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MGH_SUBSET2

MGH_SUBSET2

## Purpose

Given a polygonal region (defined by a list of vertices in X & Y) and
a curvilinear grid (defined by 2-D position arrays X & Y), this
function returns the range of indices for the grid lines that intersect
the region

## Calling Sequence

result = mgh_subset2(x, y, xp, yp)
result = mgh_subset2(x, y, xyp)

## Positional Parameters

x, y (input, numeric 2-D array
X, Y position(s) defining the polygon. Interpretation
depends on the setting of the RECTANGLE keyword.
xp, yp (input, numeric vector)
xyp (input, numeric array)
The polygon vertices as 2 separate vectors (xp, yp) OR a single
[2,n] array. Note that polygon vectors for the perimeter of
a rectangular region can be constructed with the MGH_PERIM function.

## Keyword Parameters

EMPTY (output, logical scalar)
Set this keyword to a named variable to return a logical value
indicating whether the range is empty. If the EMPTY parameter
is not present, and the range is actually empty, then an error
message is issued.
HALO (input, scalar integer)
Set this keyword to specify the number of extra rows and columns (if
available) to be included in the output range.

## Return Value

The function returns a 4-element integer vector representing the range
of indices in the 1st dimension then the second dimension.
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Licensed under the MIT open source license:
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## Modification History

Mark Hadfield, 2009-09:
Written.

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