[Getdp] use of B-field values in a Fortran code: wrong format
m92l29e91 at laposte.net
Sun May 11 17:28:49 CEST 2008
Ok! that's work fine, of course !
Thank you very much,
Bernhard Kubicek a écrit :
> In the linux shell, or using cygwin, you could use sed:
> "cat yourtable.txt | sed 's/ 0 / 0.0 /g' >yournewtable.txt"
> I use somthing simmilar everytime I want to import a floating point text
> file into mathematica, as it is stupid and cannot read "0.07E-1" but
> only "0.07e-1.".
> very nice greetings,
> having a digest deadline on a stupid sunday for IGTE, Graz.
> On Fri, 2008-05-09 at 17:07 +0200, Mireille Gaillard wrote:
>> Good afternoon everybody,
>> I use the values of magnetic field simulated with GetDP, in my own code
>> written in Fortran90 to simulate the trajectory of electrons in a
>> magnetron source. The "Table" format is used for this output:
>> Print[b, OnElementsOf Domain2, File "map-phi_b.pos", Format Table] ;
>> But I found the following problem (which prevent me for now to use this
>> file as an input in my code): all the coordinates and B-field values are
>> of course real except when the value is exactly zero: in this case, it
>> is written "0" as an integer and not 0. or 0.0 as a real.
>> So Fortran code sees a "mixture" of format and can not deal with this.
>> Would anybody have a suggestion to fix this problem (of course it is
>> always possible to write a short code to "rewrite" the B-field values
>> file, but...)?
>> Thank you in advance for comments/help,
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