Time_and_Cycle_in_VTK_files unless it is at its default value of std::numeric_limits<double>::min().
|unsigned int DataOutBase::VtkFlags::cycle|
The number of the time step if this file is part of a time dependent simulation, or the cycle within a nonlinear or other iteration.
The value of this variable is written into the output file according to the instructions provided in http://www.visitusers.org/index.php?title=Time_and_Cycle_in_VTK_files unless it is at its default value of std::numeric_limits<unsigned int>::min().