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       CLOG_cput  -   move  a  log record from one of the input buffers to the


       void CLOG_cput( ptr )
       double **ptr;
       This function moves records from one of the three buffers being  merged
       into  the  output buffer.  When the output buffer is filled, it is sent
       to the parent.  A separate output routine handles output on  the  root.
       If   the  input  buffer  is  emptied  (endblock  record  is  read)  and
       corresponds to a child, a new buffer is received from the child.   When
       an  endlog record is read on the input buffer, the number of sources is
       decremented and the time is set to positive infinity so that the  empty
       input source will never have the lowest time.

       At  entry  we assume that *p is pointing to a log record that is not an
       end-of-block record, and that outbuf is pointing to a buffer  that  has
       room  in it for the record.  We ensure that these conditions are met on
       exit as well, by sending (or writing, if we are the root) and receiving
       blocks as necessary.

       Input parameters

       pointer to the record to be moved into the output buffer



                                   11/5/2003                      CLOG_cput(4)