cvg DEPRECATED

       cvg(value.r4.r, nchars.i2.r, lbuf.i1a.r, istart.i2.r)

	This routine converts a single precision floating point value in the 
	caller's variable 'value' into 'nchars' ASCII characters.  The 
	characters are placed in the user's byte buffer 'lbuf' starting
	at character position 'start' (where first character is 1).  The
	caller's variable 'value' is rounded prior to conversion based on the 
	'nchars' specified.  The number of characters 'nchars' has a range 
	from 2-16 and includes sign and decimal point (if present).  The 
	return buffer is filled with stars (*) to indicate overflow.  The 
	decimal point is positioned so that the maximum number of significant 
	digits will be converted.

       value           single precision floating point value to convert
       nchars          number of ASCII characters to convert
       lbuf            returned ASCII buffer
       istart          starting character position in 'lbuf' (starts at 1)

       This function requires the following include files:

       cnsparam_h, clib_h

       Related functions:

       cvg8, ckcvg, ckcvg8

	C/C++ usage:

	char	lbuf[NUM_CHARS];
	short	nchars = NUM_CHARS;
	short	istart = 1;
	float	value;

	cvg(&value,&nchars,lbuf,&istart);