acl_file_stats_c

	status.i4.v = acl_file_stats_c(file_name.i1a.r, file_type.i4.v,
				       num_lines.u4.r, total_chars.u4.r,
				       longest_length.i4.r, longest_line.i4.r,
				       [,options.u4.v])

	This routine returns the statistics concerning an
	Accelerator Command Language (ACL) script file.
	A value of NULL can be passed for any of the returned
	arguments whose values are not needed.

	file_name	null terminated file name
	file_type	type of file
			(ACL_FLAT_FILE -> ASCII text file,
			 ACL_DB_FILE -> "file_name" should be the database
					table name from ACL_DB_TABLE)
	num_lines	returned number of lines
	total_chars	returned total number of characters
	longest_length	returned longest line length
	longest_line	returned line number of the longest line
	[options]	read options
			(ACL_OPT_NONE -> no options selected,
			 ACL_OPT_DONT_CLOSE -> leave database connection
					       open upon exit (close later
					       with 'db_close'))

	This function returns ACNET status values as follows:

	CLIB_OK			success
	CLIB_MEMFAIL		failed in allocating dynamic memory
	CLIB_NOTOPN		failed to open file
	CLIB_INVSIZ		command line too long
	otherwise		other ACNET format error code

	This function requires the following include files:

	acl_h, acnet_errors.h

	Related functions:

	intro_acl, acl_file_read_c, acl_file_write_c, acl_file_execute,
	acl_execute_c, acl_compile_c, acl_free_c, acl_read_symbol_c,
	acl_read_symbol_info_c, acl_read_symbol_names, acl_delete_symbol,
	acl_info_c, acl_cancel_requests_c, acl_set_symbol_c,
	acl_default_data_source_c, acl_log_file_c, acl_default_script_path_c,
	db_close, acl_script_is_executing, acl_register_host_request_func,
	acl_unregister_host_request_func, acl_translate_command_string,
	acl_file_read_description_c, acl_search_db_files_c

	C/C++ usage:

	static const char	file_name[] = "acl_file.acl";
	int	status;
	int	file_type = ACL_FLAT_FILE;
	int	longest_length;
	int	longest_line_number;
	unsigned int	num_lines;
	unsigned int	total_chars;
	unsigned int	options = ACL_OPT_NONE;

	status = acl_file_stats_c(file_name,file_type,&num_lines,&total_chars,
				  &longest_length,&longest_line_number,options);