dio_set_device(_c)

	status.i4.v = dio_set_device_c(device_index.i4.v, value.r8a.r
				       [,length.i4.v] [,offset.i4.v]
				       [,no_queue.i4.v])

	This routine sets a device to a specified value (in engineering units).
	Do not use this routine for table devices (ramp cards, etc).
	Use the routine td_set_one(_c) instead.  If "device_index" is an
	array device, the routine dio_set_array_device_c should be used.
	If you are setting data for several devices, it's better to use
	dio_bld_set(_c) and then dio_set_lst or dio_set_device_list_c.
	
	device_index	device index
	value		scaled setting value.  The length and offset
			must be with respect to the raw data though
			because of the possibility of structured
			(non-array) data.
	[length]	raw data length in bytes
			(default (0) is database minimum size)
	[offset]	raw data offset in bytes (default (0) is 0 bytes)
	[no_queue]	queueing information
			(DIO_WAIT_FOR_SET -> make setting now and wait
					     for reply (default),
			 DIO_NO_WAIT_SET -> make setting now and don't wait
					    for reply from the destination
					    front end)

	This function returns ACNET status values as follows:

	OK			success
	DIO_SETDIS		DIO settings are disabled
	DIO_BADARG		invalid number of arguments or invalid
				queueing type passed
	DIO_SCALEFAIL		no scaling information available
	negative value		other ACNET format error

	This function requires the following include files:

	diolib_h, acnet_errors_h

	Related functions:

	dio_set_dev(_c), dio_can_set(_c), dio_set_raw(_c), dio_set_lst,
	dio_set_device_list_c, dio_get_dev(_c), td_set_one(_c),
	dio_set_array_device_c, dio_set_array_device_double_c

	C/C++ usage:

	int	status;
	int	device_index = 14430;
	int	length = 0;
	int	offset = 0;
	int	no_queue = DIO_WAIT_FOR_SET;
	double	value = 1.0;

	status = dio_set_device_c(device_index,&value,length,offset,no_queue);