cxOutputConnectsGet - return the number of connections from a particular output port
#include <cx/PortAccess.h>

int cxOutputConnectsGet(int port)
integer function cxOutputConnectsGet(port)
integer port
The descriptor for the output port to examine.
The return value is an integer count of the number of connections, zero if there are none. cxOutputConnectsGet returns a negative value if the port parameter value is bad. cxOutputConnectsGet returns an integer denoting the count of connection present on any particular output port. This routine is most useful in determining whether there are zero or a non-zero number of connections to an output port, rather than determining the precise number. In general, however, modules should not change their behavior based on the connectedness of their output ports.
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