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Old   May 31, 2011, 08:53
Default How can I access THREAD_NAME(t)?
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In UDF, how can I access THREAD_NAME(t)?

I can access THERAD_ID(t) by using a integer variable.
for example,

int ID = THREAD_ID(t);

But, if i utilize THREAD_NAME(t) like

char *zone_name = THREAD_NAME(t);
printf("%s", zone_name);

I only have a massage "(null)", even though it is compiled.

It will be good for me, if i can get zone name.
please.
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Hi
In UDF, how can I access THREAD_NAME(t)?

I can access THERAD_ID(t) by using a integer variable.
for example,

int ID = THREAD_ID(t);

But, if i utilize THREAD_NAME(t) like

char *zone_name = THREAD_NAME(t);
printf("%s", zone_name);

I only have a massage "(null)", even though it is compiled.

It will be good for me, if i can get zone name.
please.
You can't access thread name using THREAD_NAME in Fluent6.3. However, the macro is valid in Fluent 12.1. If you use fluent 6.3, you must use scheme technology to access thread name.
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