acl_read_intrinsic_symbol_names

	status.i4.v = acl_read_intrinsic_symbol_names(symbol_names.i1p.r,
						      num_symbols.i4.r
						      [,options.u4.v])

	This routine reads the the list of symbol names automatically
	created by the Accelerator Command Language (ACL) itself.
	These symbol values still  exist after the ACL file has finished
	executing to determine reading or status values resulting from
	the execution.

	symbol_names	returned array of null terminated symbol names
			(ACL_SYMBOL_NAME_LEN + 1 characters per entry)
			(This memory is allocated by this routine and
			 should not be freed by the caller.)
	num_symbols	returned number of symbols
	[options]	read symbol name options
			(ACL_OPT_NONE -> no options selected (default))

	This function returns ACNET status values as follows:

	OK			success
	CLIB_MEMFAIL		dynamic memory allocation failure

	This function requires the following include files:

	ul_acl_h:acl_h, acnet_errors_h

	Related functions:

	intro_acl, acl_read_symbol_names, acl_script_has_symbol_list_c,
	acl_read_symbol_info_c, acl_read_symbol_dynamic_info_c,
	acl_read_symbol_c, acl_read_symbol_as_string_c, acl_set_symbol_c,
	acl_delete_symbol, acl_reinit_symbol, acl_parse_symbol_name,
	acl_execute_c, acl_file_execute_c, acl_compile_c, acl_free_c,
	acl_free_arg_info_c, acl_file_read_c, acl_file_write_c,
	acl_file_exists_c, acl_db_file_exists_c, acl_info_c,
	acl_cancel_requests_c, acl_default_data_source_c, acl_log_file_c,
	acl_default_script_path_c, acl_script_is_executing,
	acl_register_host_request_func, acl_unregister_host_request_func,
	acl_translate_command_string, acl_file_read_description_c,
	acl_file_read_author_c, acl_file_read_title_c, acl_search_db_files_c,
	acl_script_argument_info_c, acl_script_has_setting_c,
	acl_file_is_in_repository_c, acl_parse_script_argument_string_c,
	acl_expand_file_name_c, acl_get_user_execution_privilege,
	acl_get_user_db_edit_permission

	C/C++ usage:

	char	*symbol_names;
	int	status;
	int	num_symbols;
	unsigned int	options = ACL_OPT_NONE;

	status = acl_read_intrinsic_symbol_names(&symbol_names,&symbol_names,
						 options);