ftd.i2.v = dp_get_ftd()
This function returns a 16 bit datapool frequency time descriptor
to be used as a "one-shot" FTD. Providing unique psuedo 'one-shot'
FTDs prevents datapool thrashing among multiple tasks repeatedly
accessing one-shot data. The requests built and sent to the front
ends will consist solely of items with this FTD. Most programs
should call this function only once and use that FTD in place of
the one-shot (0) FTD. Repeated calls to this function will return
a unique FTD each time for those tasks utilizing a more complicated
double buffering approach.
This function requires the following include files:
dpreq, dpproc, dpget, dprem, dprall
unsigned short ftd;
ftd = dp_get_ftd();